PhD position(s) available at School of Engineering, RMIT University, Australia
(Posted on March 29, 2016)
A strong interest/background in the general area of mechanical behaviour of metals is desired. The candidate(s) will work with a theoretical and experimental team at School of Engineering, RMIT University, Australia. Understandable written and communication skills in English are necessary. IELTS (6.0 each band with 2 years validity) or equivalency is required for the international candidate from non-English undergraduate study. Email CV, transcript, a short proposal (4 A4 pages) for a scholarship assessment.
School of Engineering
RMIT University, Australia
Multiple Faculty Positions
Nano Structural Materials Center, Nanjing University of Science and Technology, China
(Posted on March 26, 2016)
The mission of NSMC is to become a world-class center in fundamental research on materials science and to develop and commercialize nanotechnologies. The fundamental research includes processing of nanostructured and gradient materials, deformation mechanisms, mechanics, mechanical properties, thermal stability, corrosion resistance, wear resistance, fatigue, and computational simulations. The nanotechnology development includes design of new alloys, new nanotechnology conception and scale-up, and new equipment design and manufacturing. NSMC is operated with an approach similar to what is in a western research university. It has established collaborations with many distinguished research groups and scientists internationally and in China. It has also established a first-class experimental facility.
NSMC is recruiting outstanding researchers in the area of nanostructured and gradient materials from both China and abroad. It invites applications for multiple faculty positions at all ranks. Highly qualified candidates are also eligible to apply for various distinguished faculty positions including the Zijin (??) Scholar position from the University, the Distinguished (??) Professorship and the Innovation Scholar (??) Professorship from Jiangsu province, as well as the Qianren (??) Professorship from the central government. Candidates are sought with interests and expertise including, but not limited to:
Corrosion, wear and fatigue of nanostructured and gradient materials
Processing of nanostructured and gradient materials
Advanced materials characterization (HRTEM, etc)
Candidates with a Ph.D. in materials science and engineering or a related field from a Western research university is preferred. Postdoctoral experience for two years or longer is a plus. Candidates for senior positions are required to have a strong track record of innovative research, high-quality publications, high number of citations, leadership and high standing in the academic community.
For information, write to Prof. Yuntian Zhu at email@example.com
Graduate Student Positions
Deakin University, Australia
(Posted on June 25, 2015)
There is an opportunity to do PhD in Deakin University (Australia) in areas of severe plastic deformation of Mg-Re alloys, TWIP steels and other novel materials. Deakin University offers a number of postgraduate research scholarships each year on competitive base. For information write to Prof. Rimma Lapovok at firstname.lastname@example.org.
National University of Technology MISIS, Moscow
(Posted on May 28, 2014)
The National University of Technology is calling for international <<MISIS>> grant competition to support young scientists with international background to conduct joint researches in a scientific research area for two years. Two of the areas for this competition are Nanotechnology and New Materials. More information can be found in the call here. Interested can contact Prof. Yuri Estrin for more information at email@example.com.
LOS ALAMOS NATIONAL LABORATORY
(Posted on July 25, 2012)
Materials Science and Technology Division at Los Alamos National Laboratory is seeking a post-doctoral candidate in the area of materials theory, modeling, and simulation at lower length scales, with an emphasis on the atomic scale and meso scale. A successful applicant will be expected to develop atomistic simulations, dislocation models, and analytical models for understanding and predicting mechanical behavior of interfaces. He/She will work with a theoretical and experimental team of scientists at Los Alamos National Laboratory. A Ph.D. in Solid Mechanics, Materials Science and Engineering, Physics or a related field is required. The candidate must be within 5 years of completion of Ph.D. at time of being proposed for review by the committee, and will have completed all Ph.D. requirements by commencement of appointment. Outstanding candidates may be eligible for a LANL Director's Fellowship or other Distinguished Fellowships. All post-doctoral appointments are for two years and are renewable for a third year. Candidates with strong background / experience in one or more of the following areas are invited to apply: (1) dislocation theory; (2) computer modeling / atomistic simulation/ dislocation dynamics of deformation processes in solids at the dislocation level; (3) crystal plasticity; (4) engineering or continuum mechanics. A strong background in the general area of mechanical behavior of metals is desired. Excellent written and communication skills in English are required. U.S. citizenship is not required.
