Dr Dominique Ngan-Tillard is assistant professor at the Faculty of Civil Engineering and Geosciences of Delft University of Technology. She coordinates the Master in Geo-engineering and lectures engineering geology and rock mechanics applications subjects. Her research focuses on non-destructive ground investigation at multiple scales using multi-physics tomography. She uses her geo-engineering know-how to reveal and understand the microstructure of archaeological soils and artefacts exposed to various physico-chemical loadings. Among others, she developed tools to predict the impact of construction works on archaeology buried in wetlands. She is also involved in the digital preservation of Assyrian heritage lost during the civil war in Syria.