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Multiple PhD positions in computational mechanics and materials

Several Ph.D. positions are open for Spring/Fall 2020 in the Advanced Hierarchical Materials by Design Lab at Louisiana Tech University on multiscale modeling of additively manufactured parts and processes. During this project, the candidate will have the opportunity to collaborate with NASA research centers, national labs, and different universities across the nation. 

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PhD position at the University of New South Wales (UNSW Sydney): Computational Mechanics (January 2020)

There is a new opening for a PhD student at the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of New South Wales, Sydney (Australia). We are looking for a PhD student in the broad area of computational mechanics. Candidates should have a strong background in the theory and application of the Finite Element Method (FEM) and expertise in programming (Matlab, Fortran, etc.).

Postdoctoral fellowship in computational fracture mechanics at Duke University

I have an opening for a two-year postdoctoral fellowship at Duke University.  The project is a collaboration with experimentalists. and concerns problems in which fractures are driven by fluid flow through porous media.

The ideal candidate will have some background in finite element methods and mechanics, nonlinear coupled field problems, C++, and high-performance computing.  Experience with fracture mechanics is useful but not required.  

The fellowship can begin as soon as this September, 2019, with some flexibility on the start date.  

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Postdoc in computational mechanics & topology optimization at SUTD in Singapore

We invite applications for Postdoctoral Research Fellow positions with the Bio-inspired Robotics & Design Laboratory (http://brd.sutd.edu.sg) at the Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD).

The project will investigate modelling, simulation and optimisation of soft robots and structures using computational mechanics.
Research areas include: structural and morphological optimisation and multi-physics optimisation. 

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Postdoctoral position @ TU Delft

Dear colleagues,

Richard Norte and I are looking for a postdoctoral scholar with interest in machine learning and good knowledge on finite element analyses.

This project is focused on computational mechanics in collaboration with a strong group on opto-mechanical devices.

For more information please check the following link:

https://www.academictransfer.com/nl/54445/pd-next-generation-opto-mechan...

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Postdoc position in cutting edge optimization for metal machining, Aarhus University, Denmark

Applications are invited for a 2.5-year postdoctoral position at Aarhus University, Denmark. The focus of the project will be on shape optimization of cutting edge for improving milling process of stainless steel. This research opportunity broadly involves the development of physics-based computational approaches and systematic simulations for understanding the micromechanics of material removal from metallic surfaces.  This project is part of a big Grand Solution industrial project, which is funded by the Innovation Fund Denmark.

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Research Assistant in Computational Mechanics at TU Darmstadt


The newly established group for Cyber-physical Simulation at the Department of Mechanical Engineering at TU Darmstadt in Germany is offering a position for a
Research Assistant in Computational Mechanics.
Potential research areas include finite element methods, isogeometric analysis, design optimization, multi-scale & multi-physics, data-driven methods and additive manufacturing applications.

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Internship Positions in Schlumberger-Doll Research in Cambridge MA

Please note that a new version of the internship job description focusing on computation mechanics, with preferred skills defined, is now attached. The earlier job description (still attached as before), with focus on robotics, is still relavant. We have both positions available to fill for 2019.

We thank all students who have submitted their applications. They are currently under review. Both positions are still open as of now. - Tianxiang, Jan 14, 2019

 

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PhD Studentship in Computational Biomechanics @ Swansea University, United Kingdom

A fully PhD studentship in Computational Biomechanics is available at the Zienkiewicz Center for Computational Engineering (ZC2E), Swansea University, United Kingdom.

Project title: Multiscale meshfree modelling of the biorheological behaviour of healthy and diseased red blood cells

Closing date: 31 January 2019.

Proposed start date: April 2019.

Project supervisors: Dr Adesola S Ademiloye and Professor Perumal Nithiarasu

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PhD and PostDoc positions in Computational Snow and Avalanche Mechanics @EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland

The new group of Prof. J. Gaume at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology of Lausanne (EPFL, Switzerland) invites applications by highly motivated, committed, and talented students/researchers for 2 PhD and 1 PostDoc positions in the field of Computational Mechanics for Snow and Avalanche Modeling.

