The Modeling & Simulation Graduate Intern will support CCAM’s research programs. Graduate Interns will help to ensure that projects are delivered on time, on budget, and with a high standard of quality.
IN THIS POSITION YOU WILL:
Improve skills related to numerical analysis of complex manufacturing processes through:
- The modeling of LPBF and DeD deposition processes
- Participating in the design of experiments for developing, updating and validating process model
Improve technical communication skills through:
- Formatting and formal reporting and presentation of results
Academic Major OR Area of Focus: Mechanical Engineering, Materials Science and Engineering, Modeling and Simulation
Completed Coursework: Physics 1 &2, Differential Equations, Mathematical Methods in Materials Research, Powder Processing, Structures and Properties of Materials
Technical Skills: ANSYS, COMSOL or any other commercial FEA package
*This position requires access to technology or intellectual property that is subject to export control requirements. Candidates must be qualified for such access without an export control license.
- Work independently towards an established goal without continuous oversight or assistance.
- Quickly grasp key concepts needed to attack difficult engineering and manufacturing problems.
- Maintain a positive, team-first mentality.
- Take ownership of projects.
- Development and application of scientific principles.
- Innovative, creative, technically complicated problem solving.
- Working outside of your comfort zone.
- Having fun while learning new things!
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