There are multiple postdoctoral positions in the Advanced Computational Research Laboratory at RPI, Troy, NY to work on multiscale modeling projects related to energy and bionanomechanics. Encouraged to apply are creative, self-motivated students with the following qualifications:
1. PhD in Computational /Applied Mechanics/ Materials Science or related topic.
2. Sound background in nonlinear mechanics.
3. Sound background in FEM and atomistic methods (molecular dynamics, Monte Carlo)
4. Experiecne in large scale computational mechanics code development.
Please apply to Professor Suvranu De email@example.com with (1) Cover letter (2) CV and (3) three repreentative publication.
My research group in the Department of Engineering Science and Mechanics at Penn State has two immediate openings, starting from Spring of 2011.
One position targets graduate assistant, who will be working on computational biomechanics and biophysics. However, highly qualified postdoc may also be considered.
The other position targets postdoc, who will be working on experimental single-cell mechanics, including nano particle-based drug delivery, cell responses to external mechanical stimuli, etc.
We welcome highly motivated and qualified ones trained in relevant fields to apply. If you are interested, please send emails to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Department of Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering at The Pennsylvania State University is seeking applications for an Assistant Professor position in Mechanical Engineering. The position is open for highly-qualified individuals performing research in technical areas that support our multidisciplinary mechanical engineering curriculum. Priority will be given to applicants with strong background or potential in experimental or computational approaches for biomedical systems or components. The ability to merge mechanical engineering (e.g., solid and fluid mechanics, design, acoustics, heat transfer) concepts with biomedical (e.g., bio-mechanics, imaging, implants and prostheses, micro devices) applications is highly desirable.
The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Duke University invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position in the area of materials, structures, and geosystems. The search is open to all candidates regardless of rank. We are particularly interested in scholars with excellent research and teaching experience who will complement one or more of the department's ongoing initiatives in computational mechanics, geo mechanical modeling and characterization, or dynamics and control.Additional information about the faculty and research initiatives in these areas is provided at http://www.cee.duke.edu/civil/materials-structures-geosystems.