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Research Fellow in Computational Micromechanics

The Multiscale Materials Modelling Team in WMG (University of Warwick), led by Dr Figiel, is currently seeking a Research Fellow to carry out research in the area of Computational Micromechanics of Solid-state Batteries. This post is part of a large consortium SOLBAT (, focussed on developing next-generation solid-state batteries, which has been led by the University of Oxford, and funded by the Faraday Institution (

The post will focus on the following challenges: (1) development of constitutive models for polymer-based battery components within the framework of continuum mechanics, (2) formulation of coupled chemo-mechanics equations at the microscale using the concept of computational homogenization, and (3) numerical implementation into a non-linear finite-element method framework.

To apply for this post you must:

  • Have a PhD in computational solid mechanics, or a related area focussed on materials modelling
  • Experience with computational micromechanics, and/or multiscale materials modelling
  • Be an effective team player with capability to work with minimal supervision; previous experience in working in a multiple-partner research consortium will be a bonus
  • Possess effective communication (oral and written) skills


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