Research and Labs



1) Division of Energy

Section of Production, Transport and Distribution of Energy

Energy production from fossil fuels as well as alternative sources, transportation, and distribution of energy and its carriers are the main subjects taught and studied in the division. The division has also an interest in the study and development of advanced materials for energy applications. Main research activities in the division include computational as well as experimental studies using state-of-the-art numerical and diagnostic methods in combustion phenomena and turbomachinery. Other efforts deal with the development of rational technologies for energy transportation and distribution, improvements in the efficiency of energy systems and production and utilization of energy from renewable energy resources such as hydro-electric, biomass, wind and solar.

Section of Environmental Engineering and Energy Use

The mission of the Environment and Energy Use division is twofold: a) the study of environmental issues, particularly those concerned with energy use with a view to develop sustainable technologies, and b) the study of alternative and/or renewable energy resources. The research activities are focused on environmental problems and the development of antipollution technologies in industrial, commercial or domestic sectors. Further research is carried out into the use of alternative resources of energy such as hydrogen, solar, geothermal, etc.

  • Energy & Pollution Control Systems Engineering Laboratory (EPSEL)
  • Center for Renewable & Alternative Energy Sources & Rational Use of Energy
  • Laboratory of Atmospheric Environment and Waste Management


2) Division of Industrial Management

The division is mainly concerned with aspects of Business Administration for engineers in the Industrial Environment. The division is active in the following Operations Research and Energy Technology issues, conducting both basic and applied research:

  • Decision making and information technology
  • Product Quality Control
  • Applied Statistics
  • Maintenance Management
  • Reliability and Safety
  • Innovation and Entrepreneurship
  • Inventory Management
  • Logistics and Supply Chain Management
  • Modeling and Simulation of Industrial Systems
  • Industrial Administration Strategies
  • Business Administration
  • Techno-economic Studies
  • Energy Management
  • Legal Aspects of Energy Transport and Management
  • Process and Plant Economics
  • Management of Energy Systems and Energy Policy
  • Exploitation Technologies for Coal and Hydrocarbons
  • Biomass and Synthetic Fuels



3) Division of Manufacturing

Section of Manufacturing and Materials 



External Cooperations

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