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Two Fully-funded PhD Positions in Additive Manufacturing

The National Center for Additive Manufacturing Excellence (NCAME) at Auburn University is announcing for two fully-funded PhD positions in the area of structural integrity of additive manufactured (AM) materials/parts. These students will work under direction of Dr. Shamsaei from Mechanical Engineering Department. These opportunities include;
1- One PhD student is expected to work on experimental and analytical mechanics, additive manufacturing, fatigue testing and modeling, failure analysis, microstructural characterization, and fracture mechanics.
2- The second PhD student will implement computational mechanics to investigate structural integrity of AM parts. The candidate for this position should have background on crystal plasticity and finite element analysis. This candidate is also expected to be familiar with a finite element software including writing subroutines.
For international applicants, you need to have your TOEFL and GRE scores ready to report by Oct. 15th. If interested, please send your resume and a cover letter, briefly explaining your relevant experience and publications to Dr Vaziri (mzv0045@auburn.edu).

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PhD studentship in modelling of soft membranes at University College London

A fully-funded PhD studentship is available in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at University College London.

Two Fully-funded PhD Positions in Additive Manufacturing

The National Center for Additive Manufacturing Excellence (NCAME) at Auburn University is announcing for two fully-funded PhD positions in the area of structural integrity of additive manufactured (AM) materials/parts. These students will work under direction of Dr. Shamsaei from Mechanical Engineering Department. These opportunities include;
1- One PhD student is expected to work on experimental and analytical mechanics, additive manufacturing, fatigue testing and modeling, failure analysis, microstructural characterization, and fracture mechanics.
2- The second PhD student will implement computational mechanics to investigate structural integrity of AM parts. The candidate for this position should have background on crystal plasticity and finite element analysis. This candidate is also expected to be familiar with a finite element software including writing subroutines.
If interested, please send your resume and a cover letter, briefly explaining your relevant experience and publications to Dr Vaziri (mzv0045@auburn.edu).

Two Fully-funded PhD Positions in Additive Manufacturing

The National Center for Additive Manufacturing Excellence (NCAME) at Auburn University is announcing for two fully-funded PhD positions in the area of structural integrity of additive manufactured (AM) materials/parts. These students will work under direction of Dr. Shamsaei from Mechanical Engineering Department. These opportunities include;
1- One PhD student is expected to work on experimental and analytical mechanics, additive manufacturing, fatigue testing and modeling, failure analysis, microstructural characterization, and fracture mechanics.
2- The second PhD student will implement computational mechanics to investigate structural integrity of AM parts. The candidate for this position should have background on crystal plasticity and finite element analysis. This candidate is also expected to be familiar with a finite element software including writing subroutines.
If interested, please send your resume and a cover letter, briefly explaining your relevant experience and publications to Dr Vaziri (mzv0045@auburn.edu).

Two Fully-funded PhD Positions in Additive Manufacturing

The National Center for Additive Manufacturing Excellence (NCAME) at Auburn University is announcing for two fully-funded PhD positions in the area of structural integrity of additive manufactured (AM) materials/parts. These students will work under direction of Dr. Shamsaei from Mechanical Engineering Department. These opportunities include;
1- One PhD student is expected to work on experimental and analytical mechanics, additive manufacturing, fatigue testing and modeling, failure analysis, microstructural characterization, and fracture mechanics.
2- The second PhD student will implement computational mechanics to investigate structural integrity of AM parts. The candidate for this position should have background on crystal plasticity and finite element analysis. This candidate is also expected to be familiar with a finite element software including writing subroutines.
If interested, please send your resume and a cover letter, briefly explaining your relevant experience and publications to Dr Vaziri (mzv0045@auburn.edu).

Two Fully-funded PhD Positions in Additive Manufacturing

The National Center for Additive Manufacturing Excellence (NCAME) at Auburn University is announcing for two fully-funded PhD positions in the area of structural integrity of additive manufactured (AM) materials/parts. These students will work under direction of Dr. Shamsaei from Mechanical Engineering Department. These opportunities include;
1- One PhD student is expected to work on experimental and analytical mechanics, additive manufacturing, fatigue testing and modeling, failure analysis, microstructural characterization, and fracture mechanics.
2- The second PhD student will implement computational mechanics to investigate structural integrity of AM parts. The candidate for this position should have background on crystal plasticity and finite element analysis. This candidate is also expected to be familiar with a finite element software including writing subroutines.
If interested, please send your resume and a cover letter, briefly explaining your relevant experience and publications to Dr Vaziri (mzv0045@auburn.edu).

