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PhD position:Fluid-Structure Interactions in Hydraulic Turbine - Montreal Canada

A fully funded PhD thesis project is available at Polytechnique Montreal on Fluid-Structure Interactions in hydraulic turbines. 

This project is to be done in collaboration with Université Laval in Québec city where a fully instrumented test turbine is available. The thesis is part of a large research consortium involving two universities and the major industrial players in the design and operation of large hydraulic turbines in the province of Quebec (Andritz Hydro, EDF, General Electric, Hydro Québec, Voith Hydro).

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Funded PhD Position, Automation of Forming of Wing Skins, Montreal, Canada

A fully funded PhD Position in mechanical engineering is available at Polytechnique Montreal in Canada to automate the peen forming of aircraft wing skins.

Peen forming automation through in-process 3D shape measurement

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PhD Position in Experimental and Computational Fluid-Structure Interactions

Funded PhD thesis in Mechanical Engineering

Computational and experimental investigation on the dynamic stability of a flat plate deforming with large amplitude under fluid flow

A fully funded thesis project is proposed at Ecole Polytechnique in Montreal, Canada to start in 2017.

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Focus Session on Reconfiguration at APS/DFD in Boston (Nov. 22-24, 2015)

Dear colleagues,
We would like to bring to your attention the upcoming Division of Fluid Dynamics Meeting of the American Physical Society in Boston, MA (Nov. 22-24, 2015). We are pleased to announce that we are organizing a Focus Session on Reconfiguration. We thus invite you to submit an abstract and come present your work in Boston.

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Ph.D. Position at Polytechnique Montreal on Instability-Assisted Microfabrication of Tough Fibers

 A funded Ph.D. positionin Mechanical Engineering is available at Polytechnique in Montreal, Canada. The work combines experimentations and theoretical modelling. The goal of the project is to use a fluid instability to fabricate intricate patterns at the microscopic scale. By fabricating fibers this way, interesting mechanical properties can be obtained depending on the parameters of the instability.

 See attached file for more details.

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Scholarships for research exchange in Canada for graduate students of central and south americas

 The Canadian government offers scholarships ranging between 7500 CDN$ and 10000 CDN$ for graduate students of central/south americas to conduct research internships in Canadian universities. The internships are to last for a duration of 4-6 months.

I am looking for graduate students enrolled in an engineering/scientific program in one of the eligible countries (see below) interested in coming to Polytechnique in Montreal in the next academic year 2012-2013. I have many projects combining fluid and solid mechanics as well as theory and experiments.

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