Transnational Access (TA) is the backbone of GEOLAB that will lead to ground-breaking research and innovative solutions to address the challenges faced by the CI.
D02.01 Policy for
D01.06 Minutes of USP
D01.07 Minutes of USP
D02.02 Booklet of Themed Transnational Access Period 1 v1.0
D09.05 3D High Density Spatial Measurements
Transnational Access Activities Projects
GEOLAB Material Properties Database
The documents below contain a comprehensive ‘one-stop’ material properties database developed by the GEOLAB consortium for the typical soils and constitutive models used in the GEOLAB facilities. The said database was developed to support the use and re-use of the quality experimental data from the GEOLAB Transnational Access projects.
For access to the most up to date files on the GEOLAB Material Properties Database, visit the link on Zenodo here
FREE ACCESS TO GEOLAB
Gain access to the GEOLAB research facilities
The GEOLAB Research Infrastructure is open for ground-breaking research and innovation by academic and industry users outside the consortium, the so-called transnational access. The access is funded from the EU project budget and includes technical & scientific support and training of the users.
In total 40 experiments are foreseen in the following rounds of calls for proposals:
- Experiments that proof innovative solutions to enhance the resilience of the Critical Infrastructure (CI) in Europe (opened 9 June 2021; closed 10 October 2021).
- Experiments to study the pressures on CI, e.g., impact of climate change, aging, increased usage, extreme weather events and geo-hazards (opened April 2022, deadline 30 September 2022).
- Experiments to validate advances in numerical modelling and data science leading to a better engineering design (expected to open in April 2023).