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3262015-02-06 19:21Anonymous (not verified)2601:4:4b00:9dc:7c7d:55ca:6a3b:df84Assistant Director, Michigan Institute for Computational Discovery and EngineeringAnn Arbor, MichiganUniversity of MichiganThe newly created Michigan Institute for Computational Discovery and Engineering (MICDE) is the focal point for the development and innovative use of mathematical algorithms and models on high performance computers to support basic scientific research, product development, and forecasting. The MICDE is an initiative of the UM College of Engineering (CoE) and School of Information (UMSI), both of which can claim exceptional and broad expertise in CDE. Active research in CDE ranges from environmental and climate modeling to defense and homeland security, nuclear reactor simulation and high-energy density physics, materials and nano-science, biophysics, electrical and electronic design, transportation, geophysical modeling, structural engineering, healthcare engineering, modeling of large-scale engineering systems, information technology, data mining, social network analysis and visualization, and computational linguistics. MICDE works closely with Advanced Research Computing at U-M (ARC), a central unit in the Office of Research that encourages innovation in the use of advanced computing across the entire campus. MICDE is seeking an Assistant Director to help guide the institute as we build and enrich the CDE community, provide new educational opportunities, promote collaboration across disciplines, and encourage the use of CDE inside and outside the University. The position involves working closely with faculty members; seeking new resources to support the institute?s goals; establishing and fostering partnerships in the public and private sectors; and coordinating internal meetings and communication. Responsibilities: The purpose of this position is to assist the MICDE Director and Associate Directors in developing the Institute's research and educational agenda and programs. The position reports to the Director of MICDE. Specific duties and responsibilities include: - Support the MICDE research agenda, which includes administering current and future MICDE research programs and using knowledge of science, research, and business to coordinate grant and contract proposals. - Work with the faculty and support personnel to coordinate new interdisciplinary research grants, such as program project grants, center grants, and multidisciplinary university research initiative grants. - Steward long-term research and financial sponsors by facilitating relationships with funding agencies and expanding research and development (R & D) programs through state, regional and national contacts. - Develop and cultivate the MICDE Industry Program and coordinate with other industrial affiliate programs on campus. - Host and coordinate advisory boards and meetings related to MICDE research. Note: salary is negotiable for exceptionally qualified candidates. The University of Michigan is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. Required qualifications: - Excellent oral and written communications skills - Master's degree in engineering, science, or research-related discipline - Experience and/or understanding of computational research. - Experience with grant writing, proposal administration, or related work. - Experience with industry programs with respect to supporting program partnerships, seeking industry funding, etc. - Experience in a higher education research environment. - Experience building and coordinating teams of faculty across disciplines - Ability to grasp and synthesize information from unfamiliar academic disciplines Desired qualifications: - Doctoral degree in engineering, science, or research-related discipline. A cover letter is required for consideration for this position and should be attached as the first page of your resume. The cover letter should address your specific interest in the position and outline skills and experience that directly relate to this position. Applications should be submitted online at: http://umjobs.org/job_detail/105998/micde_assistant_directorSharon Broude Geva, sgeva@umich.eduhttp://umjobs.org/job_detail/105998/micde_assistant_directorKrishna Garikipatikrishna@umich.edu
3632015-03-27 14:04Anonymous (not verified)128.83.69.35Post Doctoral FellowAustin, TXInstitute for Computational Engineering and SciencesThe Center for Predictive Engineering and Computational Sciences (PECOS) at The University of Texas at Austin has openings for Post-Doctoral Scholars to develop algorithms and techniques for stochastic modeling with applications to the calibration, validation, and uncertainty quantification of complex physical models. Applicants are sought with a solid background in statistics, probability, Bayesian inference, and inverse problems. Applicants should also have knowledge in one of the following topics: stochastic Partial Differential Equations, optimization, or model reduction. Applicants must have a Doctorate in Engineering, Applied Mathematics, or a related field.Applicants are sought with a solid background in statistics, probability, Bayesian inference, and inverse problems. Applications (consisting of a letter of interest, a current CV and list of three references) should be sent as a single PDF file to pecos_recruit@ices.utexas.edu Chris Simmonshttps://www.ices.utexas.eduTara Upchurchtara@ices.utexas.edu90 days
3642015-03-27 14:06Anonymous (not verified)128.83.69.35Post Doctoral FellowAustin, TXInstitute for Computational Engineering and SciencesThe Center for Predictive Engineering and Computational Sciences (PECOS) at The University of Texas at Austin has openings for Post-Doctoral Scholars to develop algorithms and techniques for stochastic modeling with applications to calibration, validation, and uncertainty quantification in turbulent combustion. Applicants are sought with a solid background in adjoint analysis, solution of partial differential equations, scientific computing, and numerical analysis. Experience in large-scale parallel code development, and in modern software engineering practices is essential. Applicants must have a Doctorate in Engineering, Applied Mathematics, or a related field. Applicants are sought with a solid background in adjoint analysis, solution of partial differential equations, scientific computing, and numerical analysis.Applications (consisting of a letter of interest, a current CV and list of three references) should be sent as a single PDF file to pecos_recruit@ices.utexas.edu Chris Simmons, 512-232-2881https://www.ices.utexas.eduTara Upchurchtara@ices.utexas.edu90 days
3652015-03-27 14:08Anonymous (not verified)128.83.69.35Post Doctoral FellowAustin, TXInstitute for Computational Engineering and SciencesThe Center for Predictive Engineering and Computational Sciences (PECOS) at The University of Texas at Austin has openings for Post-Doctoral Scholars in turbulence modeling. Applicants are sought with strong background and experience in fluid dynamics, turbulence simulation and modeling, scientific computing, and numerical PDEs. Experience in large-scale parallel code development, and modern software engineering practices is essential. Applicants must have a Doctorate in Engineering, Science, Applied Mathematics, or a related field.Applicants are sought with strong background and experience in fluid dynamics, turbulence simulation and modeling, scientific computing, and numerical PDEs. Applications (consisting of a letter of interest, a current CV and list of three references) should be sent as a single PDF file to pecos_recruit@ices.utexas.edu Chris Simmons, 512-232-2881https://www.ices.utexas.eduTara Upchurchtara@ices.utexas.edu90 days
3772015-03-31 18:42Anonymous (not verified)98.103.29.242Post Doctoral Researcher, Structural Joint Simulations, CompositesColumbus, OHThe Ohio State UniversitySIMCenter, College of Engineering The Ohio State University Columbus, Ohio Conducts applied and fundamental research in computational mechanics; Develops and maintains competency in commercial computational packages; Trains students and staff on the appropriate usage of simulation packages; Assists in the development of sponsor reports, research articles, and presentations; Assists in the development of research proposals and problem-solving tasks.• PhD in Engineering • Experience modeling the joining of composites in real-world applications • Familiarity with nonlinear finite element methods and design optimization techniques • Familiarity with damage mechanisms in brittle materials (e.g., polymer matrix composites) • Multiscale modeling of structural joints and preferable adhesives • Familiarity with commercial FEM software packages (e.g., LS-Dyna and Abaqus), and the ability to incorporate use sub-routines for advanced applications • Familiarity with multi-physics simulations Please submit application materials to simcenter@osu.edu, include "SJS Composites Post Doc" in the subject line. Application deadline is 6/1/2015.simcenter@osu.eduDan Pricedanprice@polarisrc.com30 days6/1/2015
3782015-03-31 18:44Anonymous (not verified)98.103.29.242Post Doctoral Researcher, Structural Joint Simulations, MetalsColumbus, OHThe Ohio State UniversitySIMCenter, College of Engineering The Ohio State University Columbus, Ohio Conducts applied and fundamental research in computational mechanics; Develops and maintains competency in commercial computational packages; Trains students and staff on the appropriate usage of simulation packages; Assists in the development of sponsor reports, research articles, and presentations; Assists in the development of research proposals and problem-solving tasks. • PhD in Engineering • Experience modeling the joining of metals in real-world applications • Familiarity with nonlinear finite element methods and damage mechanisms in brittle and ductile materials • Familiarity with commercial FEM software packages (e.g., LS-Dyna and Abaqus) and user subroutines for static, crash and fatigue simulations Desired Qualifications: • Knowledge in materials processing physics (e.g., heat transfer, residual stress and distortion) and metallurgy (microstructure) is highly desired Please submit application materials to simcenter@osu.edu, include "SJS Metals Post Doc" in the subject line. Application deadline is 6/1/2015. The Ohio State University is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation or gender identity, national origin, disability status, or protected veteran status. simcenter@osu.eduDaniel Pricedanprice@polarisrc.com6/1/2015
3802015-04-20 08:25Anonymous (not verified)166.137.240.93C++ ProgrammerWashington, DCSotera Defense SolutionsSotera Defense Solutions is seeking a Scientific Programmer to join our team. We are looking for a qualified individual to support one of our projects at the Naval Research Laboratory. The aim of this project is to improve the efficiency of Department of Defense Acquisition Engineering by reducing time, costs, and risks in R&D and sustainment of weapon systems. This individual will be responsible for development and testing on highly scientific software. •MS or PhD in Math, Physics, Computer Science, Civil/Mechanical/Aerospace/Electrical Engineering •Proficient in C/C++ with at least 5 years experience •Strong knowledge of geometric modeling and/or mesh generation algorithms used in physics-based simulation •Experience in developing and/or using software for computational mechanics a plus Desired: 1.Experience with Numerical Modeling and Simulation You can apply directly to our website at www.soteradefense.com kim.baggerly@soteradefense.comwww.soteradefense.comKim Baggerlykim.baggerly@soteradefense.comn/an/a