E-mail CV with a detailed publication list and names and addresses of 4 references to Dr. Jian Wang (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Postdoctoral Research Associate
School of Aerospace, Mechanical and Mechatronic Engineering (ref. No. 1955/1111)
(Posted on Jan. 15, 2012)
We currently seek a Postdoctoral Research Associate to work on an ARC funded project. This project aims to apply state-of-the-art in-situ deformation transmission electron microscopy techniques to reveal how crystalline defects in nanostructured metals and alloys interact with each other and to link directly the interactions with the mechanical behaviour of the materials. The results will enable structural design of advanced metallic materials with optimum mechanical properties.
This is an opportunity to work closely with Associate Professor Xiaozhou Liao and conduct research at the Centre for Advanced Materials Technology (CAMT) within the school. You will be part of a school which has a high international profile for its quality research over a wide field in materials characterisation and processing, nanotechnology, advanced manufacturing, solid mechanics and biotechnology.
Having completed a PhD in Material Science (or relevant area), you will have extensive experience in transmission electron microscopy (TEM) with a solid background and understanding in the structure and mechanical properties of materials.
The project will bring a cutting-edge technique to Australian science that adds an important arm to our already prominent research strengths in materials science, and will provide Australian scientists greater capability to understand and design advanced materials.
The position is full-time fixed-term for three years subject to completion of a satisfactory probation and confirmation period for new appointees. Membership of a University approved superannuation scheme is a condition of appointment.
Remuneration package: approx. $92K p.a. (including Level A6 base salary, leave loading and 17% employer’s contribution to superannuation). Some assistance towards relocation cost and visa sponsorship will be available if required.
All applications must be submitted via the University of Sydney careers website. Visit sydney.edu.au/positions and search by the reference number for more information and to apply.
CLOSING DATE: 14 February 2012 (11:30pm Sydney time) or until a successful individual has been identified.
Academic Positions (Level B-E) -
Multiple Positions: Professor / Associate Professor / Senior Lecturer / Lecturer
Melbourne School of Engineering, The University of Melbourne
Successful applicants will be expected to contribute to the Melbourne School of Engineering in teaching, research, engagement and leadership:
They will teach in the Master of Engineering program, Advanced Masters and into the pathway New Generation Degree program subjects. They will supervise research higher degree students and post-doctoral researchers. They will undertake research of national and international significance, publish the outcomes of their research in leading journals and with leading publishers, and apply for grants in their area of research expertise. They will contribute to knowledge transfer through dissemination of their research and engagement with the community at a local, national and/or global level. They will contribute to the administration of the School and/or University, in committee or other responsibilities, as directed by the Dean or the Dean’s delegate.
Postdoctoral Researcher in Mesoscale Materials Modeling
Argonne National laboratory
(Posted on Nov. 16, 2010)
The recently formed Computational Microstructure Science group of the Materials Science Division at Argonne National Laboratory has an immediate opening for a Postdoctoral Appointee in the area of atomistically-informed mesoscale modeling of materials. The successful appointee will develop mesoscale computational approaches based on the phase-field model and perform simulations to predict dynamic microstructure evolution processes, including the concurrent effects of irradiation on void and fission-gas behavior, grain growth, kinetics and solid-state diffusion, crack nucleation and deformation in polycrystalline metals, alloys and metal oxides. We seek outstanding candidates with a ph.D. in a theoretical discipline, such as condensed-matter physics, materials science, statistical mechanics or a related engineering field. Hands-on experience in computer code development and good skills in oral and written communication are required. Only candidates within three years of completion of their Ph.D. are eligible; U.S. citizenship is not required. Interested candidates should send a detailed CV, along with a list of publications, and the names and addresses of three references, through the Argonne web site as instructed at http://www.anl.gov/jobs under Postdoctoral/Predoctoral Openings, Division Postdoctoral Appointments. Refer to requisition number 317107 MSD. Questions can be addressed to Dr. Dieter Wolf, Materials Science Division, Argonne National Laboratory, Argonne, IL 60439, by e-mail to email@example.com. Argonne is a U.S. Department of Energy laboratory managed by UChicago Argonne, LLC. Argonne is an equal opportunity employer, and we value diversity in our workforce.
