Environmental Research at ÉTS: a Multi-Disciplinary Approach
ÉTS professors are at the forefront of environmental research. As they rely on a multidisciplinary engineering approach, the work they lead covers widely diversified areas, ranging from the creation of new treatment methods for water, air and soil, to better understanding environmental changes of anthropogenic origin, to the development of sustainable cities and performance indicators for social acceptability.
Laboratories Specializing in the Environment
- Canada Research Chair in Characterization of Contaminated Sites
- Experimental Station for Pilot Processes in the Environment (STEPPE)
- GRIDD – Research Group in Integration and Sustainable Development in Built Environments
- DRAME –Research Group Specialized in Development and Applied Research in Environmental Modeling