As part of a collaborative project between different industrial partners, research center and Universities, the main objective of the post-doctoral position will be to develop methodologies in the context of stochastic simulations.
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Projet Region Wallone
Presentation of host institution and host laboratory
Université de Liège
The LTAS-Computational & Multiscale Mechanics of Materials (CM3) laboratory is part of the Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering Department at the University of Liège.
The candidate should have a PhD degree in computational mechanics with solid knowledge of continuous mechanics and numerical methods.
Good programming skills in in-house finite element tools are required (Applicants having used software they did not (contribute to) develop during their PhD will not be considered).
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