The Institute of Petroleum Engineering at Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, UK, is looking to appoint a postdoctoral researcher on a project funded by UK Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) focused on modelling shale gas flow. The scope of the postdoc position is on digital shale rock model construction and shale gas flow property upscaling in collaboration with project partner. Please following the link for details.
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Position for a Junior Researcher (with an MSc), with a possibility to follow up with a PhD.
The essential information is as follows:
Job: Research Grant for Master
Job/Fellowship Reference: PTDC/EAM-GTC/29923/2017-UM.2.18
Main research field: Engineering
Sub research field: Civil Engineering
Stating date: 01.02.2019
Salary: €980/month (tax-free)
Application deadline: 10.01.2019
More information can be found in the attached document
On behalf of the organising committee, we are pleased to announce the 7th UK–China International Particle Technology Forum which will be held in Edinburgh on 28–31 July 2019. This is scheduled between two unmissable events in Europe: DEM8 in the Netherlands (21–26 July) and the worldfamous Edinburgh International Festival (2–26 August).
The GeoRessources laboratory at the University of Lorraine (France) is looking to appoint a postdoctoral researcher on a program financed by the French National Research Agency (ANR) focused on the multi-scale characterization of hydro-mechanical damage in claystones. The scope of the postdoc position is predominantly experimental and is part of a multidisciplinary research program that involves several national partners.
More information in the attachment attachment.
this is to inform you that there is currently an opening for two PhD positions at Politecnico di Milano granted by the European Commission in the framework of the Marie Curie Innovative Training Networks (H2020-MSCA-ITN-2018) Project URBASIS “New Challenges for Engineering Seismology”. For relevant information, as well as for the PhD positions available at the other European universities involved in the same Project, please visit the project website at the following link
Just to remind you that the registration is open for the International Conference on Advances in Computational Geomechanics – COGGUS2 2019:
The Centre for Offshore Foundation Systems (COFS) at the University of Western Australia (UWA) is looking to appoint a postdoctoral researcher on an Australian Research Council supported project on suction bucket foundations for offshore wind turbines, in collaboration with Lloyd’s Register EMEA and the University of Melbourne. The research will generate new knowledge of suction bucket installation and in-service response by integrating field experience with results from innovative experiments, with the aim to develop an industry guideline. The scope of the research is predominantly experimental.
The closing date is 31 January 2019. Please see the advertisement for further details: Research Associate
Project Description (Advert Reference: RDF19/EE/MCE/MENDES):
The proposed research aims to develop Ultra High Capacity Tensiometers (UHCT) that can measure soil suctions in the range of 7-10MPa with the intent of overcoming existing limitations with high capacity tensiometers (HCT).
A PhD position is available in the department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) within in the field of continuum mechanics and elasto-viscoplasticity. The research aims to provide a constitutive model for soft, sensitive Scandinavian clays for practical geotechnical design using the Finite Element Method.
Please see the advertisement for further details.
Applications are possible until 1st January 2019.
The Civil Engineering research group at Oxford has an academic vacancy in the area of Geotechnical Engineering / Offshore Renewable Energy. The appointment is at Associate Professor level, which can be an entry level permanent appointment. In exceptional cases more senior staff can be appointed with the title of Professor. The post comes with a Tutorial Fellowship at St Catherine’s College, with associated financial and other benefits. The Oxford group has a substantial range of current activity in the area of offshore renewable energy, with work in geotechnical engineering including the highly successful PISA project on offshore wind monopile foundations (winner of the BGA’s 2017 Fleming Award), the EPSRC/industry funded ALPACA project for piles in chalk and a five year Research Framework Agreement with Ørsted for cyclic loading of offshore monopile foundations. We are also partners in the EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Renewable Energy Marine Structures and the recently announced EPSRC Supergen ORE Hub. We are looking to strengthen the group’s activities in this exciting area through this appointment. The closing date is 17 January 2019. The advert can be found at the following link and more detail is in the attached further particulars.