3812015-04-20 08:29Anonymous (not verified)166.137.240.93QA TesterWashington, DCSotera Defense Solutions Be part of an exciting team dedicated to keeping America safe at home and abroad. Sotera Defense Solutions is seeking candidates with experience as a Quality Assurance and Testing Lead in Washington, DC. TheQuality Assurance and Testing Lead will: •Candidate will need experience in Linux based platforms, MAC and Windows •Continuous integration and testing and debugging of large software systems •Building large software systems, using Cmake Ctest or something similar Shell scripting •Familiarity with system administration tasks for Linux based computers •Knowledge and understanding of complex Mathematics and Physics The Candidate will work as a contractor at the Naval Research Laboratory in Washington, DC, a premier Navy research facility. ◦Candidate should have at least 5 years experience in active programming, debugging and testing efforts in large scale programs. ◦Candidate should possess at least BS, but MS or PhD is preferable in either Computer Engineering, Physics, or Mathematics. Qualified candidates must be able to obtain a US security clearance Apply directly to our website- www.soteradefense.com kim.baggerly@soteradefense.comwww.soteradefense.comKim Baggerlykim.baggerly@soteradefense.comn/an/a
3822015-07-07 08:43Anonymous (not verified)128.83.69.35Postdoctoral Fellow-Stochastic ModelingAustin, TXUniversity of Texas at AustinThe Center for Predictive Engineering and Computational Sciences (PECOS) at The University of Texas at Austin has openings for Post-Doctoral Scholars to develop algorithms and techniques for stochastic modeling with applications to the calibration, validation, and uncertainty quantification of complex physical models. Applicants are sought with a solid background in statistics, probability, Bayesian inference, and inverse problems. Applicants should also have knowledge in one of the following topics: stochastic Partial Differential Equations, optimization, or model reduction. The Center for Predictive Engineering and Computational Science (PECOS) is a research center in th eInstitute for Computational Engineering and Sciences (ICES) at the University of Texas at Austin. The Center is directed by Dr. Robert Moser and is dedicated to the development and application of tools and techniques for making reliable computational predictions of complex systems. For more information, please visit http://pecos.ices.utexas.eduApplicants must have a Doctorate in Engineering, Applied Mathematics, or a related field.Applications (consisting of a letter of interest, a current CV and list of three references) should be sent as a single PDF file to pecos_recruit@ices.utexas.edu Dr. Robert Moserhttp://pecos.ices.utexas.eduDr. Robert Moserpecos_recruit@ices.utexas.edu
3832015-07-07 08:46Anonymous (not verified)128.83.69.35Postdoctoral Fellow-UQ/Turbulence ModelingAustin, TXUniversity of Texas at AustinThe Center for Predictive Engineering and Computational Sciences (PECOS) at The University of Texas at Austin has openings for Post-Doctoral Scholars to develop algorithms and techniques for stochastic modeling with applications to calibration, validation, and uncertainty quantification in turbulent combustion. Applicants are sought with a solid background in adjoint analysis, solution of partial differential equations, scientific computing, and numerical analysis. Experience in large-scale parallel code development, and in modern software engineering practices is essential. The Center for Predictive Engineering and Computational Science (PECOS) is a research center in th eInstitute for Computational Engineering and Sciences (ICES) at the University of Texas at Austin. The Center is directed by Dr. Robert Moser and is dedicated to the development and application of tools and techniques for making reliable computational predictions of complex systems. For more information, please visit http://pecos.ices.utexas.edu The University of Texas at Austin is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. This job is a security-sensitive position.Applicants must have a Doctorate in Engineering, Applied Mathematics, or a related field.Applications (consisting of a letter of interest, a current CV and list of three references) should be sent as a single PDF file to pecos_recruit@ices.utexas.edu Dr. Robert Moserpecos_recruit@ices.utexas.edu Dr. Robert Moserpecos_recruit@ices.utexas.edu
3842015-07-07 08:46Anonymous (not verified)128.83.69.35Postdoctoral Fellow-UQ/Turbulence ModelingAustin, TXUniversity of Texas at AustinThe Center for Predictive Engineering and Computational Sciences (PECOS) at The University of Texas at Austin has openings for Post-Doctoral Scholars to develop algorithms and techniques for stochastic modeling with applications to calibration, validation, and uncertainty quantification in turbulent combustion. Applicants are sought with a solid background in adjoint analysis, solution of partial differential equations, scientific computing, and numerical analysis. Experience in large-scale parallel code development, and in modern software engineering practices is essential. The Center for Predictive Engineering and Computational Science (PECOS) is a research center in th eInstitute for Computational Engineering and Sciences (ICES) at the University of Texas at Austin. The Center is directed by Dr. Robert Moser and is dedicated to the development and application of tools and techniques for making reliable computational predictions of complex systems. For more information, please visit http://pecos.ices.utexas.edu The University of Texas at Austin is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. This job is a security-sensitive position.Applicants must have a Doctorate in Engineering, Applied Mathematics, or a related field.Applications (consisting of a letter of interest, a current CV and list of three references) should be sent as a single PDF file to pecos_recruit@ices.utexas.edu Dr. Robert Moserpecos_recruit@ices.utexas.edu Dr. Robert Moserpecos_recruit@ices.utexas.edu
3852015-07-07 08:48Anonymous (not verified)128.83.69.35Postdoctoral Fellow-Turbulence ModelingAustin, TXUniversity of Texas at AustinThe Center for Predictive Engineering and Computational Sciences (PECOS) at The University of Texas at Austin has openings for Post-Doctoral Scholars in turbulence modeling. Applicants are sought with strong background and experience in fluid dynamics, turbulence simulation and modeling, scientific computing, and numerical PDEs. Experience in large-scale parallel code development, and modern software engineering practices is essential. The Center for Predictive Engineering and Computational Science (PECOS) is a research center in th eInstitute for Computational Engineering and Sciences (ICES) at the University of Texas at Austin. The Center is directed by Dr. Robert Moser and is dedicated to the development and application of tools and techniques for making reliable computational predictions of complex systems. For more information, please visit http://pecos.ices.utexas.edu The University of Texas at Austin is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. This job is a security-sensitive position.Applicants must have a Doctorate in Engineering, Science, Applied Mathematics, or a related field.Applications (consisting of a letter of interest, a current CV and list of three references) should be sent as a single PDF file to pecos_recruit@ices.utexas.edu Dr. Robert Moserhttp://pecos.ices.utexas.eduDr. Robert Moserpecos_recruit@ices.utexas.edu
3862015-07-08 13:49Anonymous (not verified)64.106.38.119Postdoc University of New MexicoAlbuquerque, NMUniversity of New MexicoThe University of New Mexico, Department of Mathematics and Statistics is seeking candidates for a post-doctoral position to conduct research in the modeling of sea ice mechanics. Successful candidates are expected to participate in multidisciplinary research activities, interact with students, and faculty, plan, coordinate and conduct scientific research and perform various scholarly activities. The applicant should also have a background in numerical simulation, including parallel computing, and background in mechanics. Familiarity with the following areas is a plus: sea ice properties, the material-point method, computational inelasticity, fracture mechanics, Fortran 90.Interested applicants should send a CV with a cover letter, and a summary of recent work to Professor Deborah Sulsky, Department of Mathematics and Statistics MSC01 1115 University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM 87131.sulsky@math.unm.eduDeborah Sulskysulsky@math.unm.edu
3882015-08-30 10:35Anonymous (not verified)18.101.8.176Postdoctoral FellowshipCambridge, MA MITPostdoctoral position in the general area of Computational Mechanics. Candidates with strong background in Continuum Mechanics and Mechanics of Materials will be given preference. Strong interest in programming in C++ and Python is a requirement regardless of experience level.Email CV and two referencesProf. Raul Radovitzky (rapa@mit.edu)Raul Radovitzkyrapa@mit.edu
3892015-09-09 09:07Anonymous (not verified)152.3.43.164Faculty Position at Duke UniversityDuke UniversityDuke UniversityThe Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering and the Pratt School of Engineering at Duke University invite applicants for a tenure-track faculty position in one or more of the areas of: (1) optimization, design, control, and decision making under uncertainty; (2) coupled-field problems in geo-mechanics with application to energy production, energy storage, hazardous waste storage/disposal, and environmental protection; (3) new or emerging materials with application to renewable energy; and (4) computational science and engineering with impact on societally-relevant problems and the next generation of supercomputing platforms. Applicants whose work bridges two or more of these areas and who envision cross-departmental collaborations are particularly encouraged to apply. We anticipate hiring at the Assistant Professor level, although truly exceptional candidates may be suitable at the Associate or Full Professor level. Successful candidates will have a record of high-quality scholarly research. Once hired, the successful candidate will be expected to develop and teach courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels, to obtain competitive external funding, to establish a vibrant research program, and to contribute through service to the welfare of the department and to the promotion of their discipline. Applicants are asked to submit their materials electronically via Academic Jobs Online (https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/5980). Applications received before November 1, 2015 will receive full consideration, but applications will continue to be accepted until the position is filled. We expect to hire for the Fall 2016 semester. Questions regarding this position may be directed by email to Prof. Wilkins Aquino, Search Committee Chair (msg-search_at_duke_dot_edu). Information on Duke’s Civil Engineering program can be found at http://cee.duke.edu/civil. Duke University is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer committed to providing employment opportunity without regard to an individual’s age, color, disability, genetic information, gender, gender identity, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, or veteran status. PhD in Engineering, Mathematics, Computer Science, or related field.Submit a CV, research statement, and teaching statement at https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/5980 msg-search@duke.eduhttp://cee.duke.edu/employmentWilkins Aquinowilkins.aquino@duke.edu8 months5/1/2016
3902015-09-09 09:12Anonymous (not verified)152.3.43.164Postdoctoral Research Position in Computational Inverse Problems and OptimizationDuke UniversityDuke UniversityCandidate sought for working on PDE-constrained optimization techniques for inverse problems. The candidate is expected to have a strong background in computation, solid mechanics, and optimization. In addition, the position requires prior experience with inverse problems, numerical optimization, and an object-oriented programming language either through coursework or research. This is a valuable opportunity to work with an active, multidisciplinary research group on important biomedical inverse problems. The appointment will be for one year with possibility of renewal.Ph.D. in Engineering, Applied Mathematics, Computer Science, or related area. Also, the candidate must have excellent programming skills. Applicants can send a CV and/or questions to Prof. Wilkins Aquino (wa20_at_duke_dot_edu). Please add the words “postdoctoral position” (no quotes) as the subject of the email.wilkins.aquino@duke.eduWilkins Aquinowilkins.aquino@duke.edu4 months1/1/2016
