We study contaminant and heat transport processes in the subsurface. We improve our understanding and narrow parameter uncertainty by means of laboratory experiments at scales ranging from a few centimeters to tens of meters. We use mathematical modelling to identify gaps in our understanding and to quantify system behaviour. We aim to bridge the gap between novel scientific insights and application of remediation systems in the real world.

Key research activities

  • In-Situ Remediation Technologies
  • Behaviour of Heat and Contaminants in the Subsurface
  • Geothermal energy
  • Measurement techniques and site investigation
  • Natural Attenuation
  • Slope Stability
  • Brownfield redevelopment and life cycle assessment
  • Groundwater Management

Current Projects

Completed Projects