Geothermal Energy and Reservoir Technology
Valentin Goldberg, M. Sc.

Valentin Goldberg, M. Sc.

  • Institut für Angewandte Geowissenschaften -

    Geothermie und Reservoir-Technologie


    KIT- Karlsruher Institut für Technologie,

    Campus Süd


    Adenauerring 20b

    76131 Karlsruhe


Research topics: 

  • Economic use of geothermal brines
  • Geochemical exploration
  • Geochemical modeling
  • Geochemistry


  • BrineMine - Extraction of raw materials and drinking water from geothermal springs in Chile


  • Organization and execution of a geochemical field campaign
  • Development of a prototype for brine treatment
  • Project management BrineMine


  • Applied Geothermics

Supervision of student theses:

  • Master thesis L. Spitzmüller (2020) - Awarded with the Christian-Hecht-Preis 2020


Since 2019 Research Associate
2018 - 2019 Intern/Trainee at EnBW Energie Baden-Württemberg AG
2016 - 2019 M. Sc. Applied Geosciences (KIT)
2012 - 2016 Trainee/Content Manager at SchulLV GmbH
2012 - 2016 B. Sc. Applied Geosciences (KIT)

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Conference contributions

Numerical modeling of thermal front propagation caused by fluid injection in a fractured reservoir for forecasting thermal-induced seismicity.
Goldberg, V.; Held, S.; Egert, R.; Kohl, T.
2019, October. 7th European Geothermal Workshop (EGW 2019), Karlsruhe, Germany, October 9–10, 2019
Calculation of CO2 solubility in thermal waters in the context of geothermal utilization.
Goldberg, V.; Held, S.; Nitschke, F.; Siefert, D.; Kölbel, T.; Kohl, T.
2018, November. Student Technical Conference (STC 2018), Freiberg, Germany, November 8–9, 2018