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Ph.D. position; computational mechanics; FEA development

3 year Ph.D. Fellowship Positions Available at University of Connecticut

Fellowship Positions are available for U.S. citizens or U.S. permanent residents who have completed a Master of Science (M.S.) degree in Civil Engineering or a related field and wish to pursue Ph.D. degree in Civil Engineering from Fall 2015. Three-year stipends with up to $32,000 per year will be provided depending on a student’s financial need. A full tuition waiver and health benefits are also included. We will also consider outstanding students who have completed their B.S.

Marie Curie Fellows (Early Stage and Experienced Researchers) in Computational Mechanics

13 PhD positions and 2 post-doctoral positions are available through a Marie Curie Initial Training Network (INSIST).

 Please send CV to stephane dot bordas at gmail dot com 


bordasS at cardiff dot ac dot uk

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Job opening for FEM developer - Principal Research Scientist

Scientific Forming Technologies Corporation (SFTC) is currently looking for several self-motivated and talented individuals to further develop its Finite Element based software product DEFORM™.  Please visit for more details.  Ph.D in Engineering with strong background in mechanics, and/or manufacturing processes, and programming experience (FORTRAN under Windows or UNIX environment), and excellent problem solving skills are highly desirable.

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