We are pleased to share this announcement of a PhD student position from our Journal Editor-in-Chief, Professor Vladimir Vantsevich.
Vehicle Road, Off-Road and Aero-Dynamics, Inverse Dynamics Problems and Control
The Vehicle and Robotics Engineering Laboratory in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Alabama at Birmingham is searching for a PhD student to work on a 4-year NSF-funded project beginning in the fall semester of 2019.
Candidates with a strong knowledge in road dynamics/design and aero-dynamics of trucks, inverse dynamics problems, and advanced controls are encouraged to submit their applications. Knowledge in CFD modeling and hands-on skills in experimental testing and vehicle design would be an additional plus.
Send your cover letter and a two-page CV with three names and contact information of your references to Prof. Vladimir Vantsevich, email@example.com before July 1, 2019. Remember to provide your GPA information, GRE and TOEFL for international applicants, and additionally describe the level of your skills in MATLAB/Simulink, NI LabVIEW (or other data acquisition), and mathematical skills in inverse problems.
Vladimir V. Vantsevich, ScD, PhD, ASME Fellow
Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering
Director, Vehicle and Robotics Engineering Laboratory
Editor-in-Chief | Journal of Terramechanics
The University of Alabama at Birmingham