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20 PhD students in Data-driven Computational Modelling

Dear colleagues, 

Luxembourg FNR is funding 20 PhD students 

https://driven.uni.lu/

Please contact the principal investigators. See attachment.

Regards,

Stéphane P.A. BORDAS

http://legato-team.eu/

15 PhD studentships available - Marie Curie Network RAINBOW

http://rainbow.ku.dk/projects/

3 projects available at University of Luxembourg in collaboration with companies in the health sector

Breast cancer treatment simulator: http://rainbow.ku.dk/projects/esr6/

Biological Membrane Cutting: http://rainbow.ku.dk/projects/esr8/

3D Cutting simulation in soft tissue: http://rainbow.ku.dk/projects/esr12/

Jobs (x2): Post-doc+Programmer - Rhino Plugin implementation for Isogeometric BEM or/and Isogeometric FEM

We are looking for a C++ or CSharp Programmer and a post-doctoral fellow to couple our in-house Isogeometric BEM/FEM and Collocation approach to Rhino3D. Funding is available for 12 months of post-doc as well as programming time for a GUI and interfacing with Rhino3D. Freelance programmers are welcome to apply. Knowledge of elasticity, linear algebra and BEM acceleration are a plus. 

Contact me for more information including your IGA experience, BEM/FEM experience and background in mechanics. 

Best wishes!

Stéphane

CAD-Analysis Isogeometric Analysis Post-doc and Software Developer sought to develop a CAD-Analysis simulation prototype Proof of Concept FNR

The http://legato-team.eu in Luxembourg

1) a post-doctoral fellow for 18 months (very competitive salary) to develop accelerated IGAFEM IGABEM and GIFT technology

2) a C++ software developer for 19 months (very competitive salary) to develop a user interface and accelerate the code

The candidates should

1) have some knowledge of IGA, isogeometric analysis or geometry independent field approximation

2) have excellent C++ coding skills

Computational Mechanics Luxembourg 2018. Lab report.

Please find our activity report here 

http://hdl.handle.net/10993/33806

http://orbilu.uni.lu/bitstream/10993/33806/1/2018labReport.pdf

Highlights

- Highly Cited Clarivate Analytics  

- Free Software Download

- 15 PhD positions open in computational biomechanics

- upcoming ECCOMAS sister association in Luxembourg 

- Short courses and new Master Programme

- Open Access free paper downloads

Post-doctoral fellow in Chile's Legato Team

Possibilities for postdoctoral fellowships in Computational Mechanics with Elena Atroshchenko in collaboration within the Legato Team http://legato-team.eu

Please apply here: http://www.conicyt.cl/fondecyt/2016/09/06/concurso-postdoctorado-2018/

If you need information, please contact Elena Atroshchenko <eatroshchenko@ing.uchile.cl>

Transportation Network Controllability PhD studentship in the Department of Computational Engineering Sciences at the University of Luxembourg

There is a PhD position in Computational Engineering and Science offered at the MobiLab Transport Research Group of the University of Luxembourg! We look for a passionate researcher who wants to study network controllability in transportation systems for 3(+1) years. If you are interested go to http://emea3.mrted.ly/1gy60

Controllability of Transportation Networks

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

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