Post Doctoral Fellow in Aerospace Engineering
Post Doctoral Fellow
- To provide high quality research support and undertake internationally competitive research aimed at publication thereby contributing to the academic and research mission of the University.
- Since the Postdoctoral, experience is transitional to becoming an independent researcher or faculty member, the Postdoctoral tries their best to acquire the varied skills necessary to advance their career with guidance from the advisor. These skills include, but are not limited to, the ability to present research plans and findings in a convincing style, both in oral and written modes of communication, the ability to understand research group management and supervision of others, the ability to establish contacts and network with colleagues pursuing a similar research agenda, the ability to organize and teach a class or a course if more inclined towards a teaching career.
3. Key Roles & Responsibilities
Design and Manufacturing of Composite, Developing Testing setup, Develop Analytical and Finite Element Model
4. Qualifications & Experience
Candidates should hold a Ph.D. in Aerospace Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Materials Science, Civil Engineering, Biomedical Engineering or other relevant Engineering disciplines
Candidates should hold a Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering, Materials Science, or other relevant Engineering discipline. Applicants should demonstrate research capabilities in one of the core area such as continuum mechanics, mechanics of composite, constitutive modeling, finite element analysis, Candidates with research experience related to design, manufacturing and testing of fiber reinforced composite and finite element analysis will be considered with higher priority. Fluency in English is required
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Primary Location: KUK – Khalifa University
Job: Post Doctoral Fellow
Job Type: Full-time