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Call for Abstracts: Symposium on Acoustic Metamaterials and Phononic Crystals, ASME-McMAT 2015

First of all, Happy New Year to you all!

We would like to invite you to participate in the Symposium on Acoustic Metamaterials and Phononic Crystals at the ASME 2015 Applied Mechanics and Materials Conference (McMAT2015) to be held this summer from June 29 to July 1, 2015 in Seattle, Washington. 

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Call for Abstracts: IMECE 2014 Symposium on Phononic Crystals and Metamaterials

Dear Colleague,

 

We would like to invite you to participate in the Annual Symposium on “Phononic Crystals and Metamaterials” at the ASME International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Expo (IMECE) to be held in Montreal, Quebec (Nov. 14-20, 2014).

 

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Phononics 2013


We cordially invite you to participate in Phononics 2013: The Second International Conference on Phononic Crystals/Metamaterials, Phonon Transport and Optomechanics – to be held in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt, from June 2–7, 2013. The conference covers the following themes:

(1) phononic crystals, (2) acoustic metamaterials, (3) wave propagation in periodic structures, (4) nanoscale phonon transport, and (5) optomechanics.  

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Journal Club Theme of April 2012: Phononics: Structural Dynamics of Materials

Engineering structures are made out of materials and as such there is a natural hierarchy in which a material’s intrinsic properties contribute to shaping up the structure’s response. It is possible however to reverse this hierarchy and engineer materials that are made out of structures. In this case, the intrinsic properties of a material are shaped by the structural response. Such a configuration can only be realized with a repeated structure, forming an array of identical unit cells.

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Multiple Open Positions for Ph.D. Candidates in Experimental/Computational Mechanics, University of South Carolina

We seek for highly motivated Ph.D. candidates in the field of 1) Acoustic metamaterials (e.g., phononic crystals), 2) Advanced composite materials, and 3) NDE/SHM, to join Advanced Structures Laboratory (http://www.me.sc.edu/research/ASL/) at the University of South Carolina. The Advanced Structures Laboratory is located in the Mechanical Engineerin Department, which is ranked 31st nationally according to National Research Council and is recently emerging due to the construction of Aerospace Cluster driven by Boeing Company and GE Aviation.

 

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