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- MODELING UNSTABLE GAS INFILTRATION THROUGH INITIALLY SATURATED GEOMATERIALS – Centrale Nantes and Université de Liège
The PhD will be carried out at Ecole Centrale de Nantes and Université de Liège under the co-supervision of Giulio SCIARRA, Frédéric COLLIN and Panagiotis KOTRONIS. This file contains all the details about this opportunity, including the project objectives, application process and contact details.To apply, please use this link.
- MULTISCALE STUDY OF THE TEMPERATURE-DEPENDENT BEHAVIOR OF CEMENT-BASED MATERIALS – University Grenoble Alpes / 3SR laboratory
A PhD position is currently open at University Grenoble Alpes / 3SR laboratory, for the multiscale study of the temperature-dependent behavior of cement-based materials. This file contains all the details about this opportunity, including the project objectives, application process and contact details.
PhD position – Progettazione di interventi ecosostenibili di riduzione della pericolosità delle frane alla luce dei cambiamenti climatici
Presso la Scuola di Ingegneria dell’Università della Basilicata è disponibile una borsa di studio aggiuntiva per il XXXVIII ciclo del corso di dottorato in INGEGNERIA PER L’INNOVAZIONE E LO SVILUPPO SOSTENIBILE. La borsa è finanziata dalla Regione Basilicata e include fra le possibili tematiche la “Progettazione di interventi ecosostenibili di riduzione della pericolosità delle frane alla luce dei cambiamenti climatici“. Scadenza per la presentazione delle domande ore 14:00 del 20 Gennaio 2023. Per maggiori informazioni consultare il bando o contattare la docente di riferimento Prof.ssa Caterina Di Maio (email@example.com).
- COUPLED COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS (CFD) AND GRANULAR FLOW – The University of Sydney
A funded PhD position is available in the Sydney Centre in Geomechanics and Mining Materials (SciGEM) at The University of Sydney on heterarchical stochastic modelling of granular media. Applications close 1 January 2023. Please contact Prof.r Itai Einav (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information or to apply with CV and cover letter.
- FROM GEO-RESOURCES TO ENERGY STORAGE: HOW DO UNDERGROUND LITHOLOGIES RESPOND TO THERMO-MECHANICAL COUPLING? – HWU
The scope of this PhD project is to use different scale observations to model and predict the stability of targeted lithologies in underground complex systems when those are subjected to cyclic TM stress changes over prolonged periods. More information on the project and how to apply in this flyer.
- MODELLING OF WAVE PROPAGATION IN SOILS DUE TO RAIL TRAFFIC – Delft University of Technology
Delft University of Technology is seeking candidates for a PhD position on the Numerical and Geophysical Modelling of Wave Propagation in Soils due to Rail Traffic. The candidate should have a strong background in numerical modelling and soil mechanics, and have a genuine interest and aptitude for the development, computer implementation and application of numerical and probabilistic-based algorithms. Deadline for applications: 14 January 2023. Further details can be found at this page.
- LOW CARBON CONSTRUCTION OF EARTHWORKS – Teesside University
Teesside University is offering a fully funded PhD opportunity in the field of geotechnics, with the topic “Low carbon construction of earthworks considering suction and three-dimension effects and reuse of waste materials”. The research work involves analytical, numerical and statistical modelling. Therefore, applicant is expected to have good mathematical and programming skills. Applicant is encouraged to contact Dr Huang with a CV, motivational letter and research plan (optional) before making the application. Application deadline is on 01/02/2023 5:00PM (UK time). For details on the position, please refer to this web-page.
Two funded PhD positions are now available at the University of Genoa on Geotechnical Engineering.
Deadline for application June 30, 2022.
More info on the topic and on the application procedure on this page.
The Soil Mechanics group at Charles University, Prague (Czech Republic), is seeking motivated PhD students with experience in modelling and/or experiments to work on the following projects:
1) Calibration of advanced constitutive models
2) Evaluation of soil behaviour including creep and numerical modelling of slow-moving landslides in Central Bohemian Uplands
3) Thermal effects on the residual shear strength and creep behaviour of clays
Details on the projects and applications can be found here. Application deadline: 13 March 2022.