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AIR FORCE CENTER OF EXCELLENCE IN INTEGRATED MATERIALS MODELING (CEIMM)
The Air Force Center for Excellence in Integrated Materials Modeling, or CEIMM, is seeking outstanding graduate students with a strong background or interest in computational solid mechanics, computational material science, physical sciences and mathematics.

Students will begin in the Spring 2013 semester, in January and participate in exciting research in multi-scale computational modeling of polycrystalline materials and polymer-matrix composite materials.

Additonal information can be found at this link.

CITIZENSHIP REQUIREMENTS
Qualified students who are U.S. citizens or who are U.S. Permanent Residents will have the opportunity to earn a masters or Ph.D. degree in Mechanical Engineering or Civil Engineering.

HOW TO APPLY
To apply for graduate admission to the Mechanical Engineering department, please contact Mike Bernard, Academic Program Administrator at mike.bernard@jhu.edu. Because the department's traditional appliication submission deadline has passed for the Spring 2013 semester, Mr. Bernard will help you with special application submission arrangements.

To apply for graduate admission to the Civil Engineering department, please submit your online application to the Johns Hopkins Graduate Admissions application system. The application submission deadline is November 10, 2012

ABOUT CEIMM
Johns Hopkins University Center of Excellence in Integrated Materials Modeling (CEIMM) is a newly instituted Center, jointly sponsored by the Air Force Office of Scientific Research and Air Force Research Laboratory. CEIMM is creating a collaborative, multidisciplinary research and educational program to foster foundational advances in computational and experimental methodologies, supporting the Integrated Computational Materials Science and Engineering (ICMSE) theme. The overarching goal is to overcome limitations of empiricism-based phenomenological models through physics-based spatio-temporal multi-scaling approaches, empowered by innovation, integration and education.

QUESTIONS?
Contact Professor Somnath Ghosh at 410-516-7833 or sghosh20@jhu.edu.