Career opportunities at LMS
Current job openings
Internship – Business/Economics profile for geo-energy applications
Conduct a comprehensive market analysis for our innovative startup project in the geo-energy field (InSituStreTech). You will provide valuable insights and recommendations by reviewing key stakeholders and analyzing the market dynamics. This position offers an exciting opportunity to contribute to the success of our venture and shape the future of the industry.
Ph.D. Position – SNSF project
The development of innovative tools for designing geotechnical engineered barriers for the isolation of waste from the environment.
All current Master’s project proposals offered by our lab can be found at: https://www.epfl.ch/labs/lms/master-thesis-at-lms/
Our laboratory is involved in the latest cutting-edge research into solving some of the greatest challenges of this century, including climate change, alternative energy sources and energy efficiency, and environmental waste storage and disposal systems. Learn more about our lab activities here.
Our diverse team comes from all over the world to live and work on the shores of Lake Geneva, Switzerland. Working for the Ecole Polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) means being part of a prestigious school that consistently ranks among the top 20 universities worldwide, with the School of Civil Engineering ranking in the top ten!
If you think LMS is the place to take your next step in your career or if you have any questions, would like to propose a research topic or would like to know more, please contact us at: [email protected]
Meet the team
If you would like to know what it is like to work in this unique lab, meet some of our Ph.D. students, graduates and post-doctoral researchers, meet some of team below.
Interview with Dr. Jinwoo Kim
“I see LMS as a very diverse group with many talented people from different backgrounds”
Interview with Sofie Ten Bosch
“What I enjoy most are the discussions with everyone and the variety of topics to work on where I can go into detail and see the impact of the different innovations our lab is working on. I really like that.”
Interview with Qazim Llabjani
“I like how deep into a topic we can go to understand it in every possible way, and we can do this with a lot of freedom from our supervisors, but they always remain there to have those very precious discussions and feedback when needed.”