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Ph.D. Candidate Position in fatigue and fracture of structures at University of Connecticut

One Ph.D. candidtate position is available in Dr. Wei Zhang's research group at Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering in the University of Connecticut. 

The candidate will continue our current research efforts on short fatigue crack growth.

Students with strong backgrounds in solid mechanics, finite element modeling, crystal plasticity, fatigue and fracture of materials and structures are encouraged to apply.

More information could be found at:

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.

Ph.D positions at University of Connecticut

Ph.D. student positions are available within the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at University of Connecticut. The research topic in Dr. Zhang's lab is interdisciplinary by nature, spanning over structural dynamics, fluid mechanics, finite element analysis, solid mechanics, and structural reliability. The positions will be filled in 2014 Spring and Fall.

Research background in the following areas is preferred: 

1. Fatigue and fracture of materials and structures;

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