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Alloyed UK is recruiting Graduate Engineer in Computational Science and Engineering

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Application deadline:  28 February 2021

Graduate Engineer in Computational Science and Engineering (Oxford, UK)

  • Apply mathematical, materials and multi-physics principles to develop models, simulate, and analyse performance of alloys across a range of applications: electronics, consumer products, automotive, aerospace; and to solve complex physical problems arising in engineering analysis and design. Become equipped in advanced computational techniques, programming, numerical analysis, optimisation, and machine learning applications.

  • Previous experience of integrated computational materials engineering is beneficial. DPhils/PhDs and postdocs with prior experience in these areas are more than welcome to apply.

  • Graduates will have the opportunity to lead projects, be responsible for deliverables and see the immediate impact of their work in onsite laboratories. 

  • Successful applicant will be based in Oxford, UK, office. 

    -------- How to apply:

    A 2:1 or above in an Engineering, Materials Science or Physics degree is required.  Please apply by submitting a CV and covering letter, explaining how you meet the criteria to  Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis and interview slots are limited, so candidates are encouraged to apply early.

    For further information on roles and projects, please visit the recruitment page of Alloyed's website:

----- About Alloyed UK

Alloyed is a young company of 50 world-class metallurgists, mechanical engineers and software developers working to build the future of advanced metal components and metal additive manufacturingAlloyed, formerly OxMet Technologies, was established in 2017 and spun-out from Materials Department, University of Oxford, UK.  Their projects span a range of industries across the aerospace, automotive, electronics and medical sectors




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