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Fully funded PhD positions in Civil Engineering and Aerospace Engineering at CU Boulder

I'm looking for motivated Ph.D. students to start in Fall 2023.
The Civil Engineering project focuses on the sustainability and resiliency of transportation infrastructure to sea level rise. 

The Aerospace Engineering project focuses on the multi-physics modeling of composites and soft polymeric materials exposed to extreme conditions. 

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Fully funded PhD position in computational mechanics and machine learning

I'm looking for a motivated Ph.D. student to start in Spring 2022. The qualified candidate must have a strong mechanics and programming background (including finite element and solid mechanics courses in addition to experiences with Python, C++, and/or Fortran). Please email me your CV if interested.

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Post-doctoral research associate and Graduate student openings

A postdoctoral and graduate student openings with the main focus on the mechanics of composites materials are available immediately in Shakiba's group. We are looking for strongly motivated candidates to work on an AFOSR supported project on 1) thermo-mechanical damage coupling in FRPs, 2) simulation of additively manufactured composites and 3) sensitivity and machine learning for damage predictions.

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Call for Abstract Submission to SES2020 Symposium on Damage and Thermo-Chemo-Mechanical Coupling in Polymers

Dear Colleagues,

We invite you to submit your relevant work to a mini-symposium on “Damage And Thermo-Chemo-Mechanical Coupling In Polymers” (full description below) at the 2020 Society of Engineering Science. SES 2020 will be held at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis, September 28-30th.

We also like to announce that Prof. Ellen Arruda will give the keynote of this symposium. 

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PhD position openings

We are looking for two motivated PhD students to join us in Spring 2020. The successful candidate should have a strong background in continuum mechanics and be proficients in programming. Please take a look at the attached descriptions. 



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PhD student open position at Virginia Tech

There is an open position for a Research Assistant in my group. The project in on multi-physics multi-scale modeling of composite materials. The successful applicant should have a strong background in continuum mechanics and be proficient in programming languages such as Fortran, C,or Python. Interested applicants should send an email to mshakiba <at> vt <dot> edu, and include their CV highlighting their qualification for the position. The position is available starting Aug 15th 2017. 

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