Safety and economic efficiency of technical plants should not exist in conflict with each other. Realization of innovative safety concepts should help increase safety and productivity. CSE develops these concepts.
Zero Emission is a major requirement for technical plants of the future. Absolutely no emission; not even when undesired events occur. To achieve this, there is need to think out of the box and implements novel safety concepts.
Numeric modelling is the order of the day in safety engineering. Development and validation of models for safety purposes is one of the key competencies at CSE institute.
Experimental validation is not a choice – it is indispensable in safety engineering. CSE operates test facilities for research and training purposes. These facilities are unique thought Europe and beyond.
Do not just do research – talk about your findings. CSE offers a platform to communicate about risk issues in this day and age of social media. Risks are often assessed with subjective perceptions. To assess risks in the long term, there must be a consensus between the industry and the general public.
Fires and explosions are the most common effects of safety related events. CSE institute is researching on the causes while developing safety devices to deliver technical safety to technical plants and critical infrastructure of the future.
New technology? This comes with the need for new safety concepts. This is for example the case for micro-scale plant- and Nano-technologies. State of the art safety technology is required for these new technologies. To achieve this, there is need for novel solutions. CSE develops such safety technology.