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10 academic positions at Loughborough, UK

The Wolfson School of Mechanical, Electrical and Manufacturing Engineering at Loughborough University, UK  is seeking ten new academic colleagues, from professors who are leaders in their field through to aspiring talented lecturers. These are permanent appointments.

For details see http://www.lboro.ac.uk/join-us/wolfson/

 

Closing date for applications: 10 July 2016

phd position H2020 Marie Slodowska Curie ITN/ETN program

hello,

 

we are offering a phd position in Metz, LEM3 laboratory.

The position subject  concerns damage in dynamic conditions.

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Symposium on "Computational Mechanics of Materials and Structures" at the Society of Engineering Science Meeting

Dear Colleagues:

We are writing to draw your attention to Symposium D-8, titled "Computational Mechanics of Materials and Structures" within the "Mechanics of Solids and Structures" track of the 53rd Annual Technical Meeting of the Society of Engineering Science (SES) to be held at the University of Maryland, October 2-5, 2016.  The symposium description may be found below, and we encourage you to submit an abstract.  Fur further details and to submit an abstract, please see the meeting website ses2016.org.

engr.qmr's picture

Summer Intership

I am currently doing Msc in Metallugical and Materials Engineering. I want to do summer intership in some reseach group working in fracture, deformation and crystal palasticity. Pls let me know if anyone have an open postion related to these fields. 

Thanks 

Qamar Hayat

engr_qmr@hotmail.com

ktramesh's picture

Postdoctoral Fellow, Hopkins Extreme Materials Institute, Johns Hopkins University

Postdoctoral Fellow, Hopkins Extreme Materials Institute: Theoretical and computational multiscale modeling of the dynamics of granular solids

Mohammad Aramfard's picture

Which one do you like to work with?

I am very happy and proud to be familiar with a great community of researchers from top professors to diligent students. As a small part of this community I have a question for you and appreciate it, if you answer it from your point of view:

Which type of student or researcher do you prefer to work with?

1. A person who has been focused on a small variety of topics and does research and has expertise somehow deep in a specific topic for example solid mechanics

 

or

 

Seeking for a postdoc position

Dear Professors,

I am Xilei BIAN, from Shanghai University. I will complete my Ph. D degree this year, and I wish to apply a postdoctoral position related to nanostructured materials or advanced materials. 

I am familiar with and skilled in: Synchrotron Source and the data process, in-situ TEM/SEM, FIB, Instrumented nanoindentation, mechanical testing machine, XRD, DSC, etc.

Tim Rupert's picture

Two postdoctoral scholar positions at the University of California, Irvine

The Nanoscale Mechanics and Materials Laboratory (NMML) at the University of California, Irvine is currently accepting applications for two postdoctoral scholar positions.  One opening has a focus on experimental research, while the other is seeking a computational scientist.

 

Experimental Postdoc in Small-Scale Mechanical Testing

David Henann's picture

Symposium on "Multi-scale Mechanics of Particulate Media" at the Society of Engineering Science Meeting

Dear colleague,

We encourage you to submit an abstract to the symposium "Multi-scale Mechanics of Particulate Media" (Symposium D-1) within the "Mechanics of Solids and Structures" track of the 53rd Annual Technical Meeting of the Society of Engineering Science (SES) to be held at the University of Maryland, October 2-5, 2016. The symposium description may be found below. For further details and to submit an abstract, please see the meeting website: ses2016.org. The abstract submission deadline is June 15, 2016.

Giorgio Carta's picture

Transmission and localisation in ordered and randomly-perturbed structured flexural systems

The paper presents a novel analysis of localisation and transmission properties of randomly-perturbed flexural systems. Attention is given to the study of propagation regimes and the connection with localised resonance modes in the context of Anderson's localisation. The analytical study is complemented with numerical simulations relevant to the design of efficient vibration isolation systems.

