Welcome back to school! The talented members of our GéoMéchanique group of Laboratoire 3SR made good use of their “summer vacation” by publishing papers, hiring new doctoral students, and adding a permanent member to the staff. In other news, we have master’s student defenses coming up next week. Read on for details!
Two masters students are taking fresh PhD positions:
Chiara Rossi – starting December
PhD project: A micro-mechanical approach to cemented granular materials
Supervisors: Alessandro Tengattini, Pierre Bésuelle, Cino Viggiani
Country of origin: Italy
Meanwhile, we welcome Alessandro Tengattini as an Assistant Professor (Maitre de Conférences) at UGA in Laboratoire 3SR:
Master’s defense schedule ahead!
Next week, we have the opportunity to watch the master’s students defend their work between 07/09-10/09. The schedules each day vary, but the defenses will generally occur between 9 am and 5:30 pm. For those interested, here is a file containing the master’s student defense times.
A look at some recent publications
William Chèvremont, Hugues Bodiguel, Bruno Chareyre, (2020) Lubricated contact model for numerical simulations of suspensions, Powder Technology, 72. (temporary open-access link | permanent link).
Tengattini A., Andò E., Lenoir N., Viggiani G. (2020) – Neutron imaging for geomechanics: a review. Geomechanics for Energy and the Environment (accepted in June 2020).
Karapiperis K., Harmon J., Viggiani G., Andò E., Andrade J. (2020) – Investigating the Incremental Behavior of Granular Materials with the Level-Set Discrete Element Method. Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids (accepted in July 2020)
[a pdf is available here: https://authors.elsevier.com/c/1baMd57Zjx1OJ ]
Shahin G., Viggiani G., Buscarnera G. (2020) – Simulating rock heterogeneities through a CT-FEM mapping scheme discloses effects of boundary friction on compaction banding onset. International Journal of Solids and Structures (accepted in August 2020).
Robert Caulk, Luc Scholtès, Marek Krzaczek, Bruno Chareyre (2020) – A pore-scale thermo–hydro-mechanical model for particulate systems, Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0045782520304771