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Assistant Professor in Fluid Mechanics Harvard University School of Engineering and Applied Sciences

The Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (HSEAS) seeks applicants for an appointment at the level of tenure-track assistant professor in the field of fluid mechanics. The ideal candidate will have high expertise in fluid mechanics and will also have a demonstrated commitment to significant and innovative applications in engineering.

Opening: Professor of Mechanics at ETH Zurich

The Department of Mechanical and Process Engineering at ETH Zurich invites applications for a Professorship in Continuum Mechanics at the Full or Associate Professor level.  Submit applications before 30 September 2008.

Grand challenges for engineering in the 21st century, and how they relate to mechanics

After making a list of the great engineering achievements of the 20th century, the National Academy of Engineering, of the United States, has recently described a list of the grand challenges for engineering in the 21st century (of no particular order):

Rowland Junior Fellowship at Harvard University (30 Nov Deadline)

I am writing to draw your attention to our annual solicitation for applications to Rowland Junior Fellows Program, which may be of interest to your graduate students and postdoctoral fellows.

We have currently eight Rowland Junior Fellows at the Institute. As a look at our website will tell you (http://rowland.harvard.edu), they work on a broad range of topics, from condensed matter physics to plant physiology.

House Passes $600 Million Increase in National Science Foundation Budget

House Passes $600 Million Increase in National Science Foundation Budget July 27, 2007 --The U.S. House of Representatives passed an appropriations bill that would increase funding for the National Science Foundation (NSF) by nearly $600 million or 10 percent to $6.5 billion in fiscal year 2008.  The bill would put NSF on track to double its budget in less than 10 years.

The Batchelor Prize

Cambridge University Press and the Journal of Fluid Mechanics are delighted to announce the launch of The Batchelor Prize, sponsored by the Journal of Fluid Mechanics, to be awarded in recognition of outstanding research in fluid mechanics.

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Some dates of iMechanica

  • 30 March 2007. At a suggestion of Henry Tan, an RSS feed for comments is added as a button"comment at a glance" on the right side of iMechanica.
  • 29 March 2007. An aggregator, "Random readings", is added to the rightside of iMechanica.
  • 7 March 2007. Michelle Oyen posted an entry "Making iMechanica a better global forum".

Researcher Spotlight: Professor Lambert Ben Freund (LBF)

L. Ben FreundLambert Ben Freund (LBF) was born on November 23, 1942, in Johnsburg, Illinois, a tiny rural community of a few hundred people in the northeast corner of the state. This part of the Midwest was opened to European settlement by the Black Hawk War of the 1830s. A small delegation of his ancestors arrived in the area in 1841.

Professor Carl T. Herakovich won the 2005 Applied Mechanics Award

Carl T. HerakovichAt the Annual Dinner of the Applied Mechanics Division last November, in Orlando, Florida, Professor Carl T.

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