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Job Posting: Erasmus Mundus Joint Doctorate SEED program

November 17, 2014

The Erasmus Mundus Joint Doctorate SEED provides in-depth training in the development and implementation of new state-of-the-art computational techniques for the modelling and solution of cutting-edge engineering problems in industry. Research will be carried out one or more up-to-date techniques such as:

  • Discontinuous Galerkin (DG)
  • Fluid Structure Interaction (FI)
  • Isogeometric analysis
  • X-FEM
  • Mesh-free methods
  • Mortar Methods
  • Error estimation
  • Multi-scale analysis
  • Mesh generation


SEED program aims to meet industry current needs, where early product prototyping and development is now entirely carried out through numerical modelling, prior to physical experimentation of a few selected designs. The complexities of such models require new computational approaches, which are the main focus of SEED research activities.

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  • Christ Church - £5,922 accommodation allowance per annum
  • St John's - £5,775 accommodation allowance per annum
  • Merton - £10,000 accommodation allowance per annum
  • Christ Church - £5,922 accommodation allowance per annum
  • St John's - £5,775 accommodation allowance per annum
  • Merton - £10,000 accommodation allowance per annum
  • Christ Church - £5,922 accommodation allowance per annum
  • St John's - £5,775 accommodation allowance per annum
  • Merton - £10,000 accommodation allowance per annum
  • Christ Church - £5,922 accommodation allowance per annum
  • St John's - £5,775 accommodation allowance per annum
  • Merton - £10,000 accommodation allowance per annum
  • Christ Church - £5,922 accommodation allowance per annum
  • St John's - £5,775 accommodation allowance per annum
  • Merton - £10,000 accommodation allowance per annum
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