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Special Issue: Granular materials; Journal: Materials

Journal: Materials  (flyer attached)

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Special Issue: Granular materials   Special Issue Editor: Sinisa Mesarovic       Deadline: 15 April 2017

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Postdoctoral Researcher in Computational Mechanics of Composite Materials at IMDEA Materials

The research group of Design and Simulation of Composites Structures at IMDEA Materials, led by Drs. Carlos González and Cláudio S. Lopes, invites applications for a Postdoctoral Fellow in the field of multiscale computational mechanics of advanced composites. Candidates with strong background knowledge on computational damage mechanics, model development, and numerical simulation of advanced composite materials and structures are strongly encouraged to apply. Experience in experimental mechanical testing of composites is highly valued.

 

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Call for Abstract: Symposium XX: Bridging Scales in Heterogeneous Materials at 2014 MRS Fall Meeting & Exhibit (Nov 30 - Dec 5)

Dear colleagues,

You are cordially invited to submit an abstract to Symposium XX: Bridging Scales in Heterogeneous Materials at the 2014 MRS Fall Meeting & Exhibit, to be held
November 30 - December 5, 2014, in Boston, Massachusetts.

Grants for 3rd International Workshop on Physics Based Material Models and Experimental Observations Cesme/Turkey 2-4 June

In 2012 and 2013 we organized very successful Workshops on
"Physics-based material models and experimental observations" funded
by the European Union's Enlargement programme. We cordially invite you to
submit an abstract to the 3rd International Workshop on Physics Based
Material Models and Experimental Observations
to be held on 2-4 June
2014 in Cesme-Izmir/Turkey.

Two PhD positions on experimental and computational multiscale mechanics at Eindhoven University of Technology, the Netherlands

Our Mechanics of Materials Group at Eindhoven University of Technology, the Netherlands has two openings for talented PhD students in the field of multiscale mechanics of materials. They are part of a European Union funded project on multiscale methods for advanced materials. One opening is on the development of a fundamentally new multiscale approach towards material modelling and the other aims to integrate this approach with experimental methods.

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Postdoctoral Researcher in Computational Mechanics of Composite Materials at IMDEA Materials

The research group of Structural Composites at IMDEA Materials (Madrid, Spain), led by Dr. Cláudio S. Lopes and Dr. Carlos González, invites applications for a Postdoctoral Fellow in the field of multiscale computational analysis of composite structures. Candidates with strong background knowledge on computational damage mechanics, model development, and on numerical simulation of advanced composite materials and structures are strongly encouraged to apply. Experience in experimental mechanical testing of composites is highly valued.

 

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Hierarchical Materials Symposium at USNCTAM 2014 (Abstract Deadline: December 1, 2013)

Dear Colleagues,

 

We would
like to bring your attention to the symposium "Elasticity,
Plasticity, and Multiphysics of Hierarchical Materials: Mechanisms to
Mechanics" at the 17th U.S. National Congress on Theoretical &
Applied Mechanics, to be held June 15-20, 2014 at Michigan State
University.  A detailed description of the symposium can be
found below, and abstracts (due Dec 1, 2013) can be submitted at:

 

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Postdoctoral Positions in Computational Mechanics and Multiphysics at the US Naval Research Laboratory

The Multifunctional Materials Branch of the Materials Science & Technology Division at the US Naval Research Laboratory in Washington DC has an interest in postdoctoral associate candidates for several areas in computational mechanics and multiphysics.

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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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USNCCM 2013, Raleigh, USA: MS on Multiscale computational homogenization

You are welcome to submit abstracts to the MS 4.5 "Multiscale Computational homogenization for bridging scales in the mechanics and physics of complex materials", organized by P. Wriggers, K. Terada, V. Kouznetsova, M. Cho and myself at the 12th US National Congress on Computation Mechanics (USNCCM), July 22-25, 2013, in Raleigh, USA.

http://12.usnccm.org/

The  deadline fo abstract submission is February 15, 2013.

The topics of the MS can be found here:

Two PhD positions in computational and experimental multiscale mechanics of materials – Eindhoven, Netherlands

Our Mechanics of Materials Group at Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands, in association with Materials innovation institute M2i, has two openings for talented PhD students in the field of multiscale mechanics of materials. They are part of a project on multiscale hygro-mechanics of paper. The industrial background of the project is in inkjet-printing. One opening is on experimental characterisation and the other on multiscale computational modelling.
For exceptionally suited young doctors we may consider changing the positions into PostDoc positions.

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Call for Abstracts: Symposium IV.10 on “Multiscale Fracture and Failure of Materials” at SES 2012 (Atlanta, Oct 10-12)

A symposium on “Multiscale Fracture and Failure of Materials” is being organized for the 49th Annual Technical Meeting of the Society of Engineering Sciences (SES 2012) at the Georgia Institute of Technology from 10 to 12 October, 2012.
 
To submit an abstract for oral presentation at this symposium, please visit the conference website at http://ses2012.org/. The deadline for abstract submission is April 2, 2012.
 

PhD positions in Multiscale computation and modelling of granular materials

Multiscale computation and modelling of granular materials
 

Granular materials are ubiquitous in nature and extensively utilized in many processes in civil, chemical, mechanical and mining industries.  Understanding and predicting granular material behaviour is vital for migrating natural hazards and for optimising industrial processes.  However, complexity arising from grain interactions poses considerable challenge to this task.  To date, there is no universal theory or model can describe granular material behaviour for a wide range of conditions.

 

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Keynote Lecture by Prof. Ted Belytschko at 2008 ASME IMECE in Boston

I would like to invite everyone attending the 2008 ASME IMECE next week in Boston to attend a keynote lecture given by Prof. Ted Belytschko of Northwestern University.  The lecture will occur at 1:45 PM on Tuesday, November 4, and will be entitled "Multiscale Computations of Fracture - When Does Flaw Tolerance Occur?" 

Further information on Prof. Belytschko's talk can be found here: 

http://www.asmeconferences.org/Congress08/PlenarySessions.cfm

Ph.D. Research Assistantship in Multi-Scale/Multi-Physics Material Modeling at the University of Colorado, Boulder

A graduate student researcher is sought to work on a theoretical and computational aspect of multiscale/ multi-physics material modeling (with an emphasis on biological materials and structures). The project’s envisioned outcome is to a better understanding of the relationship between the small scale physics and structures and the overall macroscopic properties of a material. This research has application in the design of new, smart material, or in the development of treatment for injuries and disease of biological tissues.

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