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Geotechnical Engineering PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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Multi-method field stiffness characterisation for offshore wind turbine foundation design

The School of Engineering of the University of Glasgow is seeking a highly motivated graduate to undertake an exciting PhD project entitled ‘Multi-method field stiffness characterisation for offshore wind turbine foundation design’ within the Infrastructure and Environment Division. Read more

Development of HBMIM model for 3D automatic monitoring of heritage building

Through this PhD program, it will be established a SMART monitoring system suitable for heritage buildings. Heritage buildings not only require long-term monitoring, but also have constraints that make it difficult to install sensors in the building. Read more

Pattern Formation in Dissolving Rocks as a Tool to Reconstruct Paleoclimate

We seek a PhD student interested in research on pattern formation in dissolving porous rocks. The interdisciplinary project involves laboratory experiments and field work on rock dissolution processes. Read more

Computational modelling and risk assessment of heavy rainfall impacts on transport infrastructure

Description of the project. This highly exciting project help to address one of the most challenging engineering problems – adapting to climate change, and help the student to learning highly sought-after skills and knowledge for a wide range of career paths. Read more

The effect of cross-sectional shape on ground movements arising from deep shaft excavation

Background. In many cities, the existing buried transport infrastructure can be of significant age. At the time of its construction, accessibility, particularly for those considered as Mobility Impaired Persons (MIPs), was not considered. Read more

Hydrological controls on the Vaiont landslide

The Vaiont landslide occurred in 1963 in northern Italy and has perplexed researchers ever since. Recently, however, new geological information and interpretations have led to an entirely new framework for understanding the event. Read more

Understanding the type, distribution and mechanical properties of interfaces in geological systems

Funding and Deadline. To be eligible for support, applicants must be “UK Residents” as defined by the EPSRC1. The studentship is for 3.5 years starting in October 2022 and will provide full coverage of standard tuition fees and an annual tax-free stipend of approximately £17,609. Read more
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