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PhD Student in Soil Mechanics at Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne (EPFL)

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A position for a PhD student-assistant is now open in the laboratory of soil mechanics at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Lausanne (EPFL). The proposed subject on the issue of environmental geomechanics (to be changed/ completed if needed) is a part of the research & development activities within the laboratory of soil mechanics (LMS). PhD works might be of experimental or modelling nature or both, relying on state-of-the art laboratory equipment and computational resources. The hired PhD student will also work as a teaching assistant for the civil engineering section of EPFL.

Candidates should own an Engineering Degree, an Advanced Master of studies or more, and a strong interest in Mechanics of solids and fluids and environmental issues. All nationalities are welcome, top rated students are favoured. More information on the Soil mechanics laboratory can be found on our website http://lms.epfl.ch/en

Suitable, highly-motivated candidates should send electronic applications (as a single PDF) to Prof. Lyesse Laloui lyesse.laloui@epfl.ch with copy to Mrs. karine.barone@epfl.ch .The application file will include a cover letter describing interests and qualifications for the position and a complete curriculum vitae. If selected, the candidate will have to meet the requirements of EPFL doctoral school before being hired at LMS.

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