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ALERT Geomaterials Workshop 27th September to 29th September
ALERT Doctoral School 30th September to 2nd October
Aussois, France (or online)
Information and the link to the registration script can be found here.
As sanitary conditions are improving, it was decided to propose you two alternatives for your registration to the workshop and doctoral school: either you can come and participate in Aussois, or you can attend those remotely. Don’t worry, your choice can always be modified later on, as the sanitary conditions may change. As a reminder, the restrictions for entering France will depend on your country of departure and your vaccination status.
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
Vi trasmettiamo la call for abstracts per la sessione “Bridging the gap between experiments and modelling: from laboratory testing to material models prediction” dell’Alert Geomaterials Workshop 2021. La sessione è coordinata da Béatrice Baudet, Federica Cotecchia e Cristina Jommi.
La scadenza per l’invio degli abstract (extended deadline) è il 20 giugno 2021.
Allegato: ALERT 2021 call_abstracts final
Pagina web del workshop: http://alertgeomaterials.eu/category/workshop/
The Department of Engineering at Durham University (UK) is advertising a Postdoctoral Research Associate in Offshore Foundation Systems position. The postdoctoral researcher will work on a British Council funded project entitled “Floating hybrid renewable energy systems in Turkey”. This project aims to develop a design for hybrid floating wind turbine solar energy foundation systems. The project involves collaboration with the Middle East Technical University and industry partners in Turkey. The postdoctoral researcher will carry out advanced numerical simulations to predict the response of the foundations and the anchorage systems.
The employment contract will be up to 16/02/2023 (about 23 months). The deadline for the application is 22 April 2021. More details can be found at:
One position of “Researcher in Geotechnical Engineering: physical and numerical modelling” is available at the Gustave Eiffel University, Nantes campus, France.
The application is open until the 19th March 2021 (https://www.concours.developpement-durable.gouv.fr/charge-e-de-recherche-du-developpement-durable-de-a126.html).
More information in the attached file: position_Gustave_Eiffel_University
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: firstname.lastname@example.org
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/
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 email@example.com .
For more details see attached pdfs and http://coquake.eu/index.php/recruitment/ .
The Institute of GeoEnergy Engineering, at Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, UK, is looking for a postdoctoral researcher to work on a project, funded by UK Natural Environment Research Council (NERC), with a focus on pore-scale numerical modelling of gas transport mechanisms. Details about the position can be found at the following addresses:
Applications are welcome for a 1.5-year post-doc position (with extension opportunities) to investigate the cyclic behaviour of a geomembrane energy storage system. The successful candidate will investigate the cyclic behaviour of energy storage technology recently developed in Denmark.
Candidates should possess a PhD degree in Civil/Geotechnical Engineering or related areas, proven experience in numerical modelling, preferably including soil-structure interaction problems and cyclic loading, and excellent knowledge of soil mechanics and foundation engineering. Acquaintance with the finite element software ABAQUS® is appreciated (but not mandatory).
A more detailed description of the project can be found in the attached pdf.
The project will be conducted in a team with Professor Lars Vabbersgaard Andersen, Professor (Docent) Kenny Kataoka Sørensen and Assistant Professor Hans Henning Stutz. For more information about this vacancy, please contact Hans Henning Stutz (Main supervisor) firstname.lastname@example.org
The position will be available until it is filled.