The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of New Hampshire, has a full-time post-doctoral position in pavement resilience and pavement engineering. The successful candidate will be responsible for developing generalized damage functions for pavements subject to the impacts of sea level rise and climate change to support adaptation decisions, managing graduate and undergraduate students, writing technical papers and reports, and presenting research results at meetings and conferences.
The project that the candidate will be working on is funded by NOAA Effects of Sea Level Rise Program (click here to see more).
Full information and details on applying can be found here.
For more enquiries about The University of New Hampshire Center for Infrastructure Resilience to Climate please contact Professor Jo Sias, email@example.com.
The University of Nottingham (United Kingdom) has an opening for a full-time Professor in the Department of Civil Engineering.
Please refer to this link for more information and details on applying. The closing date for application is Friday, February 24th, 2023.
For enquires about the Nottingham Transportation Engineering Centre (NTEC) Research Group please contact Professor Gordon Airey, firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Department of Civil, Environmental, and Geospatial Engineering at Michingan Technological University invites applications for assistant professor, tenure-track faculty positions.
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The University of California, Davis is seeking Project Scientist(s) to make significant and creative contributions to a research or creative project in his/her academic discipline within Professor Sabbie Miller’s Lab.
More information regarding position description, basic and preferred qualifications, application requirements, and anticipated start date is available here.
The School of Computing and Engineering at the University of West London (UK) invites applications for fully funded PhD scholarships (International applicants) in the pavement engineering and infrastructure health monitoring domains.
Available project calls are focused in the areas of:
i) Optical Fibre Sensors for Large Structures Monitoring.
ii) Visualizing and Communicating Data from Remote Sensing and Non-Destructive Testing Using Immersive Technology for Civil Infrastructure and Environmental Asset Monitoring.
Prospective candidates must hold a post-graduate (Master) degree relevant to the project, as per the respective call here (“Electrical and electronic engineering” and “Extended reality and multimedia” sections).
**The deadline for applications will be on July 17th, 2022**
Preliminary enquiries can be directed to Prof. Fabio Tosti (Fabio.Tosti@uwl.ac.uk)
A full time post-doctoral position in pavement resilience and pavement engineering is available in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of New Hampshire.
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There is a job post for a Materials Technology Center Supervisor at Walbec Group Company. Graduate students who have worked in the area of asphalt materials and nearing completion of their degree are encouraged to apply.
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The Department of Civil and Architectural Engineering at Qatar University is currently inviting applicants for the newly established Ashghal Chair in the area of usage of Recycled Materials in Infrastructure Projects.
Please see this document for more information on the full position and details on applying.
Preliminary inquiries can be directed to Prof. Mohammed Hussein, Head, Department of Civil and Architectural Engineering, Qatar University, email@example.com
The South China University of Technology (SCUT) has an opening for a post doc position. The selected candidate will be working in the research group of Prof. Chichun Hu, which focuses on pavement engineering. The research group works on novel asphalt mixtures containing new additives, smart materials in pavements and new maintenance technology.
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The School of Computing and Engineering at the University of West London (UK) invites applications for a Post-Doc Research Fellow position in Theory and Applications of Remote Sensing Techniques and Methods (InSAR) (3 Years FTC). The successful candidate should have a strong knowledge and experience of the theory, numerical developments, and applications of InSAR and other remote sensing techniques for civil and environmental engineering applications, including transport infrastructure monitoring, and ability to teach relevant subjects at both undergraduate and postgraduate level in higher education. The successful applicant will also contribute significantly to develop and prepare bids for obtaining externally funded research projects and working as part of a team of academics and researchers within the Faringdon Research Centre of the University (part of the School of Computing and Engineering).
**The deadline for applications will be on March 22nd, 2022**
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Preliminary inquiries can be directed to Prof. Fabio Tosti, Deputy Director of the Faringdon Centre, Fabio.Tosti@uwl.ac.uk