 

Eigenvalues, reflected and transmitted energy, localisation factors for the examined bi-coupled random system:

Simpleware at the ANSYS Automotive Simulation World Congress, June 7-8 2016, Munich

ASWC will be attended by over 350 professionals from over a 100 companies and organizations. AT the event 70 presentations will be delivered by experts from major global car, truck and off-highway manufacturers, tier-1 suppliers, prominent universities, and research centers. Attendees will have a unique opportunity to meet automotive simulation leaders, see how major global companies are using simulation, learn best practices, see the latest technology advances, and network with peers from around the world. 

Simpleware at ASWC

Assistant Professors / Associate Professors in Mechanical Engineering 825559

Department of Engineering (ENG), Aarhus University (AU) invites applications for a number of positions as tenure track assistant professors or associate professors in the field of Mechanical Engineering (ME). The University has ambitious plans to increase its activities significantly within research and education as well as public and industrial collaboration with the vision of bringing AU into the global engineering elite.

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LES and RANS simulation of wind- and wave-forced oceanic turbulent boundary layers in shallow water with wall modeling

Large-eddy simulation (LES) and Reynolds-averaged Navier-Stokes (RANS) simulation of wind and wave forced oceanic turbulence in unstratified shallow water are performed in order to investigate the influence of wall modeling on results. The LES is also used to investigate the dependence of results on downwind and crosswind lengths of the computational domain, representative of a shallow shelf coastal ocean (10-to-30 m deep) unaffected by lateral boundaries.

Zhigang Suo's picture

Number

These notes are a part of the notes on linear algebra.

Electroelasticity of polymer networks

This work introduces a new microscopically-motivated model for the electromechanical response of elastomers:

http://ac.els-cdn.com/S0022509615303525/1-s2.0-S0022509615303525-main.pdf?_tid=1db1e302-202a-11e6-8a60-00000aacb361&acdnat=1463927774_d9ad1fa74b5b42fafcb28a8b6b2c9b60

The merit of this novel model is demonstrated in the following paper

Frank Richter's picture

UMAT for Zener model and Kelvin-Voigt model

Dear iMechanica community,

you can find the UMAT-implementation of a Zener model, i.e. a Maxwell model parallel to a spring, in my PhD thesis:

“Upsetting and Viscoelasticity of Vitreous SiO2: Experiments, Interpretation and Simulation“
Technische Universitaet Berlin, Germany, 2006
https://depositonce.tu-berlin.de/handle/11303/1574
http://dx.doi.org/10.14279/depositonce-1277

cmajidi's picture

Postdoc Openings at CMU on Soft Multifunctional Materials

The Integrated Soft Materials Lab (SML) is accepting applications for postdoctoral appointments in the areas of soft-matter electronics and multifunctional materials. The postdoctoral researchers will lead efforts to develop composites and integrated soft material architectures for sensing and actuation in wearable, deformable, and shape-programmable systems.  Applications will focus on artificial skin and muscle for autonomous soft robots, prostheses, and wearable computing.  

Teng Li's picture

SES2016: Call for Abstract Submissions

Dear Colleagues,

The 53rd Annual Technical Meeting of the Society of Engineering Science (SES2016) will be hosted by the University of Maryland (UMD) during 2-5 October 2016 (note the new conference date) at the College Park Marriott Hotel & Conference Center.  

Ph.D. position in the Mechanical Engineering Department at the University of Houston

There is a Ph.D. opportunity in my lab http://www.me.uh.edu/faculty/baxevanis supported by the Mechanical Engineering Department at the University of Houston on the microstructure-sensitive description of the deformation and failure response of shape memory alloys. Applications are sought from self-motivated students with a strong background on solid mechanics and FEA simulations. Should you be interested in the position, please, email your CV to tbaxevan at central dot uh dot edu.

IIMEC 2016 summer school on "Advanced Material Systems: Experimentation and Modeling"

On behalf of the International Institute for Multifunctional Materials for Energy Conversion (IIMEC) and the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, we would like to announce a summer school on Advanced Material Systems: Experimentation and Modeling. The summer school will be held from July 3–9, 2016 on the Aristotle University campus in Thessaloniki, Greece. 

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