PhD Student: Computational Material Mechanics 772 views

PhD student position in computational material mechanics

Number of positions: 1

Working hours: 100 %

Number of reference: 2020/3122

Project Description:

  1. The research focuses on the development of algorithms for numerical modeling of porous materials using high-resolution phase field models. Phase field models have become extremely popular in materials mechanics, largely due to their versatility and simplicity; the models can, for example, handle cracks that initiate, grow and branch without any need for model-adapted criteria.
  2. Models will mainly be used to analyze porous and/or randomly structured heterogeneous materials in order to design implants for the treatment of, for example, bone fractures or structures for tissue regeneration.
  3. Production of such complex porous geometries has recently been made possible with the help of modern technology for 3D printing. A number of sophisticated experiments at synchrotron light facilities are a natural part of the project as well as a flora of national and international collaborations.
  4. A long-term goal is to provide useful numerical engineering tools to Swedish industry for optimal design of load-bearing structures with complex geometries. An interest in mechanics, physics and programming is an absolute requirement.

Qualification Requirements:

  1. Must have a master’s degree in engineering with a focus on physics, mechanical engineering or equivalent.
  2. Knowledge and skills in solid mechanics, mathematics and physics as well as adequate knowledge in programming is required.
  3. Previous experience of numerical modeling in mechanics is an advantage.
  4. Good oral and written proficiency in English.

Application Procedure

The application should contain a brief description of research interests and relevant experiences, CV, copies of diplomas and grades, degree project (or a draft thereof) and other documents that the applicant wishes to invoke.

Type of employment: Temporary position according to the Higher Education Ordinance chapter 5 § 7.

For further information about the position please contact: Professor Per Isaksson, per.isaksson@angstrom.uu.se or professor Cecilia Persson, cecilia.persson@angstrom.uu.se

Submit your application through Uppsala University’s recruitment system (link at the end of the post).

Union representative: ST/TCO tco@fackorg.uu.se
Seko Universitetsklubben seko@uadm.uu.se

Saco-rådet saco@uadm.uu.se

Quick Overview———————
Organization Uppsala University
Level PhD
Country Sweden
Subject Area Physics, Mechanical Engineering
Fellowship Amount Fully-Funded (As per University norms)
Eligibility Open for international candidates
Deadline 2020-10-16

Company Information
  • Total Jobs 66 Jobs
  • Address Sweden
Connect with us

CompSci: PhD Fellowships in Natural Sciences (16 positions)

The Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences at the University of Oslo (UiO) is offering CompSci, Doctoral Programme launched and

CARTHAGO programme: 15 PhD positions (Marie Curie Innovative Training Network)

CARTHAGO programme: Cartilaginous tissue regeneration by gene therapy; taking the hurdles towards efficient delivery (the EC funded Horizon 2020 Marie

PhD Students: Development of Novel Light-Based Cancer Therapy

PhD Students: Development of Novel Light-Based Cancer Therapy, Max Planck Institute, Germany PhD Students (m/f/d) | Development of Novel Light-Based

Postdoc Position in Organic and Medical Chemistry

Overview:-  Euro fins, as a fast-moving group of entrepreneur-led businesses, continues to search for Scientific leaders that can support our

SASPRO 2: 40 Fellowship Positions (Marie Skłodowska-Curie COFUND)

SASPRO 2 is the Horizon 2020 Marie Skłodowska-Curie COFUND Action based at Slovak Academy of Sciences and its partners Comenius

Postdoc Position in Synthetic Organometallic Chemistry

Overview: – We seek to recruit an enthusiastic, highly motivated scientist with proven intellectual and technical abilities to work on

Two PhD positions: Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics

The Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research invites applications for two PhD positions in theoretical condensed matter physics. The

King Georges Medical University (KGMU): 69 Faculty Positions

King Georges Medical University (KGMU) Invites Applications for 69 Faculty Positions KGMU invites applications for recruitment of Professor, Associate Professor and

Doctoral Lund University, Faculty of Science

Doctoral Lund University, Faculty of Science Doctoral (PhD) student position in MHz 3D X-ray imaging at the Lund University, Faculty

University of Calgary: 17 Postdoctoral fellowships

University of Calgary: 17 Postdoctoral fellowships Position 1: Postdoctoral Associate in Deindustrialization and Energy Transitions, Calgary Institute for the Humanities
Share

Click here to Subscribe

Do not forget to activate from your email inbox.

  1. If you are not reciving email from us.
  2. please subscribe again.

Subscribe!