PhD Positions in Materials Modelling and Characterization at University of Western Ontario, Canada,2017
Scholarship Description: PhD positions are available in the area of materials modeling and characterization at the multi-scale deformation lab, Mechanical & Materials Engineering Department, the University of Western Ontario, Canada.
The objective of the deformation lab is to characterise, formulate, and simulate the deformation of materials across length and time scales.
About University: The University of Western Ontario, corporately branded as Western University, is a public research university in London, Ontario, Canada.
Degree Level: Positions are available for pursuing PhD position.
Available Subject: Positions are awarded in the area of materials modelling and characterization.
Scholarship Benefits: Not Known
Eligibility: Students with a background in any of the following areas are recommended to apply: Solid mechanics and finite element modelling of materials Crystal plasticity modelling of polycrystals Materials characterization The selected candidates are expected to start no later than January 2018. Prospective candidates will be assessed based on how well they meet the following criteria: Excellent degree in their relevant discipline Excellent written and spoken communication skills. The following skills are desirable: Ability to work with ABAQUS. Ability to program in any of the following languages: MATLAB, FORTRAN, or Python Experience in microscopy.
Eligible Nationality: Canadian and International students are eligible to apply.
Application Procedure: Interested candidates please email your CV and cover letter to hamid[dot]Abdolvand-at-uwo[dot]ca.
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