[NotiAMCA] Research Positions in Computational Mechanics at DNV

Victorio Sonzogni sonzogni en intec.unl.edu.ar
Mar Feb 12 16:22:23 ART 2008

Dear Colleagues,

I would like to draw your attention to some interesting openings for
researchers in computational mechanics within the strategic research
department of DNV (DNV Research and Innovation), see attached 
announcement (below).
I would appreciate very much if you could forward this to research students
or other co-workers that think might be interested in applying for the
positions. Note that the applications should be made electronically in
accordance with the information on the announcement.

Thanking you in advance,


Pål G, Bergan

Pål G. Bergan, Ph.D., Dr.h.c., Professor
Senior Vice President
DNV Research and Innovation
Det Norske Veritas
NO-1322 Høvik
Tel.:  +47 67577555
Fax.: +47 67579911
Mobile: +47 90734770
Home: +47 66980453
Paal.Bergan en dnv.com


Research Positions in Computational Mechanics

Det Norske Veritas Research and Innovation

DNV Research and Innovation is building a strong research team on “The next 
generation methods and tools in computational mechanics”. We are looking 
years ahead and we are taking on the challenge of identifying methods and 
tools that have the greatest potential for enhancing our analysis 
capabilities within structural analysis, computational fluid dynamics, and 
fluid-structure interaction. This implies that we want to assess methods and 
algorithms including techniques that have not yet reached the commercial 
market, considering also the new capabilities and power of the “next 
generation” computers. In this connection cooperation with leading 
universities and research institutions is essential. Further, we want to test 
out and benchmark the new techniques for a wide range of important problems 
that DNV is concerned with. On this basis we will make recommendations for 
further investments into methods and tools to be implemented in the future.

We are looking for people with a strong educational background in 
computational mechanics (structures and/or fluids). Having a PhD as well as 
some research experience is preferable. 

For further information about the positions please contact:

Professor Pål G. Bergan
Tel +47 67577555 or +47 90734770
e-mail: Paal.Bergan en dnv.com

Applications should be sent within February 27th to


See also http://www.dnv.com and http://www.dnv.com/research/

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