NY, New York
Oak Ridge, Tennessee
Hoboken, New Jersey
- PhD in materials science, chemical engineering, mechanical engineering, physics, applied mathematics, or related field.
- Knowledge in materials phase transitions and/or (electro)chemical kinetic mechanisms.
- Experience in mesoscale modeling and simulation techniques (e.g., (micro)kinetic modeling, etc.) and a background in surface/interfacial processes and phase transitions in materials.
- Experience with the phase-field method or comparable continuum modeling techniques.
- Experience with numerical methods for solving partial differential equations such as finite difference, finite element, and/or spectral methods.
- Experience writing computer codes and/or advanced numerical solvers.
- Ability to develop independent research projects demonstrated through publication of peer-reviewed journal articles.
- Proficient verbal and written communication skills as reflected in effective presentations at seminars, meetings and/or teaching lectures.
- Initiative and interpersonal skills with desire and ability to work in a collaborative, multidisciplinary team environment.
Qualifications We Desire
- Experience with FORTRAN, C/C++, and parallel computing.
- Experience in theoretical/computational studies of material microstructure evolution involving microelasticity effects and/or interfacial chemical reactions.
- Experience with developing quantitative, parameterized phase-field models for solid-state phase transformation of real materials systems.
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