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              英國利茲大學2023年招聘博士后職位(連續體建模)

              時間:2023-12-05來源:博士研究生招聘網

              英國利茲大學2023年招聘博士后職位(連續體建模)

              利茲大學(University of Leeds),是一所位于英國利茲的公立綜合研究型大學,是世界百強名校、英國紅磚大學。

              利茲大學是羅素大學集團,世界大學聯盟、國際大學氣候聯盟、歐洲大學協會、英聯邦大學協會、中英大學工程教育與研究聯盟、RENKEI、N8大學聯盟、白玫瑰大學聯盟成員。

              利茲大學的前身是成立于1874年的約克郡科學院,1884年與利茲醫學院(成立于1831年)合并為約克郡學院,1887年與歐文斯學院(曼徹斯特大學的前身)和利物浦大學學院(利物浦大學的前身)組建聯邦制維多利亞大學。1904年愛德華七世頒布皇家憲章,正式成立利茲大學。

              利茲大學位列2024QS世界大學排名第75位。

              Research Fellow in Continuum Modelling

              University of Leeds

              Job Description

              Are you an ambitious researcher looking for development of your research profile in an exciting new area of continuum mechanics? Do you want to further your career in one of the UKs leading research-intensive Universities?

              We are looking for a Research Fellow to join our project developing continuum modelling approaches in a new direction of continuum mechanics addressing the fluid dynamics of polycrystalline materials.

              The project is funded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council. You will work with the lead Investigator, Dr Sam Pegler, on developing a new continuum approach in an exciting new area in modelling the dynamics of polycrystalline materials using continuum mathematics. The aim is to develop and explore new mathematical models describing the flow and evolution of polycrystalline materials. Such materials are ubiquitous, forming the majority of the rocks and minerals of the Solid Earth, as well as ice, a material fundamental to our natural environment. The role will require formulating a new general modelling framework and solution methods by coupling partial differential equations describing the evolution of the material’s crystal microstructure to those describing its macroscopic viscous flow.

              You will have a PhD in Mathematics, Physics, or a related discipline, with a strong background in continuum mechanics, including mathematical and/or numerical simulation approaches in continuum mechanics. Familiarity with non-Newtonian fluid mechanics would be helpful but not required. You will have the ability to conduct independent research and develop a track record of publications in international journals. In addition, you will have good communication and team-working skills.

              To explore the post further or for any queries you may have, please contact:

              Dr Sam Pegler, Lecturer, School of Mathematics

              Email: S.Pegler@leeds.ac.uk

              Location: Leeds - Main Campus

              Faculty/Service: Faculty of Engineering & Physical Sciences

              School/Institute: School of Mathematics

              Category: Research

              Grade: Grade 7

              Salary: £37,099 to £44,263 p.a.

              Due to funding restrictions, an appointment will not be made higher than £39,347 p.a.

              Working Time: 37.5 hours per week

              Post Type: Full Time

              Contract Type: Fixed Term (Until 14 October 2024 - Completing a specific task)

              Release Date: Wednesday 29 November 2023

              Closing Date: Sunday 31 December 2023

              Reference: EPSMA1100

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