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Scholarships – MSc programme “Civil Engineering for the Mitigation of Risk from Natural Hazards” – University of Pavia and IUSS Pavia
Four scholarships of 3.220 Euro/year each have been made available by the University School for Advanced studies IUSS Pavia to students who will enroll in the MSc programme “Civil Engineering for Mitigation of Risk from Natural Hazards” in the academic year 2021-2022. The MSc programme is jointly offered by the University of Pavia and IUSS Pavia, and the call for applications is published at the site http://civrisk.unipv.it/scholarships/ .
The deadline for application to the scholarships is the 26th of June 2021.
The MSc programme “Civil Engineering for Mitigation of Risk from Natural Hazards”, entirely taught in English, aims at providing higher-level education to meet the ever-growing demand for expertise in the field of civil engineering applied to the reduction of seismic and hydrogeological risk. The programme has two curricula: Reduction of Seismic Risk (ROSE, which is the evolution of the well-known ROSE School Master Programme) and Hydrogeological Risk Assessment and Mitigation (HYRIS, which is a recent addition to the MSc).
The MSc offers high quality training by combining the expertise of the local academic staff with that of qualified international experts invited to teach selected courses.
Post-doctoral researcher opportunity at the University of Nottingham (UK)
The Nottingham Centre for Geomechanics (NCG) is currently undertaking two large multi-disciplinary projects related to investigating the behaviour of coal-mining spoil materials with a focus on the geotechnical, sustainability, environmental, socio-economic and long-term management challenges. NCG seeks a highly motivated post-doctoral researcher to work on this challenging project.
Candidates should be inquisitive, with a strong interest in applied research, and the personality and drive to interact effectively with industry and project partners. They will have a first degree in Civil Engineering or cognate subject and will have been awarded a PhD (or have submitted their thesis for examination), ideally in an area of Geotechnical Engineering. The successful candidate will have good presentation and report writing skills. A good publication record will be an advantage but its absence should not hinder applications from those who have recently submitted their theses.
For application details see: https://www.nottingham.ac.uk/jobs/currentvacancies/ref/ENG196421
Tenure-Track Faculty Position in Geotechnical Engineering (University Of Alberta – Canada)
The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Alberta (Canada) invites applications to a tenure-track or tenured position with expertise in energy geotechnics research. The Faculty will consider an Assistant, Associate or Full Professor appointment. The successful candidate will collaborate with the Reservoir Geomechanics Research Group and contribute to the ongoing growth of our GeoInnovation Environments: GeoREF (high temperature/pressure experimental lab), GeoCERF (beam centrifuge research facility), GeoPRINT(3D printing of rocks and fractures) and GeoRMT(reservoir geomechanical modeling platform).
Applicants are invited to submit their curriculum vitae including employment history, a statement outlining research and teaching experience and areas of interest, a brief description of major contributions to teaching and research, reprints of at least three representative research papers, and the names of at least three referees to:
Dr. Simaan AbouRizk, Department Chair
The competition will remain open until the position is filled. Review of applications and selection of short-listed candidates will begin June 1st. The anticipated start date is to be mutually agreed upon.
For further information: https://careers.ualberta.ca/Competition/A104144971/
Lecturer/Senior Lecturer – Civil Engineering (Geotechnical) – (UNSW Canberra Australia)
This position is open to female applicants only. UNSW (Canberra, Australia) is permitted to designate and recruit women to a number of STEM academic roles at UNSW Canberra as a ‘measure intended to achieve equality’ within the meaning of section 27 of the Discrimination Act 1991 (ACT).
The School of Engineering and Information Technology (SEIT) is seeking applications for a full-time position in Civil Engineering (Geotechnical). This role will contribute to course and program delivery, development and innovation, in a team-teaching environment. The position will conduct impactful multidisciplinary research and educating the next generation of Australian leaders and scholars in this important and growing field.
Applications Close: 11:30pm, 6 June 2021
For further information please visit UNSW Canberra website and https://external-careers.jobs.unsw.edu.au/cw/en/job/501341/lecturersenior-lecturer-civil-engineering-geotechnical-female-identified-position
AGERP’21 – Lecture on “AI and Big Data in Geotechnics” – 3rd May 2021 (update)
The AGERP – Advancements in Geotechnical Engineering: from Research to Practice – Organising Committee invites you to a lecture series which aims to disseminate the coupled learnings from academia and industry on some of the key topics in geotechnical engineering. It is a pro bono initiative, and the lectures are free to attend.
