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Looking for a Post-Doc Position in Computational Mechanics, Heterogeneous Material or Multiscale Method

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I am looking for a post-doc position in the field of computational mechanics, composite materials or multiscale method. I have plenty of experience in geometry modeling, mesh generating, programming and software designing. I expect to receive my doctorate by May 2010. My dissertation work is mainly about the multiscale method for predicting mechanical and thermal performance of composite materials with random particle dispersions. In this work, I have established a numerical system of performance evaluation for random heterogeneous material, including 3-D geometry modeling of microstructure, a finite element mesh generation algorithm and a statistical second-order two-scale analytical method. This statistical second-order two-scale method is based on a homogenization theory and combined with a technique of statistical average. It has been used to calculate the mechanical and thermal parameters of random composite materials. Also, this method provides a way to evaluate the strength of random composite materials. In addition, this second-order two-scale method is converted into another form in cylindrical coordinates for laminated composite cylinder. Computer programs are the other achievements. I spent a lot of time to make them for testing and verifying the second-order two-scale method and others. And I’m very interesting in computational methods in applied sciences and engineering. I have enclosed my CV and four selected publications in the PDF version for your review. The accompanying CV and papers can give you an idea of my potential for making a worthwhile contribution to your group. If you require any more information or have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me.  Thank you for your time and consideration.

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