- Laurent Truche is a professor of geochemistry and geo-resources at University Grenoble Alps and ISTerre laboratoty (Grenoble, France). He works on fluid-rock-gas interactions at elevated temperature and pressure. His research aims to understand redox processes occurring in the Earth’s crust (genesis of ore deposits, sulfur cycle, hydrogen reactivity), and in deep underground engineered structures (nuclear waste repository, hydrogen and CO2 storage). He is particularly interested in hydrogen behavior in deep geological environments. He leads several H2 exploration projects and manages a research group fully dedicated to this endeavor. He uses a multidisciplinary approach that combines field investigations, hydrothermal experiments, in-situ spectroscopy (Raman and XAS), and thermodynamic modeling.
The Gold Hydrogen Fever: Balancing Enthusiasm and Evidence - Chairman: Ema FRERY
11/27/2023 | 15:00 - 15:20 (GMT+08:00) Perth| Live room