Introduction of The Lab/ Research Field: Dr. Lei’s research on porous media features temperature, pressure and stress control, pore-scale insights based on micro-CT technique integrated with conventional testing, multi-physics experiments and theoretical analysis. Targeted areas include: (1) particulate material and porous media under abnormal conditions and their interaction with pore constituents; (2) energy, marine, and resource geo-engineering; (3) permafrost and outer space sediments; (4) natural gas hydrates and their hosting sediments; (5) massive energy storage; and (6) multi-phase flow and crystallization in porous media.
Job Description: Position: Postdoctoral fellow; Requirements: 1) To work on mechanical and hydrological properties of soil under various conditions, experimentalist preferred; 2) Have obtained or expect to obtain shortly the PhD degree in water resources, geotechnical engineering, earth science, geophysics, or related disciplines; 3) Age under 35; 4) Geo-mechanical and/or hydrological experiences preferred; 5) Good track academic record.
Compensation and Benefits: The research team offers a competitive compensation package commensurate with the selected candidate’s qualifications and experience. Applications for relevant projects and programs will be encouraged and supported.
How to Apply: To apply, please send resume, representative papers and any other relevant materials as PDF files to firstname.lastname@example.org, and indicate the Post-doc application in the subject.
International Webinar Series on Geoenvironmental Engineering: Polluted Land, Waste Management & Sustainability/Resiliency organized by University of Illinois Chicago.
Weekly webinars on topics related to Geoenvironmental Engineering covering wide range of issues associated with land contamination, waste management, and sustainability and resiliency. All interested are welcome to attend. Highly recommended for MS/MTech/PhD students, post-docs, and young faculty in geotechnical engineering, environmental engineering, and related fields.
The next webinar will be held by Prof. Gemmina Di Emidio on August 13, 2021, 9 am (Chicago time). The title of his webinar is “Use of Polymerized Clays and Waste Materials for Various Geoenvironmental Application“.
On August 20, 2021, 9 a.m. (Chicago Time), Prof. Peter Cleall will deliver the webinar “Rubbish In Rubbish Out Landfill Content, Leachate Development and Future Repositories“.
On August 27, 2021, 9 a.m. (Chicago Time), Prof. Amit Srivastava will deliver the webinar “Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering Solutions for Managing Natural Resources“.
To attend any or all of the above webinars, register (free) at: https://uic.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZAsc-uuqDoqG9Qi7iI-6p2sV9c8zi0XfaqH
Recordings of the past webinars can be found at: https://www.youtube.com/c/GeoenvironmentalEngineeringWebinars/videos
The sixth session of the International Webinar on Rock Mechanics will be held on Thursday, July 1 at 5:00 pm (Paris time) by videoconference (see attached invitation).
This series of webinars is a collaboration of the young members groups CFMR_jeunes (France), AGI (Italy), SEMR (Spain), CTES-YM CHILE, Ingeokring (Netherlands) and SPEG (Peru).
The upcoming session is organized by the CFMR_jeunes group and will contain two presentations:
– Feedback from some injections carried out in a mixed soft rock and soil formation – Aï-Na BLAISE (Tractebel).
– Experimental and numerical investigations on rock salt macroscopic behavior in the context of underground storage – Mejda AZABOU (Storengy).
Participation is free and should be confirmed via the following form: https://lnkd.in/dwVQXne
On 25 June 2021, Prof. Kyle Rollins (Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah) will present his work on “Ground Improvement for Earthquake Engineering” during a webinar. Those interested will find the link in this flyer.
25 June 2021 – 10.00-12.00 CET “Ground Improvement for Earthquake Engineering”.
Computational Modelling for Future Research in Geoenvironmental Sciences webinar series – 11th July 2021
The organising committee of the “Computational Modelling for Future Research in Geoenvironmental Sciences” (CMFRGS) webinar series invites you to its 1st webinar on “Discrete Element Method” presented by A/Prof Sergio Galindo Torres.
Webinar 1 is scheduled to be hosted at 9:00 am (CEST), 14th July 2021 with registration for this webinar closing at 24:00, 11th July 2021 (CEST).
You may find further info and register (free but mandatory) here: https://www.m2clab.com/cmfrgs-webinars
Invited Lectures Series for the MSc in Soil Mechanics at Imperial College London – Dr Michael Bardanis – 23rd June 2021
It is with great pleasure that I invite you to the talk on “Experiences from the long-term measurement of soil suction in the field” by Dr Michael Bardanis on Wednesday 23rd June 2021, at 4pm London time.
The talk is organised as part of our Invited Lectures Series for the MSc in Soil Mechanics at Imperial College London and it is open to Engineers, Academics, Researchers and Students at all levels.
To attend the Lecture please follow the link below (no prior registration is required):
- link [updated due to technical issues]
Feel free to pass on this invitation to any interested parties.
Katerina Tsiampousi (MSc Soil Mechanics Course Director)
- Flyer: download
Il prossimo venerdì 25 giugno, dalle 15:30 alle 16:30, il Dr. Nunzio Losacco, ricercatore presso il Politecnico di Bari, terrà un seminario telematico in lingua inglese dal titolo: “Numerical modelling of mechanised tunnelling: from simplified to detailed approaches“.
L’evento è organizzato dal gruppo di ricerca di Geotecnica del DICATECh, Politecnico di Bari, e si terrà sulla piattaforma Microsoft Teams.
Non è necessario registrarsi, per partecipare è sufficiente cliccare sul link riportato in basso nella locandina: Webinar_Losacco_2021
GEOLAB is an European network of renowned institutes bringing together six geo-centrifuges and six other large research facilities: a geo-model container, a pile foundation test pit, a static liquefaction tank, a railway track simulator, a large-scale triaxial apparatus and a set of field test sites. The overarching aim of GEOLAB is perform ground-breaking research & innovation that enhances the resilience of Europe’s Critical Infrastructure.
GEOLAB has just launched its First Call for Proposals to potential users among academia, SME and industry to gain access to excellent research facilities in the fields of geotechnical and environmental engineering. This so-called Transnational Access is free of charge and includes technical & scientific support from the hosting facility. This can be of high interest to you, offering the opportunity to test and validate innovative solutions for infrastructure and ageing.
In the upcoming webinar, “An Introduction to GEOLAB’s Geotechnical Research Facilities and How to Apply for Access”, the project partners will present GEOLAB’s research infrastructures and the call for proposals mechanisms. The event will take place on June 23rd at 10 AM CET.
To register, please click on the link below:
Meeting Registration – Zoom
Find out more about the project and call for proposals at: https://project-geolab.eu/call-for-proposals/
With our best regards,
Giulia Viggiani & Sam Stanier
È stato pubblicato il bando al Premio di Dottorato intitolato al Prof. Giuseppe Grandori.
Giuseppe Grandori (1921-2011) è stato Professore Emerito del Politecnico di Milano, dove ha insegnato la Scienza delle Costruzioni per decenni. È stato inoltre Fondatore dell’Ingegneria Sismica in Italia e Presidente della International Association of Earthquake Engineering (IAEE).
Si tratta di due premi, di 5000 € ciascuno, da assegnare a neo-dottori di ricerca su tematiche legate all’Ingegneria Sismica. Possono partecipare gli studenti che abbiano conseguito il Dottorato di Ricerca presso una Università italiana nel periodo dal 1 gennaio 2020 al 31 ottobre 2021. La scadenza di presentazione della domanda è il 4 novembre 2021.
Il testo del bando è disponibile al link: https://www.polimi.it/index.php?id=5430&tx_wfqbe_pi1[id]=1709