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Marie Curie Early Stage Researcher (PhD student), Improving the crashworthiness of composite transportation structures

Applications are invited for a PhD position at the University of Limerick, Ireland, funded through the EU Marie Curie Early Stage Researcher Programme.

SALARY: €37,903 p.a. (plus family allowance of €4,589 p.a. where appropriate in accordance with Marie Skłodowska-Curie programme rules).

Topic: Development of discrete fastener-less joining technologies for impact protection devices

Post-Doctoral Researcher in Materials Science and Engineering

 

 

DEPARTMENT:  U.S. Department of Energy

 

AGENCY:  National Energy Technology Laboratory

 

LEVEL:  Post-Doctoral

 

POSITION INFORMATION:  Temporary, 12 months full-time with the possibility of extension

 

DUTY LOCATION:  Albany, Oregon

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Two postdoctoral positions in Mechanics of Materials at Oregon State University

We are seeking to fill two postdoctoral scholar positions at Oregon State University. The ideal candidates will have expertise in one or more of the following: computational materials science, granular mechanics, solid mechanics, and/or mechanical testing of materials. Positions will initially be for 1 year with an anticipated starting date of January 1st, 2015, with the possibility to continue for a second year depending on performance and continued funding.

The successful candidates will:

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ASM Educational Symposium: Innovations in Mechanical Testing: From Molecules to Large Engineering Structures

Dear iMechanica Readers,

Greetings from Oak Ridge.  
I would like to invite you, your colleagues and students to attend the annual Educational Symposium organized by the Oak Ridge Chapter of ASM International.  The theme for this year’s symposium is:

Bent F. Sørensen's picture

Deadline is approaction: 10 april - "Risø Int. Symposium: Composite materials for structural performance: towards higher limits"

The deadline for abstract submission for the 32, 10th April 2011, is approaching. The title of the 32nd Risø International Symposium on Materials Science is "Composite materials for structural performance: towards higher limits". The Symposium will be held from Monday 5th September to Friday 9th September 2011 at Risoe DTU - National Laboratory for Sustainable Energy, Technical University of Denmark, 4000 Roskilde, Denmark. We think this is an exciting Symposium theme and we are proud to present a great list of key-note presentations:

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"Composite materials for structural performance: Towards higher limits", Risø International Symposium, 5-9 September 2011

I would like to invite you to submit papers for the 32nd Risø International Symposium on Materials Science: "Composite materials for structural performance: towards higher limits". The idea of the symposium is to explore what are the real limits of structural performance of composite structures, covering both limitations by (a) the properties of the materials and (b) limits from the design methods and criteria used in the structural design process.

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Workshop on Probing the Limits of Strength, August 10-12, 2009 at LBL, Berkeley, CA

Dear Colleague:
 
You are cordially invited to attend a special Workshop on Probing the Limits of Strength, which will be held at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory on August 10-12, 2009. This workshop aims to bring together researchers with an interest in experimental and theoretical studies of the fundamental limits of strength in materials. The workshop will include a strong lineup of national and international speakers on advanced mechanical testing techniques and computational materials science of materials deformation at the elastic limit.

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