LAMH has become Heki
Founded in 1989, the growing LAMH (Laboratoire de Machines Hydrauliques) has become Heki. This new name is a hybrid of “hydroelectricity” and “kinetic,” and symbolizes our desire to advance knowledge and produce clean energy.
This passion drives us because Heki is a leader in hydroelectric generation technology development. Our facilities are home to a multidisciplinary group that works with state-of-the-art tools. Our remarkable training program and close ties with the industry have established ourselves as an international leader in flow and structural dynamics in hydraulic turbines.
Heki has assembled a multidisciplinary research team dedicated to hydroelectric production. Our team comprises of professors, research professionals, and undergraduate and graduate students.