Brice Lecampion

EPFL ENAC IIC GEL
GC B1 391 (Bâtiment GC)
Station 18
CH-1015 Lausanne

Administrative data

Fields of expertise

Mechanics of porous media,
Hydraulic fracturing,
Dense suspensions flow,
Geomechanics,
Geo-energy,
Rock mechanics


Education

PhD Mechanics Ecole Polytechnique, Palaiseau, France 2002
Ing�nieur G�ophysique-G�otechnique UPMC, Paris 1999

Publications

Teaching & PhD

Teaching

  • Civil Engineering,

PhD Programs

  • Doctoral Program in Mechanics
  • Doctoral Program in Civil and Environmental Engineering

Courses

Geotechnical engineering

Students know the different type of geotechnical structure (foundation, retaining walls etc,) their design and construction techniques. They are able to determine the different factors controlling the realisation of a geotechnical structure, and design t... goto

Section of Civil Engineering, 2018-2019, Bachelor semester 6, language : french
Section of Civil Engineering, 2018-2019, Spring semester, language : french

Reservoir geo-mechanics engineering

-        Introduction to geo-energy & the different types of subterranean reservoirs

-        Introduction to numerical methods in geomechanics (FE/FD algorithms for hydro... goto

Doctoral Program in Mechanics, 2018-2019, language : english
Section of Civil Engineering, 2018-2019, Master semester 1, language : english
Section of Civil Engineering, 2018-2019, Master semester 3, language : english

Research

Hydraulic fracturing

- Initiation of hydraulic fracture (size-effects, fluid effects etc.) - Initiation and simultaneous propagation of multiple hydraulic fractures - Validation and codes benchmarking

Suspension flow

- Flow of dense suspensions in the dense regime in confined geometries (pipe, fractures) - Sedimentation in confined geometries

Inverse Problems in geomechanics

- Reconstruction of 3D in-situ stress field from quantitative and qualitative data - Use of InSAR data for reservoir monitoring