Los Alamos National laboratory
(Posted on Oct. 13, 2010)
Materials Science and Technology Division at Los Alamos National Laboratory is seeking a post-doctoral candidate in the area of materials theory, modeling, and simulation at lower length scales, with an emphasis on the atomic scale. A successful applicant will be expected to develop atomistic simulation and analytical models for understanding and predicting interface behavior under extreme mechanical conditions of high strains and/or strain rates. A Ph.D. in Solid Mechanics, Materials Science and Engineering, Physics or a related field is required. The candidate must be within five years of completion of a Ph.D. Outstanding candidates may be eligible for a LANL Director's Fellowship or other Distinguished Fellowships. All post-doctoral appointments are for two years and are renewable for a third year. Candidates with a strong background/experience in one or more of the following areas are invited to apply: (1) dislocation theory, (2) computer modeling/atomistic simulation of deformation processes in solids at the dislocation level, (3) crystal plasticity, and (4) engineering or continuum mechanics. A strong background in the general area of mechanical behavior of metals is desired. Excellent writing and communication skills in English are required. U.S. citizenship is not required.
To apply, send CV and the contact information of three references via email to Dr. Irene Beyerlein at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Los Alamos National laboratory
(Posted on March 15, 2010)
A postdoctoral position is available at Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) in the broadly defined area of dynamic properties of materials,Êincluding plasticity, fracture/damage, constitutive laws and phase transitions under high strain rate loading such as gas gun or laser driven shock waves. Candidates with expertise in dynamic experiments (e.g., advanced optical or X-ray diagnostics, and SEM and HR-TEM characterization), molecular dynamics, continuum or multiscale modeling are encouraged to apply. Exceptional candidates will be considered for prestigious fellowships at LANL. Female and minority candidates are particularly welcome.
To apply, send CV and the contact information of three references via email to Dr. Shengnian Luo at email@example.com.
Research Associate (Postdoctoral Researcher), (Ref: PHME-03)
Madrid Institute for Advanced Studies of Materials
(Posted on Dec. 23, 2009)
The selected candidate will work under the supervision of the project leader (M. Teresa Pérez-Prado) and in collaboration with the Antolín Group on mapping the development of novel phases in cast Mg alloys as a function of composition and cooling rate. The microstructures will be related to the mechanical behavior of the cast materials.
Starting date: As soon as the position is filled.
Requirements: PhD Degree in Materials Engineering, Metallurgy, or any relevant discipline pertaining to the project; Fluent English (oral and written)
Preference: Experience in materials processing (preferably casting), microstructure characterization and/or mechanical testing will be recognized. Fluent English (oral and written) is required.
Conditions: Contract with full social security coverage.
Gross Salary: Depending on candidate
Contact: Interested candidates please send your CV indicating the job reference to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Materials Engineering Department
(posted on Nov. 3, 2009)
The ARC Centre of Excellence for Design in Light Metals is currently seeking to appoint a Research Fellow to work at Monash University.
