Oxford Solid Mechanics is an initiative to promote
interaction between researchers in Mathematics, Materials
Science, Engineering and Physics in the University of Oxford
who work on the mechanics of solids across the full range of
spatial and temporal scales. This website collects together information
about people and events in Oxford that are of interest
to the Oxford Solid Mechanics community.
If you would like to get involved please send us an
News and Upcoming Events
Second Oxford Solid Mechanics event
The event is focused on EPSRC early-career fellowships. One of the EPSRC portfolio managers will come and give a talk on how to write a successful application.
The event will be held on the 20th March 2015, at the Mathematical Institute L2 at 9.45 am . Everybody is welcome: DPhil students, Postdocs and academics.
9.45am. Registration, Tea/coffee and pastries.
10.15am. Dr. Michael Ward, EPSRC Portfolio Manager, Mathematical Sciences
10.45am. Brief talks from EPSRC Postdoctoral and Early Career Fellowship holders.
This event is free of charge, if you are interested in attending this event please sign up at the doodle poll.
3rd LIMA Users Club Meeting
The Laboratory for In-situ Microscopy and Analysis (LIMA) is pleased to announce that it will hold its 3rd Users Club Meeting on Thursday,
the 19th of March 2015 in the Department of Engineering Science (Lecture Room 3, Thom Building). Since its launch the Laboratory has enjoyed
a number of exciting collaborations aimed at gaining further insight into fundamental aspects of material behaviour in areas ranging from Biology
and Physics through to Engineering and Materials Science. This is a friendly and informal event, which presents an opportunity for past,
current and future users and industrial partners to share their research, exchange ideas, etc. Refreshments will be provided and there will
be an opportunity to visit the facility. If you would like to attend, please e-mail email@example.com. For more information please visit Lima.
Solid Mechanics and Materials Engineering Group Seminar Series
Hilary Term 2015, Monday 2pm. Click here for details.
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