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    The George Washington University, National Crash Analysis Center (NCAC)
    is seeking engineering students and researchers interested in
    Biomechanics and Transportation Safety. Graduate student fellowships
    are available for qualified masters and doctoral level candidates.

    The George Washington University is located in Washington, DC and
    maintains a research campus in Ashburn, Virginia where the NCAC is
    housed. The role of the NCAC is to conduct multidisciplinary
    engineering research addressing issues in Transportation Safety. Areas
    of research include Vehicle Crashworthiness, Biomechanics and Occupant
    Modeling, Roadside Hardware Design, and Injury Studies of highway
    crashes. The NCAC also serves as a centralized forum which combines
    expertise and research from Government, Industry, and Academia to
    address safety related issues.

    Research opportunities exist in occupant safety analysis and finite
    element modeling of the human body. Activities will include finite
    element modeling of various human structures, tissue testing and injury
    analysis to understand and predict the onset of injury during crashes.
    Positions are available immediately. Mechanical Engineering or
    Biomechanics background is required. Finite element experience is
    preferred but not required.

    For more information please contact George Bahouth via email or phone.
    Office: (703) 729-8368

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