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“Masterclass course” for MSc and MEng students on Offshore Geophysics and Geotechnical Engineering – Imperial College (London)
Since 2010 the Imperial College Geotechnics Group has been arranging, along with the Society for Underwater Technology, a one day “Masterclass course” to be given on Offshore Geophysics and Geotechnical Engineering at Imperial College.
This year, the course will be held over two days remotely on MS Teams and we are very pleased to be able to extend the invitation to attend (usually restricted to UK participants) to MSc and final year MEng students from selected European universities.
The dates for this year’s course have been set for Wednesday 9th and Thursday 10th June 2021, from 12.00pm to 3.00pm on Wednesday and from 12.00pm to 4.00pm on Thursday (programme attached).
The course will be free to all MSc and MEng students who register with us by mid-May.
Contact person: firstname.lastname@example.org
Attachment: SUT OSIG MSc Day 2021 Schedule
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:
The Department of Engineering at Durham University (UK) is currently undergoing a period of strategic growth and is looking to fill nine new academic posts across a range of specialisations at various academic levels. We welcome applications from outstanding individuals with research and teaching interests in the following area:
Offshore Geotechnics – Assistant Professor grade 7/8
Durham University has demonstrated genuine international research leadership in the areas of geotechnical research and computational mechanics. The Department of Engineering is well equipped with cutting-edge testing facilities for geo-mechanics research, which offers researchers unique opportunities. The Geotechnical Laboratory has advanced element test apparatus for characterisation of cyclic behaviour of soils. Durham University has several High Performance Computing resources, including Hamilton Linux clusters, with about 4800 CPU cores.
Applicants must demonstrate research excellence in the field of offshore geotechnics, with the ability to teach our students to an exceptional standard in a range of topics and to fully engage in the services, citizenship and values of the University. The University provides a working and teaching environment which is inclusive and welcoming and where everyone is treated fairly with dignity and respect. Candidates will be expected to demonstrate these key principles as part of the assessment process.
Start Date: ideally 1 October 2021
The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering of the Hong Kong Polytechnic University invites applications for two postdoctoral positions in Computational Geomechanics. The positions offer the possibility of working on multiscale multiphysics modelling of fluid-structure-soil interaction in offshore geotechnics. Applicants must have a Ph.D. degree in Geotechnical Engineering, Computational Mechanics or other relevant disciplines and have the ability to build an independent, externally funded research program at the forefront of their field. Programming experience in C++/Fortran/etc. and numerical modelling experience using FEM/DEM/CFD code(s) are required. The positions are expected to get started as early as possible. Contract duration: 1~2 years (extensions are possible based on the performance of research achievements).
Closing date for applications: You may apply for this position until March 14, 2021 by email to the contacts given below. Interviews of shortlisted candidates will be scheduled with early close of application depending on the number of candidates received.
Contacts: Please submit an up-to-date curriculum vitae C.V. and a letter stating your motivation to apply and your key relevant qualities to Dr Yin-Fu JIN (email@example.com) and Dr. Jie YANG (firstname.lastname@example.org). Information of the research group can be found via: http://geoinvention.com/.
The University of Liverpool Division of Civil Engineering invites to the following webinar:
Foundations for Offshore Wind Turbines by Professor Britta Bienen, University of Western Australia
Tuesday 15 September 2020 12.00 BST (13.00 CET)
Details of how to register can be found at the following link
Postdoc position at Delft University of Technology – Numerical modelling of cyclic soil-monopile interaction
Applications are welcome for a 2.5-years postdoc position on the numerical modelling of cyclic soil-monopile interaction in offshore wind turbines at Delft University of Technology (Netherlands). The research work will include development, set-up and calibration of 3D FE monopile models, in combination with advanced constitutive modelling of cyclic sand behaviour. Design of the numerical simulation programme, and validation of obtained results, will be carried out in close collaboration with experimentalists and industry experts. The new knowledge gained from combined physical and numerical modelling will be oriented towards the formulation and implementation of a new engineering p-y model for the analysis of large-diameter monopiles in sand under cyclic loading.
Full description of the position and instructions for applicants can be found using the following link:
The closing date for applications is April 30th, 2020. Preferred starting date is November 1st, 2020.
Winter School “From research to practise in geotechnical engineering” – 12–17 January 2020, Ascona (Switzerland)
The Winter School “From research to practise in geotechnical engineering”, coordinated by Prof. I. Anastasopoulos, will take place in Ascona (Switzerland) from 12 to 17 January 2020.
With the ultimate goal of developing innovative mitigation techniques, the international geotechnical engineering community has made substantial efforts to gain deeper insights on geotechnical hazards. For the state of practice to advance, academics need to join forces with practitioners.
The Winter School aims to bring these two groups together, to question the status quo, and to propose out‐of‐the‐box solutions. The program will combine:
a) Keynote lectures by international experts from the academia and the industry;
b) Seminars on state‐of‐the‐art numerical and physical modelling techniques;
c) Presentations by the participants;
d) Panel sessions, where the participants will have a “debate” with industry and academia experts on the applicability of their ideas;
e) Special session on start‐ups, on the process of product development, from initial conception to founding of a new company.
More information in the attachment: WS-2020-Flyer
Registration deadline: 15 November 2019
Ai ricercatori interessati alle tematiche della geotecnica offshore segnaliamo che il 4th International Symposium on Frontiers in Offshore Geotechnics – ISFOG 2020, si terrà ad Austin, in Texas, dal 16 al 19 agosto 2020 [postponed until November 8-11, 2021] e che la scadenza per l’invio dei sommari è fissata al 31 maggio 2019.
Questi i principali argomenti: Site characterization; Offshore oil, gas and wind energy facilities; Alternative energy and other ocean and marine resources; Life extension and decommissioning; Disruptive technologies; Design methodologies; Rules, standards and regulations.
An opportunity has arisen for a Research Associate to work on experimental geotechnical laboratory and field studies carried out in conjunction with the ALPACA Joint Industry Project. The latter is a major research project that is being advanced in association with University of Oxford, funded by EPSRC and Industry. Professor R J Jardine is the Principal Investigator, with Dr Stavroula Kontoe as Co-Investigator. The project is directed towards the cost-effective design of foundations for offshore wind-turbines, especially those for chalk dominated sites. This is a fixed term appointment that will commence from December 2018 or later and extend up to end of February 2020.
Closing date: 28 October 2018
More information at: www.imperial.ac.uk/jobs/description/ENG00523/research-associate