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SKIL

The Student Kreativity and Innovation Lab (SKIL) is an ENAC initiative, which aims at promoting a new culture at EPFL by encouraging student initiative, creativity, and interdisciplinarity in a workshop environment permitting the realization of hands-on projects.

LESO-PB

Research at the EPFL Solar Energy and Building Physics Laboratory directed by Professor Jean-Louis Scartezzini focuses on energy efficiency and the implementation of renewable energies in buildings and cities.

PIXE

3D Non-Destructive X-Ray Analysis of Materials Microstructures

GIS

Experimental structural engineering research provides the opportunity to observe the unknown and to develop new and challenge existing numerical and mechanical models.

IBETON

As part of the ENAC faculty in the field of Civil Engineering at the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, the team of the Structural concrete laboratory is active in the domain of reinforced concrete structures.

LAST

Under the management of Prof. Emmanuel Rey, the Laboratory of Architecture and Sustainable Technologies (LAST) focuses its research and teaching in the field of sustainable architecture.

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PL-LCH

The Platform of Hydraulic Constructions (PL-LCH) of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne (EPFL) maintains a permanent synergy between teaching, research and services.

IMAC

The mission of IMAC is to take advantage of multi-disciplinary synergies in order to study the real behavior civil-engineering structures. We maintain competence in structural mechanics, dynamics, measurement of full-scale structures, materials science and information technology.

WIRE

The main goal of our research is to improve our understanding and ability to predict turbulent transport of momentum and scalars (e.g., heat, water vapor, pollutants) in environmental flows, with emphasis on the atmospheric boundary layer and wind energy systems.

LTQE

The main goal of our research is to improve our understanding and ability to predict turbulent transport of momentum and scalars (e.g., heat, water vapor, pollutants) in environmental flows, with emphasis on the atmospheric boundary layer and wind energy systems.