Lyesse Laloui

Lyesse Laloui in 2019 Lyesse Laloui, born July 1963 in Skikda (Algeria) is a Swiss engineer, Chair professor of Soil Mechanics, Geo-engineering and CO2 storage at the School of architecture, civil and environmental engineering of the École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL). He is the head of the Soil Mechanics Laboratory, director of the Civil Engineering Section at the EPFL and a full member of the Swiss Academy of Engineering Sciences since 2021.

Laloui is the editor in Chief of the Elsevier Geomechanics for Energy and the Environment journal. He is also the founding partner of the International Joint Research Center for Energy Geotechnics in China. He co-founded several start-ups such as Geoeg, Medusoil, Nesol and Enerdrape.

Lyesse Laloui is active in the fields of geomechanics, sustainability and geo-energy. His work has led to publication of 13 books, over 340 journal publications and four patents. Provided by Wikipedia
Published in 2017
doi: 10.1016/j.egypro.2017.03.1454
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