Research Associate (PhD in Mechanics, Materials Science) to work in IMDEA in a project focused on the Crystal plasticity modeling of SLM fabricated Ti alloys.
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A crystal plasticity constitutive model for Ti6Al4V will be developed and implemented as an abaqus-UMAT subroutine. The model will be used to simulate the response of polycrystalline microstructures fabricated by Selective Laser Melting (SLM), using the software FFTMAD developed at IMDEA. The microstructures under consideration will be generated using the data extracted in the experimental characterization of thin laminas and lattice structures fabricated by SLM.
PhD in mechanics or Materials Engineering.
Fluent English (written and oral) is a must.
1 year contract. Contract with full social security coverage. Salary depending on previous experience and credentials
Applications are processed upon reception. The position might be closed once ten working days have passed since publication, so we encourage early application.
The working language of the Institute is English. Full command of the English language is required in all positions.
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