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PhD Position at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte

I am seeking Ph.D. students to work on developing and using multiscale methods for modeling nanocomposites and nanomaterials. Candidates should have a BS or MS degree in mechanical engineering, material science, civil engineering or other related areas. Candidates with computational solid mechanics experience at the continuum or molecular level are highly preferred.

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Ph.D. Position in Computational Solid Mechanics

A PhD position is available in the department of mechanical engineering and engineering science at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. The research project is on the multiscale modeling of the mechanical behavior of nanomaterials. Candidates with strong background in computational solid mechanics are highly encouraged to apply. The starting date for this position is January 2013. Interested candidates please send a detailed CV to atabarra@uncc.edu.

Ph.D. Student in Computational Biomechanics

One position for a Ph.D. Student in Computational Biomechanics for 3 years, fully employed;
expected from January 1, 2010 at the Institute of Biomechanics in Graz, Austria.

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Ph.D. Student in Experimental Biomechanics

One position for a Ph.D. Student in Experimental Biomechanics for 3 years, fully employed;
expected from January 1, 2010 at the Institute of Biomechanics in Graz, Austria.

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Postdoctoral and Ph.D. positions in Experimental Solid Mechanics at Michigan State University

Composite Vehicle Research Center (CVRC) at MSU has an immediate opening for a postdoctoral research associate to conduct research in non-destructive evaluation (NDE) and structural health monitoring (SHM) of composite materials in an effort to develop self-diagnostic composite structures for air and ground vehicles. 
http://www.egr.msu.edu/~shong/Postdoc.html

Scholarships for Computational Mechanics in the UK for non-EU students

Dear non-EU students who want to study in the UK,

You are encouraged to look at the fellowship offers below. If you qualify for these and are interested in working in a dynamic group in computational mechanics in Glasgow, please contact me directly stephane dot bordas at gmail dot com

 Our department has a growing team of PhD students (more than 20 at the moment) working in cognate disciplines, which will give you a unique opportunity for a strong PhD in computational mechanics. 

Ph.D. Research Assistantship in Multi-Scale/Multi-Physics Material Modeling at the University of Colorado, Boulder

A graduate student researcher is sought to work on a theoretical and computational aspect of multiscale/ multi-physics material modeling (with an emphasis on biological materials and structures). The project’s envisioned outcome is to a better understanding of the relationship between the small scale physics and structures and the overall macroscopic properties of a material. This research has application in the design of new, smart material, or in the development of treatment for injuries and disease of biological tissues.

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