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Tenure-track faculty position in computational solid mechanics, University of New Brunswick, Canada

 

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COMPETITION: #11-13

DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING


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Fracture symposium as part of the CANCAM2011, June 5-9, 2011, in Vancouver, Canada

Dear Colleagues,

We are organizing a fracture symposium as part of the upcoming 2011 Canadian Congress on Applied Mechanics (CANCAM) in Vancouver BC, on June 5-9, 2011. Please see more information about this symposium at: http://cancam2011.dal.ca/fracture2011.pdf. To submit a four-page paper, please use the conference submission system and choose fracture symposium as desired track.  https://www.softconf.com/b/cancam2011/cgi-bin/scmd.cgi?scmd=basicSubmit

Look forward to seeing you in Vancouver.

 


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PDF at the University of New Brunswick, Canada

Two post-doctoral positions are available immediately at the Univeristy of New Brunswick, Fredericton, Canada. One is in the area of micromechanics of deformation and fracture of engineering materials, particularly metals; and the other is in composite material modelling. For the former position, experience in microstructure-based modelling of deformation and fracture of metal alloys is preferred; while for the latter one, multiscale finite element modelling of fracture and damage behaviour of composite materials is required. Proficiency in commercial finite element codes, such as ABAQUS, ANSYS, or LS-DYNA is a must.

Interest applicants please contact Dr. Zengtao Chen at ztchen@unb.ca for more information.


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PDF position at the University of New Brunswick, Canada

A post-doctoral position is available in the area of material modeling of composite at the University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, Canada. Particularly, expertise is sought in finite element simulation of damage/fracture and thermomechanical properties of fiber composite. Experience in multiscale finite element modeling of fracture and damage behavior of composite materials is required.

Please contact Dr. Zengtao Chen at the University of New Brunswick for more information. Email: ztchen@unb.ca, phone: 1-506-458-7784.


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