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PhD positions in computational cardiovascular biomechanics at University of Glasgow

Are you interested in undertaking a PhD in the interdisciplinary field of computational cardiovascular biomechanics? If so, there are positions available in my research group and details are provided below.

Funded PhD Positions in Computational Biomimetics

The Computational Multi-Physics Coupled Analysis Laboratory at Kyushu Institute of Technology, which is located in Fukuoka Prefecture on the island of Kyushu, Japan, is currently offering the funded Ph.D. position, with start date of Spring/Fall 2024. The successful candidate will carry out researches in the areas of computational mechanics for biomimetics, and coupled multi-physics problems such as flying insects and energy harvesting. The detail is shown in the attached pdf.

Newton Fellowship in computational cardiovascular biomechanics

Newton International Fellowships are prestigious postdoctoral fellowships for researchers who want to work in the UK. The scheme is accepting applications now with a deadline of 28th March 2023. The fellowship provides three years of research funding, and only those with a PhD from outside of the UK are eligible. More details and eligibility criteria are available at

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One fully funded Ph.D. position in Bio-inspired Computational Mechanics and Machine Learning - Fall 2022

The Multiscale Modeling of Materials and Machine Learning Laboratory (M4L Lab: at Villanova University is looking for one Ph.D. student. The successful applicant will work with Dr. David Cereceda on interdisciplinary research topics that involve Computational Mechanics, Bio-inspired materials, and Machine Learning. The position starts as early as Fall 2022. Evaluations will start immediately until the positions are filled.

Postdoc position at University of Glasgow (Deadline 14th February 2022)

A short 5-month postdoc position is available in my Computational Biomechanics Research Group at the University of Glasgow. The project is aimed at combining image segmentation with biomechanical calculations and requires experience in scientific code development and nonlinear biomechanics.

Interested candidates can apply via and the deadline is 14th February 2022.

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