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University of Ghent PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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  PhD vacancy (4 years) on composite geometry reconstruction from CT images @ Ghent University (Belgium)
  Prof W VAN PAEPEGEM
Applications accepted all year round
This project is a large collaborative project between Ghent University and several industrial partners about X-ray imaging of materials and the related post-processing of the tomographic data to extract information about geometry, damage, moisture diffusion, etc.
  PhD vacancy (4 years) on fatigue testing of composites with advanced instrumentation @ Ghent University (Belgium)
  Prof W VAN PAEPEGEM
Applications accepted all year round
Composites are used more and more as structural components in aerospace industry, automotive sector, wind energy applications,… As a consequence, the loads on those composite components are much higher than for secondary components, and can lead to fatigue damage in the composite part.
  PhD vacancy (4 years) on micro-to-macro correlation of fracture processes in composites @ Ghent University (Belgium)
  Prof W VAN PAEPEGEM
Applications accepted all year round
Our previous and ongoing research in collaboration with industry has revealed the need of a better understanding and assessment of fracture parameters of composite laminates, with special attention to establishing a clear link between the experimental values and the microscopic fracture.
  PhD vacancy (4 years) on Reduced Order Methods for damage modelling in composites @ Ghent University (Belgium)
  Prof W VAN PAEPEGEM
Applications accepted all year round
The aim of this project is to develop robust Reduced Order Methods (ROM) that can be applied to damage modelling in composites at the micro- and meso-scale.
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