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Research Studentship - Modelling of Multiphase Flow in Deformable Agricultural Soils, UK
Tayside Centre for Geotechnical Engineering in Natural Environments (Tay-GENE) is a joint initiative between Abertay University (AU) and University of Dundee (UoD), funded by the Norman Fraser Design Trust. The Centre aims to link researchers and facilities at the Universities on Tayside to study the negative impacts caused by climate change on managed non-urban land, particularly for sloping ground, and develop adaptation strategies.

This advert relates to a project hosted by Abertay University with co-supervision from the University of Dundee. The Abertay University Graduate School offers an integrated training programme to the postgraduate community within a single centre, serving to inculcate interdisciplinary working in our next generation of researchers.
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