The Fluid Mechanics Group's research includes hydrodynamics in inland, estuarine, coastal and offshore waters, transport and mixing in the environment, fluvial hydraulics and airflow and pollution in urban areas.
UCL Geomatics Section is involved in the science, engineering and modelling of measurements and data relating to Earth and its environment.
A complementary group with expertise in laboratory and field testing, constitutive modelling and numerical analysis, from micromechanical up to continuum approaches.
The Healthy Infrastructure Research Group studies how we can make our environment healthier and how to reduce the spread of infections.
PAMELA - the Pedestrian Accessibility Movement Environment Laboratory - is a multisensory laboratory for the assessment of pedestrian movement.
Parnassus is an interdisciplinary research project investigating the effects of climate change, particularly flooding and wind-driven rain, on cultural heritage, and the protective adaptation needed.
The UCL Railway Research Group is a part of UCL's Centre for Transport Studies, and includes a wide range of researchers with different backgrounds working on various railway related issues. Visit the Railway Research Group website to find out more.
SpaceTimeLab’s mission is to generate actionable insights from geo-located and time-stamped data for government, business and society.
STORMLAMP is a colloborative research project between UCL and the Universities of Plymouth and Exeter, characterising wave loading and the structural performance of rock lighthouses. Visit the external STORMLAMP website to find out more.
USAR carries out world-leading, interdisciplinary research into sustainability and resilience in the urban environment. We manage postgraduate programmes and work with industry and NGOs.
UUAIR is the Research Centre between the Institute of Urban Diversity & Mobility (UDM), based in Taiwan, and UCL.
The Vertical Offshore Reference Frames research project is an ongoing collaboration between University College London and the United Kingdom Hydrographic Office.