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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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PhD position at the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) in solid mechanics and fracture mechanics of composite materials

We have an open position as a PhD student in the area of fracture mechanics of fibre composites. The focus of the position is to develop element test specimens, i.e., test specimens that are purposely-designed with the aim of checking the accuracy of model predictions of damage evolution (two or more damage types) in composite structures subjected to static and cyclic loading

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Journal Club for June 2022: Computational mechanics for local-scale modelling of coastal hazards

In 2016, our colleague (Prof. Ahmad Elbanna) addressed one such extreme event (namely, earthquakes and the associate rupture physics). In this journal article, I will be focusing on two other extreme events, namely tsunamis and storm surges and some of the modelling efforts to address these coastal hazards.

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Ph.D. Research Position in Soft Material Mechanics (U.S. Citizen or U.S. Permanent Resident/Green Card holder only)

 

One Ph.D. research position is available in January 2022 at Iowa State University’s Mechanical Engineering Department in the area of soft tissue biomechanics and biomaterials. The candidates must be a U.S. Citizen or U.S. Permanent Resident/Green Card holder and have earned a B.S. degree in Mechanical Engineering, Bioengineering, or a related field. The selected candidate is expected to start no later than June 2022.

 

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PhD fellowship at m4lab@UNIBS within a joint work between Academics and Industry.

The Multiscale Mechanics and Multiphysics of Materials Lab (http://m4lab.unibs.it) at the School of Engineering at the University of Brescia, Italy announces a PhD fellowship on the subject of Modeling and simulations for next generation lithium-ion cells. The fellowship is fully funded by the m4lab in collaboration with the Austrian Research Center Virtual Vehicles (https://www.v2c2.at) and will last three years.

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PhD Position - Computational Crystal Plasticity

The Advanced Computational Materials Engineering Laboratory (ACME Lab), in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at The University of Alabama is seeking qualified candidates for an open PhD position. This position is open to US citizens only.

PhD Position at U. Cote d'Azur (French Riviera)

Université Côte d'Azur and CEMEF Mines ParisTech, in the French Riviera, currently have a Ph.D. position in computational geomechanics.

PhD opening in Computational Mechanics and Optimisation at University of Technology Sydney, Australia

The project “Computational mechanics and optimisation for energy absorption of materials” is calling for applications for PhD scholarship commencing in 2021. This project is funded by the Australian Research Council Discovery Early Career Researcher Award. Candidates with knowledge and research experience in computational mechanics, design optimisation and machine learning are encouraged to apply.

 

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Fully funded PhD position in computational mechanics at Stony Brook University

A fully supported PhD position in computational mechanics is available in the Civil Engineering Department at Stony Brook University under the guidance of Dr. Georgios Moutsanidis. The desired start date is Fall 2021. 

 

A highly motivated and talented candidate is sought for developing novel and efficient computational techniques, and applying them to the following problems:

 

1)    Extreme events modeling

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Postdoc Position in Computational Biomechanics (Remote Work Option Available)

We currently have two postdoctoral research positions available in the Injury Biomechanics Laboratory at Robert Morris University in Pittsburgh, PA starting Fall 2020.  These positions involve the development of high-fidelity finite element head models and the design of computational studies to advance our understanding of traumatic brain injury (TBI).  The first position is focused on blast-induced TBI, and the second position is focused on pediatric TBI.

Postdoctoral Research Assistant - Czech Technical University in Prague

 

Postdoctoral Research Assistant in Computational Impact Dynamics for Automotive and Aerospace Applications

 

 

Fully-Funded PhD Position: Smart Materials, Bio-Functional/Inspired Materials, Meta-Materials, 3D and 4D Printing Technologies, and Biomedical Device Design

Fully-funded PhD positions are available to UK, EU and International students in the Department of Engineering at Nottingham Trent University with a starting date of 1 October 2020 or 5 January 2021 (application deadline: 14 February 2020 at 12 noon (GMT)). More information about the PhD studentship can be found in the links below:

https://www.ntu.ac.uk/c/phd-studentships

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Prediction of forming limit diagrams using machine learning

Measuring forming limit diagrams (FLDs) is a time consuming and expensive process. Machine learning (ML) methods are a promising route to predict FLD of aluminium alloys. In the present work, we developed a machine learning (ML) based tool to establish the relationships between alloy composition / thermomechanical processing route to the material's FLD.

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Call for Abstracts: Numisheet 2020 mini symposium on “Challenges and Opportunities in Forming Aluminum”

The NUMISHEET conference series is the most significant international conference on the area of the numerical simulation of sheet metal forming processes. Within Numisheet 2020, we are organizing a mini symposium on “Challenges and Opportunities in Forming Aluminum”.

Fully-funded PhD Opportunity in Smart Materials (Academic Associate)

We are looking for an Academic Associate to join the Department of Engineering. This post is part-time and in addition you will be required to register for a PhD part-time for the duration of the 5-year post. The PhD is not part of the Academic Associate position. Part-time PhD fees will be paid by the Department for 5 years and the PhD will be in the area of 3D printing of Smart Shape Memory Materials for Advanced Sensors and Actuators.

 

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NOSA-ITACA code 1.1c is now available

The new version of the code presents an improved and more intuitive
management of the subroutine and an easier use of Job monitor dialogue.
Enjoy it
http://www.nosaitaca.it/software/

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NOSA-ITACA code version 1.1b is now available

The improved version of NOSA-ITACA is now available at www.nosaitaca.it/software/. A more friendly monitor analysis has been implemented. Bugs related to card creation are now fixed. At www.nosaitaca.it/software/ you can find also some tutorials that will guide you through the use of the code. Enjoy !

Academic Associate: Fully-Funded PhD Position in Engineering (Smart Materials)

We are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic and talented Academic Associate to contribute to research and teaching in the Department of Engineering at Nottingham Trent University. Most of the teaching will be in the format of seminars, laboratory classes and tutorials. The academic associate post is part-time (0.5 FTE) and in addition, you will be required to register for a PhD part-time for the duration of the 5-year post.

PhD Title: 3D Printing of Smart Shape Memory Materials for Advanced Sensors and Actuators

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NOSA-ITACA: a free finite element software for structural analysis

NOSA-ITACA is a software product of the Mechanics of Materials and Structures Laboratory of ISTI-CNR, distributed via the http://www.nosaitaca.it/software/ website.
The package includes SALOME v8.3.0, and is available for Ubuntu 14.04 and 16.04.
NOSA-ITACA enables you to conduct both linear and nonlinear static analyses and modal analyses.
NOSA-ITACA can be used to study the static behavior of masonry buildings of historic and architectural interest and model the effectiveness of strengthening operations.

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