Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering department at the University of Florida offers PhD and Post-Doc positions:
- PhD position for studying interface-dislocation interactions. Part of the study will take place in CEMES-CNRS, Toulouse to carry out the in situ TEM experiments.
The position will start in August 15th, 2017. Applications are to be sent asap to: Prof Katerina Aifantis (Kaifanti@mtu.edu) at UF with copy to Marc Legros (email@example.com) at CEMES-CNRS.
More details can be found in this document: « PhD position Interfaces UFlorida2017.pdf »
- PhD position for nanomaterial fabrication. Part of the study will take place in CEMES-CNRS, Toulouse.
The position will start in August 15th, 2017. Applications are to be sent asap to: Prof Katerina Aifantis (Kaifanti@mtu.edu).
More details can be found in this document: « PhD position nanomaterials UFlorida2017.pdf »
- Post-doc position for Li-ion batteries at the Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department at the university of Florida.
Extensive experience on nanomaterial fabrication, transmission electron microscopy, scanning electron microscopy, atomic force microscopy, and electrochemical and impedance measurements is required.
The position is for two years, the start date is August, 2017, but the position will remain open until the most suitable applicant is found. Applications are to be sent asap to: Prof Katerina Aifantis (Kaifanti@mtu.edu).
More details can be found in this document: « Post-doc position UFlorida2017.pdf »
Many Laboratories are unaware of the existence of the Laue microdiffraction or these capacities which are superior to those of the past. In September we offer you an opportunity to take charge of the microdiffraction technique and bring it to the most effective level in the implementation of a campaign of measures well prepared and well conducted in the Data exploitation and results interpretation.
The formation will be exclusively in French. Francophones are welcome.
Deadline for registration: July 13th, 2017
Scientific contact: Jean-Sébastien Micha, firstname.lastname@example.org
Administrative contact: Céline Haranczyk, céline.email@example.com
You can find below a resume of the objectifs and program and also the registration paper :
The registration deadline for the GDRi Mecano annual meeting that will be held in Toulouse, May 10-12 is: May 2nd, 2017.
Registration (free but required) is still possible here.
The program can be found here.
Looking forward to seeing you in Toulouse.
Prof. Erik Bitzek has been awarded a Consolidator Grant from the European Research Concil (ERC).
Congratulations to him (herzlichsten Glückwünsche), hoping that he will not lean too much towards the dark side of matter*
*constituting 95.1% of the Universe, dark matter and energy are soooo mainstream.
The ISDMM Symposium is intended to bring together researchers in the area of the mechanics of defects (cracks, dislocations, inclusions, precipitates, phases boundaries, etc ...), as well as the mechanics of enriched or generalized continua (micromorphic, second-gradient, couple stress, etc ...), seen as a rational frameworks for the description of the effects of evolving heterogeneities and structural changes occuring at lower scales in macroscopically homogeneous continua.
The abstracts submission for the ISDMM 2017 is now open on the symposium website : http://inl.cnrs.fr/isdmm2017
Deadline for abstract submission : April 15th, 2017