PhD Studentship: Next-Generation Fracture Modelling 

Supervisors: Dr Adriana Paluszny

Contribute to understanding the effect of the small scale on the mechanical and flow properties of growing fractures. The objective of this project is to develop methods to computationally model the effect of multi-scale heterogeneities on rock fracturing processes. Specifically, the student will contribute to the development of an existing advanced simulator, written in C++, and develop methods for high- and low- level optimization of rock fracture growth numerical simulation methods, ranging from algorithmic re-design using isogeometric methods and machine learning strategies, to physical analysis of fracture interaction effects on permeability and growth. For further details and how to apply, please see the Info Sheet - Next-Generation Fracture Modelling

Applications from women and underrepresented groups are particularly encouraged. Closing date 30 June 2019.

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** NERC funding is available for applicants before the 9th January 2019**

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