The PowerGeoLab has equipment and instrumentation for preparing and characterizing natural and human-made materials as well as conducting a wide range of experiments with a focus on elucidating mineral-water interactions. Research outcomes are contributing towards sustainable development of mineral resources and novel processes for CO2 sequestration. We are grateful for the funding received through the Canada Foundation for Innovation and Ontario Research Fund.
Interested in joining the lab? We're recruiting students for M.Sc. and Ph.D. theses, keen undergraduate students are also welcome!