The registration for the ALERT Geomaterials Workshop and School 2018 is open now! Please read the hints in the registration form! After filling the form and pressing the button “Register”, a window will open with your invoice. Please print the window with the invoice for your records! You will also get an email with the registration data afterwards. In case of the registration of the ALERT members, the corresponding representative of the ALERT institution will receive the registration data too.
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The deadline for the registration is the September 18th! The accommodation in Aussois will be processed in the order of the registrations (see the hints in the registration form). Please note that the number of rooms in the CNRS “Centre Paul Langevin“ is limited.
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A PhD position in modeling of submerged slopes is available at the Division of Geotechnical and Tunnel Engineering at the University of Innsbruck. Further information can be found at: https://www.uibk.ac.at/geotechnik/nathaz_phd_position.html
TITLE: The hydraulic control of the rhizosphere on rainfall-induced fast-moving shallow landslides
DURATION: 3 years
START DATE: 01/10/2018 (later date can be negotiated)
ELIGIBILITY: Applications from Home/Rest of UK/EU applicants & First Class Honours (or equivalent)
WHERE: Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Scotland
SUPERVISOR: Professor Alessandro Tarantino (https://www.strath.ac.uk/staff/tarantinoalessandroprof/)
CONTACT: Alessandro Tarantino firstname.lastname@example.org
A gentle reminder that Abstracts to the 7th International Symposium on Deformation Characteristics of Geomaterials can be submitted until August 1st. If you are interested in submitting an abstract, please follow the link to the Symposium Home
Following the success of last year, we are pleased to announce the 2nd edition of the Winter School on Geomechanics for Energy and the Environment (https://gete-school.epfl.ch/), which will be held on January 22nd-24th 2019, in Villars-sur-Ollon, Switzerland. Geomechanics, Environment and Energy are increasingly related and contemporary themes. The goal of the school is to provide participants with a deep understanding on selected topics in Geomechanics which are fundamental for applications related to Energy and the Environment. This Winter School is organized in the framework of the international journal Geomechanics for Energy and the Environment.
6-8 March 2019, EPF Lausanne, 2nd Edition
Lyesse Laloui and Alessandro Rotta Loria are pleased to inform you about the second edition of a 3-day intensive course for practitioners and scientists entitled Energy geostructures: analysis and design that will be held at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland, from March 6th?to 8th, 2019.
Candidates are sought for a PhD position in the field of experimental investigation aimed at improving phenomenological understanding of the chemistry of delayed ettringite formation (DEF) and of its effect on mineralogical, structural and mechanical properties of cemented waste forms. This is set in the context of cement-waste solidification/stabilization studies for radioactive waste disposal application. This is a joint PhD programme by SCK•CEN and ONDRAF/NIRAS in collaboration with Gent University, Belgium, under the mentorship of Prof. Nele De Belie. The potential candidates should hold a master’s degree preferably in material science (good knowledge of chemistry) or civil/structural or mechanical engineering and should preferably have an exposure to chemistry and mechanics. The position is open for European as well as international candidates (except restricted nationalities, which can be found in the SCK•CEN academy portal). An initial project proposal is available in the link below.
The *deadline* for receipt of application is *August 31, 2018*.
Thesis supervised by Jean Sulem, Jean-Claude Dupla and Jean Canou.
More details in the attachment
Candidates should send an application (including a CV, a cover letter describing interests and qualifications related to the PhD Thesis and two reference Professors, all compiled in a single PDF file) to email@example.com
NTNU’s Geotechnical Group offers a PhD Course in Soil Modelling from September 3rd to 9th, 2018.
The course provides a background for development and application of the soil models used in finite element based computer codes. It focuses on soil behaviour, elasto-plastic theory, selected material models and their parameters. The aim is to provide a general theoretical framework for interpretation of the mechanical behaviour of soils.
The course is at postgraduate/PhD level. It is based on a combined mathematical and graphical approach but is designed to give a platform for practical application in geotechnical design.
Please see the attached file for further details.