IGAG belongs to the “Department of Earth System Sciences and Technologies for the Environment” of the CNR.
The Institute of Environmental Geology and Geoengineering of the National Research Council was born in Rome in 2001 from the merger of five previous institutes operating in various fields of geology, engineering, chemistry and geochemistry, thus realizing the integration of skills typical of the sciences earth, geotechnical and mining engineering and environmental chemistry. The mission of the Institute consists in the study and understanding of geological and natural processes and anthropogenic activities that interact with the environment, activities and human life.
Committee composed by Ilaria Mazzini, Laura Sanna, Daniela Guglietta, Federica Polpetta, Gianluca Norini, Marco Cuffaro.
IGAG public lectures
Among the positive aspects of the delicate period that the research experienced last months there was certainly the development and increase of remote scientific communication activities.
Although the emergency has not yet completely disappeared, IGAG intends to capitalize on the scientific dissemination experience proposed between April and July 2020 and restart with the autumn activities for the dissemination of knowledge by inviting researchers from the Institute and other bodies of researches, Italians and foreigners, to hold Public Lectures on topics related to Earth Sciences, environmental geology and geo-engineering.