The Geotechnical Engineering Group at the University of California at Davis is searching for a new faculty member in Geotechnical Engineering. We are looking for an exceptional individual to develop a significant independent research program as well as pursue synergistic collaborative research in geotechnical engineering related to the resiliency of civil infrastructure and lifeline systems across multiple hazards, which can include earthquake, wave, wind, fire, and other climate change-induced loadings. Research themes of special interest include, but are not limited to, underground construction, earthen retention systems for water and waste materials, on- and off-shore energy systems, permafrost and cryosphere systems, foundation systems, and ports and harbors. Opportunities that are synergistic with the hypergravity modeling capabilities provided by the CGM are of interest.
More details regarding this position can be found here: https://ucdavis.box.com/s/xbgvpemeve8hhvlwi9spn67dl9d0h880
Application review will begin on December 1, 2022. Please share this opportunity with colleagues, post-docs, students, and others that may be interested.
Contact: Jason DeJong, firstname.lastname@example.org