Department of Mechanics: Vacancies

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Academic positions

3 Lecturers and 3 Professors in Civil Engineering
Description: The University of Dundee is currently looking for staff at Lecturer and Professorial level in Civil Engineering, as part of a programme of expansion. There are three of each post available and these can be held in any area of Civil Engineering. We would be particularly keen for strong candidates in geotechnical engineering to apply.
Contact: Further information and details of how to apply can be found at For informal enquiries of a geotechnical nature, please contact; general enquiries should be directed to the Head of Department, Professor Ping Dong .

Postdoctoral positions

  • VUT v Brně
Výzkumná oblast: Spolehlivost a stochastická nelineární lomová mechanika
Projekt na 3 roky
Přihlášky do 24.8.2012
Kontakt: prof. Ing. Drahomír Novák, DrSc., Ústav stavební mechaniky,
Research topic: Geo-mechanical investigations of bio-improved soils
Contract duration: 18 months
  • LTDS, Ecole Centrale de Lyon, France
Research topic: Modelling of the behaviour of a rockfill dam having a stone pitching using a DEM
Contract duration: 12 months, starting from 1 September 2012
Contact: Eric Vincens,
  • GeM, Ecole Centrale de Nantes, France
Research topic: Risk-based selection of constitutive models for geotechnical analysis
Contract duration: 12 months, starting from September 2012 (negotiable)
Contact: Pierre Yves Hicher,
  • Technische Universität Braunchweig, Institute of Scientific Computing, Braunschweig, Germany
Research topic: Advanced tools for uncertainty quantification and updating
Contract duration: at least one year
Contact: Anička Kučerová,

Industry offers

Dynardo GmbH

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