SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMMING

SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMMING

KHEOPS brings together a network of researchers from a variety of different disciplines in humanities and social sciences & natural and technical sciences.

Research at KHEOPS covers three areas: built environment, transportation and energy.

KHEOPS’s research program aims to develop knowledge in these three areas and focuses on specific research topics.

The KHEOPS research program aims to develop knowledge in these three areas and is structured around two main areas:

AREA 1 – SOCIETY AND MAJOR INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS

The work carried out in this area focuses on the various dimensions relating to the social and environmental impact of major infrastructure projects. For example, they focus on the social acceptability issues of these projects, or the infrastructure resilience in the climate change context. They also consider the public health and occupational safety issues related to the development and maintenance of infrastructure.

AREA 2 – GOVERNANCE OF MAJOR INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS

This area focuses on the multiple dimensions of the governance of major projects (organizational, institutional, territorial or international), whether from an operational, ethical, legal or public policy perspective.

 

The KHEOPS research program aims to develop knowledge in these three areas and is structured around two main areas:

AREA 1 – SOCIETY AND MAJOR INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS

The work carried out in this area focuses on the various dimensions relating to the social and environmental impact of major infrastructure projects. For example, they focus on the social acceptability issues of these projects, or the infrastructure resilience in the climate change context. They also consider the public health and occupational safety issues related to the development and maintenance of infrastructure.

AREA 2 – GOVERNANCE OF MAJOR INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS

This area focuses on the multiple dimensions of the governance of major projects (organizational, institutional, territorial or international), whether from an operational, ethical, legal or public policy perspective.