This course is an introduction to Soil Sciences, and it focuses on the main soil characteristics, properties, and functions. The teaching is based on theoretical concepts, exercises as well as field and computer experiments.
This project-based course introduces students to the field of urban climate and hydrology, with a focus on nature-based solutions for the design of climate and water resilient cities.
The domestication of the Alps is addressed through the study of the construction methods of the built environment. A study between architecture, anthropology and territorial sciences in order to understand the contemporary Alpine 'system'.
This teaching unit proposes a reflection on the EPFL-UNIL campus through a transcalar analysis aiming to improve the strategies defining the built environment and public spaces of both campuses - while encouraging the interaction between all of the species within them and the ecological transition.