The Airport Concrete Pavement Technology Program (ACPTP) has issued a Request for proposals for Mitigating Potential Alkali-Silica Reaction Expansion in Airfield Concrete Pavements.
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The University of West London, UK welcomes PhD applications (UK/EU applicants) in the pavement engineering and infrastructure health monitoring domains under the Vice-Chancellor´s Scholarships Programme.
Available project calls are focussed in the areas of:
i) Satellite remote sensing and ground-based non-destructive testing methods for transport infrastructure monitoring (highways, railways and airfields);
ii) ML algorithms for the non-destructive assessment of pavements.
More information about the calls (Civil Engineering Section) can be found here.
In addition, information about the Vice-Chancellor´s Scholarships Programme can be found here.
**The deadline for applications will be on July 5th, 2021**
If you have further questions, please contact:
Professor Fabio Tosti (University of West London)
The Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering (CEE) at Rowan University invites applications for a non-tenure track, ¾ time teaching position for the 2021 Fall and 2022 Spring semester (September 1, 2021 – June 30, 2022). The successful candidates will be responsible for teaching innovative and project-based courses in the Civil & Environmental Engineering curriculum.
Please click here for more information and details on applying.
Please click here for more information on the Research Materials Engineer Position:
This position is located in the Office of Infrastructure R&D (HRDI) of the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) Office of Research, Development, and Technology (HRT).
The Materials Research Engineer Responsibilities:
The ideal candidate for this position is a professional engineer with skill to apply knowledge and experience in materials or pavements, analysis, research, statistics, and experimental design.
The University of California Pavement Research Center at UC Davis has an opening for an Applications Programmer. The successful applicant will support and further develop existing software applications, develop new software applications, and provide IT support, within a pavement research program. Engineering activities include developing, maintaining and improving web-based pavement engineering design, analysis, and management tools; developing and maintaining databases and web-based user interfaces for storing results from pavement materials testing in the laboratory, on test tracks within the ATIRC facility, and on projects on state highways; and setting up and supervising maintenance of websites for the Pavement Research Center. The position will also produce software documentation, generate online help, track bugs and new feature requests, and track usage data.
For more information and details on applying:
Please see the link below for a FHWA vacancy announcement for a Civil Engineer (Pavement & Materials).
Please see the following link for a job opportunity with VDOT: Job announcement - Statewide Pavement Design & Evaluation Program Manager, Virginia DOT
If you have questions, please contact Rob Crandol, Assistant State Materials Engineer, VDOT (Robert.email@example.com).
The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of California - Davis is looking for an Associate or Full Professor of Pavement Engineering.
Please see all the information on the following link:
Dr. Jenny Liu at Missouri University of Science and Technology seeks a Post Doc Research Associate to join her materials and pavement group. The candidate will assist Dr. Liu in 1) developing and leading projects in asphaltic materials and pavement engineering, 2) preparing and contributing to technical reports/publications/presentations, 3) contributing to the preparation, presentation, and follow-up of proposals, and 4) managing the research group and the lab. The candidate should have solid academic background and experience in asphaltic materials and pavement engineering, and must be self-motivated, autonomous and work efficiently with strong work ethic and a good team spirit. Excellent written and oral communication skills are essential. Position is available immediately and please contact Dr. Liu (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you are interested.
The University of California Pavement Research Center at UC Davis has an opening for a Heavy Vehicle Simulator (HVS) Operations Engineer. The successful applicant will manage the day-to-day operations of the accelerated pavement testing facility (2 HVSs). For more information visit: