The Division consists of three research groups: Engineering Geology, Geotechnics and Transportation Engineering.Engineering Geology
research group studies risks associated with contamination and other disturbances, and technical systems utilizing these resources. The main focus is on industrially contaminated sites and drinking water systems.
research group studies the complex material behaviour arising from the particulate nature of natural soils and the associated coupled processes, such as e.g. deformations resulting from groundwater and heat flow, and laboratory and in situ behaviour arising from the
discrete nature of fractures in crystalline rock and the associated
coupled processes, such as fluid flow and deformations resulting from
change in hydraulic head and rock stresses.
The Transportation Engineering
Research Group has recently been reinstated and expanded with the recriutments of two researchers and an updated strategy in regards of both teaching and research.
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