3962015-10-05 14:00Anonymous (not verified)128.113.130.213Post Doctoral Research AssociateTroy, NYRensselaer Polytechnic InstitutePosition Responsibilities: The Scientific Computation Research Center www.scorec.rpi.edu) at Rensselaer is seeking highly qualified post-doctoral research associates to develop and apply automated and adaptive computational solid mechanics methods for multiple application areas with an emphasis on evolving geometry problems such as the modeling of additive manufacturing and material failure. The successful candidates will develop and implement automated computational methods for evolving domain solid mechanics problems on massively parallel computers. The successful candidates must be able to interact with faculty and students at Rensselaer in order to develop tools for attacking complex applications of interest. The successful candidates will also be required to interact with sponsors. Qualifications: •PhD in Mechanical Engineering, Aeronautical/Aerospace Engineering, Applied Mathematics, Computer/Computational Science, or related engineering or science discipline •Expertise in computational solid mechanics •Experience in parallel programming and high performance computing •Good knowledge of FORTRAN, C and/or C++ programming languages and UNIX operating system is required •Knowledge of modern software engineering tools (such as subversion, redmine, etc.) will be considered favorably •Knowledge of basic feedback control design and analysis is preferred Interested applicants should send a copy of their latest CV with a cover letter or email, names of at least three references, and a summary of recent work. All applications should be submitted electronically (paperless process) via one (all combined) PDF document to: Prof. Mark Shephard Scientific Computation Research Center and Department of Mechanical, Aerospace and Nuclear Engineering Email: shephard@scorec.rpi.edu shephard@rpi.eduShannon Carrothersbornts@rpi.edu
3972015-10-05 16:20Anonymous (not verified)35.2.116.215Faculty Position in Department of Mechanical EngineeringAnn Arbor, MIUniversity of MichiganThe Department of Mechanical Engineering (ME), University of Michigan (U-M), Ann Arbor, seeks outstanding scholars to apply for full-time tenured or tenure-track faculty positions. The positions are open to candidates of all ranks, including junior and senior-level appointments. All who have strong backgrounds in disciplines relevant to mechanical engineering are welcome to apply. Some areas of interests include: computational combustion/thermal/fluids, dynamics & dynamical systems, metals processing/manufacturing, and solid mechanics & materials. We are especially interested in individuals who can contribute to the excellence and diversity of the academic community. Underrepresented minority and women candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.Applicants should have an earned Ph.D. in mechanical engineering or a related field. We seek strong scholars who will provide inspiration, leadership and impact in research, teaching and service.Candidates are encouraged to apply now and certainly before November 30, 2015 as applications will be reviewed immediately upon receipt. All applicants should submit, in PDF format (1) a detailed resume, (2) a statement of research and teaching interests, (3) up to three representative publications, and (4) the names and contact information of at least three referees. Applications must be submitted electronically at http://me.engin.umich.edu/facultysearchhttp://me.engin.umich.edu/about/employment/facultyhttp://me.engin.umich.edu/about/employment/facultyGreg Hulberthulbert@umich.edu120 daysFebruary 15, 2016
4002015-10-16 09:15Anonymous (not verified)129.93.8.38Tenure-Track Assistant, Associate, and Full ProfessorsLincoln NebraskaUniversity of NebraskaThe Department of Mechanical & Materials Engineering (MME) at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (http://engineering.unl.edu/mme) invites applications for multiple tenure-track faculty positions at all ranks in the area of computational modeling and simulation of complex and dynamic systems, specifically related to national defense. The UNL College of Engineering is undergoing an exciting period of significant growth, and anticipates hiring 100 new faculty in the next five years. A new University Program of Excellence is focused on expanding faculty expertise in areas related to combatting weapons of mass destruction and other broad areas of national security. This cluster hire will create a complementary group of researchers to address critical and/or fundamental issues related to this theme, as well as develop collaborative partnerships with existing faculty. The University of Nebraska’s National Strategic Research Institute provides an opportunity to directly impact national security through research activities, and successful applicants will be expected to develop collaborations with the U.S. Strategic Command and other Department of Defense laboratories. The Department of Mechanical & Materials Engineering consists of 35 tenure/tenure-track faculty, 700 undergraduate students, and 140 graduate students. An outstanding infrastructure exists for conducting research, including central facilities housing state-of-the-art instrumentation within the Nebraska Center for Materials and Nanoscience, the Nebraska Nanoengineering Research Facility and the Center for Biotechnology. World-class computational capabilities are available in the Holland Computing Center, which manages supercomputing facilities as well as other resources available to University of Nebraska researchers. Applicants are expected to have a Ph.D. or equivalent in mechanical engineering or a closely related field, with background on multi-system/multi-scale computational modeling and high-performance computing. Applicants should have a record of strong scholarly achievement and a demonstrated commitment to excellence in undergraduate and graduate education. Candidates must have the potential to establish a strong externally funded research program. Applications must be submitted via http://employment.unl.edu (requisition #F_150227). Complete applications will include a cover letter (with specialty and position level clearly stated), CV, research and teaching statements, and a list of three references. Review of application materials will begin November 8 and continue until the position is filled. The University of Nebraska-Lincoln is committed to a pluralistic campus community through affirmative action, equal opportunity, work-life balance, and dual careers. See http://www.unl.edu/equity/notice-nondiscrimination Nancy Rehttp://employment.unl.edu Mary Ramsiermramsier2@unl.edu30 daysNovember 8, 2015
4012015-10-28 15:59Anonymous (not verified)128.138.158.80Assistant Professor - Aerospace EngineeringBoulder, COUniversity of Colorado BoulderThe Department of Aerospace Engineering Sciences in the College of Engineering and Applied Science at the University of Colorado Boulder invites applications for multiple tenure-track/tenured faculty positions in the areas of, but not limited to, structures and materials, and remote sensing. Promising candidates in the areas of structures and materials integrate modeling, fabrication, and characterization of structural and/or multi-functional materials for the design of innovative aerospace systems. Desirable remote sensing candidates bridge science and engineering with interest in aerospace related systems and platforms. The Department’s vision of successful candidates includes their potential for developing innovative and inspiring teaching and research programs that address relevant technical challenges, contribute to academia and the aerospace industry, and support diverse communities. For information about the department, please visit http://www.colorado.edu/aerospace. Review of applications will begin 1 December 2015 and continue until finalists are identified, no later than the end of January. The University of Colorado is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to building a diverse workforce. We encourage applications from women, racial and ethnic minorities, individuals with disabilities, and veterans. Alternative formats of this ad can be provided upon request for individuals with disabilities by contacting the ADA Coordinator at hr-ada@colorado.edu. The University of Colorado Boulder conducts background checks for all final applicants. These positions are targeted at the assistant professor level; other levels will be considered for experienced candidates with outstanding credentials. A Ph.D. degree in Aerospace Engineering or a related field is required. Application materials are accepted electronically through Job Posting #F02952 at https://www.jobsatcu.com. Applicants are requested to indicate in the cover letter their main area of research, and to provide a curriculum vitae and statements of research and teaching interests, which may include the candidate’s experience and vision for working with and contributing to diverse communities. The names and contact information of four references should be included. The cover letter should be addressed to the Search Committee Chair Prof. Kurt Maute, Department of Aerospace Engineering Sciences, University of Colorado Boulder. Patti Gassaway, patti.gassaway@colorado.eduwww.jobsatcu.comPatti Gassaway (for Prof Kurt Maute)patti.gassaway@colorado.edu60 days02/01/2016
4022015-11-12 13:47Anonymous (not verified)145.94.15.95Post-doctoral Researcher in Advanced ModellingDelft, the NetherlandsDelft University of TechnologyAs systems become more complex and multidisciplinary, design of these systems also becomes more complicated. To assist design of such systems, physical models and computational tools are needed for their analysis and optimisation. The SOM group's research focus is on the development of such advanced (computational) design techniques, combined with the understanding and design of innovative mechanical devices in precision and microsystems engineering. The candidate will develop, conduct and supervise research on advanced numerical modelling. The candidate will be engaged in the development of novel formulations and their computer implementation for advanced finite element analysis. These formulations will then be combined with gradient-based optimisation for the design of complex mechanical components. The tasks to be performed include: • Learning about advanced numerical techniques (level-set methods, XFEM/GFEM). • Developing new FE formulations based on Generalised Finite Element Methods and their computer implementation in 'hybrida', our in-house finite element library. • Coupling the numerical tools with mathematical optimisation (gradient-based) to carry out the design of complex systems. • Inspiring MSc and PhD students through teaching and supervision. • Engaging in the writing of proposals to secure funding. Applicants should have the following qualifications: • PhD in Engineering or a related area with a strong background in solid mechanics and numerical modelling. In particular, candidates should have extensive experience in Finite Element Analysis. • A good publication record. • Extensive programming experience. Most of the programming tasks will be executed in Python, but knowledge of C/C++ will be an asset. Proof of programming the FEM will be considered an asset as well. • Knowledge of eXtended/Generalised Finite Element Methods and gradient-based optimisation (e.g., topology optimisation) will be valued. Additional valued knowledge includes: iso-geometric analysis, level-sets, NURBS, T-splines. • Proactive, team player attitude and good communication skills.For more information about this position please see http://www.3me.tudelft.nl/en/about- the-faculty/ departments/precision-and-microsystems-engineering/vacancies/ or contact Dr. A.M. Aragón, phone: +31 (0)15-2782267, e-mail: a.m.aragon@tudelft.nl. To apply, please e-mail three recommendation letters, a complete CV with comprehensive publication list, programming projects involved in, etc., along with a letter of application by 12 December 2015 to Mrs. Bianca van Someren, application-3ME@tudelft.nl. Applications after this date will be considered if the post is still vacant. When applying for this position, please refer to vacancy number 3ME15-38.+31152782267http://www.3me.tudelft.nl/en/about-the-faculty/departments/precision-and-microsystems-engineering/vacancies/Alejandro M. AragónA.M.Aragon@tudelft.nl30 daysDecember 12, 2015