The position will involve the conduct of research in the areas of
To succeed in this position, the successful applicant must have a PhD in mechanical engineering and/or materials science, a strong theoretical and practical knowledge of extrusion and hydraulic rigs design and particularities and excellent practical experimental skills. Relevant industrial or academic postdoctoral experience would be advantageous. To apply, contact:
Dr. Rimma Lapovok
Materials Engineering Department
Monash University, Clayton, Vic, 3800
Metallurgist Research Engineer
Carpenter Technology Corporation
(posted on Sept. 15, 2009)
Due to the growth of our business, Carpenter Technology Corporation, a global leader in the manufacture and distribution of specialty materials, seeks an innovative and aggressive individual for their Research and Development Group headquartered in Reading, PA. The results-oriented professional selected must have experience in materials characterization including microstructure and both mechanical and physical metallurgy.
In this position the candidate selected will support development of Leading Edge Technology projects.
A four year college degree in Metallurgical Engineering, Materials Science or Mechanical Engineering is required. Experience in any of the following areas is preferred: Metal deformation; Mechanical Testing; Electron Microscopy; characterization of ultra-fine grain-materials. Minimum two years post academic Industrial or R&D experience is preferred. Direct entry from an academic environment with expertise relating to identified Leading Edge Technology projects at either a Bachelors or Masters level, is possible.
We offer a competitive compensation package and challenging growth opportunities. For consideration, please send a cover letter along with your resume and salary requirements
Carpenter Technology Corporation
Attn: Employment Building 137
Reading, Pa. 19612-4662
To apply go to:
An Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/D/V.
Los Alamos National Laboratory
(posted on Aug. 4, 2009)
Theoretical Division at Los Alamos National Laboratory is seeking a post-doctoral candidate in the area of materials theory, modeling, and simulation at lower length scales, with an emphasis on the atomic scale. A successful applicant will be expected to develop atomistic simulation and analytical models for understanding and predicting interface behavior under extreme mechanical conditions of high strains and/or strain rates. He/She will work with a theoretical and experimental team of scientists within a new Energy Frontier Research Center, entitled Extreme Environment-Tolerant Materials via Atomic Scale Design of Interfaces. A Ph.D. in Solid Mechanics, Physics, Materials Science and Engineering or a related field is required. The candidate must be within 5 years of completion of Ph.D. at time of being proposed for review by the committee, and will have completed all Ph.D. requirements by commencement of appointment. Outstanding candidates may be eligible for a LANL Director's Fellowship or other Distinguished Fellowships. All post-doctoral appointments are for two years and are renewable for a third year. Candidates with strong background / experience in one or more of the following areas are invited to apply: (1) dislocation theory; (2) computer modeling / atomistic simulation of deformation processes in solids at the dislocation level; (3) crystal plasticity; (4) engineering or continuum mechanics. A strong background in the general area of mechanical behavior of metals is desired. Excellent written and communication skills in English are required. U.S. citizenship is not required.
E-mail CV with a detailed publication list and names and addresses of 4 references to Drs. Irene
Beyerlein (email@example.com) and Tim Germann (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Department of Mechanical Engineering,
Melbourne School of Engineering
(posted on June 23, 2009)
This position, associated with the newly established Defence Materials Technology Centre, requires you to carry out applied research on advanced materials and processes with emphasis on bulk nanostructured alloys and severe plastic deformation (SPD) processing.
Salary: $51,707 - $70,167 p.a. (Research Fellow Level A) or $73,863 - $87,710 p.a. (Research Fellow Level B) plus 9% superannuation. Level of appointment is subject to
qualifications and experience. Job No: 0021514.
For position information and to apply online go to www.hr.unimelb.edu.au/careers, click on ‘Job Search’ and search under the job title or job number.
Postdoc Research Fellow on HREM
Department of Materials Science and Engineering
North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC, USA
(posted on June 2, 2009)
The Department of Materials Science and Engineering of North Carolina State University expect to have a postdoctoral position on high resolution transmission electron microscopy (HREM). The candidate is expected to have sound background and some experience on chracterizing crystalline defects in nanocrystalline/nanostructured materials. To apply, send your CV with publicaiton record to Prof. Yuntian Zhu at email@example.com .