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Michael M Porter 

Natural Engineering Lab, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Clemson University; Zucker Graduate Education Center, N. Charleston, SC, 29405

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Ph.D. Position Opening at Penn State University in Computational Biomachinery and Nanomaterials

Applications are invited for a Ph.D. position at the Department of Engineering Science and Mechanics, Penn State University. This position at the Laboratory of Biomachinery and Nanomaterials will be developed in the frame of an interdisciplinary project with the objectives of i) studying electromechanical coupling processes at the nanoscale in biological and bio-inspired soft matter systems and ii) designing novel microstructure patterns for metamaterials with applications in active surface control and energy harvesting.

Postdoctoral position at Ecole Polytechnique, France

The Solids Mechanics Laboratory, in collaboration with the Thin Films and Interfaces Laboratory, from Ecole Polytechnique is seeking a talented candidate, with a strong background in nanophysics and nanocharacterization, for a postdoctoral position.

The objective of the proposed postdoctoral project is to understand the multiscale damage arising in nanodevices under various types of loadings, in view of proposing lifetime models of the devices.

More details can be found in the attached document.

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Research Associate in Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

Job Description & Specifications: 

The School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Nanyang Technological University is seeking for a potential candidate for research position as Research Associate.

The RA will work on a project to conduct the research on Underwater Energy Harvesting. 

The roles of this position include:

•Simulation of water particle movement and fluid-structure interaction using Computational Fluid Dynamics software

PhD Student Positions in Computational Mechanics & Mechanics of Materials at Johns Hopkins University

Ph.D. Student Positions in Computational Mechanics and Mechanics of Materials

 

Computational Mechanics Research Laboratory (CMRL)

Director: Dr. Somnath Ghosh

Michael G. Callas Chair Professor

Post-Doctoral Researcher Position in Computational Mechanics of Materials at Johns Hopkins University

 

Post-Doctoral Researcher Position in Computational Mechanics of Materials

 

Computational Mechanics Research Laboratory (CMRL)

Director: Dr. Somnath Ghosh

Michael G. Callas Chair Professor

A Post Doc Position to work on Metallic Nanocomposites

 

A Post Doc position is available immediately at the University of Central Florida, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department with the focus on metallic nanocomposites. The position is currently designated for two years with annual salary of $50,000+. Interested parties please email resumes and references to Prof Quanfang Chen at qchen@ucf.edu.  

 

Huawei Technologies in Shenzhen is actively looking for dynamics engineers/experts

Huawei Technologies in Shenzhen is actively looking for dynamics engineers/experts. Huawei technologies are a multinational networking and telecommunications equipment and services company headquartered in Shenzhen, Guangdong. It is the largest telecommunications equipment manufacturer in the world with its products and services deployed in more than 140 countries and it currently serving 45 of the world's 50 largest telecoms operators. It is also one of the largest mobile phone manufacturers in the world. The requirement is as follows:-

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Latest progresses on the phase field model for brittle fracture

Dear Fracture mechanician,

In my group we published 2 articles with novelties on the phase field model for brittle fracture:

 

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A cohesive zone framework for environmentally assisted fatigue (code included)

I hope some of you find this work interesting, the code with the cohesive zone model for fatigue can be downloaded as a user element (UEL) subroutine for Abaqus from empaneda.com/codes

A cohesive zone framework for environmentally assisted fatigue

Susana del Busto, Covadonga Betegón, Emilio Martínez Pañeda

Engineering Fracture Mechanics (2017)

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S001379441730098X

Post Doc in Mechanics of Polymer Foaming

Polymers are commonly foamed in the solid phase by the expansion of a dissolved gas such as CO2.  The foaming process is sensitive to the constitutive properties of the polymer, and the final porosity is dictated by bursting of the cell walls.  There is a need to model the solid foaming process for a range of polymers in order to determine the sensitivity of foaming to the properties of the polymer and to the process variables (such as thermal history and CO2 content). The foam expansion response is sensitive to the constitutive properties of the polymer.

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the new impact factor for JAM

The 2016 impact factor for Journal of Applied Mechanics has increased to 2.133.  This increase is mainly due to the rapid review process, which has led to significant increase of submissions (and significant decrease of the acceptance rate).  The average time for the first round of review is < 10 days, and that for the second round of review (if necessary), including both the authors' revision time and reviewers' re-review time, is < 3 weeks.  

