CGT’s research activities have always been oriented towards innovation and quality. Through technology transfer, these activities allowed CGT to develop a deep relationship with various economic and productive realities. The needs of the productive, industrial and public administration world have stimulated the CGT’s research to always travel on new and avant-garde fields.
The CGT’s research projects mainly concern the following areas:
- Geoarchaeology (archaeological risk, archaeological survey, geophysical surveys, GPS survey, intrasite GIS)
- Geophysics and applied geophysics (geoelectric, seismic, natural radioactivity measurements, georadar)
- Geology for large infrastructures (tunnels, motorway and airport railway infrastructures)
- Environmental geology and remediation of contaminated sites (aquifer vulnerability, contaminant flow)
- Geotechnics and geoengineering (landslide studies, safety measures, foundations)
- Applied and environmental hydrogeology (water resources management, geostatistics, numerical modelling of flow and transport)
- Geothematic survey (geological, geomorphological, geomechanical, geopedological, hydrogeological)
- Geothematic databases (GIS and its diffusion via both the network and printing)
- Sensing technologies (remote sensing, digital photogrammetry, GPS systems, laser scanning)
For info about the main CGT projects, please consult the CGT’s Projects Archive page.
For information on how to participate in CGT activities, visit the Work with us page