IHPC is seeking highly motivated research scientists to conduct research and to develop numerical simulations in support of analysis of structures under high speed impact and shock and to guide design of optimal structures. The new staff is required to develop capabilities in mechanics through theoretical analysis and numerical simulations.
The successful candidate will be involved in ideation, creation and development decision supporting techniques and systems and the role includes:
The successful candidate will have the exciting opportunity to work in various projects and will have access to the latest state of the art numerical technologies.
- Investigate, identify and develop new concepts and models for naval and off-shore structures considering application and manufacturing environment
- Skillful in numerical code and usage of large computational environments
- Understanding the naval and offshore structural design, and in providing innovative methods to simulate the response of structures under different loading conditions.
- Any other additional responsibilities as assigned from time to time.
- Ph.D degree in applied mechanics (Solid Mechanics and Computational Mechanics) or the related field such as degree in Mechanical or Structural Engineering.
- Knowledge in foundations of continuum and structural mechanics.
- Knowledge in numerical modelling methods for differential equations (finite element method) and design optimization.
- Experience with Finite Element and CAD software (e.g. LS-Dyna Abaqus, Ansys, AutoCad, Solidworks).
- Knowledge of naval architecture and design is desirable
- Programming skills, preferably in Fortran, Matlab and python, Familiar with Linux OS will be advantageous
- Candidate should be highly talented and motivated.
- Strong communication skills and curiosity to solve challenging problems. Study of numerical methods for specific research areas such as structural dynamic and impact, shock wave propagation within media and structure, fluid-structure interaction.
- Work on projects using simulation software.
- Write technical reports, present research results at local/overseas conferences, and publish journal papers.