At the Laboratory of Geomechanics and Engineering Geology, three doctoral theses examining the fracturing of galleries and their seal are helping to further knowledge on the storage of nuclear waste.
Everyone is in favour or renewable energy ... Until the day a wind turbine pops up at the end of the garden!
It won’t be possible to make do without petrol, coal or natural gas in the near future. A member of the IPCC, Professor Philippe Mathieu is banking on energy production options without CO2 waste.
Sewage sludge, the residue of waste water treatment, is used more and more frequently as a fuel. Angélique Leonard studies the processes of drying this sludge.
The Solar Energy Applications laboratory of the Liege Space Center (Centre Spatial de Liège, or CSL) uses its expertise in spatial technology to improve the performance of solar panels, and to reduce their cost.