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Advanced course on Coupled processes in fracture propagation in Geo-Materials: from hydraulic fracture to earthquakes


We are delightled to announce an advanced summer course on hydraulic fracture & earthquake mechanics which will be held at CISM (The international center for mechanical science) in Udine, Italy from June 10 to 14, 2019.

This summer course targets graduate students, engineers as well as researchers interested in recent advances in the mechanical modeling of both fluid-driven fractures and earthquakes. 

PhD opening in computational mechanics at EPFL

I have a PhD opening in my group to start in 2017 on the multiscale modeling of fluid driven fracture propagation.

Interested individuals should contact me, and submit in parallel an application to EPFL doctoral school in mechanics

(see for more details about the mechanics PhD program at EPFL and the application process).


A brief description of the topic can be found in attached file.

PhD Positions at EPFL Geo-Energy Lab

There are two PhDs opening in my group at EPFL: one on dense suspensions flow & one on experimental investigation in hydraulic fracturing. More details can be found on the group web page at


Post-doctoral position in computational and theoretical mechanics at EPFL - Geo-Energy Lab

I am looking for a post-doctoral candidate in the area of computational & theoretical mechanics to work on problems related to hydraulic fracturing. Details of the position and of the application procedure can be found in attachment to this post or online at

Position in R&D with Schlumberger

Schlumberger, in relation with its R&D effort related to Co2 Storage
(, is looking for a highly innovative
and motivated individual with a background in geo-mechanics to join its
multi-disciplinary engineering team. A PhD in a field related to
geo-mechanics (Solid mechanics, fracture mechanics, civil engineering,
geophysics etc.) is necessary. No prior work experience is required. The

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