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PhD with Wind Energy topic in Bremen/Oldenburg/Hamburg area

Hi Everybody,

I am an Italian mechanical engineer. It's one year I've been in the Wind energy business. I served the Fraunhofer IWES in Bremerhaven within the "Simulation and Assessment of Wind Turbines" in the periods March/June 2011 and October 2011/January 2012: I was involved in the modeling of a 3D turbulent wind field approaching the WEC. I developed in Matlab two models: the Sandia Model and the Mann model. 

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

Manjesh's picture

Looking for a Phd. position in Computational Solid Mechanics and Materials.

I am a final year Master of Engineering student at Materials Engineering Department, Indian Institute of Science. I have done my Bachelor of Engineering in Mechanical Engg. from Bengal Engineering and Science University, West Bengal, India. Currently I am working on my ME project "Simulation and Validation of Roll-Separating force and Limiting Reduction in Cold Rolling", under Prof Vikram Jayaram, Materials Engg Dept. and Prof S.K.Biswas, Mechanical Engg. Dept, IISc., Bangalore. After completion (June, 2011) of my ME, I want to do Phd.

Mario Cyril Pinto's picture

Im looking for a PhD Position in the area of molecular simulations

   My name is Mario Pinto. I have a bachelors degree in Mechanical Engineering (2006) and a masters degree in Computational Science (2008). Since August 2008, I have been working at Computational Research Labs, Pune, India in the Computational Materials Group. My work mostly involves the use of MD, and I use LAMMPS for all simulations.

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