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Research Fellow (PhD) positions in National University of Singapore

Dr. Benjamin C.K. Tee's research group in the National University of Singapore (NUS) is hiring post-doctoral research fellows. 

 

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WCCM 2018 - MS# 405 Advanced Computational Methods and Theories for Predicting Material Behaviors at Various Length Scales

Dear Colleagues:

We cordially invite you to submit your abstract to our mini-symposium (MS# 405) for he 13th World Congress in Computational Mechanics to be held in New York City, USA on July 22-27, 2018.

Our mini-symposium is entitled “Advanced Computational Methods and Theories for Predicting Material Behaviors at Various Length Scales”, and a description can be found at: http://www.wccm2018.org/MS_405

Perfectly matched layers

Hello,

 

I am looking for a practical reference/example on how to implement the perfectly matched layers for mechanical problems in a Finite Element code. I want to model a plate where it is surrounded by the PML from all sides, like a piece of earth crust surrounded by the land. The sources which I see for PML, are mostly in the area of electromagnetics.

 

Your inputs are appreciated.

Setareh

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Call for Abstracts: WCCM 2018, New York, minisymposium 521: Computational Mechanics of Soft Materials in Medicine

Dear Colleagues,

 

We encourage you to contribute an abstract to the minisymposium “Computational Mechanics of Soft Materials in Medicine” (Session ID: 521) at the World Congress on Computational Mechanics (WCCM 2018) in New York City from July 22-27th, 2018.

 

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Call for abstracts, WCCM 2018 MS608: Computational Design of Multifunctional Lattice Materials

Dear colleagues, 

We invite you to submit your work at the mini-symposium "Computational Design of Multifunctional Lattice Materials" (Session ID: 608) at the World Congress on Computational Mechanics (WCCM XIII) in New York City from July 22-27th, 2018.

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Ph.D. position available in France/Belgium: Optimization methods supported by multi-fidelity full-field meta-models and enrichment strategies dedicated to turbine engine design

Safran Aircraft Engines is a world-class engine manufacturer in the aerospace propulsion market - civil and military - and space. At CFM International, Safran Aircraft Engines develops and produces the CFM56 "bestseller", the most reliable engine of its generation in the single-aisle aircraft category. LEAP, its successor, was designed to equip new generations of single-aisle aircraft.

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Post-doctoral Fellow Position

 

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Mechanics of Adhesion at USNCTAM 2018

Ken Liechti, Ken Shull, and I are organizing a symposium on the Mechanics of Adhesion at the 2018 USNCTAM meeting.  We are still soliciting abstracts for this session and encourage you to submit an abstract by Nov. 25, 2017

Mechanics of Adhesion at the 18th USNCTAM Congress to be held June 5-9, 2018 in Chicago 

2018 Thomas K. Caughey Dynamics Award – Professor Firdaus Udwadia

The Executive Committee of the ASME Applied Mechanics Division is pleased to announce and congratulate Professor Firdaus Udwadia, Professor of Civil Engineering, Aerospace & Mechanical Engineering, University of Southern California, as the recipient of the 2018 Thomas K. Caughey Dynamics Award.

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USNCTAM Brain Mechanics Symposium

We invite you to submit an abstract to the “Multiscale Brain Mechanics: From Growth to Injury” symposium at the 18th U.S. National Congress for Theoretical and Applied Mechanics. DUE Nov. 25, 2017

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Second announcement for a new tenure-track assistant professor position at the faculty of Aerospace Engineering of Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands

This a second announcement for a new tenure-track assistant professor position is available in the group of Aerospace Structures and Computational Mechanics at the faculty of Aerospace Engineering of Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands. Candidates will be considered for a wide range of areas within structural mechanics. More information can be found in the following link:

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ICMAE 2018 - 9 th International Conference on Mechanical And Aerospace Engineering

Dear Colleagues,

I am one of the scientific / technical committee members of ICMAE 2018 and I would like to kindly announce

the ICMAE 2018 - 9 th International Conference on Mechanical And Aerospace Engineering to be held in Budapest, Hungary

during July 10 -13, 2018.

Please also kindly find the attached document named as ICMAE 2018 - CFP and this document consists of the detailed

information about the ICMAE 2018.

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Call for abstracts USNC/TAM 2018 Symposium 321: Mechanics in Nano- And Micro-Scale Material Design: Synthesis, Experiments, Theory and Simulation

Dear Colleagues,

The 18th USNC/TAM Congress to be held June 5-9, 2018 in Chicago. We would like to invite you to submit an abstract to a symposium named 321: Mechanics in Nano- And Micro-Scale Material Design: Synthesis, Experiments, Theory and Simulation.

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2 open PhD positions , Cornell MAE

Two PhD openings are available for Fall 2018 (flexible start date), in the lab of Dr Bouklas at Cornell MAE.
(https://www.mae.cornell.edu/people/profile.cfm?netid=nb589)

The research topics are:
a) Mechanics/multiphysics of soft materials and bio-materials.
b) Mechanics of contractile biological cells.
The areas of interest in both topics are computational mechanics, continuum mechanics, fracture mechanics, contact mechanics and stability.

2018 Thomas J.R. Hughes Young Investigator Awards – jointly to Professor Dennis Kochmann and Professor Liping Liu

The Executive Committee of the ASME Applied Mechanics Division is pleased to announce and congratulate both Professor Dennis Kochmann, Professor of Mechanics and Materials, ETH Zürich, and Professor Liping Liu, Associate Professor of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering, Rutgers University, as the joint recipients of the 2018 Thomas J. R.

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Stress induced by diffusion, curvature, and reversible electrochemical reaction in bilayer lithium-ion battery electrode plates

In this paper, a new reaction-diffusion model, coupling the reversible electrochemical reaction, Lithium (Li) diffusion, and bending, is proposed to investigate the curvature, neutral axis movement, and stress in bilayer electrode. Bending curvature and stress, for the first time, are analytically and numerically investigated relate to both the diffusion and the reversible electrochemical reaction. The results reveal that the reversible electrochemical reaction retards the lithiation process, leading to the slowing down of diffusion process.

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LEaDing Fellows postdoctoral opportunity [deadline January 10, 2018]

I would like to raise your attention to the following prestigious European fellowship opportunity:

-> 90 postdoctoral positions available for applicants from all over the world to work for two years in the best research universities in the Netherlands. Applicants choose the research topic and advisor to work on the application.

Additional information on this call for proposals:

https://www.academictransfer.com/employer/LEaDing-Fellows/vacancy/43385/...

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INRIA post doctoral fellow. Modeling and simulation of cable transport systems

We propose a post-doctoral fellow grant on  modeling and simulation of cable transport systems of 18 months in Grenoble, France at INRIA and STRMTG.

Context :

finite element software developer

Basic Function & Scope of Responsibilities: 

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USNC/TAM 2018 Symposium 324: Mechanics of Irradiated Structural Materials

Dear Colleagues,

The 18th USNC/TAM will be hosted by Northwestern University, at the Hyatt Regency O’Hare from June 5 to June 9, 2018. The abstract submission deadline for the USNC/TAM 2018 is extended to November 25, 2017.

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A Perspective Paper in JAM by Prof. Kulkarni

Professor Kurkarni (University of Houston) has published a very nice perspective paper "Thermal Fluctuations as a Computational Microscope for Studying Crystalline Interfaces: A Mechanistic Perspective," in the December, 2017 issue of Journal of Applied Mechanics (JAM).  The paper is attached.

The perspective papers in JAM are invited short papers on an emerging field in mechanics, or some important new developments in an existing field in mechanics.

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