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PhD position: modelling long-term behaviour of packaging seals – University of Twente, Enschede (the Netherlands)

May 13th, 2018|Categories: Modeling & Simulation, PhD, Vacancies|Tags: , , , , |

Introduction According to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (2017), annually one third of the globally produced food for human consumption (1.3 billion tonnes), gets lost or is wasted. If we can prevent food waste, sufficient food is produced to feed the world, and improved packaging concepts will play a big role in achieving this, be it through improved packaging materials, better sealing, or better sensing that allows monitoring of decay processes occurring inside the package. Sealing and closing of plastic packaging may be applied very widely, but micro leakages occur in 1-4% of the packages, and [...]

PhD position: Multi-phase interfacial models for multi-phase steels – Eindhoven University of Technology, Eindhoven (the Netherlands)

February 16th, 2018|Categories: Modeling & Simulation, PhD, Vacancies|Tags: , , , , |

Introduction PhD Student position Micromechanical modelling and experimental analysis of advanced high strength steels (AHHS). Two PhD vacancies are available in the Mechanics of Materials group led by Prof. Marc Geers ( The candidates will be co-supervised by Dr. Ron Peerlings, Dr. Johan Hoefnagels, Dr. Varvara Kouznetsova and Prof. Marc Geers. These PhD projects form a part of the Digitally Enhanced New Steel Product Development (DENS) program, in which Tata Steel Europe, Materials innovation institute (M2i) and several academic partners collaborate to enable the development of new generations of advanced materials for e.g. the automotive industry.We are looking for the [...]