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Multiphysics and multiscale interactions in the context of energy storage and CO2 sequestration – SEG23 (Delft, 5-8 Ottobre 2023)
Nell’ambito del Symposium on Energy Geotechnics (SEG23, sotto gli auspici del TC308 dell’ISSMGE), si terrà il Mini-Symposium “Multiphysics and multiscale interactions in the context of energy storage and CO2 sequestration”, di cui segue una breve descrizione. Si invitano tutti gli interessati a sottomettere un abstract entro il 31 gennaio 2023.
Short description: Geomechanics plays an important role in many applications required to engineer the energy transition. Massive storage of energy and CO2 is planned to be done in geological structures, that will be exposed to unexperienced types of loads. Among those: cyclic pore pressure histories due to seasonal storage/production of energy, thermal loads due to the injection of fluids with different temperatures, bio-chemo-hydro-mechanical processes due to the interaction of dissolved and solid chemical species with low pH fluids, and wetting/drying processes. This mini-symposium aims at bringing together researchers working to foster a deeper understanding of such coupled multiphysics phenomena, which often require a multiscale approach (from particle to the REV, and from the REV to the well or the reservoir scale).
On behalf of the organisers, Budi Zhao (University College Dublin) and Zhongxuan Yang (Zhejiang University), we invite you to an Energy Geotechnics Webinar Series (weekly or biweekly from Sep to Dec, 2021).
The webinar series aims to promote Energy Geotechnics research and will cover the following topics:
• Offshore foundation
• Carbon geological storage
• Shallow/deep geothermal
• Nuclear waste disposal
• Methane hydrate
The first three speakers are:
Prof. Antonio Gens on nuclear waste disposal (10 am, CEST, 10th Sep, Friday): Tencent Meeting Link – https://meeting.tencent.com/s/tITpCHS2SQ1S
Prof. Richard Jardine on offshore foundation (10 am, CEST, 20th Sep, Monday): Tencent Meeting Link – https://meeting.tencent.com/dm/cJS4AkWDfI5W?rs=25
Prof. Holger Ott on carbon geological storage (10 am, CEST, 8th Oct, Friday): Tencent Meeting Link – https://meeting.tencent.com/dm/ogu2z0Mai22j?rs=25
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/
Numero speciale di ‘Geomechanics for Energy and the Environment’ su ‘Innovative Numerical Methods for Soil Internal Erosion Processes’
La rivista Geomechanics for Energy and the Environment propone un numero speciale sul tema Innovative Numerical Methods for Soil Internal Erosion Processes, curato dai proff. Donatella Sterpi del Politecnico di Milano e Carlo Callari dell’Università del Molise.
– Submission opening on June 1, 2021
– Submission closing on September 30, 2021
Ulteriori informazioni all’indirizzo:
Corso di III livello Geostrutture e geosistemi energetici – Politecnico di Torino, dal 24 febbraio 2021
Vi segnaliamo il corso di III livello “Geostrutture e geosistemi energetici” previsto per la Scuola di dottorato del Politecnico di Torino. Le lezioni sono tenute da: Marco Barla, Matteo Baralis, Gabriele Della Vecchia, Alessandra Insana, Fleur Loveridge e Guido Musso.
La prima lezione si terrà il 24 febbraio prossimo alle ore 10. Tutto il corso verrà erogato mediante la piattaforma BBB – virtual classroom.
Per informazioni o richieste specifiche: email@example.com
Vi segnaliamo, nell’ambito della EGU General Assembly 2021 (vEGU, che si terrà on-line ad aprile 2021), la sessione sulla geotermia superficiale per il condizionamento degli edifici.
Tale sessione (codice ERE 2.6) è intitolata Shallow geothermal systems for heating and cooling: geoscience and engineering approaches ed è coordinata da Giorgia Dalla Santa (Università di Padova), Fleur Loveridge (University of Leeds, UK), Jean De Sauvage (IFSTTAR Université Gustave Eiffel, France), Francesco Cecinato (Università di Milano) e Witold Bogusz (Polish Building Research Institute, Warsaw, Poland). È possibile presentare entro il 20 gennaio 2021 un sommario a cui farà seguito una presentazione online nella sessione virtuale.
Ulteriori informazioni nell’allegato: EGU2021_sessionERE2.6
Sito web EGU General Assembly 2021: https://www.egu2021.eu/
Workshop gratuito online “Shallow geothermal energy” – organizzato dall’Università di Milano – 30 novembre – 3 dicembre 2020
Si invitano tutti i colleghi interessati (docenti e ricercatori, studenti di dottorato, professionisti) a partecipare al Workshop internazionale online intitolato “Shallow geothermal energy: from the ground to buildings, from the field to modelling“, organizzato dall’Università degli Studi di Milano, nei giorni dal 30 novembre al 3 dicembre 2020. La partecipazione è gratuita previa iscrizione.
Per ulteriori dettagli, si veda il programma allegato:
Laloui’s Research Group of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Lausanne (EPFL) invites you to the Biogeotechnics Webinar: 5 Little Known Keys For Successful Biogeotechnical Practice, with Prof. Lyesse Laloui, Dr Dimitrios Terzis, Maren Katterbach, and Dr Alexandra Clarà Saracho
This webinar will present an alternative approach to material design and delivery using natural organic systems present within the soil to precipitate carbonate minerals that act as soil-binding agents. Technical discoveries and developments of bio-cemented soils will be presented, with a particular focus on how this technology can be integrated into mainstream geotechnical practice. Through the following points, under the scope of the ERC-funded BIOGEOS project, this talk will highlight to researchers and practitioners alike, the opportunities of a technology that will shape the future of low carbon soil remediation and stabilization practices:
• Applications & performance of bio-cemented soils
• Breaking the nitrogen barrier in biotic calcification
• Economics & environmental impact
• Equipment & monitoring
• Industrial practice: guidelines for successful integration
Date: 15 September 2020
Time: 13:30 CET / 07h30 ET / 19h30 Beijing Time
The third edition of the 3-day intensive course for practitioners and scientists entitled “Energy geostructures: analysis and design” will be held at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland, from November 2 to 4, 2020. The short-course aims to provide attendees with a sound theoretical understanding of the problems addressed as well as with practical and effective tools to address the considered subjects.
By attending this training, you will: (i) develop your understanding of the behaviour and performance of energy geostructures, such as energy piles, energy barrettes, energy walls and energy tunnels; (ii) increase your knowledge about the energy, geotechnical and structural analysis of energy geostructures with practical application exercises, including analytical and numerical simulation exercises and (iii) learn how to design energy geostructures following current standards through appropriate procedures.
The course has been designed with civil engineers in mind, but targets energy engineers, architects, urban project managers and geologists as well.
The number of participants for this intensive course is limited. The available spots are being filled on a first come first served basis. More information about the course can be found on its dedicated website.
Due to the COV-19 outbreak in all European countries in the last weeks, in agreement with the Chair and the Secretary of the TC-106, E-UNSAT 2020 conference to be held in Lisbon, Portugal, will be postponed. The new dates have been fixed to October 19-21, 2020.
Postponing the conference was necessary to allow for safe travelling and enjoying the event. Hopefully this delay will be enough for the emergency to be over. Further information can be found at https://eunsat2020.tecnico.ulisboa.pt