The A&M research unit includes 20 research groups, each with different fields of expertise and domains of applications. Expertise includes structural mechanics, material science, fluid dynamics, thermodynamics and applied mathematics. The A&M research unit is also actively involved in or maintains close collaborations with other research groups.

Multibody & Mechatronic Systems Lab

O. Bruls

Kinematics, dynamics and control, flexible systems

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Multiphysics & Turbulent Flow Computation – MTFC

V. Terrapon

CFD, turbulence, fluid-structure interaction, aerodynamics, heat transfer, rheology

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Non-Linear Computational Mechanics – MN2L

J.-P. Ponthot, R. Boman

Large deformations, contact, thermo-mechanics

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Precision Mechatronics Laboratory – PML

Ch. Collette

Active vibration control, interferometric inertial sensors

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Space Structures & Systems Lab – S3L

G. Kerschen, J. Loicq

Nonlinear vibrations, orbital mechanics

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Stochastic Modeling

M. Arnst

Stochastic methods, uncertainty quantification, multi-physics problems

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Thermodynamics laboratory

V. Lemort, P. Dewallef, G. de Pelsemaeker

Energy performance and management

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Wind tunnel laboratory

T. Andrianne

Experimental aerodynamics, flow measurements

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