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DMT GmbH & Co. KG
Am Technologiepark 1
45307 Essen, Germany

Phone: +49 201 172-01
Fax: +49 201 172-1462
E-mail: dmt-infodmt.de

R&D Projects

DMT is currently involved in the following research and development projects (R&D) in the fields of mining, energy, cokemaking technology, infrastructure and safety.

Research Fund for Coal and Steel (RFCS) Program of the European Commission

Advance Tools for Ventilation and Methane Emmissions Control
Short title: AVENTO
Contact: Rainer Rellecke
Duration: 01.07.2012-30.06.2015

Enhanced Effectiveness and Safety of Rescuers Involved in High Risk Activities by Designing Innovative Rescue Equipment Systems
Short title: INREQ
Contact: Rainer Rellecke
Duration: 01.07.2012-30.06.2015

Complex Mining Exploitation: Optimising Mine Design and Reducing the Impact on Human Environment
Short title: COMEX
Contact: Stephan Peters
Duration: 01.07.2012-30.06.2015

Advancing Mining Support Systems to Enhance the Control of Highly Stressed Ground
Short title: AMSSTED
Contact: Torsten Gorka, Stephan Peters
Duration: 01.07.2013-30.06.2016

Underground Coal Gasification in Operating Mine and Areas of High Vulnerability
Short title: COGAR
Contact: Ralph Schlüter
Duration: 01.07.2013-30.06.2016

Mining Smart Electrical Grids
Short title: M SmartGrid
Contact: Rainer Rellecke
Duration: 01.07.2013-30.06.2016

Management of Mine Water Discharges to Mitigate Environmental Risks for Post-Mining Period
Short title: MANAGER
Contact: Christoph Klinger
Duration: 01.07.2013-30.06.2016

Coal Weathering Study to Predict Oxidation, Improve Coke Properties and Protect Coke Oven Operation
Short title: COWEST
Contact: Drazen Gajic
Duration: 01.07.2013-30.06.2016 

7th Framework Program of the European Commission (FP 7)

I2Mine – Innovative Technologies and Concepts for the Intelligent Deep Mine of the Future
Short title: I2Mine
Contact: Axel Studeny, Rainer Rellecke, Christian Hartmann, Jörg Niese
Duration: 01.11.2011-31.10.2015

Federal Ministry of Education and Research

Joint Project UR IV: CO2RINA; Focus: Migration of Fault Zones – Special GEOTECHNOLOGIES Program
Short title: CO2Rina
Contact: Ralph Schlüter
Duration: 01.09.2011-31.08.2014

Joint Project: WTZ China Yangtze GEO II - Land Use Change, Soil Erosion, Mass Movements, and Diffuse Matter Inputs at the Yangtze River in the Three-Gorges Region; Focus: TP3 - Quantification of Geogenic Structures and Processes by way of Geophysical and Geodetic Monitoring
Short title: Yangtze
Contact: Paul Althaus
Duration: 01.06.2012-31.05.2015

GMES4 Mining: GMES-based Geoservices for Exploration in the Mining Industry, as well as integrated Monitoring for Environmental Protection and Operational Safety
Short title: GMES4 Mining
Contact: Karsten Zimmermann
Duration: 30.12.2011-14.11.2014

Development of a Realisation Concept for the use of Coal-Mining Plants as Underground Pumped Storage Power Stations
Short title: UPAS
Contact: Jens-Peter Lux
Duration: 15.10.2012.-31.07.2014

Joint Project HEATFLOW: Development of a Numerical Model based on the finite Volume Method for Modelling TThermo-hydraulic Processes in Fault-related Geothermal Reservoirs – Subproject A: Focus on Practicality of the Procedure and Application in the Field, Project Coordination 
Short title: HEATFLOW
Contact: Michael Eckart
Duration: 01.04.2013-31.03.2016