Fully Funded PhD Scholarship at The School Of Mechanical, Aerospace, And Manufacturing, University Of Connecticut, USA (Fall 2024, Spring 2025)

Thursday - 04/04/2024 22:23
The Department of Partnership and Engagement, HUST announces the fully funded PhD Scholarship at the School of Mechanical, Aerospace, and Manufacturing, University of Connecticut, USA (Fall 2024, Spring 2025).

Prof. Hongyi Xu, the PI of the Computational Engineering and Design Laboratory (CEaD), is recruiting PhD students with full financial support. The students will work on one of the below topics:
•    Deep learning-assisted predictive modeling and design of microstructures/structures.
•    Predictive modeling and uncertainty quantification of manufacturing processes.

The student can choose to start in Fall 2024 or Spring 2025.

If you are interested in design science, deep learning, and advanced manufacturing, visit the website for more information: https://hongyixu.lab.uconn.edu/

•    B.S. or M.S. degree in mechanical engineering, aerospace engineering, engineering mechanics, computer science, civil engineering, material science, or closely related fields.
•    Programming skills in Python and/or MATLAB.
•    Experience in conducting Finite Element Analysis is a plus.
•    Knowledge of statistical analysis and machine learning is a plus.
•    Self-motivated, strong interests in coding and quantitative methods.
•    No unexplained gaps in the CV.

How to apply:
1.    Fill in the form: https://forms.gle/v4uqsCP47Afg2mRHA
2.    Contact Prof. Xu for application at email hongyi.3.xu@uconn.edu

About Prof. Hongyi Xu:
Dr. Hongyi Xu joined the University of Connecticut in February 2019 as Assistant Professor in Mechanical Engineering. His research interests include design of mixed stochasticity systems, deep generative design of microstructure structures for Additive Manufacturing, stochastic microstructure modeling for energy storage systems, and uncertainty quantification. Dr. Xu is serving as associate editors for two international journals, editorial board member for one international journal, and Early Career Special Committee member and Newsletter editor of the International Society for Structural and Multidisciplinary Optimization (ISSMO). Dr. Xu has received the NSF CAREER Award, multiple Best Paper/Editor’s Choice paper awards from the ASME and the Tire Society, and multiple reviewer’s awards from ASME. Dr. Xu is an invited participant of the National Academy of Engineering EU-US Frontiers of Engineering symposium (60 of the most promising early career engineers from the US and EU were invited).

About the University of Connecticut (UConn):
UConn is a public land-grant research university in Storrs, Connecticut, USA. It is a flagship state university that ranked 58th in “Best National Universities” in the 2024 U.S. News & World Report. The university is classified among "R1: Doctoral Universities – Very high research activity". The university has been recognized as a Public Ivy, defined as a select group of publicly funded universities considered to provide a quality of education comparable to those of the Ivy League.

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