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PhD position in computational geomechanics and probabilistic methods at University of Cincinnati

Dr. Lei Wang’s research group at the University of Cincinnati (UC) is seeking two high-motivated and talented PhD students to be appointed as Graduate Assistants to conduct geotechnical engineering research in the Department of Civil and Architectural Engineering and Construction Management, beginning January 2023 or August 2023. 

 

Postdoc/PhD positions on multiscale modeling of debris flow and sediment transport at Tsinghua University, Shenzhen, China

Multiple postdoc and PhD positions are open at Tsinghua University to investigate debris flow and sediment transport in fluvial and coastal environments through a multiscale approach integrating experiments, simulations, and theory. The research will take place at Tsinghua University’s Shenzhen International Graduate School (SIGS), located in Shenzhen, China, and is partly sponsored by NSFC and Tsinghua SIGS’s scientific research startup funds.

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PhD and postdoc positions in the group of Mechanics of Advanced Materials at Technion

Dear mechanicians,

I am posting this on behalf of my friend and colleague, Prof. Shmuel. If interested, please contact him directly (meshmuel@technion.ac.il).

Best regards,

Mauricio 

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PhD fully-funded position in Computational Solid Mechanics - emphasis on Fracture Mechanics (call deadline: end of July 2022) – University of Udine (Italy)

 

Structural Integrity and MEchanical Design (SIMED) group is seeking a PhD candidate to conduct research in computational solid mechanics, mainly applied to structural problems. The successful applicant will work at the Polytechnic Engineering and Architecture Department (DPIA) of the University of Udine, under Dr Enrico Salvati’s supervision.

PhD position in Machine Learning and Physical Simulation

At Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna of Pisa, Italy, there are 2 PhD scholarships funded by my ERC Starting Grant ALPS - AI-based Learning for Physical Simulation. In this project, which will start next September, we aim to build algorithms that can learn physical models starting from experimental data.

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Multiple PhD openings in Atomistic and Multiscale Computational Mechanics at the University of Alabama

Multiple fully funded PhD positions are available as early as Fall, 2022 in Dr. Ning Zhang’s research group at the University of Alabama (Tuscaloosa). The research work will focus on the mechanical and thermal properties of structural and multifunctional materials.

The research topics include:

(1)   Polymer composites;

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Fully Funded PhD Position in Mechanics of Morphing Solids and Shells at the University of Missouri – Columbia

I am seeking a PhD student to work on the design and modeling of morphing solids and shells. The position is fully funded and is available at the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at the University of Missouri – Columbia.

Applicants will have a BS or an MS or an Engineering degree in a relevant area (Mechanical or Civil Engineering, Physics or Applied Mathematics). Knowledge of Python, Matlab and of an FEA software (e.g., Ansys) is a plus.

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Summer Intern Position in Material Modeling- PhD students of Mechanical /Structural Enginnering

A summer internship position is available in Joint academic-industrial project between Nordisch LLC and Michigan State University. We seeks to improve the understanding of the constitutive behavior of soft materials in extreme conditions. In particular, this is important for evaluating the long-term performance of soft materials that are used as critical components in various systems.

PhD Candidate required in Computational fracture mechanics

I am looking for a PhD candidate who will be sponsered by my Institute to work in the area of fracture mechanics. 

ABAQUS experience would be an advantage and concepts in fracture mechanics and finite elements will be desirable.

If you are interested to work in this area at Indian Institute of Technology Ropar in Metallurgical and Materials Engg. department, please dont hesitate to contact me at abhishek.tiwari@iitrpr.ac.in

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PhD opening on Mechanics of Bio-adhesion and Mechanobiology @ University of British Columbia, Vancouver (BC, Canada) - Mechanical Engineering

We are looking for a highly motivated PhD student to work on Computational Solid Mechanics, with focus on Cell Adhesion and Mechanobiology. The project is in collaboration with experimental biologists and biophysicists located at UBC and other international laboratories. It will involve the use analytical tools in Continuum Mechanics and Thermodynamics (e.g. Statistical Mechanics), and computational tools such as Finite Element Analysis. The goal will be to derive important scaling laws to understand the mechanical behavior of Biological Cells under different processes such as Motility, Differentiation and Mitosis.

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PhD Position in Mechanical Engineering at Temple University for Spring/Fall 2021

1 funded PhD position is available immediately.  The research is on computational mechanics and materials relating to nuclear materials, energy storage materials, biomaterials, and composite materials.  Temple University is located in Philadelphia, the sixth-most populous U.S. city, about 2 hours from New York City and 3 hours from Washington DC.  Temple University is ranked 103 by US News.  Interested candidates please send CV, transcripts and standard test scores to ling.liu@temple.edu

Four Fully Funded PhD Positions

#IPPTPAN in collaboration with Department of Engineering at #NTU is offering four fully supported #PhD positions in the following fields:

 

1) Non-linear thermo-mechanical behaviour of polycrystalline shape memory alloys undergoing complex loadings < https://www.ippt.pan.pl/_download/tem_prac_dok/2020_z_kowalewski_en_1.pdf >

 

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PhD position in Computational Fracture Mechanics of porous media at Imperial College London (UK applicants only)

Applications are invited for a PhD scholarship at Imperial College London. The work will be conducted in close collaboration with the University of Cambridge, with the student being supervised by Dr ​​​​Emilio Martínez Pañeda (main supervisor), Prof Catherine O'Sullivan (Imperial College) and Prof Norman Fleck FRS FREng (University of Cambridge). 

The project aims at developing new theoretical and computational micromechanics-based models for rocks and porous media. More details of the project are given here:

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PhD and Postdoc positions in nonlinear structural mechanics

I am seeking enthusiastic students and recent graduates to join my group at the University of Missouri - Columbia to work on the nonlinear structural mechanics of folded and 3D printed materials such as origami tessellations and lattices. Positions are available at the level of Graduate Research Assistants and Postdoctoral Fellows. Candidates with background in nonlinear finite element analysis are particularly encouraged to apply.

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PhD & Post-doc positions in the context of “Data-driven Multi-scale Optimisation for Additive Manufacturing of fatigue resistant shock-absorbing MetaMaterials”

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As part of a collaborative FET-Open H2020 project between different universities and a SME, there exist open PhD and Post-Doc positions is the context of
• Experimental characterisation of SLS printed structures;
• Models development of SLS process and constitutive behaviours;
• Developments of homogenisation methods and surrogate models (e.g. machine learning etc.)

PhD student scholarships available (Automotive Safety/Biomechanics) - Swinburne University of Technology (Melbourne, Australia)

Multiple postgraduate student (PhD or Masters by Research) positions at Swinburne-Automotive Engineering Graduate Program (AEGP) funded by Australia’s Department of Industry Innovation and Science - Supervisors: Dr. Kwong Ming Tse & Prof. Guoxing Lu

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