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Postdoc position in active matter (U.Michigan)

Postdoc position in active matter
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, USA

Experimentalists interested in soft matter are encouraged to apply for a postdoc position 
on the topic of active gels. Applicants should have a strong background in experimental 
physics.  Experience with condensed matter experiments, and soft matter in particular, 
and hydrodynamics  is a plus.  See  http://www-personal.umich.edu/~rddeegan/.
To apply send a CV to Robert Deegan (rddeegan@umich.edu).

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postdoc microencapsulation (Lab Charles Coulomb-Montpellier)


Dear colleagues,We are currently looking for a 1 year postdoc to participate to a project on microencapsulation in our softmatter group at the university of Montpellier – Laboratoire Charles Coulomb.  

Candidates with a  background in microfluidics, soft matter, physical chemistry or a closely related field are strongly encouraged to apply.
More details can be found here: https://emploi.cnrs.fr/Offres/CDD/UMR5221-GLAMAS0-002/Default.aspx

Best regardsGladys Massiera
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Post-doc in microencapsulation by droplet interface crossing
Laboratoire Charles Coulomb – CNRS/University of Montpellier – France
We are seeking for a post-doctoral candidate to handle an ANR funded project on microencapsulation. The encapsulation process is based on the generation of calibrated aqueous drops and their coating by crossing of a liquid-liquid interface by centrifugation. The objective is to produce monodispersed capsules of controlled size, content and shell thickness. This project is based on the cDICE process (Continuous Droplet Interface Crossing Encapsulation, Patent EP2456550 A1, July 2010) patented by Laboratoire Charles Coulomb. The final goal of the project is to build a prototype that meets industrial requirements in           terms of capsule size (around 100 microns), shell thickness and production rate.
The candidate will be in charge of two fundamental aspects of the process: i) Understanding of the passage of single drops through an interface by high-speed imaging on a dedicated experimental set-up with the centrifugal forces required to produce capsules with diameters ranging from 90 to 200 microns. This work will complete previous experimental and numerical results; (ii) design and test several chemical systems for the in-situ solidification of capsule shells either by phase transition or by polymerization and quantifying the capsules characteristics resulting from the system and the selected hydrodynamic parameters.
Candidates should have a doctorate in physics, physico-chemistry, mechanics or process engineering Skills in microfluidics, image analysis, and a good knowledge in the field of encapsulation will be much appreciated. Spoken and written English is required as well as fluency in report or publication writing.
The post-doctoral fellow will be part of the Soft Matter (https://coulomb.umontpellier.fr/-Equipe-Matiere-Molle-?lang=en) team at the Charles Coulomb Laboratory (L2C) at the University of Montpellier. He will work under the supervision of Gladys Massiera, as well as with Martin In in the EPIC project on a microencapsulation process. This project is part of a collaboration with two process engineering laboratories, the Chemical Engineering Laboratory (LGC) in Toulouse and the GEPEA (Nantes – Saint Nazaire).

https://emploi.cnrs.fr/Offres/CDD/UMR5221-GLAMAS0-002/Default.aspx

Starting in september 2019

Contact: Gladys.Massiera@umontpellier.fr

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Young Postdoc Position, LMS Ecole Polytechnique on nanocoatings

Please find attached a young postdoc announcement on the « Theoretical and experimental study of polymer nanocoatings for prefilled syringes ». The position is addressed to recent PhD graduates (future PhD holders or candidates with less than a year from their PhD defense).

The postdoc will be pursued in the Solid Mechanics Laboratory of Ecole Polytechnique, Paris, France in collaboration with BD Medical Pharmaceutical Systems (Grenoble, France). The potential candidate will work on the development of new experimental procedures and theoretical models to understand the formation and mechanical response of thin polymer films over soft polymer substrates. The PhD involves strong experimental and theoretical contributions in the field of coupled diffusion and mechanics. 

Students with strong interest in solid mechanics and particularly in coupled problems as well as strong background in mechanics, soft-matter physics, mechanical engineering or any closely related field are strongly encouraged to apply by contacting Prof. Kostas Danas (konstantinos.danas@polytechnique.edu) and Prof. Michel Jabbour (michel.jabbour@polytechnique.edu). 

For more information on the subject, the funding and the requested doscuments please see the attached detailed pdf.

The interested candidates should contact

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Postdoctoral position — hydrodynamic and physical modeling of active colloids and droplets (LadHyX)

Dear colleagues,

I am currently looking for a postdoc to join my group at LadHyX (Ecole Polytechnique, France) on the physical and hydrodynamic modeling of active colloids and droplets.
This is a 2-year position funded by the European Research Council (ERC). Candidates with a strong academic background in fluid dynamics, applied mathematics, soft matter physics or a closely related field are strongly encouraged to apply.
Interested candidates should contact me directly by email as soon as possible, providing a detailed CV, publication list, a brief research statement and the name of 2 academic references.
Applications will be reviewed continuously until the position is filled, starting on July 29th.
I would be very grateful if you could forward this announcement to any potential candidate.
Thank you!
Sincerely
Sebastien Michelin
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postdoc : mechanics and applied geometry (U.Nevada, Reno)

