Two PhD openings in Computational Solid Mechanics

The Computational Mechanics and Methods Group (CM3) in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Kentucky is seeking highly self-motivated individuals who have great interests in the broad research area of computational mechanics and methods. Ideal applicants should have strong background in solid mechanics and great interests in computational modeling & simulation using nonlocal meshfree/meshless methods, such as peridynamics. Related research experience in impact modeling and simulation is a plus. More information about the research group can be found at here. Although these openings are desired for the 2021 Fall semester, applications for 2022 Spring/Fall semester will also be considered. Successful applicants will be provided with competitive stipend, tuition wavier, and health insurance.

Interested individuals should send a detailed CV and both undergraduate and graduate transcripts to Dr. Chen at

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