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M.Tech and PhD positions in all areas of Mechanical Engineering, IIT Hyderabad

Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad invites application for M.Tech and PhD positions in all areas of Mechanical Engineering.
The applications are to be made online via this portal.

M.Tech: http://www.iith.ac.in/mtechadmissions/

PhD: http://www.iith.ac.in/phdadmissions/

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International Conference on Composite Materials and Structures, December 2017

Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad is organising the 2017 International Conference on Composite Materials and Structures.

Conference webpage: http://www.iccms2017hyd.com

Dates of conference: 27-29 December

Abstract submission is now open. Last date for submission of abstracts is 30th May 2017.

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Research fellow position in Theoretical and Computational Solid Mechanics at IIT Hyderabad

Positions are available to work in cutting edge areas of theoretical and computational solid mechanics. Interested students can later convert this to a formal M.Tech or PhD program.

The candidate will officially be associated with the Department of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Hyderabad, India.
Webpage of the research group: http://www.iith.ac.in/~prashant_saxena/
Webpage of IIT Hyderabad: http://www.iith.ac.in

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PhD position in theoretical solid mechanics at IIT Hyderabad, India

Fully funded PhD positions are available to work in any area of theoretical solid mechanics. The candidate will officially be associated with the Department of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Hyderabad, India.
Webpage of the research group: http://www.iith.ac.in/~prashant_saxena/
Webpage of IIT Hyderabad: http://www.iith.ac.in

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Theoretical study of magneto-rheological elastomers

I post the links to some of our recently published papers on magneto-elasticity. These are iron-filled elastomers whose mechanical properties can be influenced by the application of a magnetic field. A continuum theory that accounts for magneto-mechanical coupling as well as rate-dependent energy dissipating deformations is presented.

I also attach post-print versions of these articles here. Hopefully, they can be useful for some people working in this field.

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