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Geotechnical Engineering PhD Research Projects

We have 46 Geotechnical Engineering PhD Research Projects

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Resilience-based management of transport infrastructure enhanced by digital data and Artificial Intelligence (AI)

The candidate may have any background in civil and/or structural engineering and will have an understanding of digital data and value of digital twins, and how to process data using streamlined Artificial Intelligence methods for solving engineering problems. Read more

Environmental Impact of Construction on Peatlands

Reducing greenhouse gasses (GHG) emissions is one of the main goals of the 1997 Kyoto Protocol and the Paris Agreement (signed in 2015 during COP21) which seeks to limit the global raise in temperature to 1.5 °C. Read more

Resilience-based management of transport infrastructure enhanced by digital data and Artificial Intelligence (AI)

The candidate may have any background in civil and/or structural engineering and will have an understanding of digital data and value of digital twins, and how to process data using streamlined Artificial Intelligence methods for solving engineering problems. 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

University of Bath URSA project: Impact of extreme weather on coal landslide hazards

This project is one of a number that are in competition for funding from the. University of Bath URSA competition. Project. Wales has been subject to a number of coal tip landslides over recent years, the biggest of which occurred at Tylorstown when 60,000 tonnes of material failed following Storm Dennis. Read more

The influence of particle characteristics on the field-scale geomechanical behaviour of soils

It is well recognised that many geotechnical phenomena, such as liquefaction, crushing, dissolution effects and failure are affected by macro-scale properties such as initial density, anisotropy, permeability and compressibility, amongst others. Read more

NECESSARY (Net zEro CEments for Soil Stabilisation via wAste RecoverY)

  Research Group: Architecture, Built Environment and Planning
This is an exciting opportunity to work on an industrial PhD research project at Ulster University with the UK’s leading specialist in ‘deep soil mixing’ (DSM) ground improvement, Deep Soil Mixing Ltd. Read more

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