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Marie Curie Fellows and 3 PhD positions available at Cardiff and Luxembourg University in Data Modelling and Simulation

Dear iMechanicians,

One PhD position for a European PhD student is available at Cardiff University in Computational Engineering Sciences.

We are also looking for international candidates from any country for the prestigious President PhD fellowship at Cardiff University.

We are interested in students with a background in Applied Mathematics or Computational Engineering.

We are also welcoming applications for Incoming Marie-Curie Fellows in Computational Engineering and Data Modelling and Simulation, both at Cardiff University and the University of Luxembourg.

Isogeometric analysis course

Dear iMechanicians

http://www.cism.it/courses/C1704/ a few remaining spots for this CISM Isogeometric Analysis Course in Udine, Italy.

Course details: http://media.cism.it/courses%2FC1704%2FC1704_Beer_Bordas.pdf

Best!

Steph


Stéphane BORDAS
http://www.legato-team.eu

Real-time error controlled adaptive mesh refinement in surgical simulation: Application to needle insertion

Real-time error controlled adaptive mesh refinement in surgical simulation: Application to needle insertion
Link to paper: http://hdl.handle.net/10993/28624

New paper submitted to IJNMBE on the use of a posteriori error indicators for real time mesh adaptation during surgical simulation.

Stéphane Bordas

PhD position available at the University of Luxembourg - Additive Layer Manufacturing - Multi-scale Uncertainty Quantification

Context

Profs. Thierry J. Massart (Universite Libre de Bruxelles), Ludovic Noels (Universite de Liege) and Stephane P.A.
Bordas (University of Luxembourg) have recently been awarded a joint research project by the FNRS and FNR.
The project focuses on the mechanical behavior of discrete metallic materials, such as metal foams and printed metallic structures

PhD opportunities

3 PhD positions in Additive Layer Manufacturing Computational Mechanics in Belgium and Luxembourg (FNRS-FNR funded)

Context

Profs. Thierry J. Massart (Universite Libre de Bruxelles), Ludovic Noels (Universite de Liege) and Stephane P.A.
Bordas (University of Luxembourg) have recently been awarded a joint research project by the FNRS and FNR.
The project focuses on the mechanical behavior of discrete metallic materials, such as metal foams and printed metallic structures

PhD opportunities

Legato lab report 2016 now online! Happy new year!

Dear readers,

As usual, you can find here our best wishes from the Legato Team, including a summary of our activities in 2015 and some highlights to look forward to in 2016: 2016 Lab Report:

http://orbilu.uni.lu/bitstream/10993/23314/3/2016_Legato_News.pdf

Permalink: http://orbilu.uni.lu/handle/10993/23314

Happy new year!

Stéphane Bordas

Computational and Data Science Professorship to be soon opened at the University of Luxembourg

A short heads up: we will open soon at least one professorship in computational and data sciences at the University of Luxembourg. Applications from leading academics in Computational Mechanics will be, in particular, welcome. 

Stay tuned on this blog and: http://www.legato-team.eu 

Stéphane Bordas

PS: Informal inquiries can be already sent my way: stephane.bordas AT uni DOT lu

Post-doctoral position on multi-scale simulation of fracture (quasi-continuum methods)

Three post-doctoral positions are available at the University of Luxembourg with the ERC RealTCut project.
See http://www.legato-team.eu for details on the team and the attached PDF for the pre-requisites and possible research areas.

Regards,

Stéphane

ERC RealTCut biomechanics post-doctoral opportunity

POSITION We are looking for a post-doctoral fellow for a duration of 12 to 23 months, available immediately at the University of Luxembourg, in collaboration with Cardiff University. Gross Salary 68,000EUR per annum.

INTERNSHIP SIMULATION OF LARGE SCALE FRACTURE UNIVERSITY OF LUXEMBOURG (variational theory)

Dear All, Please see the attachment. We are looking only for an MSc student intern who is enrolled in a Higher Education Institution (in the European Union). The topic is the variational theory of fracture for microchip manufacturing. Connections to a relevant company in France are possible. Please see also, in the attachment, our 2014 Computational Mechanics Lab Report and our best wishes for 2015. Regards, Stéphane and the team. Best wishes for 2015: http://hdl.handle.net/10993/19425

Functional Materials Far from Equilibrium - GW4 meeting

Please find below the programme for tomorrow.

For directions to the Cardiff School of Mathematics, see
http://www.cardiff.ac.uk/maths/aboutus/directions/index.html

GW4 meeting 'Functional materials far from equilibrium', Cardiff 7 Jan 2015

The meeting will take place on 7 January in the Cardiff School of Mathematics in Senghennydd Road, Cardiff, in lecture theatre M/0.40 (ground floor) from 10 am-5 pm..
Lunch and coffee breaks will be in M/1.02 (first floor)

Functional Materials Far from Equilibrium - GW4 meeting

Please find below the programme for tomorrow.

For directions to the Cardiff School of Mathematics, see
http://www.cardiff.ac.uk/maths/aboutus/directions/index.html

GW4 meeting 'Functional materials far from equilibrium', Cardiff 7 Jan 2015

The meeting will take place on 7 January in the Cardiff School of Mathematics in Senghennydd Road, Cardiff, in lecture theatre M/0.40 (ground floor) from 10 am-5 pm..
Lunch and coffee breaks will be in M/1.02 (first floor)

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