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Scope of Position:
Apply modeling to investigate fundamentals of brittle failure, and to address practical problems involving brittle failure.
Day to Day Responsibilities:
Work in a team environment to figure out materials and design changes to reduce probability of failure of glass and ceramic components. Investigate composition/processing/microstructure/property relationships in ceramics. Study fundamentals of failure, including the effect of composition and microstructure on resistance to failure. Incumbent is required to have deep expertise in modeling and numerical simulation, and will partner closely with experimentalists.
Travel Requirements: Occasional travel, including international.
Hours of work/work schedule/flex-time: Flex time with core hours 9:00-4:00.
Ph.D in materials science, applied mechanics, physics, or related disciplines. Exceptional candidates with a Master's degree and 3 years' experience will also be considered.
Required Years and Area of Experience: Master's candidates must have a minimum of 3 years' experience.
Strong foundation in physics and engineering science related to materials behavior.
Deep expertise in modeling and numerical simulation, including finite element analysis. Willingness to take on challenging problems, and persistence to follow through. Experience in working with experimentalists. Good communication skills.
Experimental experience, preferably in studying brittle materials behavior
Soft Skills (Communication/Team/Leadership):
Ability to work effectively in a diverse team environment. Ability to partner well with experimentalists. Inter-personal skills to participate in vigorous technical debate in a constructive manner.
Corning Incorporated is the world leader in specialty glass and ceramics. Drawing on more than 160 years of materials science and process...