 

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Recent Work "Modeling the Energy Storage and Structural Evolution during Finite Viscoplastic Deformation of Glassy Polymers"

The enthalpic response of amorphous polymers depends strongly on their thermal and deformation history. Annealing just below the glass transition temperature (Tg) causes a large endothermic overshoot of the isobaric heat capacity at Tg as measured by differential scanning calorimetry, while plastic deformation (cold work) can erase this overshoot and create an exothermic undershoot. This indicates that a strong coupling exists between the polymer structure, thermal response and mechanical deformation.

Post-Doc position within the International Research Training Group "Integrated Engineering of continuous-discontinuous long fiber reinforced polymer structures” (DFG GRK 2078)

The international research training group "Integrated Engineering of continuous-discontinuous long fiber reinforced polymer structures” offers one post-doc position at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT). Discontinuous long fiber reinforced polymer structures with local continuous fiber reinforcements represent an important class of lightweight materials. This class of materials has a significant potential for energy savings due to the high specific stiffness and strength as well as the variety of design options in diverse technical applications, e.g., in vehicle construction.

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Postdoc opening in architected materials (or mechanical metamaterials) at Johns Hopkins University

One postdoctoral fellow position is available in the area of architected materials. Interested individuals should have a Ph.D. in related disciplines.  We are looking for a person with strong motivation, publication record, analytical and interpersonal skills and integrity with expertise in the area of mechanics of materials and structures, metamaterials, and finite element methods. A person with previous experiences in simulations and experiments on dynamic behaviors of soft materials and wave propagation in soft cellular structures is preferred.

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CiteScore 2016 indicates soaring impact of Extreme Mechanics Letters

CiteScore is an impact factor based on a 3-year citation window, calculated using data from the Scopus database. CiteScore is free to use, comprehensive and transparent.

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One Ph.D position in Mechanics of Materials at Temple University starting Fall 2017 or Spring 2018

One Ph.D. opening will be available in the Applied Mechanics of Materials Lab of Mechanical Engineering Department at Temple University, Philadelphia, PA, USA. The Ph.D. position will start ideally in Fall 2017 or the coming Spring 2018

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PhD positions in mechanics of advanced materials at the University of Minnesota

PhD positions in the broad area of mechanics of advanced materials and metamaterials are available in the group of Prof. Stefano Gonella (http://personal.cege.umn.edu/~gonella/) at the University of Minnesota.

Current topics of interest include: 1) Nonlinear metamaterials, including soft architected lattices; 2) Topological and non-reciprocal metamaterials; 3) Tunable and programmable multifunctional materials and structures.

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PhD - Lorient (France)

Virtual forming of metallic sheet materials: influence of complex strain paths in service life prediction

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Funded PhD and Research Fellow position in Computational and Theoretical Solid Mechanics

There are vacancies for the following positions

  • Fully funded PhD, and
  • Research Fellow

in the research groups of Prashant Saxena and Chinthapenta R Viswanath in the Department of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering at IIT Hyderabad.

Interested candidates may please refer to the attachments for details on how to apply.

Last date for application is 30 June 2017.

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Professor Walter Noll

Below is a message from the Secretary of the Society for Natural Philosophy. A formative influence of our field passes on.

 Dear Members of the Society for Natural Philosophy.

 We are sorry to be the bearers of sad news, but on Tuesday June 6th, 2017, Walter Noll passed away at his home in Pittsburgh surrounded by his wife Marilyn and two children, Victoria and Peter.  He was a founding member and a past Chairman of the Society. He made major contributions to the fields of continuum mechanics and thermodynamics.  There will be a memorial service at Carnegie Mellon University, which has yet to be scheduled.

 Secretary,

Wladimir Neves.

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Investigating phase formations in cast AlFeCoNiCu high entropy alloys by combination of computational modeling and experiments

Selection and thermal stability of phases are important in design of high entropy alloys (HEA). In this study, phase formations in cast AlFeCoNiCu HEA were investigated. Ab-initio molecular dynamics (AIMD) simulations were used to determine crystal structures of phases at different temperatures in equiatomic composition of AlFeCoNiCu. The AIMD results showed a possible coexistence of a face-centered cubic (fcc) phase and a bodycentered cubic (bcc) phase at the room temperature and indicated stabilization of a single fcc phase above 1070 K at the equiatomic composition of AlFeCoNiCu.

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