4032015-11-18 13:44Anonymous (not verified)155.98.14.47Five Tenure-Track Faculty Positions in Mechanical EngineeringSalt Lake City, UTUniversity of UtahThe Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Utah (http://www.mech.utah.edu) invites applicants for 5 tenure-track positions with a Fall 2016 start date. Candidates with interest and expertise in the areas of solid mechanics (2 positions), design and/or manufacturing (1 position), thermal sciences, fluid mechanics or energy systems (1 position), and robotics (1 position) are encouraged to apply. For the two solid mechanics positions, candidates with research interests and expertise in computational, theoretical, and/or experimental solid mechanics are encouraged to apply. Areas of interest include, but are not limited to: constitutive modeling, composites, biomechanics, material characterization, high strain-rate mechanics, non-destructive characterization, fluid-solid interactions, aeroelasticity, inverse problems in mechanics, and uncertainty characterization in mechanics. More information on all positions can be obtained here: http://mech.utah.edu/five-open-tenure-track-faculty-positions/ More information about the Solid Mechanics group at the University of Utah can be found here: http://solids.mech.utah.eduApplicants are expected to have earned a PhD in Mechanical Engineering or a closely related field. Candidates should be qualified to teach courses in the core curriculum of a mechanical engineering program, including existing courses and/or developing new courses that support their graduate program. Candidates are expected to develop and maintain an active, externally funded research program that complements existing research programs. Collaborations in the Department, College of Engineering, School of Medicine, and elsewhere across campus are highly encouraged.Applications must be submitted electronically and should include a cover letter, current CV, statements of research and teaching, and contact information for a minimum of three references. All documents must be uploaded at the specified link. Please check the complete position announcements at http://mech.utah.edu/department/open-positions/ Review of applications will begin December 1, 2015. It is highly recommended to get applications in early to be considered for the 1st round of evaluation.Sheila Olson (Sheila.Olson@utah.edu)mech.utah.eduBrittany Coatsbrittany.coats@utah.eduEstimated March 1, 2016
4042015-12-01 15:33Anonymous (not verified)70.166.12.75Assistant/Associate/Full Professors, OptimizationThuwal, Saudi ArabiaKAUST (King Abdullah University of Science and Technology)Assistant/Associate/Full Professors, Optimization King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) invites applications for faculty positions at all ranks (Assistant, Associate, and Full Professors) starting from Fall 2016 in the area of optimization. The position can be either in the Applied Mathematics and Computational Science Program (AMCS) or the Computer Science Program (CS). Candidates applying for a position of Assistant Professor should have an excellent potential for high impact research. Candidates applying for Associate and Full Professor positions should have a distinguished track record in research and a strong commitment to service and teaching at the graduate level. More information about the division (including other open faculty positions) is available at https://cemse.kaust.edu.sa/ All areas of optimization will be considered, but we are especially interested in faculty that can collaborate with other researchers in the division. A research expertise in topics that enable collaborations with one or more of the three research centers (Computational Bioscience Research Center, the Visual Computing Center, and the Extreme Computing Research Center) will also be a positive. How to Apply: To apply, follow the instructions outlined in the following link: https://spapps.kaust.edu.sa/sites/FacultyApplyCEMSE/Pages/Submission.aspx Please send your application before January 15th 2016 for full consideration. After this deadline applications will be evaluated on a rolling basis until the position is filled.See Job DescriptionApply Online: http://apptrkr.com/715297Human Resourceshttp://www.kaust.edu.sa/Ariannearianne@jobelephant.comOpen Until FilledOpen Until Filled
4272016-02-22 21:00Anonymous (not verified)50.172.239.74Post-doctoral FellowEvanston, ILNorthwestern University, Department of Mechanical EngineeringThe Department of Mechanical Engineering at Northwestern University is seeking candidates for a post-doctoral position to conduct research in the computational simulation of multiphase flows and flows with moving boundaries. The post-doctoral researcher will be working with Prof. Greg Wagner and his collaborators to develop new numerical formulations for the simulation of complex flows, implement them in a high-performance computing environment, and apply them to the modeling of engineering, environmental, and biological systems. Applications for which active collaborations are underway include transport in porous media, additive manufacturing processes, and fluid-structure interaction in the human heart. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to learn about these applications while working in an established software code base developed for large-scale parallel computing platforms.Required: • Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering or a closely related field, with a strong background in numerical simulation and fluid flow. • Experience coding in C++ for distributed-memory parallel simulations • Strong oral and written communication skills Desired: • Knowledge of unstructured-mesh CFD formulations such as FEM, FVM, or CVFEM • Familiarity with multi-phase flow simulation techniques such as level-set methods, volume of fluid, phase-field models, or Lagrangian particle tracking • Experience with Python • A demonstrated ability to work in cross-disciplinary teams that include both modelers and experimentalists Interested applicants should send a copy of their current CV, along with a cover letter or email, and names and contact info of at least three references. All applications should be submitted via email in a single PDF document to: Prof. Greg Wagner Associate Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering Northwestern University Email: gregory.wagner@northwestern.edu Greg WagnerGreg Wagnergregory.wagner@northwestern.edu12 weeksMay 20, 2016
4402016-04-12 10:23Anonymous (not verified)193.55.167.65Towards a better understanding of the early stages of cavitation in high pressure hydrogen-exposed rubbers under decompressionFrance - JapanPprime institut, FranceThe goal of the PhD is to better understand the very early stages of cavitation observed during pressure release in a rubber previously exposed to high-pressure hydrogen. Since it may affect permeation properties and mechanical resistance, such damage is a major concern for industrial components designed for fuel cell vehicles and hydrogen charge stations. This issue is crucial to improve design and formulation of hydrogen-exposed rubbers but faces strong limitations related to hydrogen manipulation for in-situ experiments and to the relevant scales. Only a few laboratories are able today to conduct physical and mechanical experiments under high-pressure hydrogen in polymers. Kyushu University (KU) and Institut Pprime are leaders in this field. Recent developments from the two laboratories provide unprecedented in-situ experiments (in-situ Small-Angle X-Ray Scattering (SAXS), in-situ X-ray tomography) operating during decompression after high-pressure hydrogen exposure, and able to discuss the mechanisms activated during the transition from a heterogeneous gas-polymer equilibrium state towards a damaged state as detected at the micro-scale.Talented and enthusiastic candidates with a MSc degree in Mechanical Engineering, Materials Science or Polymer Science are encouraged to apply. Strong knowledge in some of the following fields is required: continuum mechanics, transport phenomena, polymer science. Candidates must have a strong interest in multidisciplinary research, a deep scientific curiosity and possess a drive to learn new methods and concepts, especially in the experimental field. Good communication skills are required in oral and written English .The PhD student will be employed by Poitiers University for 3 years (net salary 1630€/month). He/she will spend the first year in Japan (Fukuoka) and the two following ones in France (Poitiers). Applications can be submitted until May 20, 2016. Application documents (in PDF format) must contain: letter of motivation, detailed curriculum vitae, transcripts of BSc and MSc grades. Contact information of potential referees would be appreciated. Interested candidates must contact very quickly one of the PhD supervisors: Dr. Sylvie Castagnet ( Sylvie.castagnet@ensma.fr)Sylvie.castagnet@ensma.frDr. Sylvie CastagneSylvie.castagnet@ensma.fr3 yearsMay 20, 2016
4432016-10-12 12:12Anonymous (not verified)128.138.65.241Postdoc Positions in Design Optimization of Multi-scale SystemsUniversity of Colorado, BoulderUniversity of Colorado, BoulderApplications are invited for two postdoctoral positions available as early as January 2017 in the Aerospace Engineering Sciences Department at the University of Colorado, Boulder. The appointees will conduct fundamental research in the area of (topology) optimization of multi-scale systems under uncertainty. The positions are for the duration of one year with the possibility of extension to three years. The appointees will be working with Profs. Kurt Maute and Alireza Doostan, and will participate in research activities of the Optimization and Uncertainty Quantification groups within the Aerospace Engineering Sciences Department at the University of Colorado, Boulder. Applicants must have a Ph.D. in areas related to computational mechanics/mathematics. Preference will be given to applicants with strong background in multi-scale modeling as well as familiarity with topology optimization, level set methods, and/or uncertainty quantification techniques. Knowledge of C++ is expected; experience with developing C++ software in teams is welcome. The interested candidates should submit a CV, a brief (max one page) statement of research interests, and contact information of two references to Prof. Maute (maute@colorado.edu). Questions may be directed to Prof. Maute. maute@colorado.eduAlireza Doostandoostan@colorado.edu
