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Ph.D. Research Assistantship in Multi-Scale/Multi-Physics Material Modeling at the University of Colorado, Boulder

A graduate student researcher is sought to work on a theoretical and computational aspect of multiscale/ multi-physics material modeling (with an emphasis on biological materials and structures). The project’s envisioned outcome is to a better understanding of the relationship between the small scale physics and structures and the overall macroscopic properties of a material. This research has application in the design of new, smart material, or in the development of treatment for injuries and disease of biological tissues.

 The candidate has a genuine interest in nonlinear solid mechanics (including fracture mechanics, constitutive modeling and damage), nonlinear numerical modeling (finite element method), as well as in multiphysics modeling of interactions between mechanical, biological and biochemical processes.

For consideration, please send an email (including a CV) to: franck.vernerey@colorado.edu.

 

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