Subsurface


The Center for Advanced Subsurface Earth Resource Models (CASERM) is one of the nation’s premier research centers developing fundamental knowledge that transforms the way geoscience data are used in the discovery and mining of critical minerals and metals.
The prestigious program — the oldest continuous graduate fellowship of its kind — provides three years of support for the graduate education of individuals who have demonstrated potential for significant achievements in the STEM disciplines.
At the international competition, teams from the U.S., England and Australia competed head-to-head in seven events inspired by traditional mining techniques: mucking, handsteel, swede saw, trackstand, jack leg, surveying and gold panning.
Why did you choose to come to Mines? What have you enjoyed most about being here? The campus location, community and professors were outstanding for my target degree. The thing I have enjoyed the most
"With access to Frontera, publicly available data from all around the world, and the power of our modeling tools, we've started approaching the continental-scale resolution in our global full wave inversion models," said Ebru Bozdag, assistant professor of geophysics at Mines.
More specifics – and more participation in the burgeoning field of CCUS – are still needed to meet the challenge of climate change, said the director of Colorado School of Mines’ first-of-its-kind online graduate certificate in CCUS.
A licensed professional mining engineer and retired professor of practice, Filas helped develop the Professional Master in Mining Engineering and Management at Colorado School of Mines.
Colorado School of Mines is pleased to announce a partnership agreement with Hitachi High-Tech Canada, Inc. (HTC) that creates a new world-class electron beam analytical facility on the university’s Golden, Colorado campus
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Lesli J. Wood, Weimer Distinguished Chair and Professor of Geology and Geological Engineering at Colorado School of Mines, was recently recognized with two major awards in her field.