ALERT Workshop 2017 – extended deadline

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The deadline for the submission of abstracts for the ALERT Geomaterials Workshop 2017 (28th Edition) has been extended up to May 31, 2017!

Please submit your abstracts by email directly to the coordinators using the Workshop abstract form (doc, odt, pdf). Since time for the presentations is limited, only a part of the submitted abstracts can be chosen for the oral presentations. Therefore, we invite you to submit your abstract as soon as possible. The presentation can also be submitted as a poster. The abstracts of the posters will be published in a separate booklet (ISSN registered).

Fully financed PhD position available in the Geotechnical Group at Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) on “Geohazards – Early Warning Systems for Rainfall Induced Soil Slides“

The PhD position is part of Klima 2050, a Centre for Research-based Innovation (SFI) financed by the Research Council of Norway and 20 consortium partners, hosted by SINTEF. Klima 2050 aims to reduce the societal risks associated with climate changes and increased precipitation and floodwater exposure within the built environment. Read more about the SFI at www.klima2050.no
Full announcement and information on how to apply: https://www.jobbnorge.no/ledige-stillinger/stilling/136600/phd-position-on-early-warning-systems-for-rainfall-induced-soil-slides-iv-97-17
Application deadline is 14 May 2017.

ALERT Workshop 2017 – 2nd call for abstracts

The ALERT Workshop 2017 (28th Edition) will be held in Aussois from 2nd October to 4th October, 2017. Abstracts can only be submitted to the first and third session (Monday and Wednesday, respectively), because the second half-day session on Tuesday will be held by invited speakers only. Please submit your abstracts by email directly to the coordinators using the Workshop abstract form (doc, odt, pdf). If you wish to publish your presentation after the Workshop on the ALERT website, do not forget to agree by ticking the corresponding box in the abstract form. Continue reading