Phd Intern numerical simulation for additive manufacturing process
Posted on 11/8/2023
Technology & print production products
Hewlett Packard’s mission is to engineer experiences that amaze for everyone everywhere through their technology ranging from personal systems, printers, and 3D printing solutions to inspire meaningful progress. The company is committed to delivering great products and services for diverse customer needs while also pushing forward humanitarian efforts.
Palo Alto, California
Growth & Insights
6 month growth↑ 28%
1 year growth↑ 3%
2 year growth↑ 7%
Palo Alto, CA, USA
- Currently a PhD student from a reputable research group in the areas of numerical methods, finite element simulation, computational physics, computational mechanics, or other relevant disciplines.
- Solid background on finite element methods and solid mechanics, in particular, knowledge on viscoelastic viscoplastic materials.
- Solid capabilities in creating and developing computational simulation programs. Expert knowledge on using open-source finite element engines. Experiences with DEAL.II library is a big plus.
- Skilled in C++ programing. Skilled in CPU parallelism. Capability in GPGPU is a big plus.
- Developing multi-scale multi-physics simulation tool expanding the voxel physics simulation engines we have developed to address new types of material sciences and address new types of 3D printing applications.