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PhD position in numerical ice mechanics, Aalto University, Finland

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We are looking for a doctoral student to work on numerical modeling of ridging of sea ice. Ridging is central to understanding the behavior of sea ice from scales varying from tens of meters up to hundreds of kilometers and has a close connection to sea ice dynamics models, which have an important role in predicting the effects of climate change. The applicant should be advanced in solid and computational mechanics and have at least average programming skills. A suitable background may come from applied and computational mechanics, mechanical engineering, engineering physics, or geophysics. Experience on discrete element method, granular mechanics, differential methods, and parallel computing are considered beneficial. The position is in Aalto University. See this link for more details and for instructions on how to apply:

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