Four leading European universities in mineral engineering, namely Clausthal University of Technology, Montanuniversität Leoben, RWTH Aachen University and TU Bergakademie Freiberg, founded the European Rock Extraction Research Group (EUREG). The objective is to perform collaborative research and develop innovative approaches to rock fragmentation by cutting as well as drilling and blasting,  for the excavation of valuable materials.

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Sensor Technology for Automation in Mining and Tunneling

RWTH takes on Chairposition for EUREG The Institute for Advanced Mining Technologies (AMT) at RWTH Aachen University was selected to chair the European Rock Extraction Research Group. EUREG for short, this group constitutes an informal reserch network currently consisting of four universities: RWTH Aachen University, TU Bergakademie Freiberg, TU Clausthal und Montanuniversität Leoben. The objective … Continue reading Sensor Technology for Automation in Mining and Tunneling

21. Conference on Drilling and Blasting

Following the long tradition, the Institute of Mining organizes the 21st Conference on Drilling and Blasting (21. Kolloquium Bohr- und Sprengtechnik) in January 2019 in the Aula Academica of Clausthal University of Technology. Since 1976, around 300 visitors from the fields of drilling and blasting technology visited Clausthal every two years to exchange views on … Continue reading 21. Conference on Drilling and Blasting

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