e.CENARIS: Ineris's infrastructure dedicated to scientific observation and real-time monitoring of ground and underground risks

e.CENARIS For geotechnical and geological risks related to georesources and geostructures.

e.CENARIS permits to provide research organizations, local authorities, industries, engineering groups, and state agencies with cutting-edge seamless monitoring services to:


Design and set-up new research projects or early warning systems,


Improve and boost current projects with preexisting monitoring systems,


Set up compliant monitoring systems to face emergency situations.

Recent Projects
  • Boliden

    Exploitation du sous-sol profond : signature d'un accord de collaboration avec la société suédoise Boliden

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  • barrage bimont

    At the request of the Société du Canal de Provence, the Institute recently participated in the conduct of a stress measurement campaign on the Bimont arch dam (Saint-Marc-Jaumegarde, 13).

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  • pekin

    Our experts in mission in Beijing to evaluate a new large-scale observation and monitoring solution for sites subject to ground movement hazards

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  • Lac De Most

    Long-Range Laser Scan Campaign at Lake Most (Czech Republic)

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  • ROSTOCK_home

    Suivi du scénario de simulation de fuite d’hydrogène à Catenoy (Oise)

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  • bonifacio

    Amélioration de la connaissance de l’aléa mouvement de terrain

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Fri 29 Sept 23

Friday September 29, 2023 - Defense of a thesis co-financed by Ineris
Relationship between seismicity and aseismic deformation in a deep mine. Example of the Garpenberg mine, Sweden.

Wed-Thu 20-21 Sept

From September 20 to 21, 2023 - Scientific Workshop on Mining & Post-Mining Seismicity
Organized by Luleå University of Technology with the support of Ineris, it will bring together the engineering and research communities involved in the EPOS-TCS (Thematic Core Service) projects for anthropogenic hazards (TCS-AH) and in the RFCS PostminQuake.

Fri 23 June

June 23, 2023 - Controlling seismicity induced by deep geothermal operations
Ineris and BRGM have published a handbook of best practices designed to offer practical guidance to all stakeholders (geothermal operators, elected representatives and public authorities). It has been drawn up at the demand of the General Directorate for Risk Prevention (DGPR) part of the French Ministry for Ecological Transition and Territorial Cohesion, and the General Directorate for Energy and Climate (DGEC), part of the French Ministry for Energy Transition.

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