Offre de Pos-doctorat : « 3D numerical modeling of ultrasonic wave propagation during heat treating of superalloys » MSSMat, CentraleSupélec, (CNRS, Université Paris-Saclay)
Description of MSSMat Laboratory
The research scope of MSSMat ranges from mechanical experiments to theoretical and numerical modelings of the mechanical behavior of structures and materials at various scales. The scientific policy of the laboratory aims at a proper balance between fundamental innovative developments and effective, robust and solidly founded answers to practical industrial proble ms within complex societal issues. One of two permanent teams, called « Digital Science and Engineering (DSE) team » and involving about ten researchers, is devoted to modeling and numerical simulation. Its strengths hinge on two points: putting forward appropriate models for specific mechanical media and developing well-suited, efficient and innovativenumerical methods. To reach these challenging goals, MSSMat fully takes advantage of the CentraleSupélec and ENS Paris-Saclay’s Moulon Mesocentre environments and keeps on promoting HighPerformance Computing (HPC).
Duration: 12 months
Location: MSSMat, CentraleSupélec, 3 rue Joliot-Curie, 91190 Gif-sur-Yvette, France
Beginning of contract: The position is available from January 2019 or as soon as possible hereafter
Permanent researchers in the project team: B. Tie (CR CNRS, HDR, MSSMat), D. Solas (MCF, ICMMO), A.-S. Mouronval (IR, MSSMat), J.-H. Schmitt (Pr., MSSMat), D. Aubry (Pr.,MSSMat).
Educational qualifications/Required skills:
Candidates should have a recent PhD degree (obtained preferably after January 2017) in Computational Mechanics, Material Science, Applied Mathematics or a related field, and have a strong background of finite element methods, wave propagation in solid media. Skills in C++ and parallel programming (MPI) will be appreciated.
Application and Contact:
Applications (in French or English) should consist of a cover letter describing how your experience and background meet the requirements for this position, a current and detailed CV, a list of publications, and at least two reference letters, and should be sent to Bing Tie (firstname.lastname@example.org).