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Postdoctoral position at Johns Hopkins University in dynamic fracture of glasses and glass ceramics

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There is an immediate opening for a post-doctoral scholar in the Hopkins Extreme Materials Institute (http://hemi.jhu.edu) at Johns Hopkins University, working with Prof. K.T. Ramesh (ramesh@jhu.edu) and Prof. Todd Hufnagel (hufnagel@jhu.edu).

The general area of interest is the deformation and fracture of glasses and glass ceramics under impact conditions, with an emphasis on synchrotron-based in situ x-ray phase-contrast imaging studies. Experience with experimental techniques for fracture is required. The strongest candidates for this position will also have experience with either theoretical/computational aspects of dynamic fracture or with time-resolved studies of materials using synchrotron radiation.

Candidates for this position must have an earned doctorate in mechanical engineering, materials science, or a related field. Interested candidates are encouraged to send a single PDF containing a résumé or CV, copies of two relevant publications, and the names and contact information of three references to Bess Bieluczyk at bess@jhu.edu.

Women and minorities are especially encouraged to apply.  Johns Hopkins University is an EEO/AA employer.

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