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Monday October 5th, 2020

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Mehdi Mahmoudysepehr: An engineer in Geomechanics and PhD student at Chaire Construction 4.0

‘To better understand and interpret the behaviour of tunnel boring machines in order to anticipate and solve technical problems within the industry is the subject of Mehdi Mahmoudysepehr’s doctoral research project. He is a PhD student at Chaire Construction 4.0. He tells us more about it below!

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