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11-25-2002, 01:52 AM
Biomechanical Engineering Position
Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory

The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory is currently in
search of a Biomechanical Engineer to work in our Biomechanics and Injury
Prevention Office. Candidates will be expected to perform computational
modeling of dynamic impact events using commercial software packages such as
MADYMO and LSDYNA. They will also be expected to assist in conducting
experimental testing with anthropomorphic dummies and biological tissue

Candidates must have at least a Bachelor's degree in biomechanics,
mechanical engineering, or a related field; experience in using the MADYMO
occupant simulation program; knowledge of data acquisition and data
processing techniques; and the ability to work effectively both
independently and as part of a team. It is also desired that the candidate
should have knowledge and experience with biological tissue testing;
familiarity with anthropomorphic dummies and SAE data collection
requirements; and good written and verbal communication skills. Applicants
selected will be subject to a Government security investigation and must
meet the eligibility requirements for access to classified information,
which includes US citizenship.

The Applied Physics Laboratory (APL) is a division of the Johns Hopkins
University, conveniently located on 365 acres in suburban Maryland midway
between Baltimore and Washington, DC. APL is a not-for-profit research and
development organization with over 3,000 employees dedicated to solving a
wide range of complex problems that present critical challenges to the
nation. APL's outstanding creative staff and world-class facilities have
made the Laboratory a major asset to the nation for more than six decades.

This position is listed on our website at www.jhuapl.edu ;
please refer to job no. 110260. For further information about this position
please contact Dr. Michael Kleinberger at 443-778-7289 or by e-mail at

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