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Georges Limbert's picture

Fully-funded PhD position in Computational Mechanics [#1] for EU students for September 2016, University of Southampton, UK

PhD project 1 (Reference: NGCM-0011)


Generalised asymptotic numerical methods for buckling instability problems in biological systems and bio-inspired morphing structures

Biotribology Group, nCATS
Faculty of Engineering and the Environment
University of Southampton, United Kingdom



Jaafar El-Awady's picture

Research Associate or Postdoctoral Scholar Opening in Developing Accelerated Computational Models in Mechanics and Materials

We have an open research positions (as Research Associate or Postdoctoral Scholar) to work in the Computational and Experimental Materials Engineering Laboratory at the Mechanical Engineering Department, Johns Hopkins University. The successful candidate will work on the development of accelerated computational models and simulation platforms for various problems of interest on CUDA-enabled GPUs and hybrid CPU/GPU platforms. The work will involve direct interactions and close collaboration with other project partners.


GPU Technology Conference 2015

This year's talks are now at

A large number of interesting talks from the 2014 conference can be found at

There is even one talk on structural mechanics in the 2014 conf.


-- Biswajit

Abaqus UMATs

I have funding for software development to provide a UMAT interface in the parallel versions of the code from Smith I.M. and Griffiths D.V. "Programming the Finite Element Method", 4th Edition, Wiley, 2004.

I would be interested to hear about any open source UMATs available for download. I'd also like to hear from anyone who might like to use their closed source UMATs in a parallel environment.

The funding has been awarded by the UK National HPC Service HECToR to encourage the greater use of HECToR for Structural Engineering.

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