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Postdoc in multi-scale simulation and optimization of textiles at SUTD in Singapore

We are looking for a postdoctoral research fellow who has experience and interest in developing and implementing computational methods and algorithms for simulation and optimization in structural and continuum mechanics.

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PhD positions at IMT School for Advanced Studies Lucca, Italy

Dear Mechanician,

we are searching for excellent PhD candidates for the next 3-yrs PhD programme in Systems Science (Track Computer Science and Systems Engineering, research unit MUSAM on Multi-scale Analysis of Materials) of the IMT School for Advanced Studies Lucca (Lucca, Tuscany, Italy) to work on an interdisciplinary research topic across computational mechanics, materials science, optimization, and high-performance computing.

Deadline: August 3rd 2018 at 12.00pm (CEST)

Two PhD positions in Computational Mechanics at Mines ParisTech (CEMEF)

The group of Computational Solids Mechanics at CEMEF Mines ParisTech, in the French Riviera, is seeking two candidates for Ph.D. positions. The appointment is starting on October 1st 2018.

The research topics are related to :

- 3D Numerical modelling of Ductile Fracture
- Numerical modelling of sheet-like materials under complex loading paths

Interested applicants can send a resume to

mohsenzaeem's picture

Two PhD positions are available immediately in Computational Materials and Mechanics Laboratory at the Colorado School of Mines

Two PhD positions are available immediately in the Computational Materials and Mechanics Laboratory at the Colorado School of Mines.

Candidates should have a master's degree in mechanical engineering, materials science and engineering, solid-state physics, or applied mathematics. A background in phase field modeling, molecular dynamics, and/or density functional theory calculations is desired.

QiushiChen's picture

Postdoc position in granular mechanics and discrete element modeling

A postdoc position is available in the area of computational mechanics, in particular, granular mechanics and discrete element modeling (DEM), in support of a Department of Energy-funded research project on Integrated Process Optimization for Biochemical Conversion. This is a multidisciplinary research project with collaborations between multiple academic institutions and the DOE's Idaho National Laboratory.

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PhD position in computational mechanics

We in Aalto University School of Engineering are looking for a doctoral student to work on numerical modelling of fragmentation of quasi-brittle materials. In more detail, you will study breakage and fragmentation of ice blocks. These phenomena occur under compressive loads in ice block to ice block contacts. The fragmentation process is complicated, and requires novel numerical modelling techniques. Modelling may need to be done on different scales, which may have to reach from very high resolution modeling to simplified contact models on larger scale.

WaiChing Sun's picture

Last Call for Abstracts: EMI mini-symposium on Computational Geomechanics, Boston 5/29-6/1/2018 (abstracts due tomorrow)

MS27: Computational GeomechanicsWaiChing Sun, Columbia University
Jose Andrade, Caltech
Ronaldo Borja, Stanford University
Jinhyun Choo, University of Hong Kong
Majid Manzari, George Washington University
Richard Regueiro, University of Colorado Boulder

Computational Mechanics Luxembourg 2018. Lab report.

Please find our activity report here 

http://hdl.handle.net/10993/33806

http://orbilu.uni.lu/bitstream/10993/33806/1/2018labReport.pdf

Highlights

- Highly Cited Clarivate Analytics  

- Free Software Download

- 15 PhD positions open in computational biomechanics

- upcoming ECCOMAS sister association in Luxembourg 

- Short courses and new Master Programme

- Open Access free paper downloads

Arttu Polojärvi's picture

PhD position in computational mechanics

We are looking for a doctoral student to work on numerical modelling of fragmentation of quasi-brittle materials. In more detail, you will study breakage and fragmentation of ice blocks. These phenomena occur under compressive loads in ice block to ice block contacts. The fragmentation process is complicated, and requires novel numerical modelling techniques. Modelling may need to be done on different scales, which may have to reach from very high resolution modeling to simplified contact models on larger scale.

