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Exciting new vacancy - MatchID US subsidiary

Given our substantial growth over the past few years, MatchID deems the time right to expand our horizon and evolve from a spin-off towards a truly international scaled-up company. To that purpose we will establish a US subsidiary that will not only give us a local physical presence, but also help convey more directly our philosophy to potential customers for a widespread range of applications and market verticals.

PhD position available on "AGRIVOLTAICS: INTEGRATED STRUCTURAL OPTIMIZATION AND DATA ANALYTICS FOR DECARBONIZATION AND SMART AGRICULTURE"

A funded PhD position in Civil Engineering is available at Politecnico di Milano on the topic “AGRIVOLTAICS: INTEGRATED STRUCTURAL OPTIMIZATION AND DATA ANALYTICS FOR DECARBONIZATION AND SMART AGRICULTURE”; a brief account of motivation and objectives, and of methods and techniques to develop are reported below.

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Full-Time Position in Schlumberger - Modeling and Simulation Engineer – FEA

 

Title: Modeling and Simulation Engineer

Category: Full-time position in industry

Employer: Schlumberger Technology Corporation

Location: United States, Texas, Sugar Land

Opening Date: 09/01/2022

 

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MIT Short Course: Machine Learning for Materials Informatics (Live Virtual, Sept. 26-29, 2022)

In this course you will fully learn how to incorporate new materials informatics methods into your own material modeling, analysis and design processes in order to capitalize on recent AI breakthroughs, such as language models (e.g. GPT-3, BERT, LaMDA, etc.), DNA and protein models (e.g., AlphaFold), graph neural networks applied from molecular to macroscale structures, and a host of methods adapted for computer vision including diffusion models (as used in DALL-E 2 or Imagen), specifically for the analysis, design and modeling of materials. The course involves a mix of lectures, hands-on labs and clinics for an immersive experience. Participants will learn fundamentals and techniques to deploy machine learning in materials development and gain first-hand understanding of state-of-the art tools for varied applications ranging from data mining to inverse design. We will cover scales from the molecular to the continuum.

2022 IMECE student travel award competition

The Applied Mechanics Executive Committee (AMD-EC) is pleased to announce the 2022 IMECE student travel award competition, which is sponsored by the Haythornthwaite Foundation*.

Article: Hydrodynamic Interaction Between Two Flexible Finite Length Coaxial Cylinders: New Theoretical Formulation and Numerical Validation

This article addresses the interaction of two coaxial cylinders separated by a thin fluid layer. The cylinders are flexible, have a finite length, and are subject to a vibration mode of an Euler–Bernoulli beam. Assuming a narrow channel, an inviscid and linear theoretical approach is carried out, leading to a new simple and tractable analytical expression of the fluid forces.

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PhD positions at The University of Texas at Austin – Mechanical Metamaterials and Advanced Structures

Dr Yunlan Zhang has two funded PhD positions in structural engineering at the Department of Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering, focusing on mechanical metamaterials and advanced structures: computational modelling, additive manufacturing, and experimental testing. Students who are interested in developing innovative materials and structures are invited to apply to join my Lab.

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Deadline Oct 15th, 2022: Call for Nominations for the Eshelby Mechanics Award for Young Faculty

It is my pleasure to solicit nominations for the "Eshelby Mechanics Award for Young Faculty". This award, launched in 2012, is given annually to rapidly emerging junior faculty who exemplify the creative use and development of mechanics. The intent of the award is to promote the field of mechanics, especially among young researchers. While interdisciplinary work that bridges mechanics with physics, chemistry, biology and other disciplines is encouraged, the ideal awardee will demonstrate clear inspiration from mechanics in his/her research.

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PhD positions at Purdue – Computational biomechanics and fluid dynamics

We have several openings for a PhD positions. The successful candidate will conduct original research in the general area of biomechanics and fluid dynamics. They develop numerical methods to model coupled processes on high-performance computing platforms. This position is in the Gomez Research Group (https://engineering.purdue.edu/gomez/) in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Purdue.

 

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Ling Liu's picture

2 PhD Positions in Mechanical Engineering at Temple University for Spring/Fall 2023

2 funded PhD positions in Mechanical Engineering are available at Temple University.  One research focus is on the design of architected composite structures for 3D printing.  More broadly, the student will be exposed to computational materials and mechanics of energy, nano/bio, and engineering materials.  The student will have opportunities to work with experimentalists and data scientists to generate high-impact research works.  Temple University is located in Philadelphia, the sixth-most populous U.S.

