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Program available for 5th IC Fracture of Polymers, Composites & Adhesives

The full oral program is now available via the conference website at http://www.tc4pca.elsevier.com/index.htm. Register now to participate at this well-received single session conference held in the beautiful Alpine village of Les Diablerets, Switzerland.

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Two faculty positions in computational and experimental mechanics at Columbia University

Columbia University
Department of Civil Engineering and Engineering Mechanics


The Department of Civil Engineering and Engineering Mechanics invites applications for TWO tenure-track faculty positions to support a Department initiative in Sustainable Engineering. Qualified individuals are sought with expertise in either:

(1) Computational mechanics - with an emphasis on large-scale computing applied to multi-scale, multi-phase modeling of materials (from nano- to macro-scale), and/or mechanics and materials challenges in energy and/or the environment.

need help reg composite analysis using ANSYS

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Hi everybody...

 does anyone has ANSYS tutorial for analysis of composites....if so please provide....i would be very grateful to you

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Research Positions in Modeling of Solids and Structures

Please see attachment for details of Computational Mechanics researcher openings at Industrial Research (www.irl.cri.nz), a Crown Research Institute in beautiful New Zealand.

The role involves the application of advanced modeling and simulation methods to research on solids and structures, with an emphasis on complex systems such as composites and meta-materials, or solids with multiple defects and discontinuities.

The position is research oriented but also provides opportunities to consult with industry on commercial projects.

Candidates with expertise in theory and computation of elastic wave propagation, the mechanical behavior of composites, structural dynamics, or acoustics are encouraged to apply.

Graeme Milton to be awarded the 2007 Prager Medal

Professor Graeme Milton will be awarded the 2007 Prager medal from the Society of Engineering Science for his work on solid mechanics.  The medal will be handed out at the 44th Annual Technical Meeting of the Society of Engineering Science (SES2007) to be held between October 21 and 24, 2007 at College Station, Texas.

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