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new postdoc opening at University of Wisconsin-Madison

We invite applications for a post-doctoral researcher position in the general area of computational design. 

Candidates with strong background in isogeometric analysis, finite element analysis, structural optimization, and/or high-performance computing are encouraged to apply.

For additional information, please contact Prof. Xiaoping Qian (qian@engr.wisc.edu). To apply, email your application files (CV, 1-page summary of research accomplishments and research interests, and 3 references).

postdoctoral position in finite element based design

The Computational Design & Manufacturing Laboratory (CDM) at the University of Wisconsin-Madison is inviting applications for a post-doctoral researcher position in the general area of computational design. 

Candidates with strong background in finite element analysis, structural optimization, and/or high-performance computing are encouraged to apply.

Post-doctoral Researcher in Advanced Modelling (TU Delft)

Mechanical, Maritime and Materials Engineering at TU Delft

The 3mE Faculty trains committed engineering students, PhD candidates and post-doctoral researchers in groundbreaking scientific research in the fields of mechanical, maritime and materials engineering. 3mE is the epitome of a dynamic, innovative faculty, with a European scope that contributes demonstrable economic and social benefits.

postdoctoral position - isogeometric analysis

IMATI-CNR and the Mathematics Department of the University of Pavia offer a postdoc position on isogeometric analysis. This research project focuses on the design and implementation of innovative isogeometric methods for solid/fluid mechanics.  In particular the target applications are related to

- nearly-incompressible and fibered materials

- fluids in geological formations

Post-doctoral Researcher in Advanced Modelling (TU Delft)

 Job description 

As systems become more complex and multidisciplinary, design of these systems also becomes more complicated. To assist design of such systems, physical models and computational tools are needed for their analysis and optimisation. The SOM group's research focus is on the development of such advanced (computational) design techniques, combined with the understanding and design of innovative mechanical devices in precision and microsystems engineering. 

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CONSTITUTIVE MODELS FOR STRONGLY CURVED BEAMS IN THE FRAME OF ISOGEOMETRIC ANALYSIS

The current development of the isogeometric approach in various fields of mechanics is explained by the high-accuracy results which can be achieved at a reduced computational cost by codes based on non-uniform rational B-splines (NURBS). In the case of strongly curved beams the simple diagonal de Saint-Venant’s constitutive model can lead to significant errors as it has been reported in the classic literature. Other models such as Winkler’s have been proposed and seem more suitable for these kinds of structures.

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Positions for PhD students and postdoctoral researchers

 

Positions for PhD students and postdoctoral researchers
at the Institute of Applied Geometry, JKU, Linz, Austria

 

 The Institute of Applied Geometry at Johannes Kepler University
(www.ag.jku.at) has vacant positions for PhD students and
postdoctoral researchers. Applicants should possess a background
in geometric modeling, computational geometry or numerical analysis.

 

postdoctoral position - isogeometric analysis

IMATI-CNR and the Mathematics Department of the University of Pavia offer a postdoc position on isogeometric analysis. This research project focuses on the design and implementation of innovative isogeometric methods for solid/fluid mechanics.  In particular the target applications are related to

- nearly-incompressible and fibered materials

- fluids in geological formations

This research project is partially supported by the private sector, and is supervised by Annalisa Buffa and Giancarlo Sangalli.

postdoctoral position - isogeometric analysis

IMATI-CNR and the Mathematics Department of the University of Pavia offer a postdoc position on isogeometric analysis. This research project focuses on the design and implementation of innovative isogeometric methods for solid/fluid mechanics.  In particular the target applications are related to

- nearly-incompressible and fibered materials

- fluids in geological formations

This research project is partially supported by the private sector, and is supervised by Annalisa Buffa and Giancarlo Sangalli.

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High order isogeometric cohesive elements for delamination analysis

Please find attached two recent papers on the use of high order B-splines/NURBS cohesive interface elements for an efficient modeling of delamination of composite laminates.  

PhD and postdoc positions in Pavia

The Mathematics Department of the University of Pavia is currently offering 1 PhD position (3 years) and 2 postdoc positions (1 year, renewable) within the framework of the ERC Consolidator Grant HIgeoM. This research project focuses on mathematical study and development of isogeometric analysis for solid and fluid mechanics.


Interested candidates may find a detailed description of the activity and the instructions how to apply here:

http://www-dimat.unipv.it/sangalli/higeom

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Ph.D. positions in Computational Geometry and Mechanics at BYU

Two PhD positions in my research group are immediately available. Both positions involve the design, analysis, and implementation of numerical methods for computer aided design, analysis, and optimization with particular emphasis on complex multiphysics systems.

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Post-doc position at the TU Braunschweig within ERC StG "INTERFACES"

One Post-Doc position is now available at the Institut für Angewandte Mechanik of the Technische Universität Braunschweig, Germany, within the ERC Starting Researcher Grant "INTERFACES". The position is a full-time fixed-term position for 2 years with the possibility of renewal.

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IGA 2014: Isogeometric Methods – Integrating Design and Analysis

IGA 2014: Isogeometric Methods – Integrating Design and Analysis, a USACM/ICES thematic conference, will take place at the AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center, University of Texas at Austin, on January 8-10, 2014 (see attachment). For further information, please contact: info@usacm.org

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PostDoc Position & PhD (f/m) in Isogeometric Analysis at RICAM, Linz, Austria.

“Geometry and Simulation” supported by the Austrian Science Fund  is searching for a PostDoc and PhD candidate with a strong background in computational methods for partial differential equations, numerical analysis, software development and scientific computing. More information about the National Research Network “Geometry and Simulation” can be found on the NRN web page http://www.gs.jku.at/index.shtml. 

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PhD positions in Computational Mechanics at the University of Salento in Lecce, Italy

3 PhD positions are now available at the Department of Innovation Engineering at the University of Salento in Lecce, Italy. Funding is provided by the European Research Council Starting Researcher Grant project "INTERFACES-Mechanical Modeling of Interfaces in Advanced Materials and Structures".

The successful applicant will work on topics related to computational methods for interface modeling, isogeometric analysis, and multiscale methods.

Applicants should possess the following qualifications/attributes:

(a) an Engineering degree in a closely related area;

Distinguished Lecture on Isogeometric Analysis - sponsored by Elsevier and the NJIT Granular Science Laboratory - April 11, 2012

Presented by Prof. Thomas J. R. Hughes
Institute for Computational Engineering and Sciences
University of Texas at Austin

April 11, 2012
2:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Guttenberg Information Technologies Center (GITC) – Room 3710

For more information about this lecture, go to  http://www.journals.elsevier.com/mechanics-research-communications/

 

MRC Elsevier Distinguished Lecture, NJIT, Wednesday 11 April 2012

 

Elsevier is pleased to announce that Professor Thomas Hughes will be presenting 'Isogeometric Analysis', the Mechanics Research Communications Elsevier Distinguished Lecture (sponsored by Elsevier and the New Jersey Institute of Technology Granular Science Laboratory). The lecture will take place in the Guttenberg Information Technologies Center, NJIT, on Wednesday April 18, 2012, 2:30 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. and we are hoping to post it on the web at a later date. Full details are available at

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T Splines and related stuff

Hi Friends,

Is there anybody working on T Splines, apart from Sederberg's team?

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