4442016-10-21 11:33Anonymous (not verified)192.94.65.52Post-Doctoral Opportunity in High-Performance ComputingNASA Langley Research CenterUSRAA candidate is sought to pursue ground-breaking research in the field of High Performance Computing (HPC) for large-scale computational fluids and other multidisciplinary aerospace applications. Novel scalable scientific algorithms are needed to enable key NASA applications to exploit the computational power of massively parallel systems. This is especially true for the current tier of leading petascale machines and the road to exascale computing as HPC systems continue to scale up. These systems require unique scientific algorithms to hide network and memory latency, achieve very high computation-to-communication ratios, and minimize synchronization. Algorithms must be fault-tolerant, as the probability of component failure increases with scale and cannot be neglected. With the advent of heterogeneous computer nodes that employ a broad range of processing units, algorithms must be specifically designed and implemented to leverage the strengths of these architectures in order to maximize performance. As HPC continues to play an ever-larger role in today's science and engineering disciplines, a broad range of research avenues is available. The selected candidate will conduct a leading-edge research program that will advance the state of the art in fluid dynamics computations on extreme-scale HPC systems to benefit a broad range of multidisciplinary NASA applications. Examples of research topics include optimization of both new and existing computational paradigms on emergent heterogeneous architectures, which may be composed of some combination of traditional CPUs, GPGPUs, MICs, ARMs, etc. Software development based on the use of high-level programming languages and auto-tuning to abstract the fundamental concepts of an algorithm, while improving portability of the software across systems with widely-varying hardware architectures are of interest. Advanced algorithms that drastically increase the ratios of flops/memory access and flops/communication are needed. Fault-tolerant schemes capable of recovering from isolated system failures will be essential. Other areas of research related to HPC systems may also be considered. The post-doctoral candidate must meet the following requirements: PhD degree in computer science, engineering, physics, or equivalent.PhD degree in computer science, engineering, physics, or equivalent.See https://npp.usra.edu/opportunities/details/?ro=19004eric.j.nielsen@nasa.govhttps://npp.usra.edu/opportunities/details/?ro=19004Eric Nielseneric.j.nielsen@nasa.govUntil filledN/A
4452016-11-02 15:30Anonymous (not verified)128.62.56.203Postdoctoral Fellow in High Performance Computing for Network ProblemsAustin Texas, USAUniversity of Texas at AustinA post-doctoral scholar is needed with skills in numerical algorithm development/coding. Our key interests are in high performance computing in solution of network problems.  The direct applications are in fluid flow, but scientists/engineers with experience in other network solutions (e.g. VLSI microchips) are encouraged to apply. The National Center for Infrastructure Modeling and Management (NCIMM) has been recently funded by the U.S. EPA to develop next-generation models for storm water and water piping distribution systems.  More details on the new center are at http://www.ncimm.org. More details on the job opening and application info are at https://utdirect.utexas.edu/apps/hr/jobs/nlogon/160916010712Ph.D. in mathematics or engineering and experience in numerical algorithm development and coding.https://utdirect.utexas.edu/apps/hr/jobs/nlogon/160916010712Ben HodgesBen Hodgeshodges@utexas.eduJanuary 31, 2017
4462016-11-22 15:26Anonymous (not verified)64.132.95.135Research Scientist - Design Optimization of Functional MaterialsDayton, OH (Wright Patterson Air Force Base)UES, Inc. UES, Inc. has an opportunity available for an entry level Scientist in the areas of topology optimization, multiphysics simulation and material programming, to work with our research team at Wright Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton, OH. The Research Scientist will be an active member of the Soft Matter Branch within the Materials and Manufacturing Directorate and Aerospace Systems Directorate of the Air Force Research Laboratory. The research project will focus on the development of optimization tools for patterning functional and structural material properties, with design objectives centered around the areas of 1) multifunctional origami structures, 2) soft electronics and 3) structural/electromagnetic optimization of 3D and conformal electromagnetic devices. High performance computing experience, knowledge of parallelization techniques and experience with gradient and non-gradient optimization techniques is desired. The successful candidate will develop design problems that address fundamental questions of material behavior and/or device reconfigurability. Experience with experimental test methods for mechanical or electromagnetic performance validation is also desired. Excellent oral and written communication skills are a prerequisite for employment. The successful candidate will be self-motivated and capable of working independently, as well as an effective collaborator with researchers from different technical backgrounds. Required Education: • A PhD in Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Applied Math, Physics, Materials Science, or related field of study. Areas of Desired Technical Experience: • This position is working on government projects and is requiring U.S. Citizenship • Core understanding of optimization theory and experience with algorithm development • Experience with design of mechanical or electromagnetic devices • Technical computing experience (e.g. Matlab, Python, and commercial finite element packages) • Multiphyiscs modeling experience • Additive manufacturing (3D printing) experience Apply online: https://goo.gl/rHlV47 (www.ues.com)dcrowe@ues.comwww.ues.comDavid Crowedcrowe@ues.com40 days12/31/2016
4472017-01-10 12:56Anonymous (not verified)128.115.190.43Code Developer- Computational MechanicsLivermore, CALawrence Livermore National LaboratoryScience and Technology on a Mission! For more than 60 years, the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) has applied science and technology to make the world a safer place. We have multiple openings for Code Developers. You will create or adapt state-of-the-art computational mechanics algorithms, ensure the fidelity and performance of their implementation, and support their usage by multiple teams on demanding classes of problems. These positions are in the Defense Technologies Engineering Division (DTED), within the Engineering Directorate. DTED provides support to Weapons and Complex Integration (WCI) Programs. Essential Duties - Create or identify state-of-the-art computational mechanics algorithms that extend modeling capabilities, implement as software suitable for high-performance computers, and document their verification. - Establish expertise in using one or more finite element based simulation tools such as ParaDyn or Diablo. - Evaluate algorithms for current and future problem classes, developing a body of experience with which to guide users and establish strategies for future improvements. - Proactively interact with users to assess software performance and provide solutions for moderately complex issues of modeling or software errors. - Adapt software development and QA practices and contribute to their continuous improvement. - Document efforts in technical reports, publish papers in peer-reviewed journals, and present results at scientific meetings and conferences. - Contribute to technical practices and mechanical and structural systems with internal and external collaborators. -Perform other duties as assigned. Qualifications - Master’s (MA/MS) degree in Mechanical Engineering, or the equivalent combination of education and related experience. - Comprehensive knowledge of computational mechanics, in particular the theory and application of finite element methods for nonlinear solid and structural mechanics. - Demonstrated proficiency in Fortran or C/C++ programming. - Comprehensive knowledge in at least one of the following topical areas: advanced spatial discretization for large deformation response, advanced representations of nonlinear response for metals or other material classes, coupled multi-physics simulation, including fluid-structural interaction. - Demonstrated ability to conduct independent research. - Proficient verbal and written communication skills necessary to effectively collaborate in a team environment and present and explain technical information. - Ability to travel. Desired Qualifications - Ph.D. in engineering with a computational mechanics focus. - Experience with software implementations on parallel systems. - Knowledge of commercial tools for nonlinear solid and structural mechanics. For a detailed position description and to apply online, please visit: http://careers-int.llnl.gov/jobs/6166715-code-developerrecruit4llnl@lists.llnl.govwww.llnl.govBill Cannancannan2@llnl.gov30 days02/10/2016
4482017-01-10 13:00Anonymous (not verified)128.115.190.43Postdoctoral Researcher- Computational Mechanics/Engineering Simulation ToolsLivermore, CALawrence Livermore National Laboratory Science and Technology on a Mission! For more than 60 years, the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) has applied science and technology to make the world a safer place. We have multiple openings for a Postdoctoral Mechanics Code Developer. The Methods Development Group (MDG) supports and maintains a set of engineering simulation tools used on high-performance computers to design and assess nonlinear mechanical and structural systems. These positions are in the Defense Technologies Engineering Division (DTED), within the Engineering Directorate. Essential Duties - Conduct research in and development of one or more of the following areas: create or identify state-of-the-art computational mechanics algorithms that extend modeling capabilities, establish expertise in using one or more finite element based simulation tools such as ParaDyn or Diablo, evaluate algorithms for current and future problem classes, developing a body of experience with which to guide users and establish strategies for future improvements. - Design, implement, and analyze techniques in one or more of the above areas. - Organize, analyze, and present data from research. - Contribute to and actively participate in the conception, design, and execution of research to address defined problems. - Pursue independent (but complementary) research interests and interact with a broad spectrum of scientists internally and externally to the Laboratory. - Collaborate with others in a multidisciplinary team environment to accomplish research goals. - Publish research results in peer-reviewed scientific or technical journals and present results at external conferences, seminars, and/or technical meetings. - Perform other duties as assigned. Qualifications - Recent PhD in Computational Engineering or Science discipline or related field. - Experience with one or more of the following areas: advanced spatial discretization for large deformation response, advanced representations of nonlinear response for metals or other material classes, coupled multi-physics simulation, including fluid-structural interaction. - Demonstrated ability as an innovative experimentalist with a broad range of experience in experimental design, techniques, and execution. - Demonstrated ability to develop independent research projects as demonstrated through publication of peer-reviewed literature. - Demonstrated proficient verbal and written communication skills to collaborate effectively in a team environment and present and explain technical information. - Demonstrated initiative and interpersonal skills and ability to work in a collaborative, multidisciplinary team environment. Desired Qualifications - Experience with software implementations on parallel systems. - Exposure to commercial tools for nonlinear solid and structural mechanics. - Demonstrated proficiency in Fortran or C/C++ programming. For a detailed position description and to apply online, please visit: http://careers-int.llnl.gov/jobs/6255410-postdoctoral-research-staff-memberrecruit4llnl@lists.llnl.govwww.llnl.govBill Cannancannan2@llnl.gov30 days02/10/2017
4612017-02-16 15:16Anonymous (not verified)192.12.184.7PostdocLos Alamos, NM, USALos Alamos National Laboratory The XCP-4 (Methods and Algorithms) Group develops new methods and algorithms for multiphysics codes. The XCP-4 Group is seeking candidates for postdoctoral position focused on methods and implementation of Reconnection-based Arbitrary Lagrangian-Eulerian algorithms for high-speed, compressible, multimaterial flows.Ph.D. in last 5 years. Vacancy Name # IRC53880 http://www.lanl.gov/careers/career-options/jobs/index.php International Applicants are welcome.Mikhail Shashkov - shashkov@lanl.govMikhail Shashkovshashkov@lanl.gov
