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EML Webinar by Prof. Taher Saif on 5 August 2020: Living robotics

EML Webinar on 5 August 2020 will be given by Professor Taher Saif, the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign via Zoom meeting. Discussion leader: Professor Yuhang Hu, Georgia Tech.

Title: Living Robotics

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EML Webinar by Prof. Teng Li on July 29, 2020: Advanced Materials toward a Sustainable Future: Mechanics Design

EML Webinar on July 29, 2020 will be given by Professor Teng Li, the University of Maryland via Zoom meeting. Discussion leader: Professor Zheng Jia, Zhejiang University.

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EML Webinar by Prof. Michael Dickey on June 24, 2020: Liquid metals at the extreme

EML Webinar on June 24, 2020 will be given by Prof. Michael Dickey, NC State University. Discussion leader: Hanqing Jiang, Arizona State University.

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EML Webinar by Prof. Norman Fleck on May 27, 2020

EML Webinar on May 27, 2020 will be given by Prof. Norman Fleck at the University of Cambridge via Zoom meeting. Discussion leader: Vikram Deshpande, Cambridge.

Title: New Horizons in Microarchitectured Materials

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EML Webinar by Prof. Katia Bertoldi on May 13, 2020

 

EML Webinar on May 13, 2020 will be given by Prof. Katia Bertoldi at Harvard University via Zoom meeting. 

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Inaugural EML Webinar by Prof. John Hutchinson at Harvard on April 15, 2020

Extreme Mechanics Letters (EML)  announces EML Webinar, freely open to anyone interested in mechanics around the world.

 

The inaugural EML Webinar will be given by Prof. John W. Hutchinson at Harvard University via Zoom meeting.

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First Reminder: Extreme Mechanics Letters – Special Issue on ‘Frontiers of mechanical metamaterials’

This themed issue on mechanical metamaterials invites contributions from different perspectives with the aim of highlighting the latest advances in the field.

The themed issue will focus on mechanical metamaterials in the general sense. This includes acoustic and elastic metamaterials as well as other types of metamaterials with unique mechanical and/or thermal properties at any length scale.

Topics of interest include the following:

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Second Reminder: EML Special Issue on 3D Assembly by Cutting, Bending and Folding

Special Issue on 3D Assembly by Cutting, Bending and Folding in Extreme Mechanics Letters

When patterned with different materials, gradients or cut-outs, thin structures such as sheets and rods can bend or fold either spontaneously or by actuation in response to a force or stimulus to form a pre-designed three dimensional structure. This special issue addresses the design and mechanics of these structures with a special emphasis on programmability and non-linearity.  

Manuscript Submission:

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Reception in celebration of the 1st anniversary of Extreme Mechanics Letters

Extreme Mechanics Letters (EML) is turning 1. Come and join us for a reception to celebrate the 1st anniversary of EML during the 2015 MRS Fall Meeting.  See the attached reception flyer for details. All are welcome! 

Location: Sheraton Boston Hotel, Gardner, 3rd Floor

Address: 39 Dalton St, Boston, MA 02199

Date: Wednesday, December 2, 2015 

Time: 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm

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Now receiving submissions, Extreme Mechanics Letters – Special Issue on ‘Frontiers of mechanical metamaterials’

This themed issue on mechanical metamaterials invites contributions from different perspectives with the aim of highlighting the latest advances in the field.

The themed issue will focus on mechanical metamaterials in the general sense. This includes acoustic and elastic metamaterials as well as other types of metamaterials with unique mechanical and/or thermal properties at any length scale.

Topics of interest include the following:

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EML Special Issue on 3D Assembly by Cutting, Bending and Folding

EML Special Issue on 3D Assembly by Cutting, Bending and Folding

When patterned with different materials, gradients or cut-outs, thin structures such as sheets and rods can bend or fold either spontaneously or by actuation in response to a force or stimulus to form a pre-designed three dimensional structure. This special issue addresses the design and mechanics of these structures with a special emphasis on programmability and non-linearity.  

Manuscript Submission:

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Extreme Mechanics Letters Themed Issue “Mechanics in Extreme Manufacturing"--Call for Papers

Extreme Mechanics Letters Special Issue Call for Papers

Focus Issue on “Mechanics in Extreme Manufacturing”

Dear Colleagues,

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Friends of Extreme Mechanics Letters

When I traveled in China in June, I was once again irritated by the Internet.  It was often slow and broken.  Many important services are inaccessible, blocked by someone.  Why would someone do that?

But I found my Chinese colleagues extremely well interconnected.  Everyone has a cell phone.  They actually use their cell phones!  

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Extreme Mechanics Letters

The initial issues of Extreme Mechanics Letters are freely accessible.  We look forward to receiving your submissions.  Your contribution will help to build this home of mechanicians.

Editors-in-Chief

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What is Extreme Mechanics?

This question was raised repeatedly when the journal Extreme Mechanics Letters was getting ready to launch.  The editorial board did put together the aim and scope.  But the journal has its own life.  Once launched, it has been shaped by the community.

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EML is born

Dear Friends,
Let me assure you that we (the editorial team) are just as anxious as you are to see what kind of papers are published by EML, with similar anticipation as one looks at a new born baby for the first time.  Does the baby girl have big eyes like her mother? Or does the baby boy have little hair on his head like his father? Or the baby is just different, different from all other children, and beautifully so.

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