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PhD and Postdoc Positions-Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Texas at Dallas

There are openings for PhD students and Postdocs within the "UT-Dallas Nanobiomechanics Laboratory".


The research topics cover: Nanobiomechanics, scanning Probe microscopy, bioinspired and biomimetic nanomaterials, nanomechanics of living cells and biological systems, nanomanufacturing and microfabrication. The topics are "Experimental" in nature, and prior experimental skills at the nanoscale are highly desirable.

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PhD grant / PhD studentship / PhD position at Imperial College London

Department of Aeronautics

 

2 funded PhD Studentships

 

MultiScale Theoretical and Computational Modelling
of Composite Structures

 

Grant: stipend (circa
£15,590 per annum) and fees (at home rate)
for 3 years.

Start date:
October 2012 (flexible)

PhD position at Mines ParisTech (Centre des matériaux)

A PhD position is avalaible at the Centre des Matériaux of Mines ParisTech (Paris, France). The research will focus on "Experimental and numerical analysis of sustained load cracking in Titanium". The candidates should have a master degree in mechanics, materials sciences and engineering, or computational mechanics. A full decription of the subject is attached. Interested applicants please send a resume to Dr. Matthieu Maziere (maziere@mat.ensmp.fr).

PhD position at Loughborough University: 'Plasticity in small length scales'

As one of the biggest Departments of its kind in the UK, the Wolfson School of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering has an international reputation for being at the forefront of technological innovation and for maintaining extensive links with industry.

http://www.lboro.ac.uk/departments/mm/index.html

Open PhD position in computational methods and inverse problems in cardiovascular biomechanics

 Open PhD position in computational methods and inverse
problems in cardiovascular biomechanics
 

A highly motivated PhD student is sought for research in
computational methods and inverse problems at the University of Pittsburgh
(Pitt) Department of Bioengineering (BioE).

Looking for an open PhD position in Computational Mechanics

Dear all,

I'm currently achieving a Mines ParisTech post-master degree in computational mechanics at the Center for Metal Forming (CEMEF) in France. I'm looking to a career in computational mechanics software development. To reach this goal, I'm looking out for a PhD in this field. I'm more interested in numerical methods (software engineering) than in rheologic approach of materials. Remeshing methods, crack growth modeling, crash analysis, parallel computing or multidisciplinary optimization are attractive fields I would be motivated to work on.

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PhD position available on Contact & Frictional Joints in Gas Turbines, fully funded

This studentship has now been filled, but there may be further similar studentships to follow.

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3 Fully-Funded PhD Positions in Mechanics of Materials at Imperial College London

There are 3 fully-funded PhD studentships available for a 1st October 2009 start, for EPSRC-eligible students in Mechanics of Materials at Imperial College London. EPSRC eligibility usually entails UK citizenship.

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Graduate Research Opportunities at Iowa State University

There are currently 5 openings for perspective graduate students (preferably applying for a PhD program) in the area of experimental, theoretical or computational solid mechanics (or combined), starting from Fall, 2009.  Recruited students are expected to work with Ashraf Bastawros or Wei Hong.  Possible research topics include: Smart materials/structures, Reliability of micro-electronic devices, Layered structures, Mechanics of soft active materals, etc.

MSc+PhD position Fully Funded -- Massively parallel biomechanics simulation of brain surgery on HECToR

High Performance Computing MSc+Ph.D. position available at the
University of Glasgow on Massively Parallel Brain Surgery Simulation
with the extended finite element method (XFEM and FleXFEM)  (University
of Glasgow) -- funding body is EPSRC.

One year MSc in HPC in Edinburgh (all costs covered by funding) + 3 year Ph.D.  and access to HecToR,
one of the world's largest super-computer, including training with
experts in massively parallel simulation (10,000+ processors).

PhD Position: Solid Mechanics/Biomechanics at KTH-Stockholm

PhD Position: Solid Mechanics/Biomechanics at KTH-Stockholm

A four to five-year PhD position focusing on the analysis of multi-scale phenomena in diseased blood vessels including atherosclerotic plaques has recently been opened at KTH Solid Mechanics. The position is fully supported by the Swedish Research Council.

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