4642017-02-21 17:15Anonymous (not verified)192.104.24.222Several Computational Mechanics Positions at ANSYS INCCanonsburg, PAANSYS INCWe have open positions in the areas of nonlinear mechanics, constitutive modeling, contact mechanics, solver technologies and general architecture of ANSYS Mechanical Solver. These are job specific. Please use the links provided below to see more details Please apply using the links: http://chp.tbe.taleo.net/chp02/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=ANSYS&cws=1&rid=5356 http://chp.tbe.taleo.net/chp02/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=ANSYS&cws=1&rid=5347 http://chp.tbe.taleo.net/chp02/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=ANSYS&cws=1&rid=5349 http://chp.tbe.taleo.net/chp02/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=ANSYS&cws=1&rid=5348 http://chp.tbe.taleo.net/chp02/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=ANSYS&cws=1&rid=5339 http://chp.tbe.taleo.net/chp02/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=ANSYS&cws=1&rid=5375 Grama Bhashyamansys.comGrama Bhashyam grama.bhashyam@ansys.com60 days1/5/2017
4842017-03-17 09:32Anonymous (not verified)129.161.50.162Post Doctoral Research AssociateTroy, NY, USASCOREC, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute The Scientific Computation Research Center (www.scorec.rpi.edu) at Rensselaer is seeking highly qualified post-doctoral research associates to develop and apply automated and adaptive computational fluid dynamics (CFD) methods for multiple application areas, specifically in the areas of turbulent flows, multiphase flows, and fluid-structure interaction. The successful candidates will develop and implement automated computational methods, including stabilized finite element methods for fluids, complex multiphase flow models, advanced subgrid-scale models and dynamic procedures, and non-linear structural models for analysis on massively parallel computers. The successful candidates must be able to interact with faculty and students at Rensselaer in order to develop tools for attacking complex applications of interest. The successful candidates will also be required to interact with sponsors (including industry). * PhD in Mechanical Engineering, Aeronautical/Aerospace Engineering, Applied Mathematics, Computer/Computational Science, or related engineering or science discipline * Expertise in stabilized finite element methods/ computational fluid dynamics/ turbulent flow/ multiphase flow / fluid-structure interaction * Experience in parallel programming and high performance computing * Good knowledge of FORTRAN, C and/or C++ programming languages and UNIX operating system is required * Knowledge of modern software engineering tools (such as subversion, redmine, etc.) will be considered favorably Interested applicants should send a copy of their latest CV with a cover letter or email, names of at least three references, and a summary of recent work. All applications should be submitted electronically (paperless process) via one (all combined) PDF document to: Prof. Mark Shephard Scientific Computation Research Center and Department of Mechanical, Aerospace and Nuclear Engineering Email: shephard@scorec.rpi.eduMark ShephardAssad Oberaiassad.oberai@gmail.com2 months05/17/2017
4992017-04-12 09:28Anonymous (not verified)129.105.240.216Assistant DirectorEvanston, ILNorthwestern UniversityWe are seeking an Assistant Director for the Northwestern University Center for Advanced Material Systems and Simulation (CAMSIM) Global Collaboratory. This is a newly created center within Northwestern Initiative for Manufacturing Science and Innovation (NIMSI). NIMSI facilitates multi-disciplinary research and education initiatives associated with manufacturing across a broad spectrum that impacts both mass-production manufacturing, emerging hyper-customized and personalized manufacturing. The CAMSIM Global Collaboratory activities will include visitation of scientist programs, submission and management sponsored project, evaluation of proposed Collaboratory projects, and development of partnerships with external partners and companies. The Assistant Director is a non-tenure track research faculty position. The position will have an appointment within the McCormick School of Engineering’s Department of Mechanical Engineering, and will support the CAMSIM Global Collaboratory activity within NIMSI, a University Research Institute. We are seeking a passionate and collaborative Ph.D. holder with engineering background and administrative acumen to coordinate research and development efforts at the Center for Advanced Material Systems and Simulation Collaboratory. In so doing, the Assistant Director will play a prominent role in advancing Northwestern’s goal of leveraging strengths in materials, computational tools, manufacturing processes and equipment, design, human-machine interface, nanotechnologies, logistics, and policy analysis to further innovative research. S/he will work closely with other faculty and leadership across Northwestern and CAMSIM Global Collaboratory partners, and enhance relationships with other external partners and companies. The Assistant Director will have primary day-to-day responsibility for operations of the CAMSIM Global Collaboratory operations, strategic planning and implementation, research program management, communications, and outreach. Operationally, s/he will work closely with the director and leadership to ensure smooth and effective functioning of the AMSS Global Collaboratory. Responsibilities will include: leadership of staff and engineers; facilitating implementation of research programs; oversight of financial planning alongside Director coordinating with administrative support; translation of document between English and Chinese to facilitate communication; and assist with development of budgets for sponsored projects and internal activity. Strategically, the Assistant Director will collaborate with the faculty Directors to develop the vision and strategic plan for the Center while ensuring that the budget, staff and priorities are aligned with the Center’s multi-dimensional global mission and the Collaboratory and University’s strategy. S/he will also ensure that the organization operates in a manner that supports the strategy and mission of the Global Collaboratory, and provide leadership to staff in maintaining a motivated and efficient organization. The Assistant Director will coordinate relationships among internal offices and units at the University, as well as position the Collaboratory to enhance program development through external relationships. Communications responsibilities will center on the development and implementation of an integrated communication plan, including public relations/public outreach, cutting-edge website, noteworthy publications and presentations. Audiences will include external collaborators, faculty, senior leadership, and the the general public. S/he will oversee the management and support of numerous events which may be organized by the Collaboratory, faculty working and research groups, and/or student organizations.The optimal candidate will should have: a basic understanding of computational methods and materials engineering; a Ph.D. in a related field; demonstrated leadership and excellence in organizational management with the proven ability to manage and develop high-performance teams; ability to create strategic objectives and lead implementation; strong written and verbal communication skills including the ability write and speak persuasively; knowledge of Chinese is a must; excellent analytical and abstract reasoning skills; confidence interacting with wide-variety of stakeholders; ability to maintain confidentiality and handle sensitive issues diplomatically; adept project management skills, including the ability to work under-pressure, prioritize, and meet deadlines; previous management experience in university environment is an advantage; interest in research, development, and sponsored program management.Salary is commensurate with experience and credentials. This is a full-time, renewable appointment. Start date is ASAP. Please send a statement of interest, curriculum vitae and references to Wing Kam Liu, PhD, w-liu@northwestern.edu. Northwestern University is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer of all protected classes, including veterans and individuals with disabilities. Women, racial and ethnic minorities, individuals with disabilities, and veterans are encouraged to apply. Hiring is contingent upon eligibility to work in the United States.w-liu@northwestern.eduhttp://nimsi.northwestern.eduJoseph Boesj-boes@northwestern.edu
5002017-04-12 09:28Anonymous (not verified)129.105.240.216Assistant DirectorEvanston, ILNorthwestern UniversityWe are seeking an Assistant Director for the Northwestern University Center for Advanced Material Systems and Simulation (CAMSIM) Global Collaboratory. This is a newly created center within Northwestern Initiative for Manufacturing Science and Innovation (NIMSI). NIMSI facilitates multi-disciplinary research and education initiatives associated with manufacturing across a broad spectrum that impacts both mass-production manufacturing, emerging hyper-customized and personalized manufacturing. The CAMSIM Global Collaboratory activities will include visitation of scientist programs, submission and management sponsored project, evaluation of proposed Collaboratory projects, and development of partnerships with external partners and companies. The Assistant Director is a non-tenure track research faculty position. The position will have an appointment within the McCormick School of Engineering’s Department of Mechanical Engineering, and will support the CAMSIM Global Collaboratory activity within NIMSI, a University Research Institute. We are seeking a passionate and collaborative Ph.D. holder with engineering background and administrative acumen to coordinate research and development efforts at the Center for Advanced Material Systems and Simulation Collaboratory. In so doing, the Assistant Director will play a prominent role in advancing Northwestern’s goal of leveraging strengths in materials, computational tools, manufacturing processes and equipment, design, human-machine interface, nanotechnologies, logistics, and policy analysis to further innovative research. S/he will work closely with other faculty and leadership across Northwestern and CAMSIM Global Collaboratory partners, and enhance relationships with other external partners and companies. The Assistant Director will have primary day-to-day responsibility for operations of the CAMSIM Global Collaboratory operations, strategic planning and implementation, research program management, communications, and outreach. Operationally, s/he will work closely with the director and leadership to ensure smooth and effective functioning of the AMSS Global Collaboratory. Responsibilities will include: leadership of staff and engineers; facilitating implementation of research programs; oversight of financial planning alongside Director coordinating with administrative support; translation of document between English and Chinese to facilitate communication; and assist with development of budgets for sponsored projects and internal activity. Strategically, the Assistant Director will collaborate with the faculty Directors to develop the vision and strategic plan for the Center while ensuring that the budget, staff and priorities are aligned with the Center’s multi-dimensional global mission and the Collaboratory and University’s strategy. S/he will also ensure that the organization operates in a manner that supports the strategy and mission of the Global Collaboratory, and provide leadership to staff in maintaining a motivated and efficient organization. The Assistant Director will coordinate relationships among internal offices and units at the University, as well as position the Collaboratory to enhance program development through external relationships. Communications responsibilities will center on the development and implementation of an integrated communication plan, including public relations/public outreach, cutting-edge website, noteworthy publications and presentations. Audiences will include external collaborators, faculty, senior leadership, and the the general public. S/he will oversee the management and support of numerous events which may be organized by the Collaboratory, faculty working and research groups, and/or student organizations.The optimal candidate will should have: a basic understanding of computational methods and materials engineering; a Ph.D. in a related field; demonstrated leadership and excellence in organizational management with the proven ability to manage and develop high-performance teams; ability to create strategic objectives and lead implementation; strong written and verbal communication skills including the ability write and speak persuasively; knowledge of Chinese is a must; excellent analytical and abstract reasoning skills; confidence interacting with wide-variety of stakeholders; ability to maintain confidentiality and handle sensitive issues diplomatically; adept project management skills, including the ability to work under-pressure, prioritize, and meet deadlines; previous management experience in university environment is an advantage; interest in research, development, and sponsored program management.Salary is commensurate with experience and credentials. This is a full-time, renewable appointment. Start date is ASAP. Please send a statement of interest, curriculum vitae and references to Wing Kam Liu, PhD, w-liu@northwestern.edu. Northwestern University is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer of all protected classes, including veterans and individuals with disabilities. Women, racial and ethnic minorities, individuals with disabilities, and veterans are encouraged to apply. Hiring is contingent upon eligibility to work in the United States.w-liu@northwestern.eduhttp://nimsi.northwestern.eduJoseph Boesj-boes@northwestern.edu
