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Two year post-doctoral position on high strain rate deformation imaging, University of Southampton

We are currently looking for a post-doctoral researcher to join the Photo Dyn group (www.photodyn.org). The initial contract if for two years, starting October 1st 2017. The online application deadline is May 12th 2017. For more information, please see https://jobs.soton.ac.uk/Vacancy.aspx?ref=848217BX.

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PhD studentship available - University of Southampton - EU/UK applicants only

We are looking for candidates for this PhD project entitled: 'Strain rate sensitive properties of skin- The development of combined theoretical and experimental tools to capture the strain rate dependent behaviour of soft tissues'. If you are interested, you can consult the full project description here, and contact Dr Frances Davis at frances.davis@soton.ac.uk.

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Lecturer / Associate Professor in Additive Manufacturing

The University of Southampton has an opening for an early to mid career faculty in additive manufacturing. The dealine for online applications is October 7th 2016. Do not hesitate to contact me for informal enquiries at f.pierron@soton.ac.uk.

https://jobs.soton.ac.uk/Vacancy.aspx?id=14266&forced=1

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Research Fellow in X-Ray CT Scanning to Understand Plant-Soil Interaction

This post-doctoral position at the University of Southampton (UK) is for three years. Please apply here.

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3-year post doctoral position in dynamic testing of materials - University of Southampton

As part of my EPSRC Fellowship programme, I am now recruiting the second post-doctoral fellow associated with the project. I am looking for a talented young researcher with skills in experimental mechanics, particularly in the field of high rate testing of materials and high speed imaging for full-field deformation measurements. Informal enquiries can be made directly to me at f.pierron@soton.ac.uk, attaching a CV.

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Academic-track fellowships available at the University of Southampton

Up to 10 New Frontiers Fellowships, which provide structured post-doctoral career development pathways to permanent academic positions, are to be appointed in the Faculty of Engineering and the Environment, University of Southampton. Applications are invited from individuals who would strengthen any of our research themes, including Structures and Solid Mechanics, Computational Engineering, Materials and Surface Engineering, Acoustics, Geomechanics and Bioengineering.

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3 year post-doctoral position available - High rate testing of materials

As part of my EPSRC Fellowship programme, I am now recruiting the second post-doctoral fellow associated with the project. I am looking for a talented young researcher with skills in experimental mechanics, particularly in the field of high rate testing of materials and high speed imaging for full-field deformation measurements. Informal enquiries can be made directly to me at f.pierron@soton.ac.uk, attaching a CV.

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Last minute vacancy for Digital Image Correlation course

Following a late cancellation, we have one vacancy left for our one-week intensive course on Digital Image Correlation to be held in Ghent, Belgium, 12-16 January 2015. All details can be found on the course website.

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Post-doc application still open in Southampton

There is still time to apply the 5-year post-doctoral position at the University of Southampton. We are looking for a talented young researcher to join a group working on the definition of the next generation of high strain rate tests based on ultra-high speed deformation imaging and inverse identification (PhotoDyn project).

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5 years post-doctoral fellowship available, University of Southampton

I am looking for a post-doctoral research fellow with a high academic profile to join me on the PhotDyn project. The topic concerns the development of novel high strain rate testing procedures based on ultra-high speed deformation imaging and inverse identification. I am mainly looking for someone with expertise in constitutive modelling of materials. The detailed job description can be consulted here.

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PhD opportunity at the University of Southampton, UK/EU students only

The project deals with the development of a novel procedure for quantitative validation of finite element simulations with full-field optical strain measurements like digital image correlation. The work will be shared between numerical simulations and experimental work. This project has strong industrial relevence. Please note that the project can only be offered to EU/UK students.

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16th International Conference on Experimental Mechanics ICEM16, 7-11 July 2014 in Cambridge, UK

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The 16th in a series of conferences, starting in Delft in 1959 and following on from the last conference in Porto in 2012 this is the premier event to showcase novel and innovative research in Experimental Mechanics. The conference will take place in Cambridge with the accommodation at Robinson College and the technical sessions at both Robinson and the West Road Concert Hall.

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PhD opportunity at the University of Southampton on high strain rate material testing

Title: Exploration of novel multiaxial high strain rate tests of materials based on full-field strain measurements and inverse identification

Sponsor: EOARD http://www.wpafb.af.mil/library/factsheets/factsheet.asp?id=16662/

Start of PhD: end of September 2013

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IOP/Dymat conference on High Speed Imaging for Dynamic testing of Materials and Structures

The Institute of Physics (IOP, UK) and the Dymat association are co-organizing the 21st Technical Dymat meeting to be held in London, 18-20 November 2013. Information on the conference can be found at:

https://www.eventsforce.net/iop/frontend/reg/thome.csp?pageID=113753&eve...

The deadline for abstract submission is February 28th 2013.

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PhD opportunity at ONERA Lille, France

Virtual Fields Method for the dynamic behaviour
characterisation of metallic materials under purely inertial loads


Inelastic material parameter identification is usually performed
using simple or standardized specimens and unidirectional loadings in order to
stress the specimen with a uniformed field (uni-axial tension, torsion, etc.). However,
these tests, called statically determined, become much more complex to analyse

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