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3.5 year postdoc in computational solid mechanics at Durham University, UK

Postdoctoral Research Associate in Computational Solid Mechanics (42 months form February 2022)
Department of Engineering, Durham University, UK

Assistant Professor posts available at Durham University UK. Closing April 7th

We have a number of open permanent positions at Assistant Professor level in the Department of Engineering at Durham University in the UK. We are seeking to fill posts in civil or structural engineering, and in offshore geotechnical engineering, with no restriction on nature of interests, e.g. computational or otherwise.

Lecturer in Applied Mechanics at Durham University, UK

Having just filled a vacancy at Senior Lecturer level, we now have another opportunity at Durham, for a Lecturership in Applied Mechanics. This is a permanent position (subject to the usual probation period). Full details are on The closing date is November 29th.

Lecturer/Senior Lecturer position in Applied Mechanics at Durham University, UK

We are looking to fill a permanent position as lecturer/senior lecturer in Applied Mechanics and are particularly keen to hear from successful academics with an established track record of high quality research in numerical methods in computational mechanics. Full details are on the University Jobs webpages, look for reference 4809, and the closing date is August 10th.

Postdoc position in computational geomechanics at Durham University

We have EPSRC funding for a 39 month project modelling seabed ploughing (for cable and pipeline installation) starting in October 2014. We are recruiting two postdocs one in computational geomechanics (based at Durham, details here, closing August 4th) and another in experimental geomechanics (based at Dundee, details here).

Academic posts (Lecturer/Senior Lecturer/Reader/Professor) in Computational Mechanics(including Fracture Mechanics, Inelasticity

Academic posts (Lecturer/Senior Lecturer/Reader/Professor) in Computational Mechanics(including Fracture Mechanics, Inelasticity and Geomechanics) Durham University, UK

Up to four posts are available to join an existing team including a number of recent young hires (Akkerman, Koziara, Coombs, Giani, Mao, Gonnet ... ) in a general engineering school which also includes computer science. We are now one of the largest groups in computational mechanics in the UK.

CM13 - An International Conference on Computational Mechanics - Durham, UK, March 25-27 2013


Dear Colleagues

We have received a healthy number of abstracts already for CM13 but we invite you to consider submitting one if you have not done so already. The deadline is 31st July 2012 with full papers due October 15th 2012 (so that they can be reviewed). Please visit the conference website for more details, or contact me directly. I hope some of you can join us in England in 2013.

International Conference on Computational Mechanics, Durham, UK, 25-27 March 2013

Dear Colleagues, On behalf of the CM13 Organising Committee, I would like to invite you to attend an International Conference on Computational Mechanics - CM13, to be held in Durham, UK from 25-27 March 2013. The conference is organised under the banner of the UK Association of Computational Mechanics in Engineering (ACME) replacing, for 2013, the annual ACME meeting with a much larger and truly international event. A flyer containing full details of the conference can be downloaded here.

Lecturer in Computational/Theoretical Solid Mechanics (permanent) at Durham University, UK

We have another new position available in computational mechanics at Durham. Please contact me if you want further information on the group, School or University.  

On   Durham University Job Vacancies site (ref 0935)


Academic posts in High Performance Computing - Durham University, UK

School of Engineering and Computing Sciences, Durham University, UK.  We have four posts available in high performance computing applied to computational science and engineering (two lectureships, one readership and one chair). CLOSING DATE January 7th 2011.

Search on or the Durham University Vacancies website

Charles Augarde

Chair and Lectureship in BioEngineering at Durham University, UK


Can I draw your attention to a Chair position and Lectureship in Bioengineering at the School of Engineering, Durham University. While the curent Chair position is occupied by an experimentalist, the postitions are open to candidates with interests in computational modelling and I would encourage anyone in that area to take a look.

Further details are available at the Durham jobs website Closing dates are 10/07/09 for the Chair and 31/07/09 for the Lectureship.

Lectureship in Biomechanics Durham University, UK

Colleagues, can I draw your attention to the following position. Closing date is 5th December. If you want to know more about the post or the department feel free to contact me.

Thanks, Charles

Lecturer in Bioengineering

School of Engineering, Durham University, UK

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