From January 22nd to January 24th, 2020
09:00 - 16:00
Topics: The HITEC EURAD WP deals with thermal impact and the GAS EURAD WP concerns gas transfer, both in the context of underground nuclear waste disposals. This EURAD Training will allow the attendees to improve their understanding of heat transfers, water and gas migration, stress and strain evolution in a repository. The training will address both numerical and experimental investigations, at small (lab) and large (in situ) scale. Geomaterials and structures are the host rock, either clayey or crystalline rock, the concrete liner and the sealing material, mostly bentonite.
Target Audience: The school is organized for people coming from institutions active in EURAD, including staff members from agencies as well as young researchers, involved or interested in the geomechanics field. The attendance will be limited to 80 people.
Language: The training course is given in English.
Required Knowledge: level of master in engineering geology or in civil engineering.
Preparation: Provided lecture notes will be based on existing material, state-of-the-art scientific papers, etc. Most of this material will be made available prior to the beginning of the school. No preparation is needed.
Venue: Liège University, Belgium, Institut de Mathématique (B37), Quartier Polytech 1, Allée de la Découverte 12, Sart Tilman, 4000 Liège, Belgium
Registration: Click here to register. Deadline: January 10, 2020
Both members and non-members of EURAD can participate. The registration is free of charge.
Price: The registration is free of charge. A banquet will be organized Wednesday or Thursday. Each participant will be asked to pay his/her contribution directly at the start of the banquet (expected price: 50-60 euro).
Contact: Frédéric Collin, email@example.com