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Granular materials, such as soils, agricultural seeds, metallic and ceramic powders, and pharmaceutical powders, are common in nature and have many industrial applications. They possess unique physical properties and a complicated flow behaviour. MATHEGRAM aims to improve our understanding of the thermomechanical behaviour of granular materials.
MATHEGRAM is now recruiting 15 Early Stage Researchers (ESRs). Each ESR will work at a beneficiary institute with a 36-month employment contract and will register as a PhD at a European University within the MATHEGRAM network or affiliated universities. Each ESR will also receive additional training at the network level and undergo secondments at academic and/or non-academic MATHEGRAM partners.
More information at: https://euraxess.ec.europa.eu/jobs/338785
È stato bandito il concorso di ammissione al Dottorato di Ricerca (XXXIV Ciclo) in “Fenomeni e Rischi Ambientali (FERIA)”.
Tale dottorato è gestito congiuntamente dal Dipartimento di Ingegneria e dal Dipartimento di Scienze e Tecnologie dell’Università degli Studi di Napoli Parthenope. Nel Collegio dei Docenti sono presenti due professori di Geotecnica.
Il bando è reperibile sul sito web dell’Ateneo Parthenope (https://www.uniparthenope.it/bando/bando-dottorato-xxxiv-ciclo)
La scadenza per la presentazione delle domande è il giorno 27 agosto 2018.
Title: The hydraulic control of the rhizosphere on rainfall-induced fast-moving shallow landslides
Duration: 3 years
Start date: 01/10/2018 (later date can be negotiated)
Eligibility: Applications from Home/Rest of UK/EU applicants & First Class Honours (or equivalent)
Where: Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Scotland
Supervisor: Professor Alessandro Tarantino
Maggiori dettagli alla pagina: http://alertgeomaterials.eu/2018/07/phd-position-at-the-university-of-strathclyde/
Dr Yilin Gui is looking for candidates who could be interested in a PhD scholarship in Newcastle.
This doctoral project is about the development of a thermo-hydro-mechanical model capable of describing the effect of CO2 intermittent injection and expansion on the stability of a wellbore. The project starts from September 2018 and it lasts for 3.5 years. The closing date for submitting the application is the 13th of July.
For more information, the advertisement of the project is at the following link: https://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/BKI411/phd-studentship-in-engineering-wellbore-stability-for-carbon-sequestration-in-geological-formations/