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3 Fully-Funded PhD Positions in Mechanics of Materials at Imperial College London

There are 3 fully-funded PhD studentships available for a 1st October 2009 start, for EPSRC-eligible students in Mechanics of Materials at Imperial College London. EPSRC eligibility usually entails UK citizenship.

Solid Mechanics Professorship at Imperial College London

Professorship in the Mechanics of Materials Division
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Imperial College London

Imperial College is one of Europe's leading teaching and research institutions and the Department of Mechanical Engineering had the highest possible rating in the last Research Assessment Exercise.

John Hutchinson's Notes on Nonlinear Fracture Mechanics (Pages Rotated)

Attached to this post are the notes John posted in his blog, with all pages rotated counterclockwise 90 degrees, for those who would like to read them on their computers.

 

PhD Studentship - Imperial College London

An EPSRC-funded PhD Studentship is available in the Mechanics of Materials Group, Department of Mechanical Engineering at Imperial College London in the general area of theoretical/computational solid mechanics. Funding comes in the form of an EPSRC award (DTA scheme), and as such there is much flexibility in the project scope. A few tentative possibilities are: discrete dislocation modeling of high-temperature creep in dispersion-strengthened superalloys, crack nucleation criteria for functionally graded materials, fracture and post-operative remodeling of trabecular bone (jointly with the biomechanics group).

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