Computational Solid Mechanics

Research Engineer Position: Computational Solid Mechanics

This research focuses on Modelling, and Computational Material design of Composite materials.
Candidate will have a Masters Degree in computational solid mechanics with substantial experience in the
application and development of finite element code. Previous experience in applied mathematical modelling is essential.

Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.

Please contact Dr. Kumar Shanmugam( for further enquiries.

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Postdoctoral position in computational solid mechanics

Job Summary:
The postdoctoral research associate is expected to
provide research support within the frame of a multi-year engineering
research project undertaken by faculty from the departments of
Mechanical Engineering and Applied Math and Sciences at Khalifa
University. Limited teaching or other academic duties may be assigned to
the successful candidate under the supervision of the Advisor as
required by the University.
The successful candidate will be
expected to join as soon as possible. The duration of the appointment is until end of 2015.

Organization: Khalifa University

Open Position in Computation Solid Mechanics

Position: Computational Solid Mechanics Engineer

Company: Global Engineering Research and Technologies (GERT)

Location: Tucson, Arizona, USA 

Full/Part time: Full Time. 

Benefits: Yes.

Salary: Commensurate with Qualifications.

Remote employment: No. Must be willing to relocate to Tucson, AZ.

Visa: Must have legal paperwork allowing the ability to work in the U.S.A 

Open Position in Computation Solid Mechanics

Position: Computational Solid Mechanics Engineer

Company: Global Engineering Research and Technologies

Location: Tucson, AZ. 

Full/Part time: Full time. 

Benefits: Yes.

Salary: Commensurate with qualifications.

Remote employment: No. Must be willing to relocate.

Visa: Must have proper authorization to work in the U.S. 

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Post-doctoral position in Computational Solid/Structural Mechanics at the University of South Carolina

We are no longer accepting appciations for this position.

Qulified applicants will be contacted soon.

Thank you for your interests again. 

where to go for the computational modelling?

This post is to share where to go for the computational modelling. Should computation modelling focus on advance the solver convergence or focus on experiment verification?

The experiment verification always expensive and high cost involved. For solver convergence, it is always take time but less cost involved, however even with advance computational power and smart equation, we always face problem on verfiy our result through experiement stage.  

Research Engineer Position in Computational Mechanics at KAUST

A research engineer position is available in the Composite and Heterogeneous Materials Modeling and Simulation Laboratory (COHMAS) at King Abdullah Univeristy of Science and Technology (KAUST).

This position will be mainly engaged in two kind of activities:

1) Act as the Lab manager from the computational and simulation side, and support students, post-docs and researchers in the group in developing applications and usinghigh performance computing facilities;

2) Develop his/her strong personal research activities in computational solid mechanics in coordinate with the PI, and be fully integrated into and in charge of a collaborative research activity with the industry. 

Postdoctoral Fellowship - Computational Solid Mechanics

Postdoctoral Research Position – Computational Solid Mechanics Weapons and Materials Research Directorate (WMRD, US Army Research Laboratory (ARL) Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD WMRD has an immediate opening for a postdoctoral research associate to conduct research in high rate damage and failure of ductile and brittle materials. Researcher would be part of a team that includes scientists at WMRD/ARL and faculty and students in Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science at The Johns Hopkins University under a Cooperative Research Agreement.

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