Positions at Duke University
Applicants seeking a PhD or a postdotoral position (for a start date in 2021) are invited to contact Prof. Guilleminot to discuss available positions (please submit a detailed resume and names for 3 references). Topics of interest include data-driven and stochastic approaches for complex systems, inverse statistical problems, and multiscale methods (at large).
Candidates should have a strong interdisciplinary background (with a major in either Applied Mathematics, Mechanics or Materials Science), as well as solid knowledge and interest in one or several of the following areas:
- Computational Mathematics
- Data-driven Methods
- Multiscale Approaches (atomistic, continuum)
- Scientific Computing
- Solid Mechanics
- Stochastic Analysis and Uncertainty Quantification
Candidates interested to join the group at the Ph.D. level can review requirements for admission on the Duke University Pratt School of Engineering official portal.
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