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Two post-doctor positions at Zhejiang University, China

Postdoc positions are available in Dr Min Luo’s group (https://person.zju.edu.cn/en/minluo) at the Ocean College of Zhejiang University, China (ranked #45 in QS Global World Rankings 2022).

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Multiple Phd positions at Virginia Tech

Our group has multiple PhD positions in the area of computational materials/mechanics available. Candidates should be strongly self-motivated individuals possessing an BS/MS degree in mechanical engineering, aerospace engineering, materials science and engineering, or other closely related disciplines. Familiarity with Linux supercomputing environment and strong C++ programming skills are desirable.

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Several PhD openings in Computational Solid Mechanics at University of Kentucky

The Computational Mechanics and Methods Group (CM3) in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Kentucky is seeking highly self-motivated individuals who have great interest in the broad research area of computational solid mechanics and methods. Applications of the work focus on DoD hypersonics and NASA thermal protection materials. Ideal applicants should have strong background in computational mathematics, solid mechanics, and programming. Related research experience in material failure modeling and simulation is a plus.

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One Postdoc and One Ph.D Positions Open at Northeastern University, Boston

One Ph.D and one Post-doc positions are open now in the Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering (Mechanics, Biomimetics and 3D/4D Printing Research Lab) at Northeastern University.

The research projects are related to computational and/or experimental mechanics of new mechanical metamaterials, bio-inspired materials, and 3D/4D printing. Candidates with background in solid and structure mechanics, materials science and engineering, Finite element simulations, mechanical experiments etc. are all welcome to apply.

Postdoc Position: Numerical Modeling of Nonlinear Surface Waves

A postdoctoral position in numerical modeling of nonlinear wave propagation is available in the Eriten Research Group (PI: Prof. Melih Eriten) and the Henak Lab (PI: Prof. Corinne R. Henak) in the UW-Madison, Department of Mechanical Engineering. This position is supported by a newly funded NSF project on numerical simulation of surface acoustic waves in nonlinear elastic materials. Qualifications:

FEM - Researcher in Modelling for Pharma Applications

PiERG is now seeking applications for the role of Researcher. The position will be a fixed term contract for a period of 12 months.

Applications by MTU eRecruitment systems only. Applications will not be accepted in any other format. Please log on to www.mtu.ie/vacancies

Closing date for receipt of completed applications is 1pm on 29 th August, 2022.

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A stress-based poro-damage phase field model for hydrofracturing of creeping glaciers and ice shelves

Dear iMechanicians, I hope that you find the paper below of interest. Glaciology is a challenging and exciting area and I think there is a need to bring more mechanics and physics into it

A stress-based poro-damage phase field model for hydrofracturing of creeping glaciers and ice shelves

Theo Clayton, Ravindra Duddu, Martin Siegert, Emilio Martínez-Pañeda

Engineering Fracture Mechanics 272, 108693 (2022)

Research Scientist - Mechanical Engineering Kettering University

he NVH and Experimental Mechanics Laboratory (NVHEM) at Kettering University invites applications for a visiting research scientist position to help in projects related to NVH, structural health monitoring, material modeling, and finite element analysis. Some of these projects are sponsored by major automakers in Michigan

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Postdoc position in computational geometry

A postdoctoral position will be available at University of Pavia in Italy starting January 2023. The position will be part of an ERC Starting project. Interested candidates are encouraged to contact Dr Giulia Scalet (giulia.scalet@unipv.it).

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Double restabilization and design of force–displacement response of the extensible elastica with movable constraints

May a double restabilization of the trivial path occurr at monotonically increasing compression force?

May movable constraints be exploited to attain target force–displacement curves?

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Multiscale design of nonlinear materials using reduced-order modeling

Dear colleagues, 

We recently pablished a paper titled "Multiscale design of nonlinear materials using reduced-order modeling", which might be interesting to you. The paper is freely accessible by this link through 09/24/2022 on Elsiver, and an author's copy is here. The abstract is attached below. Thank you for your interest. 

Applied Mechanics Division – Haythornthwaite Foundation Research Initiation Grants 2022

With funding from the Haythornthwaite Foundation, the Executive Committee (EC) of the Applied Mechanics Division (AMD) of ASME is pleased to announce the establishment of the Haythornthwaite Research Initiation Grant Program, targeting university faculty engaged in research in theoretical and applied mechanics that are at the beginning of their academic careers.

