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UK Newton Post-Doc Fellowship in Computational Mechanics

 
Dear All,

A new multi-million pound initiative to fund research collaborations and improve links between UK and overseas researchers has been launched.

The Newton International Fellowships aim to attract the most promising, early stage, post-doctoral researchers working overseas, who do not hold UK citizenship, in the fields of humanities, engineering, natural
and social sciences.

Computational Mechanics PhD opportunities for Top Class Chinese Students

Dear Chinese students interested in a PhD in computational mechanics, 

You will find below some information on a fellowship you can apply for.  

http://www.gla.ac.uk/studying/scholarships/internationalscholarships/...

China Scholarships Council

Scholarships for Computational Mechanics in the UK for non-EU students

Dear non-EU students who want to study in the UK,

You are encouraged to look at the fellowship offers below. If you qualify for these and are interested in working in a dynamic group in computational mechanics in Glasgow, please contact me directly stephane dot bordas at gmail dot com

 Our department has a growing team of PhD students (more than 20 at the moment) working in cognate disciplines, which will give you a unique opportunity for a strong PhD in computational mechanics. 

Call for fellowship applicants PhD ORSAS

Dear international, non EU students,

 I am looking for high quality applicants for the following prestigious fellowship:  http://www.orsas.ac.uk/

If you have experience in computational mechanics or numerical methods and would like to join a vibrant research group in Glasgow, UK, if you already have international publications in leading journals, then, send me 

- your CV

- a statement concerning why you think you are the best candidate 

- a list of three references

MSc+PhD position Fully Funded -- Massively parallel biomechanics simulation of brain surgery on HECToR

High Performance Computing MSc+Ph.D. position available at the
University of Glasgow on Massively Parallel Brain Surgery Simulation
with the extended finite element method (XFEM and FleXFEM)  (University
of Glasgow) -- funding body is EPSRC.

One year MSc in HPC in Edinburgh (all costs covered by funding) + 3 year Ph.D.  and access to HecToR,
one of the world's largest super-computer, including training with
experts in massively parallel simulation (10,000+ processors).

Three MSc + PhD positions available on Multi-Scale and Biomechanics Parallel Simulations on HECToR.

Dear all,

 Three positions are available for a unique MSC + PhD on massively parallel processing for computational mechanics in the field of multi-scale, XFEM and biomechanics. 

 Details here:  http://www.gla.ac.uk/departments/civilengineering/postgraduatestudy/rese...

 Experience in Finite Elements or numerical methods and mechanics is *essential*. Please do not apply if you do not have this experience.

A Ph.D.+MSc Position on Brain Surgery Simulation by XFEM and FleXFEM

High Performance Computing MSc+Ph.D. position available at the University of Glasgow on Massively Parallel Brain Surgery Simulation with the extended finite element method (XFEM and FleXFEM)  (University of Glasgow) -- funding body is EPSRC.

One year MSc in HPC in Edinburgh (all costs covered by funding) + 3 year Ph.D.  and access to HecToR, one of the world's largest super-computer, including training with experts in massively parallel simulation (10,000+ processors).

Numerical integration of non-polynomial functions

Hello colleagues,

 Would anybody know good references on numerical integration of non-polynomial functions? It would be enough for me to obtain one-dimensional rules. Of course, it could have impact for XFEM applications, but for another, improved XFEM method that we are developing.

Note  that I am not talking about integrating singularities, but non-polynomial functions. Examples:

sqrt(x)

cos(x)

sin(x)

product of these.

Thanks for any help,

 

Stephane

Ph.D. positions

Dear fellows,

crack growth by XFEM (Cyrille Dunant, Ph.D. student, EPFL, IMX) working with us on XFEM development (xfem++) a very generic finite element library
A short note to let you know that I have now three Ph.D. positions available to fill between now and March 2008 (sonner=better) (Students from the EU only -- fully funded). 

Second XFEM short course, July 2007, Lausanne, Switzerland

After the success of the course in 2005 (45 participants from 15 countries), the EPFL school of continuing education presents the second XFEM course.

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