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Postdoctoral position in Mechanical Engineering on Growth and Remodeling

Description:  Postdoc position in growth and remodeling in the Nguyen Lab, Department of Mechanical Engineering, The Johns Hopkins University

 

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Postdoctoral position in Mechanical Engineering

Description:  Postdoc position in computational mechanics of materials in the Mechanical Engineering Department and Hopkins Extreme Materials Institute at the Johns Hopkins University

 

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Submit abstract to Mechanics and Materials for Biology and Medicine, IMECE 2015 - Deadline March 2, 2015

We would like to invite you to submit an abstract to:

 

Mechanics and Materials for Biology and Medicine

IMECE 2015.  

November 13-19, 2015 

Houston, TX, USA

 

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Postdoc position in computational mechanics at the ME Department, Johns Hopkins University

Description:  Postdoc position in computational biomechanics in the Mechanical Engineering Department at Johns Hopkins University

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Postdoctoral Position in Experimental Biomechanics

The Soft Materials Mechanics Laboratory
and the Glaucoma Center of Excellence invite applications for a postdoctoral
position in the area of experimental biomechanics to characterize the mechanical
behavior of eye tissues, particularly the sclera and optic nerve head, in mouse
models of glaucoma. The postdoctoral researcher will be involved in a funded
project aimed at understanding how the structure and mechanical behavior of the
sclera and may influence the development and progression of glaucoma. An
initial appointment will be for a 12-month period with future renewal contingent
on performance. Salary will be based on the level of experience. Review of

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Mechanics of Materials: Textbook Recommendation

I will be teaching a sophomore level class  mechanics of materials class.  The class will cover mechanics of basic strength of materials (e.g. beams, pressure vessels), but I also want to teach basic elements of failure mechanics (fracture, fatigue, plasticity, and wear.)  I'm looking for a recommendation of an undergrad mechanics textbook that covers the fracture, fatigue, plasticity, and wear.  The students will have had a statics and mechanics class and their textbook already covers strength of materials.  Thanks.

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Position Available: Johns Hopkins University -- Mechanical Engineering Lecturer

The Department of Mechanical Engineering at the Johns Hopkins University invites applications for a full-time lecturer position. The individual selected for this position will be expected to contribute to the department’s educational mission through teaching, course development, and advising and mentoring students. They might also engage in mechanical engineering scholarship. Johns Hopkins is a private university well known for its commitment to academic excellence and research.

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Faculty Position Open at The Johns Hopkins University

The Johns Hopkins University, Department of Mechanical Engineering, invites applications for a full-time tenure-track faculty position in the general area of mechanics and materials. Modeling and simulations are of particular interest, but all outstanding candidates will be considered.

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