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Postdoc in computational mechanics & topology optimization at SUTD in Singapore

We invite applications for fully funded Postdoctoral Research Fellow positions with the Bio-inspired Robotics & Design Laboratory (http://brd.sutd.edu.sg) at the Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD).

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Special Issue on GBCs in CAGD

In 2019, Elsevier CAGD will be publishing a special issue on ``Generalized Barycentric Coordinates,'' edited by Michael S. Floater (University of Oslo), Kai Hormann (University of Lugano), and myself.

If you expect to have any new contribution in this area, then please do consider submitting a paper to this special issue.

All the details about the special issue can be found in the attached ``Call for Papers.''

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Tenure-track faculty position in computational mechanics at the University of Vermont (USA)

The Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Vermont invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position in Mechanical Engineering at the Assistant Professor level for a Fall 2019 start date. Candidates are expected to hold a baccalaureate degree and a doctorate in mechanical engineering or a closely related field.

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PhD and Postdoc Positions in computational poromechanics at Columbia University

I am seeking a Ph.D. student and/or postdoc associate for a number of projects related to high-strain-rate plasticity and phase-transition of porous media. 

Candidates with demonstrated experience in computational mechanics, poromechanics, and implementation of codes in C++ and python are strongly preferred. Basic understanding of tensor calculus and continuum mechanics is required for the Ph.D. position. Students with track-records of academic achievements are encouraged to apply. 

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Postdoc in multi-scale simulation and optimization of textiles at SUTD in Singapore

We are looking for a postdoctoral research fellow who has experience and interest in developing and implementing computational methods and algorithms for simulation and optimization in structural and continuum mechanics.

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PhD positions at IMT School for Advanced Studies Lucca, Italy

Dear Mechanician,

we are searching for excellent PhD candidates for the next 3-yrs PhD programme in Systems Science (Track Computer Science and Systems Engineering, research unit MUSAM on Multi-scale Analysis of Materials) of the IMT School for Advanced Studies Lucca (Lucca, Tuscany, Italy) to work on an interdisciplinary research topic across computational mechanics, materials science, optimization, and high-performance computing.

Deadline: August 3rd 2018 at 12.00pm (CEST)

Two PhD positions in Computational Mechanics at Mines ParisTech (CEMEF)

The group of Computational Solids Mechanics at CEMEF Mines ParisTech, in the French Riviera, is seeking two candidates for Ph.D. positions. The appointment is starting on October 1st 2018.

The research topics are related to :

- 3D Numerical modelling of Ductile Fracture
- Numerical modelling of sheet-like materials under complex loading paths

Interested applicants can send a resume to

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Two PhD positions are available immediately in Computational Materials and Mechanics Laboratory at the Colorado School of Mines

Two PhD positions are available immediately in the Computational Materials and Mechanics Laboratory at the Colorado School of Mines.

Candidates should have a master's degree in mechanical engineering, materials science and engineering, solid-state physics, or applied mathematics. A background in phase field modeling, molecular dynamics, and/or density functional theory calculations is desired.

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Postdoc position in granular mechanics and discrete element modeling

A postdoc position is available in the area of computational mechanics, in particular, granular mechanics and discrete element modeling (DEM), in support of a Department of Energy-funded research project on Integrated Process Optimization for Biochemical Conversion. This is a multidisciplinary research project with collaborations between multiple academic institutions and the DOE's Idaho National Laboratory.

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PhD position in computational mechanics

We in Aalto University School of Engineering are looking for a doctoral student to work on numerical modelling of fragmentation of quasi-brittle materials. In more detail, you will study breakage and fragmentation of ice blocks. These phenomena occur under compressive loads in ice block to ice block contacts. The fragmentation process is complicated, and requires novel numerical modelling techniques. Modelling may need to be done on different scales, which may have to reach from very high resolution modeling to simplified contact models on larger scale.

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