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Postdoc on Mechanics of Fibrous Materials

Laboratory of Ocular Biomechanics, University of Pittsburgh.

We are looking for a highly motivated postdoc to join our team to study the mechanics of fibrous materials. Candidates must have expertise in the mechanics of materials with long fibers, such as fabrics and textiles, or of soft tissues, such as tendon or heart valves. Experience in multi-scale methods is advantageous. The project has experimental and computational elements, and therefore candidates with experience and/or interests in either will have equal opportunity to be selected. Experience with biological samples or soft tissues is preferred but not required. Similarly, experience in ophthalmology or vision sciences is not required. A solid publication record and evidence of strong writing and presentation skills will be an advantage.

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Ph.D. student position in mechanics of mechanical metamaterials

Professor Milan Jirásek at Faculty of Civil Engineering, Czech Technical University in Prague, is searching for a motivated Ph.D. student, who will work on our new ambitious project on non-periodic mechanical metamaterials. Candidates should be interested in and have some previous experience with mathematical modeling and numerical simulation of the mechanical response of materials and structures.

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On the origins of the electro-mechanical response of dielectric elastomers

Recent theoretical works have shown that the electro-mechanical performance of dielectric elastomers can be enhanced through micro-structural design.

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.

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