- MODELLING OF COMPLEX PROCESSES IN GEO-ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING
2-year position in the newly formed Westlake University in Hangzhou China. The project is focused on creating advanced modeling techniques combining different physics layers, such as fluids, soils, and solids. Experience in computational methods such as Discrete Element Method, Lattice Boltzmann Method, Smooth Particle Hydrodynamics, Particle Finite Element Method, Material Point Method, and related methods is highly desirable. More info on the these websites: research_group , Westlake_University. For further information please send an email to Prof Galindo Torres (email@example.com).
- CENTRIFUGE MODELLING OF GEOTECHNICAL STRUCTURES MADE WITH CEMENT MODIFIED SOILS (CMS)
Eighteen month post doctoral position at Université Gustave Eiffel. The overall aim of the project is to develop the use of CMS as construction materials for geotechnical structures. The post doctoral research fellow will sepcifically study the mechanical behaviour of geotechnical structures made with cement modified soils using centrifuge test on small-scale models. More information on this website and on this flyer.
- TENURE TRACK ASSISTANT PROFESSOR IN GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING
Aalto University School of Engineering invites applications for Tenure Track Assistant Professor in Geotechnical Engineering. The call is targeted to ambitious individuals seeking a full-time Assistant Professor position in the Aalto University tenure track system. The vacancy is open at the Department of Civil Engineering, School of Engineering (website). More information on this website.
- PHD POSITION AT UNIVERSITY OF PORTSMOUTH (UK)
Engineering solutions for deep geological disposal of radioactive waste requires a challenging combination of knowledge: on one hand, how structures such as tunnels and caverns within a rock mass modify the local/regional stress state, and on the other hand,how these structures respond to in-situ stresses over century to millennium timescales. Applications are invited for a fully-funded (3 years, 8 months) PhD to commence in 1st February 2023, hosted in the Rock Mechanics Laboratory, School of Environment, Geosciences & Geography at the University of Portsmouth. More information in this flyer or on this website.