Position is available for a postdoctoral fellow to carry out an industry sponsored project on carbon fiber composite modeling. The contract is initiated for one year, with possible extension if work progresses satisfactorily. The research will focus on
(1) micromechanics modeling of elastic and viscoplastic behavior of injection molded carbon fiber composites;
(2) homogenization techniques and constitutive model development for vibration, strength and impact simulations of carbon fiber composites.
Hope this will provide a good platform for young people.
Nonlinear and quasi-linear behavior of a curved carbon nanotube vibrating in an electric force field; an analytical approachSubmitted by Payam Soltani on Tue, 2014-03-11 14:01.
Nonlinear and quasi-linear behavior of a curved carbon nanotube vibrating in an electric force field; an analytical approach
By: Payam SOLTANI, A. Kassaei, M. M. Taherian
Funded by the ERC-CoG COMBAT
(Computational Modeling and Design of Lithium-ion batteries), there are
5 open positions for PhD-students or Post-Docs
At the chair of Computational Mechanics (chair Prof. T. Rabczuk) at the Bauhaus University Weimar, there is
1 open position for PhD-student or Post-Doc
I am looking for the
experimental method to determine the parameters (D1, D2, D3, D4, D5) in Johnson
Cook damage criterion for steel St52 & St14. Please help me if you have any
sources relative this. Thank you.
Molecular dynamics (MD) method is an important simulation tool, but its results are always doubtful due to its unrealistic high strain rates. In this paper, a hybrid quasi-static atomistic simulation method at finite temperature is developed, which combines the advantages of MD for thermal equilibrium and atomicscale finite element method (AFEM) for efficient equilibration. Some temperature effects are embedded in static AFEM simulation by applying the virtual and equivalent thermal disturbance forces extracted from MD. Alternatively performing MD and AFEM can quickly obtain a series of thermodynamic equilibrium configurations such that a quasistatic process is modeled.
The postdoc position is mainly focused on
development of advanced computational models of microstructure evolution
in metallic materials, with particular focus on recrystallization and
related phenomena. Some experimental activities may also be part of the
The employment is for one year with a possible extension to two years.
A more detailed job description and procedures for
application can be found here .
Postdoctoral researcher position opening at Pohang University of Science and Technology (POSTECH), KoreaSubmitted by Trung N Nguyen on Thu, 2014-03-06 09:44.
We are seeking a highly qualified candidate for a full-time postdoctoral researcher position in the area of Computational Mechanics at the Graduate Institute of Ferrous Technology (GIFT), Pohang University of Science and Technology (POSTECH), Korea. Candidates with a strong background in continuum/dislocation-based plasticity theory, computational mechanics of sheet metals, FE modelling of sheet metal forming processes… are highly encouraged to apply.
PhD Position in Nanomechanics and applied Nanotechnology at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), NorwaySubmitted by Zhiliang Zhang on Thu, 2014-03-06 08:23.
NTNU Nanomechanical Lab at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) is looking for a PhD candidate within the field of Nanomechanics-nanotechnology-enabled petroleum engineering. The position is part of a knowledge-building project financed by The Research Council of Norway and industrial partners. The goal of the project is to design and control nanoparticles enabling interfacial wettability alteration and enhanced flow transport in confined space towards petroleum applications through multi-scale experiments and simulations. The PhD candidate will work closely with other specialists involved in the project. Details about the PhD salary and requirements can be seen from the attached annoucement.
Complex Ordered Patterns in Mechanical Instability Induced Geometrically Frustrated Triangular Cellular StructuresSubmitted by Sung Hoon Kang on Wed, 2014-03-05 19:29.
We have studied how complex ordered patterns can appear from buckling-induced geometrically frustrated triangular cellular structures.
The paper is selected as the Physical Review Letters Editors' Suggestion and highlighted in Physics Synopsis as the link below.
The group of Composite Materials and Dynamics Lab at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock has one opening for a Ph.D. scholarship in the field of mechanics of metamaterials and structural health monitoring. The appointment is to commence in Fall 2014 or as early as possible.
Equivalent degree in solid mechanics, mechanical engineering, or material science is needed. Talented applicants with a B.S. degree in the above field will also be considered. Interested applicants are welcome to send a resume to Dr. Guoliang Huang (http://www.ualr.edu/glhuang) at firstname.lastname@example.org. The application will be accepted immediately until the position is filled.
Hydrogenation-Assisted Graphene Origami and Its Application in Programmable Molecular Mass Uptake, Storage, and Release
Shuze Zhu and Teng Li, ACS Nano, published online ASAP (2014)
3D Experimental Measurements in Soft Materials - from measuring cell displacement fields to complex hierarchical material deformations and beyond
The Why? - Why do we need 3D material deformation measurement?
This is an excellent question. If material surface deformation field descriptions are of prime interested, then Digital Image Correlation and interferometry techniques provide the user with a mature field available experimental approaches that might fit the bill . However, if the material of interest presents itself with an internally non-homogenous, non-periodic or simply 3D microstructure, 3D internal deformation measurement techniques might be the only way to investigate the material’s deformation, and ultimately its constitutive behavior.
We are looking for outstanding candidates for doctoral positions in the School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at Oklahoma State University to work in the area of computational solid mechanics.
Candidates should have earned a M.Sc. degree in Mechanical Engineering or in a related field from an accredited University.
Faculty from Caltech, UC Berkeley , University of Michigan, Georgia Tech, Brown University, University of Calgary, University of Pennsylvania, UCLA, Johns Hopkins University, Imperial College, London, and UCSD and researchers from the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratories congregated to UCSD on January 18-19, 2014 to attend the third in a series of symposia on Multiscale Dislocation Dynamics and to honor Professor Michael Ortiz on his 60th birthday. Faculty also brought their graduate students and postdocs to engage in such a powerful intellectual activity.
Call for Abstracts:
Symposium on the
The positions below are still available. Eligible candidates are welocme to apply. Those who have already applied do not need to resubmit your application.
For similar reasons outlined by Zhigang’s post http://imechanica.org/node/2345 I
have found it necessary to find comparisons in publication citation
metrics/indices whilst in Academic employment. Much has been discussed about
the appropriate use of these metrics and the arguments on the benefits and
drawbacks are both compelling. Whatever your opinion, it seems that for the
foreseeable future these publication citation metrics are here to stay.
Hopkins Extreme Materials Institute (HEMI; hemi.jhu.edu) of The Johns Hopkins University is seeking a Postdoctoral Fellow to work on modeling fragmentation in brittle materials under extreme loading conditions. The potential candidate should have a Ph.D., with some background in fracture mechanics and experience working with the finite element or some other numerical method.
If you are interested, please send an email to Bess Bieluczyk at email@example.com with your curriculum vitae and the names of at least two references. Please use the subject line "Postdoc Application--Modeling fragmentation in brittle materials". Women and minorities are strongly encouraged to apply.
New test data in a 2013 conference paper. Details in the attached file.