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*'''Swiss Federal Institute of Technology at Lausanne ([http://www.epfl.ch%20 EPFL]), Switzerland'''
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*'''Swiss Federal Institute of Technology at Lausanne ([http://www.epfl.ch EPFL]), Switzerland'''
 
:Faculty position in '''Rock Mechanics'''
 
:Faculty position in '''Rock Mechanics'''
 
:Topics of interest are covering fundamental research in rock mechanics by experimental and/or numerical approaches, including, but not necessarily limited to, rock engineering applications to tunnelling and underground construction, land sliding, earthquake engineering, geo-energy (nuclear waste disposal, deep geothermal energy, …) as well as deep well injection.
 
:Topics of interest are covering fundamental research in rock mechanics by experimental and/or numerical approaches, including, but not necessarily limited to, rock engineering applications to tunnelling and underground construction, land sliding, earthquake engineering, geo-energy (nuclear waste disposal, deep geothermal energy, …) as well as deep well injection.

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Academic positions

  • Swiss Federal Institute of Technology at Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland
Faculty position in Rock Mechanics
Topics of interest are covering fundamental research in rock mechanics by experimental and/or numerical approaches, including, but not necessarily limited to, rock engineering applications to tunnelling and underground construction, land sliding, earthquake engineering, geo-energy (nuclear waste disposal, deep geothermal energy, …) as well as deep well injection.
Details: https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/3659
Applications: https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/EPFL/Architecture%2C%20Civil%20and%20Environmental%20Engineering%20%28ENAC%29/3659/apply

Postdoctoral positions

The Division of GeoEngineering at Chalmers is looking for a dynamic and talented individual for the position of Marie Curie Fellow (Experienced Researcher) to work on constitutive model development, verification and validation, with focus on modelling rate-dependent behaviour of soft natural soils. The post requires an undergraduate degree in Engineering, and a PhD degree (or at least 4 years of full time research experience) in computational mechanics or geotechnics or a similar topic. For more details see this announcement.
Seven research positions in the field of modeling, simulation, assessment and optimization of multi-functional materials and structures

Industry offers

Academic job servers

A worldwide list of open academic positions at all levels is provided by the AcademicKeys.
A list of open positions in geomechanics and concrete mechanics is maintained by ALERT Geomaterials.