Giorgia Stasi is a Geologist specialized in Ore Geology and Geochemistry.
She obtained her MSc in Geology and Technical Geology from the University of Padova, Italy, in 2016, and she is currently enrolled in a PhD program in Applied Geophysics at the University of Liège, Belgium.
Since 2017 she has been working as Geologist at the Geological Survey of Belgium (Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences) with a focus on critical raw materials and technology development. She worked for several H2020 projects related to raw materials, like UNEXMIN (Inventory of Flooded mines in Europe), FRAME, Mintell4EU, and ROBOMINERS.
Currently her research focuses on the development of geophysical techniques for deep mining and robotic autonomous exploration.
She is also involved in geoscience communication and dissemination activities to the public, such as Soapbox Science, Skype a Scientist, and she is the incoming ECS representative (2022-2024) of the ERE division at the EGU.
Raw materials, applied geophysics,
Stasi G., Burlet C., Nguyen F., Vanbrabant Y. (2020) Exploring geophysical properties of Sn-Cu-Pb-Zn deposits at depth using ROBOMINERS’ mid-perception capability. EGU 2020 (online event) EGU2020-13121. https://doi.org/10.5194/egusphere-egu2020-13121
Stasi G., Fernandez I., Vanbrabant Y. (2019) “Exploration of flooded mines as support to the battery industry and the energy transition in Europe”, European Geologist Journal 47. ISNN: 1028-267X
Nimis P., Omenetto P., Stasi G., Canovaro C., Dal Sasso G., Artioli G., Angelini I. (2018) “Lead isotope systematics in ophiolite-associated sulphide deposits from the Western Alps and Northern Apennine (Italy)”, European Journal of Mineralogy, 30 (1): 17-31. https://doi.org/10.1127/ejm/2018/0030-2696
Participation in the Alice in Wonderlab podcast
Interview for the ROBOMINERS project
Selected as speaker for the Soapbox Science 2020 event with the talk “Deep under the Earth’s surface, how Geology impacts everyday life”
Participation in the ENGIE project in 2020: Role Model for the video contest o geoscience for young girls
Presentation of the Inventory of flooded mines in Europe at the UNEXMIN project’s Final Conference in 2019