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A review of predictive nonlinear theories for multiscale modeling of heterogeneous materials

Since the beginning of the industrial age, material performance and design have been in the midst of innovation of many disruptive technologies. Today’s electronics, space, medical, transportation, and other industries are enriched by development, design and deployment of composite, heterogeneous and multifunctional materials. As a result, materials innovation is now considerably outpaced by other aspects from component design to product cycle. In this article, we review predictive nonlinear theories for multiscale modeling of heterogeneous materials.

Summer School - HPC for Engineering Simulation

The STFC Hartree Centre (in Warrington, UK - located between Manchester & Liverpool) is running 4 high performance computing summer schools from June to July 2016. They are primarily aimed at PhD students and postdoctoral researchers, but are also open to academics and industry at no extra cost. The tuition fees are subsidised by STFC and each week only costs £150. There is a 1 week school on each of the following topics:

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Extreme Multiscale Modeling - 53.8 Billion finite elements

In our recent Extreme Mechanics Letter, we present a simulation consisting of 53.8 Billion finite elements with 28.1 Billion nonlinear equations that is solved on 393,216 computing cores (786,432 threads). The excellent parallel performance of the computational homogenization solver is demonstrated by a strong scaling test from 4,096 to 262,144 cores.

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postdoc position in computational mechanics

A postdoc position is available in the Computational Mechanics Lab at the University of Texas at Dallas. The research will focus on high-performance computing application in the general field of computational mechanics. The potential candidate shall have a Ph.D. degree in mechanics, mechanical engineering and related areas with emphasis on computation and simulation and integration with experiments. The project will involve extensive programming on HPC platforms.

Postdoctoral Associate

The University of Notre Dame, Center for Shock Wave-processing of Advanced Reactive Materials (C-SWARM), is seeking a highly qualified candidate for the postdoctoral associate position in the area of computational mechanics/physics with emphasis on parallel numerical methods. C-SWARM is a center of excellence established by the National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) whose primary focus is on the emerging field of predictive science.

Open Postdoctoral Position in Computational Science and Engineering

The University of Notre Dame, Center for Shock Wave-processing of Advanced Reactive Materials (C-SWARM), is seeking a highly qualified candidate for the postdoctoral associate position in the area of computational mechanics/physics with emphasis on parallel numerical methods. C-SWARM is a center of excellence established by the National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) whose primary focus is on the emerging field of predictive science.

could someone tell what should I do to run Abaqus job in High Performance Computing (HPC) systems?

I want to run a job file with Abaqus 6.14-1 Software in HPC system but we did not install Abaqus in our cluster before and I do not know how can I sure about the proper installation. I prefer to run Abaqus graphically but if it is not able, we can do it by .inp file.

the system is CentOs 6.5, 60 node that every node has 4 cpus and every cpu has 4 Gb RAM.I search in the internet but I can not find a step by step guide that explain the procedure of parallelization. 

Survey of Computing Platforms for Engineering Simulation

How many organisations are using Cloud Computing? Is the use of High Performance Technical Computing in engineering simulation set to grow in the next 5 years? Will Tablet PCs be powerful enough to run my application? What do my peers think?

These are typical questions asked by the engineering simulation community. Wouldn't it be great if we could take a snapshot of the type of computing platform we're using today and also predict where we will be in the next 5 years? 

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Associate Professor Position in High Performance Computational Methods at Northwestern

Applicants are invited to apply for a tenure track faculty position in Mechanical Engineering at the Associate Professor level in computational science and engineering at Northwestern University.  Higher level appointments will be considered under special qualifications. Candidates are expected to demonstrate strong skills in leadership and a commitment to collaboration and teaching in the graduate and undergraduate programs of the McCormick School of Engineering.

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WCCM 2012: Minisymposium on Multidisciplinary Design Optimization in Computational Mechanics

Call for Abstracts (Deadline: November 30, 2011)

As a part of WCCM 2012 (10th World Congress on Computational Mechanics)

Submit Your Abstract (Choose mini-symposium MS-073)

Royal Society - International Newton Fellowships

2 Year PDRA Opportunity in:

Image Based Modelling to Improve Damage/Fracture Tolerance in Materials

Research Engineer Position in Computational Mechanics at KAUST

A research engineer position is available in the Composite and Heterogeneous Materials Modeling and Simulation Laboratory (COHMAS) at King Abdullah Univeristy of Science and Technology (KAUST).

This position will be mainly engaged in two kind of activities:

1) Act as the Lab manager from the computational and simulation side, and support students, post-docs and researchers in the group in developing applications and usinghigh performance computing facilities;

Java for High-Performance Computational Engg. / Sciences?

In the past few days at iMechanica, there have been quite a few messages dealing with different aspects of programming, libraries and so on...

It would perhaps be timely, therefore, to ask:

Do you have any opinion about using Java in numerical analysis (NA) / FEM / CFD etc.---i.e., in computational engineering and sciences (CES)?

Do you have any experience or hard data concerning performance of Java vis-a-vis C++ or FORTRAN, esp. for large systems, or for high-performance applications? Any pointers?

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