Postdoctoral (and graduate student) positions available
Applications are invited for multiple postdoctoral positions to work with J. Hanna in Mechanical Engineering at the University of Nevada, Reno.  Those interested in Ph.D. and M.S. positions are also invited to make contact.
A variety of experiences and interests are welcome; we will consider proposed research in both theory and experiment in all areas under the very general heading of classical mechanics and applied geometry.  Topics of interest include but are not limited to continuum mechanics (materials, solids, fluids, fluid-structure interaction, structures), dynamics, nonlinear science, soft condensed matter, and materials processing.  Specific topics of current activity include elasticity and mechanics of thin structures.  Experimental experience in sheet metal working, web handling, or another manufacturing area will be viewed favorably.
Postdoctoral positions may last up to three years, and will include significant support for travel, as well as opportunities for collaborations— department faculty expertise includes manufacturing, materials, dynamics, robotics, and other areas.  We are a young and growing group, department, and city, the latter in particular offering a very attractive quality of life.  Interested parties should send a CV to jhannaATunrDOTedu and indicate their research interests and anticipated time frame.  Review of applications will be ongoing, and timing is flexible.
Non classé postdoc

bourse postdoctorale au Chili

Un appel à projet pour financer une bourse de postdoc au Chili (dossier à monter avec un laboratoire au Chili)
https://www.conicyt.cl/fondecyt/2018/11/15/fondecyt-postdoctorado-2020/

salaire annuel  33.200 USD avec un financement de  6600 USD  et de 2000 USD pour des missions
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postdoc shape changing materials (Cambridge) – date limite 24 juin

The Theory of Condensed Matter of the Department of Physics, University of Cambridge, invites applications for a Postdoctoral Research Assistant/Associate to work with Prof. Mark Warner and Dr. John Biggins (Engineering) on shape changing materials applied to micro actuation and robotics, haptics, microfluidics and related systems.

The materials are typically complex, soft, responsive solids. A new mechanics paradigm patterns the response of liquid crystalline solids to change the effective metric, and hence intrinsic curvature, and also to change the extrinsic bend. Complete shape control is aimed for by the additional determination of extrinsic response.

The candidate should have familiarity with theoretical mechanics and (ideally) differential geometry, and with novel material for mechanics, for example liquid crystalline solids, hydrogels, and photo-thermally responsive solids. Some scientific computing experience is highly desirable.

For very general reviews of this area see:
Physics Today: http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/PT.3.3051
Ann. Revs: https://www.dropbox.com/s/m1a6g2hj3mdkel8
and more detailed,
Soft Matter: http://dx.doi.org/10.1039/c7sm01596h
Please consult the advertisements for more details and contacts:
http://www.jobs.cam.ac.uk/job/21561/
https://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/BSH516/research-assistant-associate-in-complex-materials-mechanics-theory

The closing date for applications is 24th June, 2019.

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Prof. Mark Warner, FRS
Theory of Condensed Matter Group, Cavendish Laboratory.
Cambridge, CB3 OHE.
Tel: (+44 1223) 337380

http://www.tcm.phy.cam.ac.uk/~mw141

Corpus Christi College int. 66189  or ext. (+44 1223) 766189
Home (+44 1223) 365991     Mobile (+44) 7981 700381

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postdoc Bio/Mecanique des Fluides/IA (Marseille)

Dear colleagues,
We are currently hiring PhDs and postdocs to work on the ERC-funded project C0PEP0D. This is an exiting project at the crossroad of Biology, Fluid Mechanics and Artificial Intelligence. We want to understand how planktonic copepods track targets in a turbulent flow without eyesight.
Potential candidates should contact me directly by email. More details can be found here:
Postdoc – https://www.irphe.fr/~eloy/assets/pdf/PostdocC0PEP0D.pdf

I would be very grateful if you could forward this announcement to any potential candidate.

Thanks a lot,

Christophe ELOY
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postdoc: Mechanics of interwoven elastic rod systems at Princeton University

The Form Finding Lab at Princeton University, NJ, USA is searching for a postdoctoral researcher to support our recently awarded SEAS LACE Project X. In this project we propose to investigate 2D interlaced networks of elastic rods, found in textile crafts, and deliberately drive them into the large deformation realm to create novel 3D elastic (and thus reversible) structures with interesting mechanical properties. The research objectives of this proposal are threefold: to 1) use a mathematical approach to identify interlaced patterns for the purpose of shifting between 2D and 3D states, 2) investigate their reversible mechanical response and establish their performance envelope using an experimental and numerical approach, and 3) design, prototype, and demonstrate the feasibility of interlaced elastic networks at the architectural scale using robotic manufacturing.

More at: https://blog.espci.fr/mephy/files/2019/06/PostDoc-Princeton_University.pdf

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postdoc soft matter, satistical physics, biology and mechanics (LPSOrsay/PMMH)

Dear Colleagues,

I am pleased to advertise two postdoc openings in my group with deadlines for initial consideration on June 20th:


Theory – in Paris & Orsay

We welcome applications from theorists interested in self-assembly in the cytoskeleton and other problems at the interface between Soft Matter/Statistical Physics and Biology. The position presents ample opportunities for strong interactions with local and international collaborators. Autonomous interactions with experimentalists and the development of creative independent projects are encouraged. More at

http://lptms.u-psud.fr/membres/mlenz/PostdocOpening.pdf


Experiments – at ESPCI Paris

We welcome applications from experimentalists interested in the frustrated self-assembly of irregular objects. The position consists in developing an experimental protocol to design and produce colloids of arbitrary shapes using a sub-micrometer-resolution 3D printer, then monitor their self-assembly to demonstrate the tendency of irregular shapes to aggregate into fibers and sheets as discussed in recent theoretical work. More at

http://lptms.u-psud.fr/membres/mlenz/ExperimentalPostdoc.pdf

Please kindly post these ads on your department’s notice board, and do not hesitate to pass on this announcement. Informal inquiries welcome.

Best regards,
Martin


http://lptms.u-psud.fr/membres/mlenz/