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Fully-Funded MS Position from Spring 19

A fully-funded MS position is available from Spring 19 in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. The prospective student should be highly motivated to take part in computational and/or experimental research related to multiscale/multiphysics modeling and/or biomechanics. The student will be involved in any of the following areas depending on his/her interest and background: 1) Cellular Materials and Hierarchical Structures and 2) Osteoporosis and Hip Fracture Risk.

Assistant/Associate Professor in Mechanical Engineering

Building on our outstanding REF2014 results in Engineering and unsurpassed NSS outcomes in our engineering disciplines, the School of Engineering and Physical Sciences (EPS) wishes to enhance and complement its existing research capacity within its Institute of Mechanical, Process and Energy Engineering (IMPEE).  We are seeking individuals who can contribute to the continued growth of our research profile in Biomechanical and biomedical engineering and research activities at the life science/engineering interface.

Webinar - Simulation-ready Human Body Models with Simpleware, May 10 2018

Thu, May 10 2018 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM BST

Join this webinar and see how the Simpleware Human Body Model products benefit design and simulation applications such as medical devices, consumer products, bioelectromagnetics, and wearable technologies.

Simpleware at ORS 2018, Mar 10-Mar 13, New Orleans

Learn about Synopsys Simpleware software's 3D image data (MRI, CT, micro-CT...) processing and model generation capabilities for orthopaedics, including medical device design, at this year's ORS.

We'll be available at booth #1215 to discuss how to use Simpleware software to improve workflows using complex scan data.

Read more about this year's ORS

Simpleware at CMBBE 2018, Lisbon, Mar 26-Mar 29 2018

March 26-29, 2018 - Instituto Superior Técnico, Lisbon, Portugal

The 15th International Symposium Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering will include plenary lectures by renowned international speakers, workshops and special sessions, and presentation sessions by contributing authors. CMBBE 2018 will bring together established researchers and international key speakers, offering top level, state of the art knowledge and networking opportunities in the field of biomechanics and biomedical engineering.

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Postdoc in Mechanics of Woven and Fiber-based materials at the University of Pittsburgh

Applications are invited for a postdoctoral position in an exciting project applying advanced fiber-based mechanics to understand the eye and prevent blindness. The successful applicant will join an interdisciplinary team of engineers, clinicians and basic scientists at the Laboratory of Ocular Biomechanics of the University of Pittsburgh.

FEA of the Tibial Post of a Knee Prosthesis

Tibial post failure has been reported in several retrieval studies for knee surgeries using posterior-stabilized (PS) prostheses. Fractures of the tibial post are considered to be caused by high stress-induced destruction (bending and tensile forces). The design of polyethylene inserts requires a certain level of plastic deformation to take place without the risk of deformation. The design of the tibial post varies markedly among manufacturers.

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Postdoctoral Research Associate at Dartmouth

One postdoctoral fellow position in solid mechanics/biomechanics at Dartmouth is immediately available in the Chen group at Thayer School of Engineering at Dartmouth ( The subjects of research include, but arre not limited to, cancer cell migration, mechanics of morphogenesis in embryos or plants, and/or bioinspired robots.

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Abstract submission is open for MS-7-4 at ESMC 2018, deadline November 15, 2017


Mini-Symposium 7-4 - Instabilities in Structural Mechanics and Fluid-Structure Interactions at ESMC 2018 in Bologna. Deadline for abstract submission: November 15, 2017. Organizers: Oleg Kirillov (Northumbria University), Olivier Doare (ENSTA Paristech). Mini-symposium description:

Webinar: Simpleware Human Body Models, July 13th

Simpleware Human Body Models

Date: Thursday, July 13, 2017 

Time: 8:00 am PDT (West Coast) / 11:00 pm EDT (East Coast) / 4:00 pm BST (UK) / 5:00 pm CEST (Europe)

Attend this webinar to discover how Simpleware software and/or services can be leveraged to generate high-quality human body models from sources like MRI and CT image data. In partnership with SIMULIA.

Topics covered include:

Meet Simpleware at ORS 2017, San Diego, Mar 19-22

Simpleware ORS

The ORS Annual Meeting is the premier international meeting in the field of orthopaedics and musculoskeletal research, and is a major forum for engineers, orthopaedic surgeons, clinicians and biologists to discuss the most innovative and cutting-edge research in this area. Many advancements being realized today for the treatment of orthopaedic patients was at one time presented at the ORS Annual Meeting as an innovative idea.

Simpleware at ORS 2017

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Call for Abstract Submission to USNCCM14: Multiscale Modeling in Bio-Mechanical Systems

Dear Colleagues,

You are cordially invited to submit your one-page abstract to our Mini-Symposium (MS108) "Multiscale Modeling in Bio-Mechanical Systems" for

USACM's 14th U.S. National Congress on Computational Mechanics (USNCCM14)

Date & Location:

Postdoc position in soft tissue mechanics, Swansea University UK

A postdoctoral researcher position is open in my group to work on multi-scale and inverse models for soft tissues and heart valve mechanics. The aim of this research will be to develop models that predict aortic stenosis - the most common valve-related disease that affects 5% of the elderly. The project is funded through the research council of UK, and will provide opportunities of working closely with clinicians and experimental collaborators.

Candidate is required to have:

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How the embryonic chick brain twists

During early development, the tubular embryonic chick brain undergoes a combination of progressive ventral bending and rightward torsion, one of the earliest organ-level left–right asymmetry events in development. Existing evidence suggests that bending is caused by differential growth, but the mechanism for the predominantly rightward torsion of the embryonic brain tube remains poorly understood.

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One postdoctoral fellow position in solid mechanics/biomechanics available at Dartmouth

One postdoctoral fellow position in solid mechanics/biomechanics at Dartmouth is immediately available in the Chen group at Thayer School of Engineering at Dartmouth ( The subjects of research include, but are not limited to, cancer cell migration and mechanics of morphogenesis in embryos or plants.


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