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Fully funded PhD positions in Damage Mechanics and AI

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I am looking for highly motivated, hardworking, and bright students to fill multiple fully-funded Ph.D. positions in my research group (www.ndsu-dams.org). Candidates are expected to have a strong background in computational mechanics and experimental methods. Course work or previous research experience in one or more of the following areas is desirable: soft materials, constitutive modeling, artificial intelligence, experimental techniques, continuum mechanics, Additive Manufacturing, etc. Candidates with a master's degree in a relevant area with journal publications available for summer 2021 will be prioritized.

The incumbents will get an opportunity to work either in the mechanical behavior of bio-based materials and/ or additively manufactured steels. The stipend will be in commensuration with the student's background and will be raised based on their performance every year. The department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the North Dakota State University is a home for over 60 Ph.D. students. The North Dakota State University, located in Fargo, North Dakota, is a Land-Grant University and has been a hub of innovation in the Upper Midwest. According to Business Insider, Fargo ranks 3rd as a post-COVID spot to settle.    

Interested candidates can email me (ravi.kiran@ndsu.edu) their 1) full CV, 2) unofficial transcripts/ list of courses taken, 3) names and contact information of three professional references, and 4) available date with a subject line "Ph.D. applicant." A valid TOEFL score is required for international students for admission.

Shortlisted candidates will be invited for a zoom interaction.

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