PhD position in numerical modelling for offshore geotechnics/engineering at MARUM, University of Bremen

We are searching for a highly motivated and excellently qualified young scientist/engineer in our starting joint research project: Long term set-up effect of XL offshore monopiles. This project is a joint research project with MARUM/Universität Bremen, Fraunhofer IWES, Innogy SE, and Geo-Engineering.org GmbH.The PhD program mainly focuses on implementing advanced numerical methods and soil constitutive models to analyze field tests (cone penetration test) and laboratory tests (CPT in calibration chamber, triaxial test, etc.), to understand the set-up process around monopile foundations (changes in soil state and stress state), and to compare modelling results with large scale pile tests.

Applicants are asked submit their CV, a one-page synopsis of their master/diploma thesis, other previous research achievements, and the covering letter should indicate at least two referees. All documents should be send with the reference number A57/18 by Email to tmoerz@uni‐bremen.de & ssawitzki@marum.de bundled in one PDF-file, not exceeding 5 M.

More information can be found in the attached document.

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