Jelke Dijkstra

Docent at Chalmers, Architecture and Civil Engineering, GeoEngineering

Jelke is an Associate Professor at the Division of Geology and Geotechnics, research group Engineering geology and geotechnics. He is interested in experimental geomechanics, especially in capturing and understanding fundamental properties of granular media using unconventional methods. As such he had developed new experimental techniques to manipulate and probe (soft) soils. Jelke is expert in design and execution of non-standard element tests and physical model tests (including geotechnical centrifuge tests). Jelke has extensive experience with 2D full-field imaging techniques for deformation and stress analyses. He had also used geo-electrical techniques to track material changes within the soil sample.

Source: chalmers.se

Projects

2017–2020

Att fånga långsamt ändrande dynamisk respons av lösa jordar

Jelke Dijkstra GeoEngineering
Formas

2014–2015

Nyttan av förbättrade fältundersökningar - blockprovtagare

Jelke Dijkstra GeoEngineering
Mats Karlsson GeoEngineering
Swedish Transport Administration

2016–2019

Deformationer på spår-platta grundlagd på pålar i lös lera

Jelke Dijkstra GeoEngineering
Swedish Transport Administration

2017–2020

Effects of climate change on slope stability in sensitive clays

Minna Karstunen GeoEngineering
Jelke Dijkstra GeoEngineering
Mats Karlsson GeoEngineering
Matias Nordin GeoEngineering
Formas

2015–2016

Fixing quick clay

Jelke Dijkstra GeoEngineering
Åke och Greta Lissheds stiftelse

2014–2017

Geothermal foundations in soft clays

Minna Karstunen GeoEngineering
Jelke Dijkstra GeoEngineering
Yanling Li GeoEngineering
Mats Karlsson GeoEngineering
Formas
NCC

2015–2017

Parameter- och modellval för numeriska beräkningar i lös lera - Best practice (BEST SOIL)

Minna Karstunen GeoEngineering
Amardeep Amavasai GeoEngineering
Jelke Dijkstra GeoEngineering
Mats Karlsson GeoEngineering
Swedish Transport Administration

2015–2017

Re-use of pile foundations (RiPofF). Long term benefits for axially loaded pile foundations

Jelke Dijkstra GeoEngineering
Jorge Yannie GeoEngineering
Swedish Transport Administration

2012–2016

Creep of Geomaterials (CREEP)

Minna Karstunen GeoEngineering
Amardeep Amavasai GeoEngineering
Mats Karlsson GeoEngineering
Jean-Philippe Gras GeoEngineering
Claes Alén GeoEngineering
Jelke Dijkstra GeoEngineering
Jorge Yannie GeoEngineering
European Commission (FP7)

2014–2017

On the fundamental relation between soil creep and cyclic pile-soil response

Minna Karstunen GeoEngineering
Jelke Dijkstra GeoEngineering
Mats Karlsson GeoEngineering
Amardeep Amavasai GeoEngineering
Swedish Transport Administration

2014–2015

Feasibility study of a mobile foundation study for the HSB Living Lab

Jelke Dijkstra GeoEngineering
HSB Living Lab

2015–2018

Revealing the evolving microstructure in fine grained matter

Jelke Dijkstra GeoEngineering
Swedish Research Council (VR)

2014–2016

On electrokinetic material response in marine clays (EMPIRIC)

Jelke Dijkstra GeoEngineering
European Commission (FP7)

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Publications

2017

Permissible range of model parameters for natural fine grained materials

Jean-Philippe Gras, N Sivasithampram, Minna Karstunen et al
Acta Geotechnica
Scientific journal article - peer reviewed
2017

Floating Thermal Piles in Soft Sensitive Clays

Anders Bergström, Saqib Javed, Jelke Dijkstra et al
Grundläggningsdagen 2017 (GD 2017), March 16, 2017, Stockholm, Sweden
Conference paper - non peer reviewed
2016

Numerical prediction of embankment deformation with Creep-SCLAY1S model

Amardeep Amavasai, Nallathamby Sivasithamparam, Jelke Dijkstra et al
Embankment Prediction Symposium, p. 241-254
Conference paper - non peer reviewed
2016

Evaluation of temperature controlled oedometer test apparatus

Yanling Li, Minna Karstunen, Mats Karlsson et al
Energy Geotechnics, p. 623-627
Conference paper - peer reviewed
2016

Consequences of sample disturbance when predicting long-term settlements in soft clay

Mats Karlsson, Arnfinn Emdal, Jelke Dijkstra et al
Canadian geotechnical journal. Vol. 53 (12), p. 1965-1977
Scientific journal article - peer reviewed
2016

Vermiculate artefacts in image analysis of granular materials

Sam Stanier, Jelke Dijkstra, Danuta Lesniewska et al
Computers and geotechnics. Vol. 72, p. 100-113
Scientific journal article - peer reviewed
2015

Under Pressure: A Laboratory Investigation into the Effects of Mechanical Loading on Charred Organic Matter in Archaeological Sites

D. Ngan-Tillard, Jelke Dijkstra, W. Verwaal et al
Conservation and Management of Archaeological Sites. Vol. 17 (2), p. 122-142
Scientific journal article - peer reviewed
2014

Immediate and long-term installation effects adjacent to an open-ended pile in a layered clay

M. Ottolini, Jelke Dijkstra, F. van Tol et al
Canadian Geotechnical Journal. Vol. 52 (7), p. 982-991
Scientific journal article - peer reviewed
2014

Novel surface speckle preparation method for imaging techniques for clay models

Marius Ottolini, Jelke Dijkstra,
Géotechnique Letters. Vol. 4, p. 62-66
Scientific journal article - peer reviewed
2013

On the observation with polarised light of a granular medium under stress

Jelke Dijkstra,
Proceedings of Experimental Micromechanics for Geomaterials Joint workshop of the ISSMGE TC101-TC105
Conference paper - peer reviewed
2013

A novel methodology to regain sensitivity of quick clay in a geotechnical centrifuge

G. Meijer, Jelke Dijkstra,
Canadian Geotechnical Journal. Vol. 50 (9), p. 995-1000
Scientific journal article - peer reviewed
2010

New Method of Full-Field Stress Analysis and Measurement Using Photoelasticity

Jelke Dijkstra, Wout Broere,
Geotechnical Testing Journal. Vol. 33 (6), p. GTJ102672
Scientific journal article - peer reviewed