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Postdoc openings on computational mechanics and additive manufacturing in National University of Singapore

Dr. Wentao Yan's group at the Department of Mechanical Engineering, National University of Singapore (NUS), focuses on metal additive manufacturing: computational modeling, experimental investigation and data analytics. We have been extensively studying the process-structure-property relationships of additive manufacturing, and have made some interesting progresses (recently won 9 awards in 2022 NIST AM-Bench Simulation Challenge). More details about the group can be found in http://blog.nus.edu.sg/yanwt/
There are multiple openings for postdoctoral fellows available immediately.

1) Opening 1: Uncertainty quantification (UQ), especially UQ of computational models. No requirement on any prior expertise or knowledge on additive manufacturing.

2) Opening 2: Thermomechanical modeling, particularly thermal stress modeling of additive manufacturing and/or welding. The ability to develop subroutines (e.g., ABAQUS UMAT) is required.

3) Opening 3: Modeling of microstructure evolution in manufacturing processes, using phase field or cellular automaton or other methods. Expertise on developing relevant in-house code is required, but prior expertise or knowledge on additive manufacturing is not necessary. Relevant research experience on additive manufacturing, welding and casting is welcome.

4) Opening 4: Online monitoring of additive manufacturing processes. Qualified candidates should be familiar with additive manufacturing or welding, and be capable in signal processing and analysis.

Other relevant research expertise on computational mechanics and additive manufacturing is also welcome.

 

The first contract will be 1-2 years (negotiable), and can be renewed based on mutual agreement. Please send detailed CV (including but not limited to: education background and publication list) to mpeyanw@nus.edu.sg.

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