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Fully funded Marie-Curie PhD positions (UK and Denmark)

Two PhD positions are available at the University of Southampton (jointly with an industrial partner in Denmark). Both poisitions are in the broad area of structural vibration.

(1) Analytical and computational structural dynamics and vibration (in the context of elastic and acoustic metamaterial, especially those fabricated using additive manufacturing):

https://jobs.soton.ac.uk/Vacancy.aspx?ref=1037118AK-R

and 

(2) Experimental and computational structural dynamics and vibration (in the context of elastic and acoustic metamaterial, especially those fabricated using additive manufacturing):

https://jobs.soton.ac.uk/Vacancy.aspx?ref=1037018AK-R

Both positions are supported by the EU-funded Marie-Curie Fellowships programme. Details within the links above. Informal enquiries to ab13 [at] soton [dot] ac [dot] uk

Applications only through the links above, please (emails will not be treated as applications)!

I am looking for candidates with a strong background in one or more of the following areas: structural mechanics, structural dynamics, vibration, wave propagation, additive manufacturing, applied mathematics. The first post is mostly computational/theoretical with some elements of additive manufacturing. The second post is mostly experimental (vibration measurement) with some elements of theory and additive manufacturing.

Candidates must have a degree in engineering (mechanical, aerospace, civil, or related) or another numerate discipline (mathematics, physics, mechanics). A master's degree is desirable.

Deadline: 27th February 2019 

Professor Atul Bhaskar

Professor of Applied Mechanics

Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences

University of Southampton

SO17 1BJ, UK

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The link in my previous blog was incorrect, now corrected. The deadline is 27th February. Applications must be made via the link and not CVs sent directly by emails!

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