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Journal Club for January 2021: 3D Printing of Soft Materials

3D Printing of Soft Materials

Qi (Kevin) Ge

Department of Mechanical and Energy Engineering

Sourthern University of Science and Technology, Shenzhen, China

 

1. Introduction

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EML Webinar

  • Mark your calendar: every Wednesday at 9:30 am Boston, 2:30 pm London, 3:30 Paris, 10:30 pm Beijing.
  • Join live webinars in two ways: Zoom (for attending the lecture and participating in the discussion) or YouTube Live Stream.
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PhD Scholarships in Computational Mechanics and Machine Learning, School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, UNSW Sydney, Australia

Professor Nasser Khalili's research group at the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, UNSW Sydney, Australia (https://www.engineering.unsw.edu.au/civil-engineering/staff/nasser-khalili), is looking for several PhD students on the following topics:

 

1) Computational Mechanics of Multiphase Porous Materials

2) Geo-structure Health Monitoring and Predictive Maintenance

Theoretical and Applied Fracture Mechanics' free-of-charge live webinar by Prof. David McDowell - Friday (15/1) at 2 pm GMT

As the Editor-in-Chief of Theoretical and Applied Fracture Mechanics (TAFMech, https://www.journals.elsevier.com/theoretical-and-applied-fracture-mechanics/), this post is to invite you all to attend our first free global live webinar on Fracture Mechanics-related topics that will take place this Friday (15/1) at 2 pm GMT:

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Collective behavior in the kinetics and equilibrium of solid-state photoreaction

Dear Colleagues,

Here is our recent paper published in EML on collective behavior in solid-state photoreaction. Combining statistical mechanics and continuum mechanics, we build a model to predict and explain multiple collective behaviors reported in experiments of solid-state photoreaction for the first time.

Collective behavior in the kinetics and equilibrium of solid-state photoreaction

Ruobing Bai, Ying Shi Teh, Kaushik Bhattacharya*

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Vibration localization due to flutter instability in a bladed rotor

The current push toward lightweight structures in aerospace and aeronautical engineering is leading to slender design airfoils, which are more likely to undergo large deformation, hence experiencing geometrical nonlinearities. The problem of vibration localization in a rotor constituted by N coupled airfoils with plunge and pitch degrees of freedom subjected to flutter instability is considered.

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Does roughness enhance or destroy adhesion????

Recently, Dalvi and co-authors have shown detailed experimental data of adhesion of soft spheres with rough substrates with roughness measured down to almost the atomic scale, finding that the Persson and Tosatti theory gave satisfactory predictions of the apparent work of adhesion during loading, once the increase of the surface area due to roughness is correctly computed at extremely small scales.

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Postdoc in Mechanics/Tribology of Triboelectric Nanogenerators at University of Glasgow

Specifically, the post requires expert knowledge in experimental and/or computational mechanics of materials and/or tribology. The position is part of a large international EPSRC-SFI funded project aimed at developing next generation textile triboelectric nanogenerators (or T-TENGs) for powering of wearable electronics.  This position will focus on the mechanics and tribology of T-TENGs and will involve both modelling and experimental work.

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10 days left for "Instabilities in structural membranes" Marie Curie PhD position @ University of Trento (Italy)

1 PhD position (36 months) within the EID-ITN Marie Curie project LIGHTEN, funded by European Union, is available at the University of Trento (Italy).
The student will be supervised by my colleague Diego Misseroni and myself (Francesco Dal Corso), and two engineers at the English company Tensys (where the student will spend 18 months). If you are interested, please read the below description and the attached announcement before to apply.

Fully paid PhD position, Fibre-reinforced Composites

Brief. One full-time PhD positions on "Fibre-reinforced Composites (manufacturing, non-destructive testing, and finite element analysis)" is available. The successful candidate will be working within a team of post-docs on an aerospace project.

Minimum Requirements. High GPA and a track record of high quality relevant publications.

Location. Griffith University, Gold Coast Campus, Australia.

Funding. Full funding is available for one candidate. 

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Postdoc Position at University of Connecticut

University of Connecticut has an immediate opening for a postdoctoral researcher.  The research project, sponsored by AFRL, concerns uncertainty quantification of manufacturing processes.  Required qualifications include good command of finite element analysis and related programming capability.  Preferred skills include knowledge on meta-modeling and understanding of machine learning.  Please contact Professor Jiong Tang (jiong.tang@uconn.edu) if you are interested.

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EML New Year Message

Dear Friends of EML,

Happy New Year! 

2020 was an extremely challenging year for all because of COVID 19. For most of us, the lockdowns and work from home negatively impacted our research activities; for some, it provided a time to reflect on the value of our work; and, for a few, it presented an unusual opportunity to explore new directions of research.

USACM 2021 Call for Award Nominations

Nominations for the 2021 USACM Honors and Awards are now being accepted.  For information on guidelines and submitting nominations, go to this web page:

http://forms.usacm.org/2021_HA_Call

The deadline for submission is January 31, 2021.  As a past President of the USACM, I'd like to encourage members of the iMechanica community to consider suitable awardees and nominate individuals as appropriate.  

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Fully funded PhD positions in Damage Mechanics and AI

I am looking for highly motivated, hardworking, and bright students to fill multiple fully-funded Ph.D. positions in my research group (www.ndsu-dams.org). Candidates are expected to have a strong background in computational mechanics and experimental methods. Course work or previous research experience in one or more of the following areas is desirable: soft materials, constitutive modeling, artificial intelligence, experimental techniques, continuum mechanics, Additive Manufacturing, etc.

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Numerics of growth-induced deformations

Dear iMechanicians,

Growth-induced deformation or morphoelasticity  is an interesting phenomenon ranging from living tissues to biological plants in nature. We recently publish a paper in JMPS that solves some challenging boundary value problems by addressing few key issues in computational morphoelasticity. It might be interesting for you.  

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Jie Yin will be the next Editor of iMechanica Journal Club

Jie Yin of North Carolina State University will be the next Editor of the iMechanica Journal Club. The Journal Club was initiated in January 2007, soon after the launch of iMechanica. It has quickly grown into a flagship feature of iMechanica, epitomizing the vibrant topics and dynamic researchers at the frontier of mechanics.

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Postdoctoral Fellow Position Available at Khalifa University

A Postdoctoral Research Fellow position is available immediately in the aerospace department at the Khalifa University of Science and Technology in Abu Dhabi in United Arab Emirates. Please see the attachment for more details. The candidate should be willing to join as soon as possible, possibly in the month of January 2021.

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Phase field predictions of microscopic fracture and R-curve behaviour of fibre-reinforced composites

Dear iMechanicians,

I hope that the following work is of interest to you. We combine the phase field method with cohesive zone modelling to predict the fracture behaviour of fibre-reinforced composites across scales.

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