PhD (thesis) candidate to work in Multiscale Materials Modeling, with special emphasis in crystal plasticity modelling with the finite element method.
Ref. num. MMM-RA-01
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Searching for a PhD (thesis) candidate to work in Multiscale Materials Modeling, with special emphasis in crystal plasticity modelling with the finite element method.
The position will be within a project funded by the Luxenbourg Funding Agency about the multi-scale simulation of mechanical behavior of metals. The work will deal with the simulation of the deformation and fracture of metals as function of the microstructure using continuum approaches (Crystal Plasticity and Phase-field models using Finite Element and Fast Fourier transform based solvers). The work will be performed under the supervision of the Dr. Javier Segurado.
The optimum candidate should have the required Master or finish it this academic year in Materials science, Mechanical engineering, Applied Mathematics, Physics or similar.
A strong background in some following fields will be positive: