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Thanks to the GEOLAB project, it is possible to offer – free of charge – a total of 11 research facilities in the fields of geotechnical and environmental engineering. You can find information about these 11 research infrastructures in the attached PDF file.
As you and/or your research team may be interested on using some of these research infrastructures, we let you know that on June 23rd, from 10 to 12 AM (CEST), a webinar to present them and the call for proposal mechanisms will be celebrated.
The GEOLAB project will last for three years and there will be call for proposals every year.
Attachment: D08.01 Description Geolab RI_v1.0_FINAL
Webinar registration: link
Ineris proposes a post-doctoral position on the understanding and modelling of THMC processes in deep geothermal systems.
The postdoctoral position is offered in the Natural Hazards, Underground structures and storages unit within the Site and Territory Division. The unit activity covers all aspects of risks prevention related to the exploitation and post-exploitation of ground and underground including underground excavations, abandoned mines, salt caverns, deep boreholes, gas underground storage, geothermal systems and rock slopes. The core expertise of the unit is numerical modelling of thermo-hydromechanical and chemical (THMC) coupled processes in geomechanics.
This post-doctoral is expected to begin on 15th March 2021 for 6 months. The application should be submitted in French or in English. It must include a resume (including a list of publications and the names and positions of your former research advisers) and a cover letter. —> Mail to: email@example.com
Hydro-mechanical instabilities in low permeability geomaterials
The topic deals with the experimental identification of quantitative interactions between the micro-structure of low permeability geomaterials, the heterogeneous fluid flow through them and their deformation. In particular coupled hydro-mechanical instabilities, say couplings between fluid fingering and strain localization, will be quantitatively investigated. The study is developed within the framework of the ANR project called «STOWENG» underground STOrage of reneWable ENergies in low permeability Geomaterials.
Starting date: 2021-01-01
More information in the attached file: PostDoc_ECN_2021
Post-doc offers at Ecole Centrale de Nantes (GeM Laboratory), ERC-StG Project “Controlling earthQuakes (CoQuake)”:
1 Post-Doc position in “MULTISCALE NUMERICAL MODELING OF EARTHQUAKE FAULTS” (duration 1 to 2 years). Attached pdf
1 Post-Doc position in “LABORATORY EXPERIMENTS OF EARTHQUAKE CONTROL” (duration 1 to 2 years). Attached pdf
The positions are open and will start upon agreement. Suitable, highly‐motivated candidates should send an application (including a CV, a cover letter describing interests and qualifications related to the offered position and contact details of two reference Professors, all compiled in a single pdf file) to firstname.lastname@example.org .
For more details see attached pdfs and http://coquake.eu/index.php/recruitment/ .
The call is open until all the positions will be filled. Candidates are urged to apply as early as they can, contacting email@example.com .
More information in the attachment: LMS-EPFL-openpositions
The State Key Laboratory of Geohazard Prevention and Geoenvironment Protection (SKLGP), Chengdu University of Technology, Chengdu, Sichuan, China, is seeking several full-time Postdoctoral Research Fellows to join the laboratory research groups on experimental soil mechanics and rock mechanics. The posts are fixed-term for 24 months, with possibility of renewal up to three years, starting as soon as possible thereafter. The interviews of the selected candidate will be held around 1st of March, 2019.
More information at: www.earthworks-jobs.com/geoscience/chengdu19011.html
The Laboratory of Soil Mechanics at École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) is currently looking for two PhD students and a Postdoctoral researcher to conduct research in THM testing and modelling of geomaterials as part of research activities on nuclear waste storage.
The positions are open as of January 1st 2019, or upon agreement. More information on these positions can be found in the attached document. Interested candidates should submit their application to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Department of Civil Engineering at the Lassonde School of Engineering invites applications from qualified individuals for a tenure-track professorial-stream position at the Assistant Professor level in Geotechnical Engineering to commence on July 1, 2019. Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience. All York University positions are subject to budgetary approval.
We are looking to appoint a highly motivated candidate who will contribute to the Department’s goal of establishing a state-of-the-art advanced experimental geotechnics facility, focused on laboratory and field testing of saturated, unsaturated and frozen soils, and other geomaterials, such as waste and mine tailings. Other focus areas of this position can include: geotechnical field instrumentation and monitoring for geohazards; environmental geotechnics; energy geotechnics; experimental geochemistry; transportation geotechnics; and mining geotechnics. The successful candidate is expected to play a key role in the teaching of undergraduate and graduate geotechnical engineering courses.
Posting End Date: November 30, 2018
More information at: http://webapps.yorku.ca/academichiringviewer/viewposition.jsp?positionnumber=1824
The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Auckland invites applications from outstanding candidates for a position in Geotechnical Engineering at the Lecturer / Senior Lecturer / Associate Professor level.
The candidate will be expected to develop a strong research programme, to teach undergraduate and postgraduate courses in the Civil and Environmental Engineering programmes and to participate in the administrative activities of the Department, the Faculty of Engineering and the University.
The selected candidate must:
- hold a Ph.D. in Geotechnical Engineering
- have an excellent academic record as evidenced by a publication record appropriate to the appointment level sought
- demonstrate experience and expertise in specialised laboratory and/or innovative field-based research.
It is anticipated that the area of research and professional practice may involve geotechnical characterisation of problematic soils, slope engineering, rock and tunnel engineering, geotechnical earthquake engineering, and/or other emerging geotechnical specialties.
More information at: https://engineeroxy.com/announcement,a5196.html