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Statics and Mechanics of Materials

Statics and Mechanics of Materials

Author: Barry J Goodno, James M Gere

Publisher: Cengage

Year: 2019

Doctoral Enrollment, School of Science and Engineering

Doctoral Enrollment, School of Science and Engineering

a. Bachelor's and master's degree in chemistry, materials, chemical engineering and other related fields; 

b. Good communication skills, diligent, serious and responsible working attitude;

c. Professional grades should reach B or above; 

d. A toefl score of at least 79 or an ielts score of at least 6.5. 

Specific application requirements can be viewed by clicking the following link:

Application process

Please prepare a complete resume in Chinese and English, PDF representing the article and contact information o

Prof. Sunghwan Lee at Purdue University is recruiting multiple graduate students

Prof. Sunghwan Lee at Purdue University is recruiting multiple graduate students (Ph.D. students preferred) with their background of Materials Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Physics or relevant disciplines.

His research focuses on the processing of advanced thin film materials and their various device applications in information processing, energy conversion and sensor devices. The goal of his research is to continue providing new levels of performance and device functionality in those devices.

Please contact Dr. Lee ASAP so that you can have f

Doctoral enrollment, Design and synthesis of foldamer-based enzyme mimetics, institute European chemistry and biology (IECB) Guichard

In Nature, folding and function of biopolymers, such as proteins or nucleic acids, are two closely related notions that lead to an impressive variety of biological processes to occur. The design of bioinspired architectures to create innovative and functional nano(bio)systems in aqueous media has been a longstanding goal of the scientific community. Access to artificial enzymatic systems that would lead to efficient and new biocatalysts is of particular interest. Synthetic sequence-specific folded oligomers (also called “foldamers”) possess interesting features to create self-assembled protein

The PhD will be based within the Centre for Materials Science at Queensland University of Technology

One PhD scholarship is available at QUT. Due to the gender balance requirement, we need to have a female candidate for the position.


a. IELTS 6/6.5, or TOLFE (>79) 

b. Geder: Female 

c. She should in Australia, or she can come to Australia in short time 

d. Scholarship can start immediately 

The student with chemistry, physics and material science is preferred。 

The salary is equivalent to QUT Annual scholarship, while the tuition fee will be waived.

For further information please contact Dr. Liangzhi Kou (

Doctoral enrollment, Electrical & Electronic Engineering, University College Dublin

The PhD positions generally involve theoretical and applied research in electromagnetics and wireless communications.

The research projects cover a broad range of topics, with a particular focus on the development of high-performance computational platforms for emerging wireless technologies in intelligent transportation (air, ground, underground), 5G and beyond wireless communications, underwater communications, indoor/outdoor localization, as well as biomedical sensing and healthcare applications.

The successful candidates are expected to conduct research, particularly, but not exclusively i

Master/PhD Student Position: Chemist/Material Scientist/Nanomaterials

The Department of BionanoTechnology at the Gachon University is looking for scientists to fill the following positions as soon as possible:

The research in our group is dealing with several aspects of nanomaterials.

It includes:

a. Synthesis and properties of novel materials including nanostructures and 2D materials; novel carbon materials (graphene, N-doped carbons), metal nanowires, conducting polymers, other advanced materials

b. Clean energy materials for supercapacitors and batteries.

c. Fabrication and properties of flexible electronics

We are searching excellent, highly motivat

Fully Funded PhD Studentship for Engineering Optimization, James Watt School of Engineering, University of Glasgow, Scotland

Fully Funded PhD Studentship for Engineering Optimization, James Watt School of Engineering, University of Glasgow, Scotland

Candidates with AI, Computer Science or Applied Mathematics backgrounds are especially welcomed

Target qualification: PhD

Location: Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom

Funding for: UK students, EU students, or International students

Funding amount: Full tuition fee waiver for four years plus an annual stipend of £15,285 (tax free) 

Mode of study: Full Time

Anticipated starting time: 1st October 2020

Application deadline: 31st July 2020 (Please apply as early as possible. Ofte

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