Technical University of Darmstadt (TUDa)

Germany

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Since its foundation in 1877, TU Darmstadt has been characterized by a special pioneering spirit, and it is part of the university’s mission to continue this tradition of innovation.

Through outstanding achievements in research, teaching and transfer, we open up important scientific fields of the future as well as new opportunities for shaping society. This makes TU Darmstadt one of the leading technical universities in Germany with high international visibility and reputation.

TU Darmstadt enters into partnerships with universities, research institutes, and companies both in Germany and abroad in order to combine the outstanding expertise offered by all partners for the pursuit of a common goal. Our intensive transfer of knowledge is a decisive driver of industry and innovative strength in the Frankfurt-Rhine-Main metropolitan region.

Through strategic collaborations and close relationships with society, we promote this region as an internationally renowned research area. To support the aforementioned goals of the University, the Institute and Laboratory for Geotechnics engages itself in practice-oriented basic research as well as in R&D projects for the development of new technologies. The ultimate aim is to develop innovative, technical-scientific, and cost-optimized solutions to society’s most pressing engineering problems. The current focus of our research includes soil-structure interaction, geotechnical hazards, renewable energy, unsaturated soil mechanics, loess engineering behavior, and critical infrastructures. A comprehensive treatment of these topics is accomplished through combining theoretical, experimental, and numerical approaches.

Why Choose Us

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Certified Experience

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Experienced Team

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Meet Our Team

Prof. Dr. Hauke Zachert

Head of the Institute of Geotechnics

Prof. Dr. Hauke Zachert is the head of the Institute of Geotechnics at the Technical University of Darmstadt. His specialization focuses on dynamic soil-structure interaction, particularly in relation to offshore wind foundation. He has strong background in performing scaled experiments and simulating them with numerical techniques. Apart from his academic position, he also has strong background in working in industry.

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Dr. Phil. Mary Antonette Beroya-Eitner

Senior Researcher and International Research Coordinator

Tonette is leading the GEOLAB project from the TU Darmstadt side. She is an engineering geologist, with formal training and education in Global Change Ecology, as well. Tonette has strong international background, having worked in the Philippines, China, USA, Japan and Germany. She has experience working not only in the academe, but also in the government and international organizations like the United Nations. Her research interests include liquefaction, slope stability, climate change and geo-engineering, unsaturated soils, expansive clays and green infrastructure.

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