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Phase field modeling of damage and fracture in polycrystalline materials, support from the Chinese Scholarship Council

The ability of scientists and engineers to exploit, design and process new materials with improved properties has often been fundamental for the technological advances of societies. In fact, advances in many key domains like aerospace, automotive industry, energy, nanotechnology, rely on our ability to engineer new materials and to exploit their properties.

Post-Doc Position: Colloids in polymer systems: Numerical studies and simulations

Post-Doc Position: Colloids in polymer systems: Numerical studies and simulations

 

The Material and Process Simulation group at the University of Bayreuth is offering a

1 Post-Doc Position TV-L E13 (m/f)

Colloids in polymer systems: Numerical studies and simulations

 

Post-Doc Position: Colloids in polymer systems: Numerical studies and simulations

Post-Doc Position: Colloids in polymer systems: Numerical studies and simulations

 

The Material and Process Simulation group at the University of Bayreuth is offering a

1 Post-Doc Position TV-L E13 (m/f)

Colloids in polymer systems: Numerical studies and simulations

 

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PhD Positions(In-situ TEM and Multi-physics of nanoscale thin films) in Mechanical Engineering at UC, Riverside

At least 2 PhD positions are available at Nanomechanics and Multi-physics Lab at UC, Riverside. Selected students will develop an in-situ TEM experimental setup using nanofabrication techniques and carry out experiments to understand the material behavior of nanoscale thin films. Students with background in material science are highly encouraged to apply.

http://www.me.ucr.edu/skumar/

or contact me - skumar@engr.ucr.edu

 

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).

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Position in Industry - Research Scientist Computational Modelling


Currently we, Huntsman (Europe) BVBA, are looking for a Research
Scientist Computational Modelling at our Everberg offices close to Brussels,
Belgium.


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