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Postdoctoral position available at Ecole Polytechnique

Subject: Characterization of damage mechanisms in nano-enabled devices.


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Deadline: April 20th

Starting date: from June 1st


See attachnment for details on the project.

PhD Thesis position available at Ecole Polytechnique

Subject: EMERGENT ADAPTIVE BEHAVIORS, embracing fluid-structure interactions to achieve new functionalities

PhD opportunity at the laboratory: Ladhyx, Ecole Polytechnique

Supervision: Sophie Ramananarivo & Emmanuel de Langre


Intended start date: September 2018

Postdoctoral position at Ecole Polytechnique, France

The Solids Mechanics Laboratory, in collaboration with the Thin Films and Interfaces Laboratory, from Ecole Polytechnique is seeking a talented candidate, with a strong background in nanophysics and nanocharacterization, for a postdoctoral position.

The objective of the proposed postdoctoral project is to understand the multiscale damage arising in nanodevices under various types of loadings, in view of proposing lifetime models of the devices.

More details can be found in the attached document.

Post-doctoral position available at École Polytechnique France

 A 1-year post-doctoral position is available at École Polytechnique to work on the experimental characterization and the multiphysics modeling of carbon nanotube based sensors.

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Postdoc position in dynamics of magnetic structures at ENSTA ParisTech and Ecole Polytechnique (France)

ENSTA ParisTech and Ecole Polytechnique are seeking a postdoctoral fellow to work on the dynamics of magnetic structures.

The objective of the project is to characterize the effects of a strong permanent magnetization on the dynamic mechanical behavior of flexible structures. (See full details in attachment)

PhD position available at Ecole Polytechnique

One Ph.D. position is now available starting October 2013 on
magnetorheological elastomers in the Solid Mechanics Laboratory of
Ecole Polytechnique, France. The potential student will work on the
development of new experimental procedures and high fidelity numerical
models for the understanding and constitutive description of
microstructured magnetorheological solids. Students with strong
interest in new coupled problems and strong background in engineering,
physics or/and mechanics are encouraged to apply.

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