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Fully Funded Ph.D. Position in Computational Biomechanics at Villanova University for Spring or Fall 2022

A fully funded Ph.D. position is available in the Computational Biomechanics and Solid Mechanics Laboratory  at Villanova University. The position is available as early as Spring 2022 until filled. The candidate will work on multiscale computational modeling of bone fracture.

Ph.D. Position in Computational Mechanics

A fully-funded Ph.D. position is available with a start date of Spring 2016 or Fall 2016 at the Computational Biomechanics and Solid Mechanics Laboratory (http://www3.villanova.edu/biomech/) at Villanova University which is located in the greater Philadelphia area (http://www.villanova.edu).

Ph.D. Position in Computational Biomechanics at Villanova University

A Ph.D. position is available with a start date of Summer 2015 or Fall 2015 at the Computational Biomechanics and Solid Mechanics Laboratory at Villanova University.

The research project is an NSF funded project focusing on multiscale modeling of bone fracture. Candidates with a strong background and interest in biomechanics, solid mechanics, and computational modeling are encouraged to apply.

Ph.D. Position in Computational Biomechanics at Villanova University

 A Ph.D. position is available with a start date of Summer 2015 or Fall 2015 at the Computational Biomechanics and Solid Mechanics Laboratory at Villanova University.

The research project is an NSF funded project focusing on multiscale modeling of bone fracture. Candidates with a strong background and interest in biomechanics, solid mechanics, and computational modeling are encouraged to apply.

PhD Position in Computational Mechanics/Biomechanics at Villanova University

There is an immediate opening for a PhD student
position with a target start date of August 2014 in the Computational
Biomechanics and Solid Mechanics Laboratory at Villanova University.

Research projects will be in the general area of
computational mechanics with an emphasis on biological materials. Candidates
with a strong background and interest in mechanics, biomechanics and
computational modeling are encouraged to apply. Candidates with a Master’s
degree and previous research experience are preferred.

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