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2 POSTDOC posts on Computational Solid Mechanics (Delamination modeling) and Functional Nanocomposites/Wearable Electronics

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The Division of Physical Sciences and Engineering at King Abdullah University of Science and
Technology (KAUST), Saudi Arabia, invites applications for Postdoctoral fellow in Mechanical
Engineering at the Composite and Heterogeneous Material Analysis and Simulation Laboratory
(COHMAS, http://cohmas.kaust.edu.sa).

2 field of studies are available:

1. Postdoctoral openings are available in “Computational Mechanics” with applications to interfacial
mechanics in laminated composites. The project is related to the optimization of a specific family of patterned interfaces that can be
described on demand. The final objective will be the design of optimal morphology leading to superior
performances in adhesive bonding. On top of the below qualifications, a strong background in damage mechanics, fracture mechanics,
simulation of heterogeneous materials and adhesive/cohesive failure, implementation of user
development in Abaqus is requested.

2. Postdoctoral openings are available in “Functional Nanocomposites” with applications to
epidermal electronics and wearable electronics. The project is related to the development of a new family of epidermal electronics for applications in
both human body and structural health monitoring. Additional details will be provided to relevant
applicants. On top of the below qualifications, a strong background in nanocomposites, functional materials,
wearable electronics, wireless communications and techniques for epidermal electronics are requested.

Benefits: In addition to a competitive salary, the successful candidate will enjoy a generous benefit package
including medical insurance, on-campus free housing, K-12 schools, paid airfare (at start and end of
contract) and outstanding recreational facilities.

For more details, please download PDFs in the attachment.

 

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