Applications are invited for a PhD position (four years) and a post-doctoral position (three years) in the area of computational modelling in the Computational Mechanics of Materials group of the Faculty of Civil Engineering and Geosciences at Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands.
The successful applicants will work with Dr. Angelo Simone on a project funded by the European Research Council through the ERC Consolidator grant StruBa (Computational Modelling of Structural Batteries). The positions are to commence in June 2014 or as soon as possible thereafter.
More information on the positions and the application procedure can be found here.
(Please note: Interested candidates should directly contact Dr. Sheng N. Luo at firstname.lastname@example.org)
A postdoctoral associate position at MIT is available immediately, in the broad area of atomistic, molecular and multi-scale modeling of hierarchical biological, bioinspired and nanostructured materials. Material properties of specific interest include mechanical properties, in particular deformation and failure mechanisms. The work will emphasize on mutable properties (mechanomutability, thermomutability) and the analysis and design of adaptive, responsive, and robust materials through the integration of scales, from nano to macro.
Postdoctoral Research Fellow Position in Computational Nanomechanics at the University of PittsburghSubmitted by albertto on Wed, 2009-06-17 09:38.
A postdoctoral research fellow position is currently open in the Computational Nanomechanics group at the University of Pittsburgh for the following research projects in the multidisciplinary areas of computational nanomechanics, nanotechnology, renewable energy, and nanomedicine:
- Hydrogen and bio-sensing nanowire fabrication
Postdoctoral and PhD Research Positions in Computational Nanomechanics at the University of PittsburghSubmitted by albertto on Sat, 2008-08-02 21:05.
Several postdoctoral and PhD research positions are currently open in the Advanced Computational Technology (ACT) group at the University of Pittsburgh for the following research projects in the multidisciplinary areas of computational nanomechanics, bio-nanotechnology, renewable energy, and nanomedicine: