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[GRE requirement lowered] PhD Study at Utah State University: Presidential Doctoral Research FellowshipSubmitted by Ling Liu on Fri, 2014-03-28 15:52.
If you are interested, and meet the requirement on GPA and GRE (see below), please contact Dr. Ling Liu at email@example.com. Applicants from all related backgrounds are welcome. Prior research experience is NOT required.
The PhD student will work with Dr. Ling Liu in the broad area of materials modeling and simulation. Materials of interest include self-assembled macromolecules, electrode materials, spider silk, irradiated materials, and nanocomposites. Our webpage is: http://www.engr.usu.edu/mae/faculty/liu/
The fellowship will offer: 1) $20,000+/year stipend for 4 years; 2) full tuition waiver; and 3) several other benefits.
As a close collaborator and active member of Global Engineering and Materials, Inc (GEM), I would like to present you a research and development position at GEM. The information below can also be found in the attached PDF file.
1 PhD position is available in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at Utah State University. The research will focus on the multi-scale modeling and design of biological macromolecules, energy-related materials, high-performance composites, and nuclear systems. The candidate should have a bachelor degree (preferably with a master degree as well) in mechanics, mechanical engineering, materials sciences and engineering or related areas. Interested applicants please send a resume to Dr. Ling Liu (firstname.lastname@example.org)
USNCCM IX, July 22 - 26, 2007
Pre- & Post-Congress Short Courses, July 22 & 26, 2007
Hyatt Regency San Francisco
San Francisco, California
BACKGROUND AND SCOPE
From their inception in 1991, the biennial congresses of the United States Association for Computational Mechanics have become major scientific events, drawing computational engineers and scientists worldwide from government, academia, and industry. The Ninth U.S. National Congress on Computational Mechanics (USNCCM IX), hosted by the University of California, Berkeley, will feature the latest developments in all aspects of computational mechanics, and will broaden the definition of the discipline to include many other computation-oriented areas in engineering and sciences. From applications in nanotechnology and bioengineering, to recent advances in numerical methods and high-performance computing, the technical program will reflect the Congress theme of "Interdisciplinary Computation''. In addition to plenary lectures and minisymposia that highlight the latest trends in computational mechanics, pre- and post-conference short courses addressing advances in multiscale and multiphysics methods, as well as other topics, will be held. Numerous vendor exhibits from Bay Area and national companies and organizations are also planned. Detailed information on USNCCM IX can be found at: