Research Compuational Biomechanics Intern

internship - full time,

Zimmer Biomet
Westminster, CO
Closed
Posted 89 Days ago
Zimmer Biomet
Westminster, CO
internship - full time,
Posted 89 Days ago
Closed

Description

Jobs Research: Compuational Biomechanics Intern (631301) at Zimmer Biomet Spine, Inc Research: Compuational Biomechanics Intern (631301) at Zimmer Biomet Spine, Inc Posted in Architecture about 7 hours ago. This job brought to you by eQuest Type: Full-Time Location : Westminster, Colorado Job Description: Job Summary The intern student will be responsible for assisting with computational research operations. In this role, the intern will be exposed to various parts of the computational modeling process including model development, model validation, study design and execution, and dissemination of results. The intern will work closely with the research team to develop biomechanical research studies using FEA. Principal Duties and Responsibilities Assist in building and validating finite element models Perform FEA in order to address biomechanical simulation needs Aid in designing and completing computational biomechanics research studies Expected Areas of Competence Must possess knowledge of engineering, simulation methods and biomechanics. Experience with commercial FEA software (ANSYS, Abaqus) Experience with other tools relevant to preparing and solving problems in computational biomechanics (e.g., CAD, MATLAB, medical image analysis,) is desired Good problem solving skills through the use of quality and statistical tools Good written and verbal communication skills Microsoft Office Suite and Project Education/Experience Requirements Must be actively enrolled in an academic program for the entire duration of the assignment. Working on a MS or PhD in engineering field (Biomedical or Mechanical) GPA of 3.2+ preferred Travel Requirements None; optional opportunities may be available. Additional Information EOE M/W/Vet/Dis

Skills

matlab, abaqus, image analysis, dynamic simulation, computational modeling, computational geometry, statistical software, research, microsoft office, engineering, finite element analysis, ansys, problem solving, cad, biomechanics

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