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Post-doctoral Position in Microstructure-Sensitive Modeling or In Situ Experiments at Purdue University

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The Adv. Computational Materials and Experimental Evaluation laboratory at Purdue University’s School of Aerospace Engineering invites applications from highly motivated individuals for a postdoctoral position. This position is supported by a 2 year sponsored project from DARPA that seeks to advance the development of time dependent behavior of aerospace alloys.


Foundational research is needed for time-dependent ICME tools that predict the effect of microstructural parameters on damage accumulation and fatigue response. Ultimately such efforts would tie process parameters to component life. Approaches will incorporate microstructure measurements with probabilistic variation as model inputs for direct metal laser sintering of Ti-6Al-4V and IN718.


Applicants must have a doctorate in ME/MSE/AE or related area. In addition to excellent academic and publication records, applicants should have experience in microstructure-based modeling or in situ experiments. Purdue University also offers career development opportunities. 


Applications review will begin immediately and continue until vacancy is filled. Interested persons should submit their CV to: Dr. Michael D. Sangid, Assistant Professor, School of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Purdue University, mail:, Website:

Address: Armstrong Hall of Engineering; Purdue University; 701 W. Stadium Ave.; West Lafayette, IN 47907-0307



 Purdue University is an Equal Opportunity/Equal Access/Affirmative Action Employer fully committed to achieving a diverse work force. 

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