Our lab hosts a wide range of experimental arrangements for investigating fluid flow phenomena in environmental and industrial applications, such as airflow and dispersion around and inside buildings, water flows and pollution in rivers and seas and air pollution.

The research addresses both turbulent and laminar incompressible flows as well as particle dispersion; by combining theoretical, experimental and computational investigations the laboratory aims to understand the physical processes involved in these flows and to develop new mathematical models to simulated them.

The lab facilities support both research projects and undergraduate teaching in the area of environmental fluid mechanics.