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PhD student or Postdoc Position available at Columbia University

A PhD or postdoc position is available in  computational multiscale modelling of geological materials at my research group.Interested candidates please visit http://gradengineering.columbia.edu/onlineapplication for general information. Answers of general admission question can be found at http://gradengineering.columbia.edu/frequently-asked-questions-2.  

Webinar: Digital Petrophysics Workflows for Cost Effective Reservoir Analysis - November 30th

Rock physics

Presented by Carlos A. Santos M. (Repsol Technology Center, Spain) 

Wednesday, November 30, 2016: 8 AM EST (East Coast) / 1 PM GMT (UK) / 2 PM CET (Europe) / 6.30 PM IST (India)

Join this webinar to discover how Repsol’s digital petrophysics workflow is producing meaningful inputs for rock typing and reservoir characterisation with the highest value solution available.

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EMI San Diego Mini-symposium on Geomechanics (MS61)

Dear colleagues, 

We would like to invite you to submit abstracts for our mini-symposium (MS61) on Computational Geomechanics in the upcoming EMI conference (June 4-7, 2017) at San Diego. The scope of the mini-symposium is listed below:

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EMI Mini-symposium for Computational Geomechanics

Dear colleagues, 

I am writing to invite you to submit abstract to the Computational Geomechanics mini-symposium at the EMI Vanderbilt conference, from May 22th to 26th, 2016. The mini-symposium is co-organized by myself, Prof. Qiushi Chen, Prof. Xiayu Song, Dr. Joshua White, Prof. Richard Regueiro, Prof. Jose Andrade, Prof. Majid Manzaril and Prof. Ronaldo Borja.

The deadline for the abstract submission is Oct 15th, 2015. 

More information can be found at URL below: 

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Doctoral Student Positions in Computational Geomechanics at UBC

Two doctoral student positions are available in the Theoretical and Applied Geomechanics group of the Civil Engineering Department at the University of British Columbia (UBC), Vancouver, Canada. The successful candidates will work on various topics related to theoretical, computational, and applied geomechanics, including advanced constitutive modeling, scientific programming, and applications particularly in the area of geotechnical earthquake engineering.  A recent Master’s degree in soil mechanics or a related field is required.

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ICCM2015 - Advances in Computational Geomechanics

As part of the 6th International Conference on Computational Methods (ICCM2015, www.sci-en-tech.com/ICCM2015), to be held in Auckland, New Zealand on Jul 14-17th, 2015, we (Giang D. Nguyen, Ha H. Bui and Vinh Phu Nguyen) are organising a Mini Symposium titled “Advances in Computational Geomechanics”.

 

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