Postdoc openings on computational mechanics and additive manufacturing in National University of Singapore

Dr. Wentao Yan's group at the Department of Mechanical Engineering, National University of Singapore (NUS), focuses on metal additive manufacturing: computational modeling, experimental investigation and data analytics. We have been extensively studying the process-structure-property relationships of additive manufacturing, and have made some interesting progresses (recently won 9 awards in 2022 NIST AM-Bench Simulation Challenge). More details about the group can be found in http://blog.nus.edu.sg/yanwt/

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Postdoc position available

The Department of Applied Mathematics at Illinois Institute of Technology invites applications for a postdoctoral fellowship in computational mathematics.   The appointment is for one year with the possibility of renewal for an additional year.  Priority is given to applicants with research expertise and interest in computational mechanics, numerical methods and applications in materials, biology and data science.

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Fully funded Phd position at Michigan Technological University

There is a fully funded Phd position opening in my research group at Michigan Technological University. The position will start from Spring-2023.

The broad focus of the Phd research will be on computational mechanics. Specific studies will involve modeling and experiments on polymer composite materials. Knowledge of composite materials, fracture mechanics, and finite elements is preferred. Interested students are requested to email tsainATmtuDOTedu

 

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A 3D hard-magnetic rod model based on co-rotational formulations

Hard-magnetic soft materials have attracted broad interests because of their flexible programmability, non-contact activation and rapid response in various applications such as soft robotics, biomedical devices and flexible electronics. Such multifunctional materials consist of a soft matrix embedded with hard-magnetic particles, and can exhibit large deformations under external magnetic stimuli. Here, we develop a three-dimensional (3D) rod model to predict spatial deformations (extension, bending and twist) of slender hard-magnetic elastica.

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New textbook on FEM

"Finite Element Method: Physics and Solution Methods" aims to provide the reader a sound understanding of the physical systems and solution methods to enable effective use of this method. I hope that the mechanics community will find this book useful.

Post-Doc position on Composite tanks for compressed hydrogen storage

A Postdoctoral opening is available in the area of engineered thermoplastic composite tank.

 

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Optical and Mechanical Properties of Self-Repairing Pectin Biopolymers

Pectin’s unique physicochemical properties have been linked to a variety of reparative and regenerative processes in nature. To investigate the effect of water on pectin repair, we used a 5 mm stainless-steel uniaxial load to fracture glass phase pectin films. The fractured gel phase films were placed on a 1.5–1.8 mm thick layer of water and incubated for 8 h at room temperature and ambient humidity. There was no immersion or agitation. The repaired pectin film was subsequently assessed for its optical and mechanical properties.

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Call for Book chapters to be published by CRC Press (Taylor & Francis Group)

We are inviting chapters for our proposed book on “Smart Technologies for Improved Performance of Manufacturing Systems and Services”.

 

To be published by CRC Press (Taylor n Francis Group), USA; Book series: Advances in Intelligent Decision-Making, Systems Engineering, and Project Management.

 

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Freely jointed chain models with extensible links

Fellow researchers,

Please consider reading our recent paper, "Freely jointed chain models with extensible links" published by Physical Review E.

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PhD position in Smart and Functional Materials at Mahindra University, India

 

 

We are looking for an enthusiastic student who is interested in working in the field of smart and functional materials, in the department of mechanical engineering at Mahindra University in Hyderabad, India. The selected candidate will have the opportunity to conduct a bottom-up research towards developing a novel “active” composite. The research lifecycle encompasses modelling & simulation, design optimization, experimentation & validation of the composite.

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Open position for a Science/Engineering Analyst (FedTemp or VSEE) with the National Science Foundation’s Division of Civil, Mechanical and Manufacturing Innovation (CMMI)

The Engineering/Science Analyst will provide analytic support for activities and programs within the CMMI Division and will be part of the CMMI Analysts Team. The position will encompass a wide spectrum of duties in support of the Division's mission, including the analysis of scientific and technical issues to provide recommendations influencing policy and process administration. This is a great opportunity for recent Ph.D. graduates from CMMI disciplines to get a unique view of the Nation’s primary engineering research funding agency.

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