5022017-05-10 12:40Anonymous (not verified)129.105.240.216Assistant DirectorEvanston, ILNorthwestern UniversityThe Assistant Director is a non-tenure track research faculty position. The position will have an appointment within the McCormick School of Engineering’s Department of Mechanical Engineering, and will support the CAMSIM Global Collaboratory activity within NIMSI, a University Research Institute. We are seeking a passionate and collaborative Ph.D. holder with engineering background and administrative acumen to coordinate research and development efforts at the Center for Advanced Material Systems and Simulation Collaboratory. In so doing, the Assistant Director will play a prominent role in advancing Northwestern’s goal of leveraging strengths in materials, computational tools, manufacturing processes and equipment, design, human-machine interface, nanotechnologies, logistics, and policy analysis to further innovative research. S/he will work closely with other faculty and leadership across Northwestern and CAMSIM Global Collaboratory partners, and enhance relationships with other external partners and companies. The Assistant Director will have primary day-to-day responsibility for operations of the CAMSIM Global Collaboratory operations, strategic planning and implementation, research program management, communications, and outreach. Operationally, s/he will work closely with the director and leadership to ensure smooth and effective functioning of the CAMSIM Global Collaboratory. Responsibilities will include: leadership of staff and engineers; facilitating implementation of research programs; oversight of financial planning alongside Director coordinating with administrative support; translation of document between English and Chinese to facilitate communication; and assist with development of budgets for sponsored projects and internal activity. Strategically, the Assistant Director will collaborate with the faculty Directors to develop the vision and strategic plan for the Center while ensuring that the budget, staff and priorities are aligned with the Center’s multi-dimensional global mission and the Collaboratory and University’s strategy. S/he will also ensure that the organization operates in a manner that supports the strategy and mission of the Global Collaboratory, and provide leadership to staff in maintaining a motivated and efficient organization. The Assistant Director will coordinate relationships among internal offices and units at the University, as well as position the Collaboratory to enhance program development through external relationships. Communications responsibilities will center on the development and implementation of an integrated communication plan, including public relations/public outreach, cutting-edge website, noteworthy publications and presentations. Audiences will include external collaborators, faculty, senior leadership, and the the general public. S/he will oversee the management and support of numerous events which may be organized by the Collaboratory, faculty working and research groups, and/or student organizations. The optimal candidate will should have: a basic understanding of computational methods and materials engineering; a Ph.D. in a related field; demonstrated leadership and excellence in organizational management with the proven ability to manage and develop high-performance teams; ability to create strategic objectives and lead implementation; strong written and verbal communication skills including the ability write and speak persuasively; knowledge of Chinese is a must; excellent analytical and abstract reasoning skills; confidence interacting with wide-variety of stakeholders; ability to maintain confidentiality and handle sensitive issues diplomatically; adept project management skills, including the ability to work under-pressure, prioritize, and meet deadlines; previous management experience in university environment is an advantage; interest in research, development, and sponsored program management.Start date is ASAP. Please send a statement of interest, curriculum vitae and references to Wing Kam Liu, PhD, w-liu@northwestern.eduw-liu@northwestern.eduhttp://nimsi.northwestern.eduJoseph Boesj-boes@northwestern.eduOpen
5032017-06-01 16:53Anonymous (not verified)63.192.140.4Structural Topology Optimization DeveloperLivermore, CALSTC (Livermore Software Technology Corporation)LSTC is now accepting resumes and advisor recommendations on recent graduates to join the LSTC team developing LS-TaSC, our Topology and Shape Computations software. See our website at http://www.lstc.com/products/ls-tasc for additional information regarding LS-TaSC. The position entails software development at our Livermore, California offices with interaction with our contractors in China and Europe. As part of this team, the successful candidate will be creating a structural design tool to be used by major international companies that are solving structural problems such as those involving vehicle crash analysis. The candidate will be responsible for: * Research, implementation, documentation, testing, and maintenance of topology and shape design methodologies. * Collaborate with the GUI development and support staff. * Client interaction, such as gathering product requirements, meetings, and support. Requirements are: * A Master's degree or a PhD degree in structural mechanics. * Knowledge of structural optimization. * Knowledge of Finite Element Analysis (FEA) and Computer-Aided Engineering (CAE). Exposure to LSTC's LS-DYNA is a plus. *Good written and oral English communication skills. * Self-motivated and willing to learn new methodologies.Please send your resume to: Willem Roux LS-TaSC Project Manager willem@lstc.com (925) 449-2500 (w) X533Willem Roux, LS-TaSC Project Manager, willem@lstc.com, (925) 449-2500 (w) X533http://www.lstc.com/Willem Rouxwillem@lstc.com6 monthsNovember 2017
5042017-06-20 10:59Anonymous (not verified)128.220.159.1PhD-Graduate StudentBaltimore, MarylandJohns Hopkins UniversityThe Computational Mechanics Research Laboratory (http://cmrl.jhu.edu/) at Johns Hopkins University is soliciting applications from outstanding candidates for Ph.D. student position in Computational Mechanics of Materials and Integrated Computational Materials Engineering (ICME), to work in multiple fields of Mechanics including multiple scale modeling of mechanical-electro-magnetic phenomena, fatigue and life prediction of metals and composites, brittle and ductile failure, molecular dynamics modeling, probabilistic methods, novel finite element model development, etc. CMRL is also the host of a major national center CEIMM based on ICME and MGI concepts and http://ceimm.jhu.edu/. Ph.D. Candidates must have a strong background and interest in computational solid mechanics, physical sciences and mathematics and computational engineering & sciences. Interest in computational modeling and code development is necessary. The researchers will be working with Prof. Somnath Ghosh at Johns Hopkins University (http://cmrl.jhu.edu/prof_somnath_ghosh.html) on a variety of projects funded by government and industry. Details can be found at http://cmrl.jhu.edu/ and http://ceimm.jhu.edu/.Interested applicants should inquire directly to CMRL Director: Prof. Somnath Ghosh, Department of Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science & Engineering Johns Hopkins University 203 Latrobe, 3400 N. Charles Street, Baltimore, MD 21218 e-mail: sghosh20@jhu.edu Please visit the JHU-WSE website (https://engineering.jhu.edu/) for information about graduate admissions Prof. Somnath Ghosh (sghosh20@jhu.edu)Prof. Somnath Ghoshsghosh20@jhu.edu
5052017-06-20 11:24Anonymous (not verified)128.220.159.1Post Doctoral ResearcherBaltimore, MarylandJohns Hopkins UniversityThe Computational Mechanics Research Laboratory (http://cmrl.jhu.edu/) at Johns Hopkins University is soliciting applications from outstanding candidates for a Postdoctoral Researcher position in Computational Mechanics of Materials and Integrated Computational Materials Engineering, to work in the field of Fatigue and Failure in Metallic and Composite Materials. Candidates must have a strong background and interest in computational solid mechanics, computational material science, physical sciences and mathematics and computational engineering & sciences. The post-doctoral researcher will be working with Prof. Somnath Ghosh at Johns Hopkins University on projects by government agencies and industry. The research will involve multi-scale computational modeling of deformation and failure in polycrystalline and composite materials. The project will require computer model and code development, validation and simulations. The successful candidates will also be required to interact considerably with sponsors. •PhD in Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Materials Science & Engineering, Aerospace Engineering, Applied Mathematics, Computational Science and engineering •Expertise in Computational Solid Mechanics, Computational Materials Science •Experience in parallel programming and high performance computing •Good knowledge of programming languages e.g. C, C++, FORTRAN, Python etc. Interested applicants should send a copy of their latest CV with a cover letter or email, names of at least three references, and a summary of recent work. All applications should be submitted electronically to: Prof. Somnath Ghosh, Department of Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science & Engineering Johns Hopkins University 203 Latrobe, 3400 N. Charles Street, Baltimore, MD 21218 e-mail: sghosh20@jhu.edu Prof. Somnath Ghosh (E-mail: sghosh20@jhu.edu)Prof. Somnath Ghoshsghosh20@jhu.edu
