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A multiscale modeling scheme based on peridynamic theory

A multiscale modeling scheme based on peridynamic theory

Rezwanur Rahman

Postdoctoral fellow, Center for simualtion, visualization and real time prediction (SiViRt), University of Texas at San Antonio)

John Foster

Assistant Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Texas at San Antonio

Anwarul Haque

Associate Professor, Department of Aerospace Engineering and Mechanics, University of Alabama


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PhD Studentship available at Queen Mary, University of London in the SEMS

Research Studentship (PhD) in Computational Material Science: the topic is computational nano mechanics and concurrent multiscale methods for composites under impact loading.

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Three PhD positions in Nanomechanics at Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)

The Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) announces three vacant PhD positions in the area of Nanomechanics. NTNU is responsible for educating 80% of the total master level engineers in Norway and represents academic eminence in technology and natural sciences as well as in other academic disciplines. The activity at NTNU includes international collaboration with a large number of industries and academic institutions. The topics of the three PhD positions are strongly connected to industrial applications.

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USNCCM12 MS4.9: Concurrent Multi-Length Scale Modeling: from Finite Elements to Atoms and Electrons (call for abstract)

We cordially invite you to participate in the 12th U.S. National Congress on Computational Mechanics (US-NCCM12) and give a talk in our minisymposium (MS4.9) entitled "Multiscale Concurrent Multi-Length Scale Modeling: from Finite Element to Atoms and Electrons". The Congress will be held in Raleigh, NC, USA, from July 22 to July 25, 2013.

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Postdoctoral Associate Position Available at Northwestern University

A postdoctoral associate position is available at the Computational Nanodynamics Group at Northwestern University. This research project focuses broadly on atomistic and multi-scale modeling and simulation of the mechanics and dynamics of organic, biological and bioinspired nanomaterials. The post-doctoral researcher will have the opportunity to investigate diverse issues related to mechanics and transport phenomena in emerging nanostructured materials.

Multiscale simulation

Nowadays, we are talking about multiscale simulation. I am surprising that we discussed about multiscale modeling while units are still exist. In my point of view, the multiscale only be achieved if units in general equations were treated.

polymer/metal multiscale


I am searching on multiscale simulation of polymer/metal ( mechanical propertices).

Cohesive zone model is used for this porpose.

Is there another models that can use for this issue and using MD data as input?

Best regards,


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"Composite materials for structural performance: Towards higher limits", Risø International Symposium, 5-9 September 2011

I would like to invite you to submit papers for the 32nd Risø International Symposium on Materials Science: "Composite materials for structural performance: towards higher limits". The idea of the symposium is to explore what are the real limits of structural performance of composite structures, covering both limitations by (a) the properties of the materials and (b) limits from the design methods and criteria used in the structural design process.

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Postdoctoral Position at Penn State University in Multiscale Computational Dynamics

We have an immediate opening in the Department of Engineering Science and Mechanics for a postdoctoral research associate in multiscale modeling and computational mechanics. The focus of this position is on the modeling, simulation, and analysis of the nonlinear evolution of coupled macro/microstructure in failure processes, with an emphasis toward structural health monitoring. Coupled-field models using continuum damage variables will be used to study the fundamental spatiotemporal features of damage evolution, particularly regarding the nature and origin of unpredictability in damage processes. The candidate must have a solid general background in theoretical mechanics and dynamics, and be familiar with nonlinear finite element analysis

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Two faculty positions in computational and experimental mechanics at Columbia University

Columbia University
Department of Civil Engineering and Engineering Mechanics

The Department of Civil Engineering and Engineering Mechanics invites applications for TWO tenure-track faculty positions to support a Department initiative in Sustainable Engineering. Qualified individuals are sought with expertise in either:

(1) Computational mechanics - with an emphasis on large-scale computing applied to multi-scale, multi-phase modeling of materials (from nano- to macro-scale), and/or mechanics and materials challenges in energy and/or the environment.

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