Archives de l'auteur: Benoît Roman

Workshop on Micromechanics, Statistics, and Hazards of Mechanical Failure, October 19-22, 2020

Workshop on Micromechanics, Statistics, and Hazards of Mechanical Failure, October 19-22, 2020

The interdisciplinary Workshop on Micromechanics, Statistics, and 
Hazards of Mechanical Failure (October 19-22, 2020) aims to establish 
a common understanding of the theoretical foundations and the practical 
characterization of avalanche phenomena and precursors to failure in 
mechanical systems, stimulating new interdisciplinary collaborations across 
different areas and contexts. List of speakers, schedule and info: 
http://fail.crm.cat/drupal/schedule Free registration: https://forms.gle/B2Mf4o36q2foSSBo7
Event organized by Centre de Recerca Matemàtica (CRM) and sponsored by the AXA Research Fund.

Assistant prof position in Mechanical Engineering (U. Nevada, Reno)

(from : James Hanna)

All areas of research will be given serious consideration.
We also expect a similarly open opening at the associate level to be approved soon.

APS March Meeting (deadline for abstract 23rd oct.)

Plusieurs sessions à signaler (liste non exhaustive)…

  • Geometrically-frustrated instabilities in solid mechanics” (D.Vella & B. Davidovitch) to take place at the APS March meeting 2021. (As you may know, March meeting will take place virtually from March 15-19 2021.)
    The invited speakers are Hillel Aharoni (Weizmann) and Shankar Venkataramani (U. of Arizona).
    If you would like to contribute an abstract, please do so, but we would also be grateful if you could encourage students and post-docs who might be interested too.
    The deadline for abstract submission is this coming Friday (23rd October) and the details of how to submit one are here.
  • « Wetting and Adhesion of Soft Materials: Dynamics and Instability » (J.Chopin) organizing as part of the next virtual APS March meeting, March 15-19. The invited speaker is Etienne Barthel from ESPCI Paris. Deadline to submit an abstract : this Friday, 23rd October.Submit your abstract here

post-doc « Confined bacteria in a drop: a model of active thermal bath » (ESPCI)

Dear all,

We have a post-doctoral position opening. It is part of an international
project involving the PMMH and Gulliver labs, as well as NYU and the
University of Chile. Details are included below. We would be grateful if
you could pass this information to suitable candidates. We are looking to
hire immediately.

Thanks,
Best,
Teresa Lopez-Leon.

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Post-doctoral position at ESPCI Paris on active matter :
“Confined bacteria in a drop: a model of active thermal bath”

See details and contacts : 
https://blog.espci.fr/eclement/files/2020/09/Postdoc-offer_ESPCI_2020.pdf
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postdoc acoustic metamaterials (IMSIA-ENSTA)

Postdoc mechanics and machine learning (UCLA)

A postdoc position isavailable at UCLA in applied math./theoretical mechanics/machine learning. Here is the description: https://tinyurl.com/UCLA-postdoc


M. Khalid Jawed Assistant Professor, Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering University of California, Los Angeles , Structures-Computer Interaction Laboratory http://structures.computer

Journée Systèmes & Matière Complexes (16 nov 2020)

Cher(e) collègue,

La 5ème édition de la journée Systèmes & Matière Complexes aura lieu le 16 Novembre 2020

https://openagenda.com/universite-paris-saclay/events/journee-des-systemes-et-de-la-matiere-complexe-5eme-edition-2020?lang=fr?lang=

Du fait du contexte sanitaire, cette journée se déroulera exclusivement en distanciel.

Comme les éditions précédentes, cette journée se déroulera en quatre sessions de présentations courtes de 4 min + 1 min de questions (trois planches maximum). Chacune de ces sessions sera précédée d’une conférence. Les orateurs invités pour cette cinquième édition sont :

François Boué, Université Paris Saclay

Francesca Chilla, ENS de Lyon,

Thibault Charpentier, Université Paris-Saclay,

Simona Cocco, ENS de Paris

L’objectif de cette journée est de permettre à la communauté systèmes & matière complexes de se rencontrer et d’échanger autour de ses thèmes de recherche qui sont, au sens large :

·      les systèmes désordonnés,

·      les fluides complexes,

·      la dynamique complexe,

·      les approches statistiques,

·      les matériaux multi-échelle,

·      les systèmes biologiques.

Une annonce ultérieure précisera le site d’inscription pour cette rencontre gratuite mais à inscription obligatoire

Nous demandons aux destinataires de ce mail de diffuser largement l’information dans leur laboratoire et plus largement à tout public intéressé.

Merci d’avance de votre aide.

Bien cordialement

Le comité d’organisation : H. Auradou, G. Baldinozzi, D. Bonamy, C. Douarche, P. Guenoun, H. Henry, M. Lebental, L.T. Lee, A. Rosso, P. Urbani

Assistant Professor (tenure track) / Associate Professor in Mechanical Engineering Aarhus university

https://international.au.dk/about/profile/vacant-positions/job/assistant-professor-tenure-track-associate-professor-at-the-section-of-mechanical-engineering-1/

Post-doc atmosphere/gravity waves (LOPS)

Post-doc position in fluid mechanics/physics of the atmosphere/gravity waves 
in LOPS, Plouzané, France

France Energies Marines and LOPS are looking for a young researcher to contribute 
to the improvement of the representation of the Marine Atmospheric Boundary Layer 
and turbulent fluxes in atmospheric models by developing and testing a 
parameterization of the impact of sea sprays (https://en.france-energies-marines.org/content/download/33834/23177/file/200908_PostDoc_CASSIOWPE_SeaSpray.pdf). 
The requested qualifications include a PhD in atmospheric science, wave or 
mechanical physics, or equivalent, and a good understanding of the physics of the 
atmospheric boundary layer and fine-scale processes. 

Powders and Grains 2021, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 5-9 July 2021

https://www.powdersandgrains.org  

Paper Submission is open !
P&G is to share the state of the art in the physics and micromechanics of 
granular media. P&G distinguishes itself from other meetings on granular 
materials by: (a) the mixture of disciplines, (b) single session talks, and (c) 
refereed conference papers published online before the meeting. Past meetings: 
Clermont-Ferrand (1989), Birmingham (1993), Durham (1997), Sendai (2001), 
Stuttgart (2005), Golden (2009), Sydney (2013) and Montpellier (2017).