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Call for Abstracts: "International Symposium on Composite and Multifunctional Materials" at SEM 2015 (Costa Mesa, CA) June 8-11

The International Symposium on Composite and Multifunctional Materials will include sessions in Additive Manufacturing, Digital Image Correlation, Non-Destructive Evaluation, Damage Detection, 3D Imaging, Fracture and Fatigue, Multifunctional Materials, Hybrid Materials, Nano and Particulate Composites, and Recycled Composites, as well as Aerospace, Oil & Gas, Automotive, Bio, and Energy Applications.  An award will be given to the best paper in the symposium.

One Ph.D position in Mechanics of Materials starting from Spring, 2014

One Ph.D position starting from Spring, 2014 is available in the Mechanical Engineering Department at Temple University, Philadelphia, PA, US. 

  

The research program will focus on mechanics of multi-functional materials and structures, thin film, mechanical self-assembly, and their novel applications in healthcare, energy absorption, and energy harvesting, etc. The research will involve a combination of experiments, modeling, and simulation methods (FEM and MD etc). Candidates with experimental or modeling background and interests in solid mechanics, mechanical engineering, materials science, and bio-engineering are highly encouraged to apply. 

  

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