PhD scholarship on: "Reduced Order Model of PGD type application to numerical computing in high cycle fatigue"Submitted by saberelarem on Tue, 2013-05-14 10:40.
A fully funded PhD scholarship exists in the area of solid mechanics at
the Arts et Métiers ParisTech, CER Angers, France.
The successful applicant will have a Msters' degree in
solid mechanics, physics or applied Mathematics . He/she
is expected to have very good numerical
One Ph.D. position is now available starting October 2013 on magnetorheological elastomers in the Solid Mechanics Laboratory of Ecole Polytechnique, France. The potential student will work on the development of new experimental procedures and high fidelity numerical models for the understanding and constitutive description of microstructured magnetorheological solids. Students with strong interest in new coupled problems and strong background in engineering, physics or/and mechanics are encouraged to apply.
Please find more information and contact details in the attached pdf file or visit the following webpages:
The Post-Doc position is open for 2013-2014 (2 years) at the
Faculty of Applied Sciences of the University of West Bohemia in
Pilsen, Czech republic. Details to be announced at the end of September 2012.
PhD Studentship: Rock Fracture and Fragmentation: Optimization
IMPERIAL COLLEGE, LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM
APPLICATION DEADLINE: 31 OCTOBER 2012
In micomechanics, homogenization of heterogeneous
materials based on FEM is traditional. Homogenization based on FFT technique has been recently found (in many literatures) to have much more advantages
in term of accuracy, computational cost and resource consumption.
I am wondering why FEMs are still
widely used in education, research, and industries of
ERC Starting Research Grant (IDEAS) on Multi-field and multi-scale computational approach to design and durability of photovoltaic modules
Principal Investigator: Prof. Dr. Ing. Marco Paggi
CALL FOR PhD STUDENTS (Jan 2013 – Dec 2015; application: deadline in summer 2012)
Prof. Marco Paggi is opening at Politecnico di Torino 3 new positions for PhD students (PhD in Structural Engineering), supported by the European Research Council (see SCUDO, http://dottorato.polito.it/ for the application procedure to be announced soon).
Find out more > http://bit.ly/Intcae12
In the field of numerical analysis, the International CAE Conference is the most important event in Italy and one of the leading conferences in Europe. It features two congress days and some Users' Meetings of the main technologies developed by the most important worldwide CAE players, such as ANSYS, Flowmaster, MAGMA, Forge, modeFRONTIER and many others.
PhD Studentship: Rock Fracture and Fragmentation
IMPERIAL COLLEGE, LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM
APPLICATION DEADLINE: 15 AUGUST 2011
Background: The Rio Tinto Centre for Advanced Mineral Recovery was founded
Location: Ecole Normale Supérieure de Cachan, LMT Cachan, South of Paris, France
Duration: 18 month
Starting date: Between March 2011 and September 2011
I use the meshless Galerkin method for 3D simulation of plate movement. This method requires the volume integration over a test domain. Could somebody help me with the volume integration? I wonder if there are standard or open source algorithms that can be used for this problem.
I would appriciate any help.
The Computational Science and Engineering Program at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign is seeking highly qualified candidates for one post-doctoral research associate position in the Center for Simulation of Advanced Rockets.
This blog focuses on viscoelasticity (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Viscoelasticity)
Suppose if somebody asked you the following question, and more importantly, wanted the answer to an accuracy of 100-digits:
- Problem A: A particle at the center of a 10 x 1 rectangle undergoes Brownian motion (i.e., two-dimensional random walk with infinitesimal step lengths) until it hits the boundary. What is the probability that it hits at one of the ends rather than at one of the sides?
Or, this question (again, demanding the answer to an accuracy of 100-digits):
- Problem B: A square plate [-1,1]x[-1x1] is at a temperature u = 0. At time t=0 the temperature is increased to u=5 along one of the four sides while being held at u=0 along the other three sides, and heat then flows into the plate according to u_t = \nabla u. When does the temperature reach u=1 at the center of the plate?
You might be tempted to answer back "What's the point?", and, probably, you are justified. However, if you did that, you would have missed some wonderful oppurtunity to learn (and/or teach), among other things, the following lessons:
Questions about meshfree methods are now addressed in the forum, under the Computational Mechanics subheading.
If you click on a question below, you will be redirected to the forum. I will update this post as more questions are added. Other experts are encouraged to augment my response there.