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Crystal-inspired architected materials: Nature 565 (2019) & 3-year postdoc position at Imperial College London

We recently presented an original research that uses 3d printing to realise the mimicry of the microstructure observed in crystalline metals to employ crystals’ hardening mechanisms to develop robust and damage-tolerant architected materials (Nature 2019; 565:305 -

Two PhD Studentships in Next-generation Aircraft Propulsion Materials (Imperial College London)

We are seeking two motivated candidates for fully-funded PhD studentship in the exciting field of high performance alloys for next-generation aero-engines.The studentships include fees and stipend of £16,553 for suitable candidates ordinary resident in the UK or EU nationals for the durati

PhD position in 3D printing of Alloys, microstructure and in-situ mechanical testing at Imperial College London

We are inviting motivated candidates for an EPSRC PhD studentship in the exciting fields of 3D printing, microstructural investigation and in-situ mechanical testing of metallic alloys at Imperial College London. The studentship includes fees and a bursary for suitable UK/EU nationals for the duration of 3 years. The expected start date is 1st October 2016.

Symposium "Integration of Crystal Plasticity into Modeling and Simulations of Materials across Different Length and Time Scales" at 13th USNCCM 2015

Dear Colleagues,

We cordially invite you to participate and present your excellent works at our symposium titled “Integration of Crystal Plasticity into Modeling and Simulations of Materials across Different Length and Time Scales” (Symposium code: MS1010, link: at 13th US National Congress on Computational Mechanics. The congress will be held from July 26th to July 30th 2015 in San Diego, California, USA.

The symposium topics include:

-          3D Microstructurally-based Modeling and Simulation

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