Engineering sciences - Civil Engineering

Civil Engineering - Feb 27
Civil Engineering
A world premiere in Austria: The new bridge construction technology which was developed at TU Wien has now been successfully applied by ASFINAG during the construction of the Fürstenfeld Motorway. There are many different methods for erecting bridges - but the new technique developed by TU Wien, the balanced lowering method, is quite spectacular: the bridge is not built horizontally, as would normally be case, but erected in a vertical position and then rotated into the horizontal position.
Civil Engineering - Jan 14

Channels McGill University News and Events New research from McGill University and the University of California, Santa Cruz has found that the local streets of the world's cities are becoming less connected, a global trend that is driving urban sprawl and discouraging the use of public transportation.

Environment - Mar 19, 2019

Cities which have a balance between facilities, housing and natural green spaces have lower levels of socio-economic inequality in the life satisfaction of its residents, according to new research. ‌ In a European-wide study, led by the University of Glasgow MRC/CSO Social & Public Health Sciences Unit and published today in Social Science & Medicine, scientists found links between urban design and levels of inequality in life satisfaction.

Civil Engineering - Sep 3, 2018
Civil Engineering

The first railroad bridge in Germany made of ultra-high performance concrete (UHPC) has gone into operation on Bavaria's Tegernsee-Bahn railroad route near Gmund. The innovative high-performance concrete made it possible to build a particularly thin bridge. Engineers from the Technical University of Munich (TUM) planned the project and provided scientific supervision.

Environment - Jul 3, 2019
Environment

Researchers at EPFL have developed a method that uses artificial intelligence to design next-generation heat-pump compressors.

Civil Engineering - Sep 7, 2018

Children living in greener urban neighbourhoods may have better spatial working memory, according to new research by UCL Institute of Education (IOE). Spatial working memory is a measure of how effective people are at orientation and recording information about their environment.

Civil Engineering - Jul 30, 2018
Civil Engineering

Steel bridges cost a lot of money to build. It's been estimated that the new motorway viaduct near Oberthulba in Bavaria will cost around 85 million Euros. Planners know that in order to save on material costs, build components should be designed with as much openwork as possible, whilst maintaining stability. Researchers at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) have designed a new test rig for the massive parts in order to help the structural engineers gather stress data for their calculations.

Currently 44 Job in field Civil Engineering.
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Civil Engineering - 26.06
Postdoktor inom urbana och regionala studier KTH - Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm
Civil Engineering - 25.06
PhD Candidate, Urban Planning and Design Universiteit Antwerpen
Civil Engineering - 24.06
Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin / wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter (m/w/d) Bauhaus-Universität Weimar
Civil Engineering - 22.06
Doctor-Assistent (50%) voor het onderzoeksproject ’All City All Land’ Katholieke Universiteit te Leuven (KU Leuven)
Environment - 17.06
Senior Scientist mit Doktorat Universität Innsbruck
Civil Engineering - 12.06
Bauingenieur/in in der befestigungstechnik (w/m) Technische Universität Wien
Civil Engineering - 10.06
B.A. Architektur / B.Eng. Bauingenieurwesen (m/w/d) Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg
Civil Engineering - 10.06
BAUTECHNIKER (m/w) im Bereich Infrastruktur und Tiefbau Technische Universität Wien
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