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Postdoctoral and PhD positions in Stochastic Computational Mechanics, Duke University

Several positions at the PhD and postdoctoral levels are available in the group of Prof. Guilleminot at Duke University. The ideal candidates should have a particular interest in conducting interdisciplinary research at the interface of computational mechanics, materials science and uncertainty quantification. Topics of interest include (but are not limited to) stochastic modeling and computational frameworks for large-scale nonlinear materials and systems, statistical inverse problems and multiscale approaches.

rabedi's picture

PhD position in computational solid / fracture mechanics

Hello,

I have a PhD position available for a project titled "Asynchronous, Parallel-Adaptive Solution of Extreme Multiscale Problems in Seismology" funded by the U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF). The research involves:

a. Formulation of contact / fracture models (interfacial and/or bulk) for seismic applications, e.g. anisotropic, inhomogeneous rock under dynamic loads.

b. Adaptive spacetime time discontinuous Galerkin formulation for the solution of multiphysics PDEs relevant to this application.

c. High performance computing aspects of the method.

Post-doctoral fellow in Chile's Legato Team

Possibilities for postdoctoral fellowships in Computational Mechanics with Elena Atroshchenko in collaboration within the Legato Team http://legato-team.eu

Please apply here: http://www.conicyt.cl/fondecyt/2016/09/06/concurso-postdoctorado-2018/

If you need information, please contact Elena Atroshchenko <eatroshchenko@ing.uchile.cl>

ludovicnoels's picture

PhD position in development of cracking computational models in high entropy alloys

We are looking for a highly motivated PhD candidate for a project related to the development of cracking computational models in high entropy alloys.

Context

In the frame of a collaborative project between three universities (Ulg, UCL and ULB), the main objective of the offered PhD position will be to develop a numerical modeling framework for cracking in high entropy alloys, known for their high toughness properties.

PhD opportunity

marco.paggi's picture

2017/18 PhD program at IMT School for Advanced Studies Lucca

2017/18 PhD program at IMT School for Advanced Studies Lucca

Deadline for applications – July 18th 2017, 12 pm (midday) Italian time

     

M.S./Ph.D. position in Computational Mechanics and Materials at University of Massachusetts Dartmouth

Applications are invited for an M.S./Ph.D. position in Computational Mechanics and Materials at the Department of Mechanical Engineering at University of Massachusetts Dartmouth. The ideal candidate should have a B.S. in engineering, math or physics, with prior experience in continuum mechanics, computational modeling, and/or finite element analysis. The position will start in Fall 2017.

WaiChing Sun's picture

Postdoc Position on computational mechanics of polycrystaline rocks

Dear colleagues, 

A postdoc position is immediately available in my research group. Experience on derivation, implementation, validation and verification of crystal plasticity model at finite strain is required. Knowledge on meshless method and/or phase field modeling is a plus but not required. 

For further information, please visit our research group webpage listed below. 

http://poromechanics.weebly.com/

RA/Post-doc openings in ME at IISc Bangalore

There is an immediate opening for a research assistant and a post doc in the Mech. Engg department at the Indian Institute of Science Bangalore. Proficiency in scientific computing and finite element methods is required. 

Interested candidates can apply by emailing:

rram@mecheng.iisc.ernet.in

Two M.S. positions in Computational Mechanics and Materials at University of Massachusetts Dartmouth

Applications are invited for two M.S. positions in Computational Mechanics and Materials at the Department of Mechanical Engineering at University of Massachusetts Dartmouth. The ideal candidate should have a B.S. in engineering, math or physics. The positions will start in Fall 2017.

PhD opening in computational mechanics at EPFL

I have a PhD opening in my group to start in 2017 on the multiscale modeling of fluid driven fracture propagation.

Interested individuals should contact me, and submit in parallel an application to EPFL doctoral school in mechanics

(see http://phd.epfl.ch/edme for more details about the mechanics PhD program at EPFL and the application process).

 

A brief description of the topic can be found in attached file.

Flavio Stochino's picture

Mixed assumed-strain finite element model for laminates

Fibre-reinforced plates and shells are finding an increasing interest in engineering applications; in most cases dynamic phenomena need to be taken into account. Consequently, effective and robust computational tools are sought in order to provide reliable results for the analysis of such structural models. In this paper the mixed assumed-strain laminated plate element, previously used for static analyses, has been extended to the dynamic realm. This model is derived within the framework of the so-called First-order Shear Deformation Theory (FSDT).

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