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Postdoc or Research Associate opening on bi-metallic friction stir welding joining at Texas A&M university at Qatar

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The work involves working
independently and collaboratively on: Identifying processing parameters that
will optimize the properties of the bi-metallic joint, developing a material
constitutive model for impact loading conditions, developing an experimentally
validated numerical model the can be used to predict the joint performance
under impact loading conditions, and developing design and processing
guidelines for the bimetallic joints.

This position
is not located in the united states. Must be willing to relocate to Doha,
This position is funded by Research
and Graduate Studies as part of the Mechanical Engineering Program at Texas
A&M University at Qatar.
The benefit package
includes a salary around 39000 USD for postdoc and 30000 USD for research associate per year tax free, a full furnished house free of
charge, a worldwide health insurance, a car allowance and a travelling

Position requirements: Master's
degree in Mechanical Engineering, or closely related field, or a Bachelor's
degree in Mechanical engineering, or closely related field and three years of experience
in education, scientific research, operational, managerial or experimental
work. Excellent oral and written communication skills in English, the ability
to multi-task and work cooperatively with others in a diverse population. Laboratory
experience in mechanical testing of materials and microstructural
characterization. Experience in finite element modeling and testing of light
alloys is highly desirable.

Interested candidates should send
an updated CV and the contact information of at least 3 references to Dr. Ayoub


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My name is Georges Ayoub;
Assistant research scientist at texas A&M university at Qatar in the mechanical engineering departement
I work in the light material Lab part.

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