The video of Prof. Takashi Matsushima giving the Special lecture at the annual meeting in Aussois 2016 is now available online. The lecture was entitled Planetary Geomechanics.
It is already a nice tradition – David Mašín (Charles University, Prague) has documented with photographs the atmosphere of the ALERT Workshop. Thanks, David!
The registration for the ALERT Geomaterials Workshop and School 2016 is open now (the programme of the workshop and school is still preliminary)! (The registration is closed). Please read the hints in the registration form! After filling the form and pressing the button “Register”, a window will open with your invoice. Please print the window with the invoice for your records! You will also get an email with the registration data afterwards. In case of the registration of the ALERT members, the corresponding representative of the ALERT institution will receive the registration data too.
The deadline for the registration is the September 23rd! The accomodation in Aussois will be processed in the order of the registrations (see the hints in the registration form). Please note that the number of rooms in the CNRS “Centre Paul Langevin“ is limited.
See also hints on how to get to Aussois!
The video of Prof. Hans Mühlhaus giving the Special lecture at the annual meeting in Aussois 2015 is now available online. The lecture was entitled Mechanical and hydraulic instabilities in Geomechanics.
The invited ALERT Special Lecture during the ALERT Workshop 2016 will be presented by Prof. Takashi Matsushima from University of Tsukuba, Japan. The envisaged title of his talk is Planetary geomechanics.
David Mašín (Charles University, Prague) was so kind again and documented with a few photographs the atmosphere around the ALERT PhD Prize ceremony (winner: Anna Ramon Tarragona from UPC Barcelona) and of the ALERT Special Lecture delivered by Professor Hans Mühlhaus (University of Queensland).
The video of Itai Einav giving the Special lecture at the annual meeting in Aussois 2014 is now available online. The lecture was entitled Geomaterials under extremes.