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Postdoctoral Research/Scientist in the Tissue Biomechanics

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Hello Everyone,

I am Piyush Gaur from India. I have done and submitted my PhD thesis in Feb 2019 in the area of soft tissue biomechanics at Department of Mechanical Engineering at IIT Delhi. The thesis of my PhD title is " Characterization of Aorta and Diaphragm at High Strain Rate Loading". I am defending my thesis in June 2019 as I have received minor comments from Examiners. I am working as an assistant professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at JK Lakshmipat University, Jaipur and also as a visiting researcher under Dr Anoop Chawla at IIT Delhi in the area of characterization of soft tissue under blast loading. For my PhD, I conducted high speed uniaxial and biaxial tensile tests on the diaphragm and aortic tissue along with the development of strain rate dependent computational model based on uniaxial tests data. I am also well versed with Inverse Problems. I have published 5 journal papers so far and 4 more papers are under review in the peer reviewed journals. I would like to further continue research by working as a postdoctoral researcher/scientist in the field of soft tissue biomechanics tissue using experimental, computational and imagining techniques. I am also open to work in the field of Biomaterials, Bio implants and 3-D printing.

My updated resume is attached with this message. I can also be contacted at gaurpiyush1727@gmail.com for further details. I shall be very thankful if any research group working in this area is looking for an active postdoc. I can join immediately in August/Sept 2019. Looking forward for a positive response.

Regards,
Piyush Gaur, PhD
Assistant Professor
Department of Mechanical Engineering, IET
JK Lakshmipat University, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India - 302026
Email: gaurpiyush1727@gmail.com
Mob no : +91 8447221572

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