Networking Activities (NA) are a core element of GEOLAB, culminating in workshops and other outreach events that foster a digital and In Real Life community, thereby providing a productive channel to communicate with the different stakeholder groups. GEOLAB will showcase effective data output and project results through our website and knowledge platform and will facilitate coordination and promote collaboration across Critical Infrastructure (CI) research and industry organisations.
An Introduction to GEOLAB’s Geotechnical Research Facilities and How to Apply for Access - 23/06/2021
An Introduction to GEOLAB’s Geotechnical Research Facilities and How to Apply for Access, the project’s first webinar, took on June 23rd, and welcomed over 130 attendees from 28 countries, representing 75 different organisations.
The objective of this first GEOLAB webinar was to highlight the features of the unique experiment installations available in the GEOLAB research infrastructure and the call for proposals mechanisms.
GEOLAB provides a comprehensive suite of 11 complementary installations equipping the users from academia and industry with renowned tools for excellent research for the energy, water, urban and transport infrastructure sector. The installations were specifically selected to ensure a wide range of capabilities to address problems across experiment scales, disciplinary boundaries and Technology Readiness Levels (TRL). The research infrastructure installations are used to study the following:
- Ground stability related issues, e.g. consolidation, seepage, liquefaction, (coastal) erosion and slope stability.
- Water-soil-structure interaction, e.g. for roads, railways, tunnels, bridges, dams, foundations, buildings and buried cables & pipelines.
- Interaction of infrastructure systems with the environment, e.g. impact of climate change, extreme weather events, geo-hazards, static & dynamic loading and aging.
Introduction to GEOLAB
Call for proposals for Transnational Access GEOLAB
GEOLAB Networking Activities and Q&A Session
CEDEX - Track Box Facility
Technical University of Darmstadt - Test Pit Facility
UCAM Geotechnical Construction Process Modelling
Deltares - Geotechnical Centrifuge
Deltares - Geomodel Container Facility
University Gustave Eiffel - Geotechnical Centrifuge Facility
TU Delft - Geotank Facility
ETH Zurich - Geotechnical Centrifuge Facility
TU Delft - Geotechnical Centrifuge Facility
University of Maribor - Large Scale Traxial Apparatus Facility
HIGH "G" MODELLING - Principle and history of centrifuge modelling (2002)
Insights from our Networking Activities
GEOLAB organised its first hybrid Networking Event on December 1, 2021, with physical attendance at CEDEX (CETA Building), Madrid, Spain.
Dedicated workshops were delivered by the University of Cambridge, TU Delft, ETH Zurich, Deltares, CEDEX, NGI, Technical University of Darmstadt, University Gustave Eiffel and the University of Maribor. Esteemed guest speakers also presented on the day.
1. Introduction JRA and development of the GEOLAB user community - Dr. Sam Stanier.
2. GEOLAB's experimental challenges and technology readiness - Dr. Alexandru Marin
3. Data management and access in GEOLAB - Dr. Primoz Jelusic
4. The centrifuge small medium scale - Prof. Giulia Viggiani
5. The centrifuge small medium scale - Mr. Arjen Zoeteman
6. The centrifuge small medium scale - Dr. Luc Thorel and Dr. Matthieu Blanc
7. The centrifuge small medium scale - Mr. Regis Wallerand
8. The centrifuge small medium scale - Dr. Luc Thorel
9. The railway track simulator full scale - Dr. Jose Estaire
10. The railway track simulator full scale - Mr. Carlos Hermosilla
11. The field test sites full scale - Dr. Jean Sebastien L'Heureux
12. The field test sites full scale - Mr. Diego Marchetti
13. Fundamentals of Physical modelling, scaling laws, measurement techniques - Prof. Anastasopoulos
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