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PhD positions in computational solid mechanics and mechanobiology

Dear iMechanica community

I have two fully funded PhD positions available.  Looking for candidates with background in: (i) solid mechanics/structures, and (ii) computational mechanics/physics with interest in problems of biophysical flavour (modelling and some experimentation, bio-tribology, etc.). Please note that these are PhD studentships and not post-docs (i.e. Early Stage Researchers). I encourage candidates having a masters or exceptional undergraduate degrees in mechanics, mechanical/aerospace engineering, applied mathematics, computational physics, Materials Science (particularly programmes that have a significant maths/computational content) to apply. Links below – please follow the instructions.

http://brightrecruits.com/job/8385/marie-sklodowska-curie-fellow-itn-mechanobiology-of-cell-surface-interaction-hymedpoly-esr12

http://brightrecruits.com/job/8384/marie-sklodowska-curie-fellow-itn-mechanics-of-porous-and-structured-materials-hymedpoly-esr-13

They also appear on job.ac.uk and jobs.soton.ac.uk:  

https://jobs.soton.ac.uk/Vacancy.aspx?ref=672615AK

https://jobs.soton.ac.uk/Vacancy.aspx?ref=672515AK

Please check eligibility - you must not have been in the UK for more than 1 year in the last 3 years for work or study.

Many thanks,

Atul Bhaskar

(Apology, my website is very old and does not seem to contain email address - happy to discuss by email: A.Bhaskar@soton.ac.uk)

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