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Faculty Position in Dynamic Behavior of Materials and Structures at Johns Hopkins

 

FACULTY POSITION

Department of Mechanical Engineering, Johns Hopkins University

Dynamic Behavior of Materials and Structures

 

Job opening for a Research Scientist at A*STAR IHPC, Singapore

The Soft Matter group in the Engineering Mechanics department of A*STAR IHPC is seeking a highly motivated and qualified Research Scientist to work in the area of applied mechanics and materials, with focus on soft active materials. The applicant must hold a PhD in applied mechanics, mechanical engineering, or relevant fields, although a post-doc experience is not necessary.

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Faculty position in the department of mechanical and aerospace engineering at UCSD

The Department of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering (MAE, http://maeweb.ucsd.edu/) at the Jacobs School of Engineering (JSOE) at the University of California, San Diego (UCSD), invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position at the Assistant/Associate/Full Professor rank with research focus on experimental and/or computational mechanics of advanced materials under extreme conditions.

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INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON COMPUTATIONAL METHOD IN VIBRATION AND ACOUSTIC, MARCH 16-21, 2015

The aim of the workshop is to gather experts from all over the world to update advances in computational methods in vibration and acoustics and to foster an environment conducive to exchanging ideas and information. The workshop will provide a common platform to bring together researchers, engineers, scientists, scholars and students to exchange and share their new ideas in broader domain of vibration and acoustics and discuss the practical challenges encountered and the solutions adopted.

Faculty positions in Aerospace Engineering at Indian Institute of Technology, Madras

 

The Department of Aerospace Engineering at the Indian Institute of Technology, Madras is seeking to fill Assistant Professor vacancies in the following research areas.

 

1) Experimental Structural Mechanics/ Composites
2) Airplane Aerodynamics
3) Control of Aerospace vehicles
4) Aircraft Design (aerodynamic/structural)

 

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Faculty position in Aerospace and Mechanical Engineerng at USC

 

The Department of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering at USC is seeking applications and nominations for tenure-track or tenured faculty. All fields of aerospace and mechanical engineering will be considered, with particular emphasis on computational engineering. We also encourage special applications from more senior scholars who have a well-established academic record and whose accomplishments are leading/transforming their fields of study. Exceptionally strong candidates will also be considered for appointment to an endowed professorship.

 

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Faculty position in Civil Engineerng at USC

The Sonny Astani Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering at the University of Southern California has two faculty position openings.  Details can be found at  http://cee.usc.edu/facultysearch .

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Open position at Teledyne Scientific Company

Teledyne Scientific Company announces the opening of a new position at its Thousand Oaks, California facility. This position offers you the opportunity to utilize and expand your academic training in mechanical engineering. The position will be associated with Teledyne Scientific Composite Materials group. The group has been for the past 20 years at the forefront of the design and characterization of materials for extreme environments including unique types of high-temperature composites for the aerospace industry.

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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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Abaqus UEL for coupled diffusion-deformation theory for elastomeric gels

We have a new paper in IJSS that discusses details about Abaqus user elements, in the context of polymer gels, that may be useful to the community. The supplemental material of the paper provides the UEL code, some input files, as well as a short tutorial that should be helpful to others in their own research projects, even if not related to gels.

The link to the files is: http://web.njit.edu/~sac3/Software.html

Opening for a Sr CFD/FEA Modeling Engineer at Medtronic

Here is the link:

http://bit.ly/1woJzOp

Requisition ID:95396

Experience with phase-chase modeling or FSI is a plus.  

Please feel free to forward this posting to potential candidates.  Thanks!

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Invitation for Abstracts: PACAM XV, May 18-21, 2015

Dear Colleagues, we cordially invite you to participate in PACAM XV.The Pan-American Congress of Applied Mechanics XV will be held in Champaign, IL from May 18 to May 21, 2015, under the auspices of the American Academy of Mechanics and the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. The conference will feature plenary lectures by Prof.

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Call for abstract: USNCCM13 MS304: Concurrent Multi-Length Scale Modeling: from Finite Elements to Atoms and Electrons

We cordially invite you to participate in the United States Association for Computational Mechanics (USACM)'s 13thU.S. National Congress on Computational Mechanics (USNCCM13) by giving a talk in our minisymposium entitled Multiscale Concurrent Multi-length scale modeling: from Finite Elements to Atoms and Electrons. The Congress will be held in San Diego, California, at the Manchester Grand Hyatt, July 26-30, 2015.

