Research Position - Prof. Stephen Yue, Director of the McGill Institute of Aerospace Engineering
Funding is available for a Ph.D. student to research into hot and cold working of an advanced aerospace nickel superalloy for use in jet turbine engines. Research will be conducted in the Hot Deformation laboratory at McGill University under the supervision of Prof. Stephen Yue (Director of the McGill Institute for Aerospace Engineering). The work is supported by NSERC, CRITM and two aerospace manufacturing companies located in the Montreal region. The successful candidate will also be eligible to enter the NSERC-AEROCREATE program, which is designed to transition graduate students to the aerospace industry. Apart from receiving training in soft skills and aerospace industry knowledge (e.g. certification, systems integration, etc.) you will receive a stipend of $6600 per year over and above the normal funding level of a graduate student.
Candidates must have an undergraduate and masters degree in materials or metallurgy, have Canadian or US citizenship or permanent residency status and have a CGPA of at least 3 out of 4.
Applying: Interested applicants can obtain more information may be obtained by contacting stephen.yue [at] mcgill.ca (subject: Research%20Position%20) (Prof. Stephen Yue).