More information at: https://www.age-rp.com/
The organising committee of Advancements in Geotechnical Engineering: From Research to Practice (AGERP) Lecture Series is pleased to invite you to the 2nd lecture of the 2nd edition of AGERP Lecture Series (AGERP’21). The second lecture will be on ‘AI and Big Data in Geotechnics‘. This Lecture will be jointly delivered by Dr. Robert C. Bachus (Geosyntec Consultants, Georgia, USA), Professor Sarat Kumar Das (Indian Institute of Technology (ISM) Dhanbad, India) and Dr. Nick Machairas (Groundwork A.I. – Next-gen Geotechnics, USA).
Lecture 2 is scheduled to be hosted on 3rd May 2021 (Australian Eastern Standard Time-AEST) with registration for this lecture closing at 00:00, 2nd May 2021 (AEST).
You may find further info. and register (free but mandatory) here: https://www.age-rp.com/
16th April 2021 —> The first lecture was on ‘Mechanically Stabilised Earth (MSE) Walls’. This lecture was delivered by Prof. Emeritus Richard J. Bathurst (GeoEngineering Centre at Queen’s-RMC, Canada) and Ms. Chaido (Yuli) Doulala-Rigby (Tensar International Corporation, UK).
Research Associate position at the University of Bath (UK)
A Research Associate in Geotechnical Engineering (fixed term) is required, to join the ACHILLES Programme at the University of Bath, UK. The ACHILLES team are exploring the impact of ageing and a changing climate on the performance of infrastructure earthworks. The application is open until the 10th May 2021 (https://www.bath.ac.uk/jobs/Vacancy.aspx?ref=CF8227). This role is on a fixed term basis from 1 July 2021 with an expected end date of 31 December 2022. For informal enquires please contact Dr Kevin Briggs (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Postdoctoral Position in Geomechanical Modeling at Northwestern University (USA)
A postdoctoral position on Landslide Geomechanics is available at Northwestern University (Illinois, USA). The selected candidate will join the Geomechanical Modeling group at Northwestern University, working under the supervision of Dr. Giuseppe Buscarnera on a project aimed at explaining the dynamics of landslide initiation and rapid post-failure movement. The position involves a one-year appointment, with the possibility of a contract extension for a second year. Competitive salary, exposure to a dynamic international environment, and opportunities for professional development will be key components of the position.
For all inquiries, please contact Dr. Giuseppe Buscarnera (email: email@example.com).
Postdoctoral Position in geotechnical earthquake engineering at Université Gustave Eiffel (France)
A postdoctoral position is open at Université Gustave Eiffel, France. The project will focus on Centrifuge Modelling of soft soil reinforced by rigid inclusions subjected to seismic loading. The post-doctoral researcher will carry out experimental studies on the soil-rigid inclusion-superstructure interaction taking into account several highlighted factors. The experimental study will also provide essential data for numerical modeling.
Application deadline: Open until Filled
For more information of the PhD subject, see the attached PDF file.
AGERP’21 – Lecture on “Mechanically Stabilised Earth” – 16th April 2021
The organising committee of Advancements in Geotechnical Engineering: From Research to Practice (AGERP) Lecture Series is pleased to invite you to the 1st lecture of the 2nd edition of AGERP Lecture Series (AGERP’21). The first lecture will be on ‘Mechanically Stabilised Earth (MSE) Walls’. This lecture will be jointly delivered by Prof. Emeritus Richard J. Bathurst (GeoEngineering Centre at Queen’s-RMC, Canada) and Ms. Chaido (Yuli) Doulala-Rigby (Tensar International Corporation, UK).
Lecture 1 is scheduled to be hosted on 16th April 2021 (Australian Eastern Standard Time-AEST) with registration for this lecture closing at 00:00, 15th April 2021 (AEST).
You may find further info. and register (free but mandatory) here: https://www.age-rp.com/
For further information, please refer to the attached flyer.
Lecturer in Geotechnical Engineering at University of Sheffield (UK)
The Department of Civil & Structural Engineering at the University of Sheffield, UK is inviting applications from outstanding candidates for the position of Lecturer in Geotechnical Engineering, to help shape our research activity and taught programmes. While applications from all areas of geotechnics – whether numerical or physical – are welcome, we seek a talented individual who can relate their research vision to impact on key challenges such as infrastructure performance/resilience, adaptation of geotechnical systems for an evolving climate, low carbon development/management, decarbonisation of energy production, and integration of digital technologies.
Further information and an application link can be found below:
The closing date for applications is 4th May 2021. Informal enquiries can be made to Elisabeth Bowman, Reader in Geomechanics, at firstname.lastname@example.org.