We aim to illuminate the dynamic transition zone and its evolution, revealing the processes that shape the interface between magma, rock, and hydrothermal fluids.
KMT-I and KMT-II are our visionary well projects. These wells will provide unprecedented access to magma and its surrounding environment, enabling continuous monitoring and data collection.
In the face of extreme conditions, we pioneer the development and testing of cutting-edge materials, sensors, and technologies, propelling scientific exploration to new frontiers.
Through KMT, we aim to create innovative pathways for harnessing energy from magma. By refining energy extraction techniques, we open the door to a more sustainable energy future
Our experiments will deepen our understanding of how magma and fluids respond to geothermal exploration and utilization, shaping our approach to sustainable resource management.
Controlled experiments of the magma-rock-hydrothermal interface will directly determine the properties of magma and its response to geothermal exploration activity. This will transform our ability to constrain magma dynamics in the Earth.
KMT seeks to revolutionize monitoring techniques, allowing us to identify, locate, and characterize magma bodies with unprecedented precision.
By refining monitoring strategies and ground-truthing the interpretation of monitored datasets, we aim to develop more robust methods to provide more accurate and timely warnings for impending volcanic eruptions
Experimentation & system optimisation