- Assistant/ Associate professor in Geotechnical Engineering
- Assistant/ Associate professor in Rock mechanics
The main aim of this project is to develop a robust computational framework for investigating the hydro-chemo-mechanical aspect of concrete carbonation at meso-scale.
1-year post-doctoral position to start in January 2019, on
“Multi-technique characterization of thin clay films during their
creep”. The project is in partnership between Laboratoire Navier,
laboratory Phenix (Sorbonne Université) and Synchrotron SOLEIL. Applications are expected by 1 September 2018. See the attachment for more information.
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
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*.
The Division of Geothermal Research at KIT (http://www.agw.kit.edu/251.php) focuses on reservoir characterization, exploration and engineering in deep geothermal applications. The projects are conducted at a national and international level, with numerous partners and application fields worldwide. Key aspects of research in this domain are the development and application of numerical tools to simulate coupled non-linear thermo-hydro-mechanical-chemical (THMC) processes.
The position is aiming at the development and application of a numerical tool (MOOSE solver environment) to solve coupled thermo-hydraulic-chemical (THC) processes, considering two-phase flow (Navier-Stokes), multi component transport as well as mineral dissolution and precipitation.
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
With my colleagues Anh Minh TANG, Jean-Michel PEREIRA and Patrick DANGLA of Laboratoire Navier (Ecole des Ponts Pars Tech, IFSTTAR, CNRS) we would like to announce the opening of a postdoc position, starting next Fall,
on DEM modeling of cemented granular materials as a model for hydrate-bearing sands.
This job offer is described in the attached pdf file.
The Department of Civil & Mineral Engineering at the University of Toronto is advertising for a tenure stream position at the rank of Assistant Professor in the areas of rock physics, geophysics and geomechanics (see attached).
For further details and to apply online please visit http://uoft.me/academicopportunities, Job# 1801617