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Looking for a doctoral position in the field of (solid) computational mechanics

Hello, My name is Nguyen Van Chau, an engineer at Mitsubishi Motor Company, Japan. I have been working on some projects which relate in structure analysis, fluid analysis for automobile since 2009/01. I am finishing my work and therefore seeking for a doctoral position starting after 2011/12.

My expertise in computational solid mechanics includes:  

(1) Structure Analysis (HyperWork, Nastran, Femap).

(2) Discontinuous computational modelling of fracture of solids. I also work on continuous modelling of failure using generalized constitutive models such as the gradient damage or non-local damage models (C/C++, Fortran, Abaqus).

(3) Computational Fluid Mechanics (C++, StarCD).

(4) Vibrational Mechanics (Python, SimXPert).

(5) Post-processing (Tcl/tk, Animator4).

(6) Linux, Web-server, Parallel Solver Web...(shell, Perl, C, Java, HTML).

I would like to pursue a doctoral working in any topic related to computational solid mechanics.

You could contact me anytime by sending emails to

Thanks for your time.


He Zeyin's picture

hello sir, there are many famous university you would choose. why do not you stay in Japan?

Michael S. Sacks's picture


 I am currently looking for a new student(s) with a strong background in exactly your area - computational biomechanics (cardiovascular).

Please send me your CV if you are interested...

 -Michael Sacks

W. A. “Tex” Moncrief, Jr. Simulation-Based Engineering Science Chair

Professor of Biomedical Engineering

Institute for Computational Engineering and Sciences (ICES)

The University of Texas at Austin
201 East 24th Street, ACES 5.438
1 University Station



What's your email address? We can discuss potential opportunities.

Have you heard of JAEC (Japan Aero Engine Consortium)?

 Regards, Tung Tran

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