Our research focuses on researching and developing sustainable geo-engineering solutions for ever-increasing global climate change, environmental and energy challenges through cutting-edge computational and experimental research on performance and behaviour of geomaterials.

The research addresses areas of environmental and energy geotechnics, including nuclear waste disposal, re-using waste, resilience of geo-structures under natural disasters and extreme loads (e.g., earthquake and blast), renewable energy infrastructure, containment and remediation technologies for hazardous chemicals and gases, geological disposal of carbon dioxide and low-cost water filtration systems.

Meet the team

Details and contacts for our academic staff, post-docs and PhD researchers.