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Call for Abstracts:USNC/TAM 2022: Computational Fracture, Fatigue and Damage Modeling

Dear colleagues,

We'd like to cordially invite you to participate in the Minisymposium on "MS 308, Computational Fracture, Fatigue and Damage Modeling" at the 19th US National Congress on Theoretical and Applied Mechanics (USNC/TAM), to be held in Austin, Texas from June 19 to 24, 2022. The deadline for abstract submission is December 18th 2021.

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Call for Abstract Submission in USNC/TAM 2022-MS 308, Computational Fracture, Fatigue and Damage Modeling

Dear Fellow Mechanicians,

Cordially inviting you to submit an abstract for the upcoming USNC/TAM 2022, in session named as -"Computational Fracture, Fatigue and Damage Modeling"; we are encouraging (not limited to) research related to new method development to understand the fracture, damage and fatigue behavior in complex engineering materials such as soft polymers, composites, biological materials etc. Kindly consider submitting an abstract before the deadline of December 18, 2021.

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Phd positions in Michigan Technological University

PhD positions are available from Fall 2017, in Michigan Technological University, in Mechanical Engineering-Engineering Mechanics Department. The candidates are to work in the computational modeling of multiphysics behavior of polymer materials, high rate fracture response of gel like tissue mimicking materials or Design of microarchitectured polymer composites for improved functionality. Interested candidates can email their CV with relevant information at -tsain[AT]mtu.edu

Candidates with background in continuum mechanics, finite elements and materials modeling are preferred.

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PhD positions available in computational solid mechanics, materials modeling area in Michigan Technological University

PhD positions are available from Fall 2017, in Michigan Technological University, in Mechanical Engineering-Engineering Mechanics Department. The candidates are to work in the computational modeling of multiphysics behavior of polymer materials, high rate fracture response of gel like tissue mimicking materials or Design of microarchitectured polymer composites for improved functionality. Interested candidates can email their CV with relevant information at -tsain[AT]mtu.edu

Candidates with background in continuum mechanics, finite elements and materials modeling are preferred.

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