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Ionic Skin

Research paper.

Title:  Ionic Skin

 

Authors: J.-Y. Sun, C. Keplinger, G.M. Whitesides, Z. Suo

 

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Journal Club Theme of November 2014: Catalyzed Growth of Semiconductor Nanowires - Multiscale Models

Introduction

Happy Halloween!

In this issue of the Journal Club, I would like to introduce the problem of catalyzed growth of semiconductor nanowires and ways to model it.  I would provide web links to only a few articles, hoping that you would download and actually read them so that we can have a more in-depth discussion. 

Composite orthogonal cutting - contact problem

Hello to everybody,

I am trying to simulate the orthogonal cutting of carbon fiber reinforced polymer composite using Abaqus v6.13 software. In my 2D model, Fiber and Matrix are represented as different phases. Damage models for fiber and matrix are implemented.

I have tried to use two different approaches:

what's the relation of the viscous hydrodynamic forces and swirl?

what's the relation of the viscous hydrodynamic forces and swirl?

Are the viscous hydrodynamic forces and the nonlinear viscous hydrodynamic forces applied on offshore platform in the ocean?

Are the viscous hydrodynamic forces and the nonlinear viscous hydrodynamic forces applied on offshore platform in the ocean?The platform is fixed. 

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Newmark Lecture 2014

Dear Colleagues,

Prof. Ole Sigmund from the Technical University at Denmark: http://www.topopt.dtu.dk/ was the presenter of the 2014-2015 Newmark Distingusihed Lecture which was given in the Civil Engineering Department at the University of Illinois Urbana Champaign. His presentation was titled: Topology Optimization: State of the art and future perspectives. You may find a link to the video lecture here

Faculty Position in Dynamics at Ohio State

The Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at The Ohio State University invites applications from outstanding individuals for a tenured or tenure-track faculty position in the broad disciplinary area of dynamics.

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Tenure Track Assistant Professor Position in Structural Engineering at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville

The Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering (CEE) at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville (UTK), invites applications and nominations for a faculty position, at the rank of Assistant Professor in the area of structural engineering. Salary is nationally competitive and commensurate with experience and qualifications. Review of applications will begin soon after their receipt and will continue until the position is filled.

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Invitation for Abstracts: Computational Mechanics Symposium at EMI 2015 (Stanford)

Dear Colleagues

I would like to make you aware of a computational solid mechanics minisymposium being organized for the 2015 EMI conference at Stanford University, June 16-19, 2015: http://www.emi2015.info/minisymposia/symposia#MS41.

MS 41: Computational Methods and Applications for Solid and Structural Mechanics 

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Many top mechanicians and material scientists have published in JAM in 2014

Many top mechanicians and material scientists have published in JAM in 2014, such as

January issue: R.M. Christensen;

February issue: J.D. Embury; Z.P. Bazant; and Huajian Gao;

April issue: J.D. Achenbach;

May issue: P.D. Spanos;

June issue: E.H. Dowell;

July issue: V. Tvergaard and J.W. Hutchinson;

August issue: R.M. Christensen;

October issue: D.R. Clarke; and Z.P. Bazant;

November issue: R.M. Christensen; L.B. Freund; Zhigang Suo; and J.A. Rogers

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Mary Boyce, Huajian Gao, Gary Leal and Liping Liu to receive the SES awards

Professor Mary Boyce (Columbia University) has been selected to receive the 2015 Engineering Science Medal from the Society of Engineering Sciences (SES); Professor Huajian Gao (Brown University) will receive the Prager Medal; Prof. Gary Leal (UCSB) will receive the Taylor Medal; and Professor Liping Liu (Rutgers University) will receive the Young Investigator Medal.

 

 

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Piezoelectric vibration damping using resonant shunt circuits: an exact solution

Piezoelectric vibration damping using resonant shunt circuits: an exact solution

By:

Payam Soltani, Gaetan  Kerschen, Gilles  Tondreau and Arnaud Deraemaeker

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