OPORTUNITY FOR RESEARCH POSITIONS AT CDRSP

OPORTUNITY FOR  RESEARCH POSITIONS AT CDRSP OPORTUNITY FOR  RESEARCH POSITIONS AT CDRSP

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OPORTUNITY FOR RESEARCH POSITIONS AT CDRSP

The Centre for Rapid and Sustainable Product Development (CDRSP) of the Polytechnic Institute of Leiria intend to hire, in a short time, 15 to 25 new collaborators within scientific grants. These grants are available for people with a degree and Master degree or PhD Degree on Mechanical Engineering and related areas; Material Engineering and related areas; Physics Engineering and related areas; Chemical Engineering and related areas; Biomechanics, Biotechnology and related areas; Electronic Engineering and related areas; Computed Engineering and related areas, Product Design and related areas, Mathematics and related areas, Civil Engineering and related areas and Aeronautics Engineering and related areas.

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Send an email with your CV to our human resources department through the e-mail:

research.fellows.cdrsp@ipleiria.pt

 


 

Two positions available on the Project Stimuli2BioScaffold – Stimuli optimization for BioScaffolds: from numerical modelling to in vitro tests funded by the Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology (FCT).

 

 

Goal of the Project: Tissue engineering is playing a key role on the regeneration of cartilage or bone tissues. Stimuli2BioScaffolds intends to contribute to this research area. It main objectives are: i) to develop a new finite element-based framework (FEMf) that allow the optimization of stimulation parameters (mechanical, electrical and magnetic) of in vitro culture seeded on bioscaffolds, placed at a bioreactor, for later implantation, ii) to design and assemble a new bioreactor, iii) to validate the FEMf and the bioreactor using in vitro studies. PhDr and PhD student will be involved in the above tasks. They will be integrated on the multidisciplinary team of CDRSP-IPLeiria in particularly with the Computational and Mathematical Methods and Biofabrication.

 

Principal Investigator (PI) of the project: Paula Pascoal-Faria | CDRSP | ESTG-IPLeiria.

 

PhD student + Hired (PhDr) in Mathematics/Physics or Engineering, experience in programming and with the finite element method for 3(1+2) years. Expected starting date: September 2018.

 

Send an email with the CV to: paula.faria@ipleiria.pt