M-2379 COMPUTATIONAL MECHANICS ENGINEER
2 years contract | Fulltime/40h | Bascharage
Are you passionate about research? So are we! Come and join us
The Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST) is a Research and Technology Organization (RTO) active in the fields of materials, environment, and IT. By transforming scientific knowledge into technologies, smart data and tools, LIST empowers citizens in their choices, public authorities in their decisions and businesses in their strategies.
You ‘d like to contribute as an Engineer? Join our Materials Research Department
At the Structural Composites (SC) research Unit of the Materials Research Department (MRT), we set out to develop and introduce to the market cutting-edge research and innovations in the field of composite materials, structures, and manufacturing processes. Such innovation takes advantage from the integrated efforts of several technologies proposed by the SC unit of the MRT, the most notably multiscale modelling and simulation, microstructure analysis and interface engineering. We plan to lead in the structural composite materials field by returning to the fundamentals of great design – where every decision we make is in service of the individual and environment.
Come work alongside some of the most accomplished minds in the composite materials fields. Beyond providing competitive salaries, we’re providing a community for innovators who want to make an immediate and significant impact in the field. If you are driven to create a better, more sustainable future, then this is the right place for you.
We are currently seeking a Computational mechanics engineer or scientist. This position requires an experienced professional with fair understanding of the composite materials modelling and simulation. You will be expected to demonstrate excellence in your respective fields, to possess the ability to learn quickly and to strive for perfection within a fast-paced environment. This role is open to all levels of experience.
How will you contribute?
You will be mainly in charge of:
- Development of original numerical models and implementation in non- commercial computing codes,
- Lead the use, development, and application of appropriate computational methods to use - focus is structural mechanics modeling & simulation.
- Be responsible for, but not limited to, generating multiple CAE concepts and workflows.
- Be responsible on the integration of the developed simulation workflows
- Perform Multi-physical CAE analyses at the sub-system and component level
- Perform correlation studies between test data and CAE data and make assessments on how to improve modeling and analyses techniques.
- Publish work in scientific journals and present it at technical symposia.
Is Your profile described below? Are you our future colleague? Apply now!
- Master's or PhD degree in mechanical engineering, Computational Mechanics Engineering, or directly related engineering degree with experience.
Experience and skills
- Experience running codes in computational solid mechanics
- Experience developing algorithms for computational solid mechanics
- First experience in data-driven computational mechanics
- Capacity to successfully integrate and contribute to the group and research unit projects
- Ability to work in a team
- Good command of the English language.
Your LIST benefits
- An organization with a passion for impact and strong RDI partnerships in Luxembourg and Europe that works on responsible and independent research projects;
- Sustainable by design, empowering our belief that we play an essential role in paving the way to a green society;
- Innovative infrastructures and exceptional labs occupying more than 5,000 square metres, including innovations such as our Viswall, high-scale incubators and top of the range 3D/4D printings that are part of our toolkit for excelling in all we do;
- Multicultural and international work environment with more than 45 nationalities represented in our workforce;
- Diverse and inclusive work environment empowering our people to fulfil their personal and professional ambitions;
- Gender-friendly environment with multiple actions to attract, develop and retain women in science;
- 32 days’ paid annual leave, 11 public holidays, flexible working hours, 13-month salary, statutory health insurance and access to lunch vouchers;
- Personalized learning programme to foster our staff’s soft and technical skills;
- An environment encouraging curiosity, innovation, and entrepreneurship in all areas.
Your application must include:
- A motivation letter oriented towards the position and detailing your experience;
- A scientific CV with contact details;
- List of publications (and patents, if applicable);
- Contact details of 2 references.
Please note that by applying you consent to share your application with committee selection members from ”STARRI”.
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