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Lab-on-Skin: A Review of Flexible and Stretchable Electronics for Wearable Health Monitoring

Skin is the largest organ of the human body, and it offers a diagnostic interface rich with vital biological signals from the inner organs, blood vessels, muscles, and dermis/epidermis. Soft, flexible, and stretchable electronic devices provide a novel platform to interface with soft tissues for robotic feedback and control, regenerative medicine, and continuous health monitoring.

Research Scientist position - Finite element modeling

We invite applications for a research scientist to work in the area of applied mechanics and materials at A*STAR Institute of High Performance Computing (A*STAR IHPC).

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Faculty Search in MEAM at the University of Pennsylvania

Dear Colleagues - the Department of Mechanical Engineering & Applied Mechanics at the University of Pennsylvania is searching for tenure-track faculty. Please feel free to circulate the attached ad to any interested parties. The link to apply can be found here: http://www.me.upenn.edu/faculty-staff/

sincerely yours,

Rob Carpick 

modal analysis

Hi Friends;

I want to do modal analysis for a sphere that filled with water in APDL ANSYS. How can couple Fluid and solid in it. please help me.

Regards;

Mina

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Jie Yin of Temple U wins EML YIA

Prof. Jie Yin of Temple University has been selected as the recipient of the 2017 EML Young Investigator Award for his paper "Design of cut unit geometry in hierarchical kirigami-based auxetic metamaterials for high stretchability and compressibility" in EML 12, pp77-85 (2017). Congratulations!

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Catalin Picu's talk at IMECE has been moved to session 12-7-1

The talk "Controlling the toughness and strength of random fiber networks" by R.C. Picu and S. Deogekar has been moved to session 12-7-1, Quantitative Visualization in Experimental Mechanics, scheduled November 06, 2017, 10:30AM - 12:15PM.  

WCCM2018: Mini-Symposium ID: 225 "MODELLING OF MICROSTRUCTURE-DEPENDENT DAMAGE AND FRACTURE OF HETEROGENEOUS MATERIALS"

Dear Colleagues,

We cordially invite you to present your research work at the mini-symposium – “MODELLING OF MICROSTRUCTURE-DEPENDENT DAMAGE AND FRACTURE OF HETEROGENEOUS MATERIALS” at the 13th World Congress on Computational Mechanics (New York City, from July 22 to 27 of 2018). The session ID is 225 (Link: http://www.wccm2018.org/MS_225).

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On arterial fiber dispersion and auxetic effect

There are two polar contemporary approaches to the constitutive modeling of arterial wall with anisotropy induced by collagen fibers. The first one is based on the angular integration (AI) of the strain energy on a unit sphere for the analytically defined fiber dispersion. The second one is based on the introduction of the generalized structure tensors (GST). AI approach is very involved computationally while GST approach requires somewhat complicated procedure for the exclusion of compressed fibers. 

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Research Internship in Schlumberger-Doll Research

Contact Email: mqu@slb.com

 

Job Title                                Internship in Materials for O&G

Duration                                2018, 4-6+ months

International Applications   Yes, for 6+ months

Location                                 Schlumberger-Doll Research, Cambridge, MA, US

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Symposium on "Constitutive Modeling of Amorphous and Particulate Systems" at USNCTAM 2018

We encourage you to contribute an abstract to the symposium "Constitutive Modeling of Amorphous and Particulate Systems" (Symposium 322) at the 18th U.S. National Congress for Theoretical and Applied Mechanics (USNCTAM) to be held at Northwestern University in Chicago, IL, June 4-9, 2018. The symposium description may be found below. For further details and to submit an abstract, please see the meeting website.

The abstract submission deadline is November 10, 2017.

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Symposium SM08—Smart Hydrogels and Living Materials (MRS 2018 Spring) (Deadline: Oct 31st 2017)

Dear Colleagues,

We would like to cordially invite you to submit an abstract to our symposium titled “Smart Hydrogels and Living Materials” as part of the 2018 Spring MRS conference  that will be held in April 2-6, 2018 in Phoenix, Arizona.

The deadline for abstract submission is Oct. 31st, 2017.

Multiple scattering theory for polycrystalline materials

This work is a natural extension of the author’s previous work: “Multiple scattering theory for heterogeneous elastic continua with strong property fluctuation: theoretical fundamentals and applications” (arXiv:1706.09137 [physics.geo-ph]), which established the foundation for developing multiple scattering model for heterogeneous elastic continua with either weak or strong fluctuations in mass density and elastic stiffness. Polycrystalline material is another type of heterogeneous materials that widely exists in nature and extensively used in industry.

Multiple scattering theory for heterogeneous elastic continua with strong property fluctuation: theoretical fundamentals and applications

Scattering of elastic waves in heterogeneous media has become one of the most important problems in the field of wave propagation due to its broad applications in seismology, natural resource exploration, ultrasonic nondestructive evaluation and biomedical ultrasound. Nevertheless, it is one of the most challenging problems because of the complicated medium inhomogeneity and the complexity of the elastodynamic equations.

Updated solution manual for Metamaterial book

The derivations of some equations and solutions to problems from my metamaterials books are now available for download from ResearchGate at https://www.researchgate.net/publication/320611794_Mechanical_metamaterials_some_derivations_and_examples.

-- Biswajit

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PhD positions in Computational Mechanics at the University of Wisconsin Madison

Looking for prospective PhD students with strong background in solid mechanics and numerical methods to join the Computational Mechanics and Multiphysics Group at the University of Wisconsin Madison. Background in modeling contact or contact mechanics is a big plus but not essential.  

The research scope is in the broader areas of mechanics driven multiphysics in morphogenesis/embroyogenesis phenomena (Biophysics) and microstructure evolution in metallic alloys.   

On the Potential of Lattice Type Model for Predicting Shear Capacity of Reinforced Concrete and SHCC Structures

Discrete approaches can be used in various areas of engineering and science.

Our group at TU Delft has recently published a paper on simulating shear failure in reinforced concrete using discrete (lattice) models. The paper can be found at: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/317617956_On_the_Potential_of_L...

 

Women in Engineering

Women in Engineering: solving real-life problems today for a better tomorrow
Five women engineers based at the Biotribology lab at Imperial Colleage London tell us about their work, their aspirations for the future, and the advice for other women caonsidering careers in engineering.
They tell us about their work to understand and recreate human cartilage to reduce the need for animal testing, to improve the longe

Doctoral research positions within the International Research Training Group "Integrated Engineering of continuous-discontinuous long fiber reinforced polymer structures” (DFG GRK 2078)

The international research training group "Integrated Engineering of continuous-discontinuous long fiber reinforced polymer structures” offers several doctoral research positions at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) starting in April 2018. Discontinuous long fiber reinforced polymer structures with local continuous fiber reinforcements represent an important class of lightweight materials.

Assistant research scientist in the PRISMS center at the University of Michigan

The Predictive Integrated Structural Materials Science (PRISMS) Center at University of Michigan is seeking a computational materials scientist to participate in the development of production-standard open source scientific codes. The Center is home to a number of closely-knit research groups that specialize in computational materials science spanning the spatial scales from electronic structure to the continuum, and a spectrum of theories including Density Functional Theory, Statistical Mechanics, Phase Field Models, Crystal Plasticity and Continuum Mechanics.

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