The Energy Transport Advances Laboratory (η-Lab) aims to obtain deeper understandings of interfacial transport physics. We then leverage these fundamental understandings to expand scientific possibilities and create high-performance, low-carbon-footprint solutions for cooling, power generation, clean water production, and beyond.
First SNSF Project Funding Proposal Approved
We have multiple PhD openings on Microscopy and Spectroscopy for Liquid-Vapor Interface and Phase Change Phenomena.
Mr. Luca Magoni finished the EPFL E3 Program
September 1st, 2023, EPFL, Switzerland
First ETA-Lab Group Dinner
July 17, 2023 at Petit Port, St-Sulpice, Switzerland