European Centre for Geological Education (ECEG) in Chęciny, completed in 2015, is one of the most modern research institute and conference facility operating within the structures of the University of Warsaw. Beautifully located, on hillslope of Mt. Beylina built of Devonian carbonate rocks, right in the heart of an extinct dolomite quarry (currently abiotic nature reserve) in the Świętokrzyskie (Holy Cross) Mountains (Central Poland), considered to be an unique region of Europe and perfect research environment for geologists.
ECEG facility supports students and scientists from all over the world as it provides access to high research technologies. Along with all geological laboratories available within the Centre it gives a full possibility to hold professional geological research and educate high class specialists in both geology and related sciences. It also offers an excellent environment for institutions and companies looking for the most suitable place to hold their conferences and professional meetings events.