We are seeking strong and motivated candidates at the graduate level (MS and/or PhD) for several projects in the broad area of computational biomechanics and microfluidics. We collaborate extensively with research groups across US and Europe to develop and employ advanced computational tools for understanding complex processes in biomechanics and microfluidics.
Students with interest in numerical methods, fluid-solid mechanics, and high-performance computing are specially encouraged to apply. Interested candidates should email a copy of their CV to firstname.lastname@example.org.
A degree in Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering, or any other
relevant field with good academic record, especially in numerical method,
fluid & solid mechanics and programming-related courses.
Willingness to engage closely with our collaborators and explore new research directions.
Prior experience in Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) and/or
Computational Solid Mechanics (CSM) such as Finite Element Method, etc. is highly desirable, but not essential.
Interest in programming (Fortran, Python, or C/C++).
University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA
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Nitesh Nama Mechanical & Materials Engineering University of Nebraska, Lincoln