Two Fully-funded PhD Positions in Additive Manufacturing

The National Center for Additive Manufacturing Excellence (NCAME) at Auburn University is announcing for two fully-funded PhD positions in the area of structural integrity of additive manufactured (AM) materials/parts. These students will work under direction of Dr. Shamsaei from Mechanical Engineering Department. These opportunities include;
1- One PhD student is expected to work on experimental and analytical mechanics, additive manufacturing, fatigue testing and modeling, failure analysis, microstructural characterization, and fracture mechanics.
2- The second PhD student will implement computational mechanics to investigate structural integrity of AM parts. The candidate for this position should have background on crystal plasticity and finite element analysis. This candidate is also expected to be familiar with a finite element software including writing subroutines.
If interested, please send your resume and a cover letter, briefly explaining your relevant experience and publications to Dr Vaziri (mzv0045@auburn.edu).

Two Fully-funded PhD Positions in Additive Manufacturing

The National Center for Additive Manufacturing Excellence (NCAME) at Auburn University is announcing for two fully-funded PhD positions in the area of structural integrity of additive manufactured (AM) materials/parts. These students will work under direction of Dr. Shamsaei from Mechanical Engineering Department. These opportunities include;
1- One PhD student is expected to work on experimental and analytical mechanics, additive manufacturing, fatigue testing and modeling, failure analysis, microstructural characterization, and fracture mechanics.
2- The second PhD student will implement computational mechanics to investigate structural integrity of AM parts. The candidate for this position should have background on crystal plasticity and finite element analysis. This candidate is also expected to be familiar with a finite element software including writing subroutines.
If interested, please send your resume and a cover letter, briefly explaining your relevant experience and publications to Dr Vaziri (mzv0045@auburn.edu).

Two Fully-funded PhD Positions in Additive Manufacturing

The National Center for Additive Manufacturing Excellence (NCAME) at Auburn University is announcing for two funded PhD positions in the area of structural integrity of additive manufactured (AM) materials/parts. These students will work under direction of Dr. Shamsaei from Mechanical Engineering Department. These opportunities include;
1- One PhD student is expected to work on experimental and analytical mechanics, additive manufacturing, fatigue testing and modeling, failure analysis, microstructural characterization, and fracture mechanics.
2- The second PhD student will implement computational mechanics to investigate structural integrity of AM parts. The candidate for this position should have background on crystal plasticity and finite element analysis. This candidate is also expected to be familiar with a finite element software including writing subroutines.
If interested, please send your resume and a cover letter, briefly explaining your relevant experience and publications to Dr Vaziri (mzv0045@auburn.edu).

PhD position - Development of mesoscale hydro-chemo-mechanical (HMC) modeling approach for concrete deterioration.

Objectives

The main aim of this project is to develop a robust computational framework for investigating the hydro-chemo-mechanical aspect of concrete carbonation at meso-scale.

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PhD Position in 'Intelligent design of 2D nanostructures based on molybdenum' project

PhD student will be engaged in a research project of National Science Centre (NCN) carried out in the Institute of Fundamental Technological Research PAS, Poland on 'Intelligent design of 2D nanostructures based on molybdenum'.  The materials with a 2D atomic structure (flat, one layer) have drawn attention of researchers for years.

PhD position on Liquid-based electro-active polymer (LEAP) transducers

The Department of Industrial Engineering, The University of Trento (Italy) opened a PhD position on multifunctional electro-mechanical transducers based on dielectric liquids and electro-active polymers (EAPs), namely liquid-based EAPs (LEAPs). 

Two PhD positions in Computational Mechanics at Mines ParisTech (CEMEF)

The group of Computational Solids Mechanics at CEMEF Mines ParisTech, in the French Riviera, is seeking two candidates for Ph.D. positions. The appointment is starting on October 1st 2018.

