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Ph.D. positions in Dr. Xiaoyu Tang’s group in the Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering at Northeastern University in the area of Fluid Mechanics and Soft Matter (2020 Fall / 2021 Spring / 2021 Fall)

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Dr. Xiaoyu Tang’s group in the Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering at Northeastern University has multiple fully funded Ph.D. positions in the area of Fluid Mechanics and Soft Matter.  Research in the group focuses on multiphase flow, microfluidics, and active matter, using both experimental and numerical techniques. Selected candidates are expected to start in the Spring or Fall of 2021. Under special cases, a Fall 2020 start date may also be arranged. Visiting students/scholars are always welcome.

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Fully-funded PhD student positions in the field of materials in extreme environments using small-scale computational methods

Dr. Yanqing Su's group in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at the Utah State University (USU) is looking for fully funded Ph.D. students in the field of materials in extreme environments using small-scale computational methods. Self-motivated individuals who have research experience in one or more of the following areas are strongly encouraged to apply for the Ph.D. positions in our group:

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Call for papers: Nanofabrication, Atomic and Close-to-atomic Scale Manufacturing

A Special Issue entitled "Nanofabrication, Atomic and Close-to-atomic Scale Manufacturing" for the journal Nanomanufacturing and Metrology is now open for submission:

The submission deadline is June 15, 2020. For more information, please refer to the attached flier or this webpage:

https://www.springer.com/journal/41871/updates/17701520

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Open PhD positions in the general field of theoretical, applied, and computational mechanics of materials

A research group at Iowa State University is looking for fully funded research assistants in the general field of theoretical, applied, and computational mechanics of materials. Research topics will fall into a broad area of modeling and simulation of mechanical and transport behaviors, such as plasticity, fracture, phase transformation, thermal transport, and mass transport, in a variety of engineering materials.

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Uniaxial deformation of tungsten nanopillars/nanowires/nanotubes: Atomistic and coarse-grained atomistic simulations

Dear Colleague,

In the last two years, we published six papers on uniaxial deformation of tungsten nanopillars/nanowires/nanotubes using atomistic and coarse-grained atomistic simulations:

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Open PhD Position in Atomistic and Multiscale Computational Mechanics at University of Alabama

A fully funded PhD position is available as early as Fall, 2019 in Dr. Ning Zhang’s group at the University of Alabama (Tuscaloosa), the department of Aerospace Engineering and Mechanics. This position is in the general area of mechanics, structural and multifunctional materials with focus on mechanical and thermal properties.

The research topics include:

(1)  Hypersonic flight materials;

(2)  2D materials;

(3)  Shape memory ceramics/alloys;

(4)  High entropy alloys;

(5)  Biomaterials.

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A Ph.D. student position in the research area of atomistic and multiscale simulation modeling at the Louisiana Tech University

The College of Engineering and Science at Louisiana Tech University is seeking self-motivated candidates for a Graduate Research Assistant (Ph.D. student) position, with the earliest starting date in Fall 2019.

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Nanoindentation and nanoscratching at finite temperatures: Three reviews

Dear Colleague,

Dr. Saeed Zare Chavoshi and I have co-authored three review articles, concerning nanoindentation and nanoscratching at finite temperatures from the computational and experimental perspectives:

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A Ph.D. student position in the research area of atomistic and multiscale simulation modeling at the Louisiana Tech University

The College of Engineering and Science at Louisiana Tech University is seeking self-motivated candidates for a Graduate Research Assistant (Ph.D. student) position, with the earliest starting date in Winter 2018.

Successful candidates will join the research group of Dr. Xiang (Shawn) Chen, who is in the research area of atomistic and multiscale simulation/modeling. A list of related publications can be found below: https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=qdz0cy4AAAAJ&hl=en

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Ph.D. students opening in the Department of Aerospace Engineering at the Iowa State University

A research group at Iowa State University is looking for research assistants in the field of solid mechanics, computational mechanics, and computational materials science. Research topics will fall into a broad area of modeling and simulation of mechanical and transport behaviors, such as plasticity, fracture, phase transformation, thermal transport, or mass transport, in a variety of materials. In particular, self-motivated individuals who have research experience in one or more of the following areas are strongly encouraged to apply for the full-support Ph.D.

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Call for Papers: Intrinsic and extrinsic size effects in materials

Dear Colleague:

 

We are delighted to announce that a Focus Issue entitled "Intrinsic and extrinsic size effects in materials" for the Journal of Materials Research (JMR) is now open for submission:

https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/journal-of-materials-research/in...

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