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Project Positions in Fracture Mechanics (IIT Delhi)

I am looking to fill a few project positions in the next couple of months on the following topics in Fracture Mechanics at the Department of Applied Mechanics, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Delhi:

Required skills for all positions are excellent fundamentals in solid mechanics and good technical writing skills. Desirable skills are bracketed.

P-1. Molecular dynamics simulation of fracture in amorphous solids (Programming and LAMMPS)

P-2. XFEM simulation of fracture in brittle solids (Programming and FEM)

Two positions at the Mechanical Engineering Department at the University of British Columbia

Two positions are open for Ph.D. or Masters students in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada. The positions are joined with the Modeling and Simulation group and the Micro and Nano mechanics laboratory. We are looking for skilled and highly motivated individuals to pursue a Ph.D. or M.A.Sc. in the area of multiscale modeling of materials and solids mechanics. Two projects are available:

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