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EML Webinar

  • Mark your calendar: every Wednesday at 10 am Boston, 3 pm London, 10 pm Beijing.
  • Join live webinars in two ways: Zoom (for attending the lecture and participating in the discussion) or YouTube Live Stream.
  • Replay videos of past EML Webinars on YouTube or Weibo.
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EML Webinar by Prof. Chiara Daraio on July 1, 2020: The Mechanics of Robotic Matter

EML Webinar on July 1, 2020 will be given by Prof. Chiara Daraio at Caltech via Zoom meeting. Discussion leader: Teng Li, University of Maryland.

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EML Webinar by Prof. Michael Dickey on June 24, 2020: Liquid metals at the extreme

EML Webinar on June 24, 2020 will be given by Prof. Michael Dickey, NC State University. Discussion leader: Hanqing Jiang, Arizona State University.

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EML Webinar by Prof. Norman Fleck on May 27, 2020

EML Webinar on May 27, 2020 will be given by Prof. Norman Fleck at the University of Cambridge via Zoom meeting. Discussion leader: Vikram Deshpande, Cambridge.

Title: New Horizons in Microarchitectured Materials

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EML Webinar by Prof. Katia Bertoldi on May 13, 2020


EML Webinar on May 13, 2020 will be given by Prof. Katia Bertoldi at Harvard University via Zoom meeting. 

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EML Webinar by Prof. Xuanhe Zhao on May 6, 2020

EML Webinar on May 6, 2020 will be given by Prof. Xuanhe Zhao at MIT via Zoom meeting. 

Title: Extreme Mechanics of Soft Materials for Merging Human-Machine Intelligence

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EML Webinar by Prof. Huajian Gao on April 29, 2020

EML Webinar on April 29, 2020 will be given by Prof. Huajian Gao at Nanyang Technological University via Zoom meeting. 

Title: Simulation-assisted discovery of membrane targeting nanomedicines

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EML Webinar by Prof. John Rogers on April 22, 2020

EML Webinar on April 22, 2020 will be given by Prof. John A. Rogers at Northwestern University via Zoom meeting.

Title: Enabling Ideas in the Mechanics of Bio-Integrated Electronic Systems – From COVID-19 Patients to Engineered Mini-Brains

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Inaugural EML Webinar by Prof. John Hutchinson at Harvard on April 15, 2020

Extreme Mechanics Letters (EML)  announces EML Webinar, freely open to anyone interested in mechanics around the world.


The inaugural EML Webinar will be given by Prof. John W. Hutchinson at Harvard University via Zoom meeting.

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Zheng Jia will be the next Editor of iMechanica Journal Club

Zheng Jia, of Zhejiang 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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2019 Timoshenko Medal Acceptance Lecture: J.N. Reddy

The 2019 Timoshenko Medal Acceptance Lecture by Prof. J.N. Reddy of Texas A&M Univerisity has been published as a Guest Editorial in the Journal of Applied Mechanics, as attached.




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Multiple Postdoctoral Research Positions Available Immediately at University of Maryland, College Park


Applications are invited for multiple postdoctoral research positions in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at University of Maryland, College Park (UMD).  Successful candidates will participate in a vibrant interdisciplinary and collaborative research group and be involved in projects pursuing research in the field of novel sustainable materials with exceptional properties. Applicants in the following two areas are welcome:


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Mechanicians and Materials Scientists elected to US National Academy of Engineering

The US National Academy of Engineering (NAE) has elected 83 new members and 16 foreign members, announced NAE President C. D. (Dan) Mote, Jr., today. Among the newly elected NAE members include the following mechanicians and materials scientists:

Anand, Lallit, Warren and Towneley Rohsenow Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge. For contributions to the development of plasticity for engineering technology: theory, experiment, and computation.

NAE Foreign Members:


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