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Catch us at the Swiss Geoscience Meeting, 17 – 18 November

This week the Swiss Geoscience Meeting will be hosted by the Snow and Avalanche Research SLF and the Platform Geosciences of the Swiss Academy of Sciences in Davos, Switzerland. The meeting offers a great chance to keep in touch with scientists from across the country with broad interdisciplinary interests. This year we’ll be presenting work from an environmentally-driven […]

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Find me at EGU 2017

As usual, there’s plenty happening at EGU this year. You can find me at any one of these locations: Monday Mon, 24 Apr, 15:30–15:45, Room N1, GM1.6/BG9.38/HS11.11/NH8.8/TS4.7 | | Highlight Dynamic fracture development in response to extreme summer temperatures: 27/7/2014, Långören Island, Finland (EGU2017-16387) by Kerry Leith, Matthew Perras, Topias Siren, Tuomas Rantanen, Suvi Heinonen, […]

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Neutron diffraction measurements

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Project description

This PhD combines geomorphologic and engineering geological approaches to gain a better understanding of rock slopes and associated hazards posing a risk to life and key infrastructure. New insights are expected by integrating material mechanics, in particular stress corrosion, in the assessment of fracture propagation and, thus, instability of rock slopes. We assess conditioning processes […]

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See the ETH Engineering Geology website for open offers

See the ETH Engineering Geology website for open offers

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