Par GDRi Mecano le 17 Novembre 2016 à 23:08
A postdoctoral position is available from Dec 2016 to Nov 2017 (12 months) at the CEA-Grenoble & BM32 synchrotron french beamline at ESRF
The work will focus on participating to the commissioning of 3D μLaue instrumentation (wires holder and rapid 2D detector), and setting up the software tools for the analysis of 3D data collected at a faster pace from the existing established algorithms.
Contact: Jean-Sébastien MICHA (email@example.com)
Par GDRi Mecano le 8 Novembre 2016 à 09:18
A Postdoctoral researcher (m/f) position is available for “Building a electro‐magneto‐mechanical Finite Element Model (FEM) of composites“ starting Nov. 1st 2016. Position available at Max‐Planck‐Institut für Eisenforschung GmbH in the department “Structure and Nano‐ /Micromechanics of materials” that is focusing on fundamental mechanisms governing plasticity, fracture and fatigue at the micron scale.
The work will focuses on modelling of a composite material which can switch its strength by an external stimulus. The successful candidate will join an internationally recognized team of young scientists involved in the field of micromechanics of materials.
Highly motivated candidates holding a PhD in materials science, mechanics or physics and experience in FEM modelling are encouraged to apply. Excellent command of written and spoken English is mandatory. We emphasize team‐work, promote and demand international projects and conferences.
Please send your applications exclusively via email to firstname.lastname@example.org Further information is provided at www.mpie.de
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Par GDRi Mecano le 1 Août 2016 à 22:34
Postdoctoral position in Nanomechanics at University of Michigan
A postdoctoral position may be available starting Fall 2016 at the Department of Materials Science & Engineering at University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. Candidate must have research experience and track record of publications in nanomechanics, metallurgy, high-resolution transmission electron microscopy (TEM) and in situ nanomechanical testing in TEM, and strong educational background in dislocation theory, physical metallurgy, mechanical behavior and advanced TEM.
Interested candidates are requested to submit, via e-mail, CV with full list of publications and contact information of up to 3 references to:
Department of Materials Science & Engineering, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI.