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Position: Constellium Research Fellowship in Modelling and Simulation
Institution: Brunel University London
Department: Liquid Metal Engineering
Location: Uxbridge, London, United Kingdom
Duties: The successful candidate will work on the development of numerical models to optimise application of high-strength aluminium alloys in the manufacture of light-weight automotive structures. The work will include setup, implementation, and experimental verification of numerical models to simulate the relevant metallurgical processes, as well as participation in the analysis of downstream forming and joining processes for component manufacture. The work requires close interaction with other researchers in BCAST/AMCC/AMPC and research engineers from industry
Requirements: The candidate should have a PhD degree in Metallurgy, Materials Science, Mechanical Engineering, Physics, or a related field of science or engineering, with a sound background in numerical modelling. Research experience in modelling of metallurgical processes, as well as a working knowledge of simulation software are essential. In addition, the candidate should have good communication and presentation skills and be a team player
   
Text: Constellium Research Fellowship in Modelling and Simulation - 12480 Applications are invited for a postdoctoral research fellowship in modelling and simulation of materials processes in the Advanced Metal Processing Centre (AMPC) and the Advanced Metal Casting Centre (AMPC) of BCAST at Brunel University London. College / Directorate Brunel Centre for Advance Solidification Technology Department Liquid Metal Engineering Full Time / Part Time Full Time Posted Date 21/06/2018 Closing Date 23/07/2018 Ref No 920 Documents Job Description (PDF , 785kb) Full-time, fixed-term for 2 years Salary (Grade R1): £34,714 to £40,999 pa incl. London Weighting Applications are invited for a postdoctoral research fellowship in modelling and simulation of materials processes in the Advanced Metal Processing Centre (AMPC) and the Advanced Metal Casting Centre (AMPC) of BCAST at Brunel University London. BCAST is a speciality research centre focusing on solidification related research with an international reputation and is the host of the national centre of excellence in liquid metal engineering (the Future LiME Research Hub). Our research covers fundamental research, technological development and industrial applications in the field of solidification and materials processing. See www.brunel.ac.uk/bcast for more information. The AMCC and AMPC are new state-of-the-art scale-up facilities that bridge the gap between fundamental research and full-scale industrial production/manufacturing. These facilities are aimed at meeting the short, medium, and long term needs of the automotive industry, whilst providing a rapid prototyping capability for extruded profiles and components for OEM pre-development stages. The AMCC and AMPC form part of the Constellium University Technology Centre being established at Brunel. The successful candidate will work on the development of numerical models to optimise application of high-strength aluminium alloys in the manufacture of light-weight automotive structures. The work will include setup, implementation, and experimental verification of numerical models to simulate the relevant metallurgical processes, as well as participation in the analysis of downstream forming and joining processes for component manufacture. The work requires close interaction with other researchers in BCAST/AMCC/AMPC and research engineers from industry. The candidate should have a PhD degree in Metallurgy, Materials Science, Mechanical Engineering, Physics, or a related field of science or engineering, with a sound background in numerical modelling. Research experience in modelling of metallurgical processes, as well as a working knowledge of simulation software are essential. In addition, the candidate should have good communication and presentation skills and be a team player. Informal enquiries should be directed to Prof. H. Assadi ( hamid.assadi@brunel.ac.uk ) Closing date for applications: 23 July 2018
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