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Research Engineer - Wake Forest University School of Medicine - Winston-Salem, NC

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  • Research Engineer - Wake Forest University School of Medicine - Winston-Salem, NC

    Research Engineer

    Please follow the link below and submit your application for Job Opening #5348. Be sure when you attach your CV that the filename does not include any spaces and/or characters (underscores are acceptable).

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    Full-time Regular, 40 hours/week

    This position is focused on computational modeling in the Department of Biomedical Engineering at Wake Forest University School of Medicine.

    In the course of performing the duties of this position we anticipate that the individual will: 1) apply knowledge of state-of-the-art dynamic finite element modeling techniques, including but not limited to: Parametric mesh development, optimization and improvement of existing finite element meshes, material model optimization, contact algorithm selection, and geometry development to support the core mission of the center's research projects. 2) Have the opportunity to participate in a number of ongoing interdisciplinary research projects related to injury biomechanics underway in our center, 3) develop excellent written and oral presentation skills, 4) develop a valuable peer network through collaboration with industry and university partners and 5) encourage the individual's own professional growth through attending pertinent training courses as necessary.

    F. Scott Gayzik, PhD
    Assistant Professor
    Wake Forest Center for Injury Biomechanics