Since 2007, the soilmodels.info website has been reached by thousands of geotechnical engineers to download free implementations of advanced constitutive models for geomaterials. Ten years later, its successor is introduced: “SoilModels : Hub For Geotechnical Professionals”. SoilModels transformed to community site joining advanced professionals in all fields of geotechnical engineering, motivating to share ideas, discuss new developments and offer consultancy services to potential users of advanced modelling approaches. You may find here all the implementations from the original soilmodels.info website, and much more…
The new website can be found at the following address: https://soilmodels.com/
A themed issue of Environmental Geotechnics on shallow geothermal energy for buildings and infrastructure is planned for 2018. Engineering practitioners and researchers engaged in relevant topics (see the attachment for details) are invited to submit abstracts by 31 July 2017. The deadline for submissions is 15 December 2017.
The details can be found in the attachment.
The annual ALERT meeting (Workshop and Doctoral School) will soon be held in Aussois. This year, the Doctoral school includes a practical session (see the programme). It is highly recommended to bring a laptop for this part.
An academic position is available at Mines ParisTech, see pdf.
Pierre Foray, Professor Emeritus of Grenoble INP passed away on March 24, 2014 after a long battle with cancer. His death a few years after his retirement has saddened many people including his former students, colleagues, and friends. Pierre is well known in the Geotechnical community in France and abroad. The ALERT-Geomaterials community has lost an extraordinary individual with his passing. Continue reading
Shamsher Prakash Foundation solicits nomination (no application) for the “2012 SHAMSHER PRAKASH PRIZE FOR EXCELLENCE IN THE PRACTICE OF GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING” for young persons(45 years) primarily from practicing engineers from all over the world.
Delft University of Technology is seeking to appoint a full-time Professor of Geo-environmental Engineering. For details, see: http://www.academictransfer.com/employer/TUD/vacancy/13006/lang/en/
This is the new site of the ALERT Geomaterials network. Obviously it is still under construction – thus check the old address too!