The research topics are related to :

- 3D Numerical modelling of Ductile Fracture
- Numerical modelling of sheet-like materials under complex loading paths

Interested applicants can send a resume to

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Two PhD positions are available immediately in Computational Materials and Mechanics Laboratory at the Colorado School of Mines

Two PhD positions are available immediately in the Computational Materials and Mechanics Laboratory at the Colorado School of Mines.

Candidates should have a master's degree in mechanical engineering, materials science and engineering, solid-state physics, or applied mathematics. A background in phase field modeling, molecular dynamics, and/or density functional theory calculations is desired.

Marie Sklodowska-Curie PhD positions related to fibre-hybrid composites

We have a range of open PhD positions within the HyFiSyn Marie Sklodowska-Curie European Training Network. These projects are all related to fibre-hybrid composites. You can find all the details on www.hyfisyn.eu/open-positions. Applications should go through our website.

Best regards,
Dr. Yentl Swolfs
Coordinator of the HyFiSyn project

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PhD position in Multi-Material 3D printing

Looking for a motivated PhD student (Fall 2018 or Spring 2019) to work on Multi-Material 3D Printing: carbon fiber composite, nanocomposite, and conductive ink. The dissertation investigates both materials and mechanics aspects of 3D printed materials. If interested send your CV to mtehrani@unm.edu 

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PhD/Postdoc positions at ETH Zurich

The Mechanics & Materials Group within ETH Zurich's Department of Mechanical and Process Engineering has several openings for PhD students as well as a postdoctoral scholar. All positions are within the area of multiscale mechanics of solids with a primary focus on theory and simulations but also an experimental PhD thesis. Please see the attached description of the positions as well as requirements for potential candidates and contact information. The positions are open immediately and applications are welcome.

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PhD position available in mechanics and control of soft robots at University of Rhode Island

I am looking for a PhD student to work on mechanics and control of soft robots. This position will be available in 2019 Spring semester in the Department of Mechanical, Industrial and Systems engineering at University of Rhode Island.

Prior experience in engineering mechanics and control theory is a plus. Interested candidates are encouraged to send a CV to Dr. Hongyan Yuan at (hongyan_yuan@uri.edu).

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PhD 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 in the multiscale modeling of damage and fracture. Candidates should have a strong background and interests in continuum mechanics and finite elements modeling. Programming experience in Fortran or C++ is a big plus. The starting date for this position is August 2018.

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PhD Position in Multiscale Modeling of Hierarchical Materials

A PhD position is open for summer or fall 2018 in Advanced Hierarchical Materials by Design Lab at Louisiana Tech University on multiscale modeling of hierarchical materials with an emphasis on printed materials. The candidates must have earned a B.Sc. (M.Sc. is preferred) degree in Mechanical Engineering or closely related fields and have a solid background in theoretical and computational mechanics, specifically continuum mechanics and finite element modeling, and need to have the basic knowledge of writing computer code (preferably using C/C++).

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PhD 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 in the multiscale modeling of damage and fracture. Candidates should have a strong background and interests in continuum mechanics and finite elements modeling. Programming experience in Fortran or C++ is a big plus. The starting date for this position is August 2018.

New PhD position at Eindhoven University of Technology - Micro-mechanics of ultra-thin free-standing multi-layer membranes in MEMS ultrasound transducers

Dear colleagues,

a new PhD position has become available at the Mechanics of Materials group, Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands (http://mate.tue.nl/mate/)

Micro-mechanics of ultra-thin free-standing multi-layer membranes in MEMS ultra-sound transducers.

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Ph.D. position in Mechanical Engineering at Villanova University - Fall 2018

There is one open Ph.D. student position fully funded in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Villanova University. The position starts Fall 2018. The successful applicant will work with Dr. David Cereceda in the Multiscale Modeling and Machine Learning (M3L) Laboratory on interdisciplinary research topics that involve Computational Mechanics, Multiscale Modeling of Materials and Machine Learning.

PhD Position in 'Intelligent design of 2D nanostructures based on molybdenum' project

Two PhD students will be engaged in a research project of National Science Centre (NCN) carried out in the Institute of Fundamental Technological Research PAS, Poland on 'Intelligent design of 2D nanostructures based on molybdenum'.  The materials with a 2D atomic structure (flat, one layer) have drawn attention of researchers for years.

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