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Configurational Forces in Plates and Shells

Dear Colleague, 

 

I'm pleased to announce our latest paper on configurational mechanics has just appeared in Acta Mechanica:

 

Nathaniel N. Goldberg and Oliver M. O’Reilly. A Material Momentum Balance Law for Shells and Plates with Application to Phase Transformations and Adhesion. Acta Mechanica, 2022.

 

Open Access is kindly provided by UC Berkeley Library.

 

PhD position at the University of Cagliari. Prof. Michele Brun

A new call for PhD positions is opened at the University of Cagliari.

The call can be found at: https://www.unica.it/unica/page/en/how_to_apply_for_phd_selection_guidel...

The deadline for the Application is 30th August 2022, 12p.m (local italian time).

 

 

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Faculty position in Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at Syracuse University

The Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department (MAE) at Syracuse University is seeking applications for a Tenure-Track Assistant Professor position in the field of Solid Mechanics beginning Fall 2023.

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PhD Opportunity—Hygro-thermo-mechanical Analysis of Layered Composites

Overview. Two full-time PhD positions on "Hygro-thermo-mechanical Analysis of Layered Composites" are available. The successful candidate will be working within a team to develop analytical/numerical solutions for the hygrothermal response of composites or similar layered products. The main idea is to work on orthotropic layers stacked arbitrarily.  

Minimum Requirements. High GPA (>85%) and a track record of high quality relevant publications (minimum one first-author journal paper).

Postdoctoral Position Opening at Stanford University

Profs. Adrian Lew and Wei Cai at the Mechanical Engineering Department of Stanford University are seeking a postdoctoral researcher to lead a project on 3D printing of refractory metal alloys.  The project will involve both computational modelling and experimental investigations. Candidates with background on experimental techniques will be preferred, since they will complement the current expertise within the groups, but all strong candidates are encouraged to apply.  The position is for two years, starting between October and December of 2022. To apply, please email Prof.

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iVABS

Dear All,

I am excited to share that we recently developed iVABS as an integrated VABS-based framework for design and optimization, parametric studies, uncertainty quantifications of composite rotor blades, and other beam-like structures. This tool is particularly useful for rapid design of composite slender structures with accuracy of detailed 3D FEA at the speed of simple engineering beam theories.  

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PhD and PostDoc position in Johns Hopkins University

PhD and PostDoc position in Johns Hopkins University

Delamination in Composites

One PhD and one PostDoc position is available within Hopkins Extreme Materials Institute (hemi.jhu.edu) at Johns Hopkins University. The PhD student will be associated with Mechanical Engineering Department.

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Faculty Position Openings: Iowa State University's Mechanical Engineering Department

Iowa State University's Mechanical Engineering Department has faculty positions available in three categories. See the links below to learn more and to apply. 

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Postdoc Position in Computational Biomechanics

We currently have one postdoctoral research position available in the Injury Biomechanics Laboratory at Robert Morris University in Pittsburgh, PA starting Fall 2022.  This position involves the development of high-fidelity finite element head models and the design of computational studies to advance our understanding of both blunt and blast-induced traumatic brain injury (TBI).  This research is part of a large interdisciplinary research collaboration involving multiple universities, industrial partners, and national labs.  

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Elastoplastic model for chemo-mechanical behavior of porous electrodes using image-based microstructure

The microstructure of electrodes is intrinsically complex and thus should be determined prior to the analysis of the chemo-mechanical performance during charge/discharge cycles. In this study, a microstructurally resolved, fully coupled chemo-mechanical model was developed to investigate the structure–property relationship of electrodes in the framework of elastoplastic finite deformation.

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Several PhD positions available at Vanderbilt University

 

We are seeking several doctoral students to join the Multiscale Computational Mechanics Laboratory (MCML) at Vanderbilt University beginning either Spring 2023 or Fall 2023. The two broad research areas are briefly described below. Candidates must also have a strong general interest (prior experience is a plus) in computational mathematics, mechanics, modeling and simulation and computer programming.

 

The specific research areas as follows:

 

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PhD position in multi-scale modeling of sea ice deformation

We are looking for a doctoral student to work multi-scale modeling of sea ice deformation on numerical modeling of ridging of sea ice by using discrete element method. Large-scale continuum models are typically used to study ice behavior with a resolution of some tens of kilometers. These models do not accurately describe small-scale processes related to deformation and failure of ice. In such models, the ice properties, such as compressive strength are tuned so that the models to present observed ice behavior. Predictive power of the models suffers from this.

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