Posted: 02-06-2024

Location: U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command-Aberdeen Proving Ground

Level: Graduate Student  

General Topic: Biology/Biomechanics

Description of Research:The position involves developing experimental procedures, analysis techniques, and advanced modeling approaches in a greater effort to measure, understand, or predict the biomechanics of biological tissue in high-rate impact scenarios. The work performed in this position will support a larger effort to improve computational human body models designed for simulating impact events by contributing to more biofidelic constituent materials and models and reproducing more realistic loading conditions

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