5102017-09-21 16:28Anonymous (not verified)130.203.207.222Tenure-line faculty position (assistant or associate professor)State College, PAThe Pennsylvania State UniversityThe Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering (CEE) at The Pennsylvania State University invites applications for two tenure-line faculty positions at the rank of assistant or associate professor in the areas of: 1) structural engineering and mechanics, 2) geotechnical engineering, and 3) transportation engineering. Beyond the specific area of activity, the applicant’s intellectual depth and promise for high-quality research and teaching are top priorities. Individuals with demonstrated abilities to collaborate across disciplines are especially encouraged to apply. The CEE Department is a vibrant and dynamic group with 33 faculty members, 19 research scientists, annual research expenditures of $24 million, and U.S. News & World Report graduate rankings of 15th for environmental engineering and 21st for civil engineering. Department faculty members have received prestigious honors including many professional society awards, six NSF CAREER awards, and one NAE membership. Excellent opportunities exist for candidates to interact with faculty on multidisciplinary projects through the Penn State Materials Research Institute, the Institute for Cyberscience, the Larson Transportation Institute, the Institutes for Energy and the Environment, the Sustainability Institute, the Protective Technology Center, and the Civil Infrastructure Testing and Evaluation Laboratory, among others. Penn State is one of the nation’s leading research universities with expenditures exceeding $840 million annually. The university is also one of the nation’s leaders in industry-sponsored research, with partnerships involving more than 400 companies on an annual basis. State College, Pennsylvania, has been voted repeatedly as one of the most desirable and safest places to live in the United States. Campus Security Crime Statistics: For more information about safety at Penn State and to review the Annual Security Report which contains information about crime statistics and other safety and security matters, please go to www.police.psu.edu/clery/, which will also provide you with details on how to request a hard copy of the Annual Security Report.Applicants should hold a Ph.D. in civil engineering or a closely related discipline. The new hires will teach at both the undergraduate and graduate levels and are expected to enhance the department’s existing curriculum.Applications should be received by November 6, 2017, for full consideration; however, review of applications will continue through December. Applications should include: a cover letter, a curriculum vitae, statements of research and teaching interests, two to four publications, and contact information for four references, all as a single PDF file. Please see www.cee.psu.edu/ for information about the department. Apply to job 74312 at www.psu.jobs. Employment will require successful completion of background check(s) in accordance with University policies.Michelle Hill (mvm3@engr.psu.edu)www.psu.jobsMichael Hillmanmhillman@psu.eduMarch 2018
5112017-10-23 09:50Anonymous (not verified)128.115.190.43Postdoctoral Researcher - Computational Mechanics of MaterialsLivermore, CALawrence Livermore National LaboratoryScience and Technology on a Mission! For more than 60 years, the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) has applied science and technology to make the world a safer place. We have multiple openings for Postdoctoral Research Staff Members to conduct basic and applied research. Advances in computational models of physical systems enable significant advances in our overall capabilities to address important problems. The work brings together computational mechanics of materials, high performance computing, and innovative connections to experimental methods. Capabilities are deployed both for focused studies and for treatment of complex coupled phenomena in more integrated applications. These positions are in the Computational Engineering Division (CED), within the Engineering Directorate. Essential Duties - Conduct research in a relevant discipline within computational engineering including the development of mathematical and computational models of engineered materials, devices, systems, or processes. - Work with experimentalists on designing, implementing, and analyzing relevant experiments. - Organize, analyze, and present data from research. - Contribute to and actively participate in the conception, design, and execution of research to address defined problems. - Pursue independent, complementary research interests and interact with a broad spectrum of engineers and scientists internally and externally to the Laboratory. - Collaborate with others in a multidisciplinary team environment to accomplish research goals. - Publish research results in peer-reviewed scientific or technical journals and present results at external conferences, seminars, and/or technical meetings. - Perform other duties as assigned. - Recent PhD in Engineering or related field. - Demonstrated knowledge and experience in a field related to solid mechanics or materials sciences. - Experience with software development using scripting languages or C/C++/Fortran in a UNIX environment. - Demonstrated ability to develop and conduct independent research projects as demonstrated through peer-reviewed publications. - Demonstrated proficient verbal and written communication skills to collaborate effectively in a team environment and present and explain technical information. - Demonstrated initiative and interpersonal skills and ability to work in a collaborative, multidisciplinary team environment. Desired Qualifications - Experience with engineering analysis, typically through finite element and/or finite volume techniques, and associated productivity tools. - Familiarity with productivity tools for team software development environments. - Ability to participate meaningfully in experimental activities. How to Apply To apply, please follow the link below to be redirected the Lab job posting. Then follow the online application instructions. http://careers-int-llnl.ttcportals.com/jobs/6795212-postdoctoral-research-staff-member http://careers-int-llnl.ttcportals.com/jobs/6795212-postdoctoral-research-staff-memberhttps://www.llnl.gov/Bill Cannancannan2@llnl.gov30 days11/23/2017
5122017-10-27 06:49Anonymous (not verified)128.113.130.143Post Doctoral Research AssociateTroy, NYScientific Computation Research Center, Rensselaer Polytechnic InstituteThe Scientific Computation Research Center (www.scorec.rpi.edu) at Rensselaer is seeking highly qualified post-doctoral research associates to develop parallel adaptive unstructured mesh technologies that will be applied in multiple areas of application including fusion modeling, computational fluid dynamics and others. The successful candidates will develop and implement parallel algorithms that effectively operate on the current and future heterogeneous massively parallel computer systems to support unstructured mesh methods for particle-in-cell methods, mesh adaptation, simulation driven evolution of geometry and meshes over complex domains, etc. The successful candidates must be able to interact with faculty, research staff and students in the Scientific Computation Research Center. The successful candidates will also be required to interact with sponsors. • PhD in Engineering, Applied Mathematics, Computer/Computational Science, or related discipline. • Have expertise in a subset of the areas listed and be interested in working closely with others that provide expertise in the other areas: • Unstructured meshing generation/adaptation technologies, • Development and optimization of parallel Particle in Cell methods (PIC), • Development of parallel unstructured simulation technologies. • Experience in parallel programming and high performance computing. • Good knowledge of FORTRAN, C and/or C++ programming languages and GNU/Linux operating system is required. • Knowledge of modern software engineering tools will be considered favorably. Interested applicants should send a copy of their latest CV with a cover letter or email, names of at least three references, and a summary of recent work and their source code from work in a related field (repositories in GitHub, Bitbucket, or GitLab are strongly preferred). All applications should be submitted electronically and addressed to Prof. Mark Shephard (shephard@rpi.edu).Prof. Mark Shephard (shephard@rpi.edu).Mark Shephardshephard@rpi.edu6 months
5132017-11-09 16:53Anonymous (not verified)129.93.23.4Assistant ProfessorsLincoln NebraskaUniversity of Nebraska LincolnThe Department of Mechanical & Materials Engineering at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (http://mme.unl.edu) invites applications for two tenure-track faculty positions at the Assistant Professor level in the areas of (1) dynamics, systems, and design, or (2) thermal/fluids sciences and energy conversion. Successful candidates are expected to develop an externally funded research program in emerging areas which may include: robotics and automation, micro/nanoscale thermal/fluids, optimal design, additive manufacturing, and micro/nanotechnology device development. The successful candidates will contribute to the undergraduate and graduate academic programs within the department and demonstrate a commitment to excellence in both teaching and research. The Department of Mechanical & Materials Engineering consists of approximately 30 tenure/tenure-track faculty, 700 undergraduate students, and 150 graduate students. An outstanding infrastructure exists for conducting research, including central facilities housing state-of-the-art instrumentation within the Nebraska Center for Materials and Nanoscience, the Nebraska Nanoengineering Research Facility, and the Holland Computing Center. Opportunities for collaborations across the University of Nebraska include the University of Nebraska Medical Center, the Nebraska Center for Energy Sciences Research, the Nebraska Center for Materials and Nanoscience, the Center for Nanohybrid Functional Materials, the Center for Brain, Biology, and Behavior, the Nebraska Athletic Performance Laboratory, the Midwest Roadside Safety Facility, Innovation Campus, and other state- and federally-funded research centers and programs.Applicants are expected to have a Ph.D. or equivalent in mechanical engineering or a closely related field. Applicants should have a record of strong scholarly achievement and a demonstrated commitment to excellence in undergraduate and graduate education with the potential to establish a strong externally-funded research program.Click “Apply to this Job” and complete the faculty form. Attach a cover letter (with specialty and position level clearly stated), CV, research and teaching statements (4 pages total – attach as Other Document), and a list of three references. The University of Nebraska-Lincoln is committed to a pluralistic campus community through affirmative action, equal opportunity, work-life balance, and dual careers. See http://www.unl.edu/equity/notice-nondiscrimination.Nancy Rehttps://employment.unl.edu/postings/56098Heidi Krierhkrier2@unl.edu30 days12/15/17
5142017-12-05 09:42Anonymous (not verified)128.42.236.192ASSISTANT PROFESSOR IN COASTAL RESILIENCY HOUSTON, TXRICE UNIVERSITYThe Rice University Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering invites applications for a tenure track assistant professor position in the area of Coastal Resiliency. We seek candidates with expertise and interest in interdisciplinary research that contributes to enhancing the resilience of urban communities and infrastructure systems to the impacts of coastal natural hazards and climate change. Areas of interest include, but are not limited to: (1) urban hydrology, water resources, urban flood analysis, and coastal hydrodynamics; (2) modeling of natural hazards, infrastructure systems, and risk assessment in coastal settings; (3) and state-of-the-art remote sensing techniques. The successful candidate is expected to establish a rigorous, externally funded research program, to teach core courses and develop undergraduate and graduate courses within their area of expertise, advise graduate students, collaborate with other faculty, and be involved in service to the university and the broader scientific community.Applicants must have earned a Ph.D. degree in Civil / Environmental Engineering or a related field, demonstrate excellence in research, display distinction (or potential for distinction) in teaching, and be able to collaborate across disciplines. To apply, please submit materials in electronic form through the Rice Application Portal via this link: http://jobs.rice.edu/postings/12464Jennifer Mashburnhttps://ceve.rice.eduJennifer Mashburnjm9@rice.eduOpen until filled