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► PhD Studentship in Ship Hydrodynamics, IIHR - Univ. of Iowa
   19 Dec, 2014 
Job Record #12428
TitlePhD Studentship in Ship Hydrodynamics
CategoryPhD Studentship
EmployerIIHR - Univ. of Iowa
LocationUnited States, Iowa, Iowa City
InternationalNo, only national applications will be considered
Closure Date* None *
Description:
We are seeking a highly motivated PhD student to join our ship hydrodynamics
group at IIHR, The University of Iowa. Originally the Iowa Institute for
Hydraulic Research, IIHR has a long tradition of research in different areas
of fluid dynamics.

The position involves research in computational ship hydrodynamics and
related problems of controlled moving bodies such as wind turbines. Main
tasks will involve code and algorithm development, and simulation and
analysis of problems of interest to our sponsors.

We welcome applications from candidates with a background in engineering,
physics, applied math, or related disciplines with a strong interest in
fluid dynamics. Proficiency in programming is required. Previous experience
in high-performance scientific computing is desirable, but not required.

This position also requires Lawful Permanent Residency or US citizenship.

The student will pursue his/her studies within the Department of Mechanical
and Industrial Engineering at The University of Iowa. Potential candidates
are encouraged to contact us with inquiries and to express their interest in
the position. Please attach a CV. Information regarding application
procedure can be found at
http://www.engineering.uiowa.edu/mie/graduate-program/mechanical-engineering
-graduate-program/me-admissions
Contact Information:
Please mention the CFD Jobs Database, record #12428 when responding to this ad.
NameJuan Martin
Emailjuan-martin@uiowa.edu
Email ApplicationNo
Record Data:
Last Modified13:18:28, Friday, December 19, 2014

► Assistant Research Scientist/Engineer, University of Iowa IIHR-Hydroscience & Engineering
   19 Dec, 2014 
Job Record #12427
TitleAssistant Research Scientist/Engineer
CategoryJob in Industry
EmployerUniversity of Iowa IIHR-Hydroscience & Engineering
LocationUnited States, Iowa, Iowa City
InternationalNo, only national applications will be considered
Closure Date* None *
Description:
IIHR–Hydroscience & Engineering, THE UNIVERSITY OF IOWA is searching for an
Assistant Research Scientist to work on CFD development and applications for
ship hydrodynamics applications. A PhD in mechanical engineering or related area
or an equivalent combination of education and experience is required. The
successful candidate must be capable of understanding, developing and coding
numerical algorithms for CFD, as well as a complete understanding of the CFD
process. Due to federal government restrictions on the use of export controlled
software and equipment, this position is restricted to U.S. citizens or U.S.
permanent residents.  For a complete position description, list of required and
desirable qualifications, and for information on how to apply for this position,
please visit our website at http://jobs.uiowa.edu/pands/view/65699.
  
The selected researcher will be part of the Fluid Dynamics team in
IIHR—Hydroscience & Engineering. She/he will have access to an exceptional range
of resources, including laboratories, instrumentation and equipment, mechanical
and electrical shops, research computing support, etc. More information about
IIHR is available on the web at: http://www.iihr.uiowa.edu/.	

The University of Iowa is located in Iowa City, Iowa. Iowa City has been ranked
one of the nation’s most livable cities (USA Today, 2006), and one of the best
small metropolitan areas for careers (Forbes Magazine, 2013). This small city
has a population of about 70,000 and is ranked the 4th “brainiest” city in
America (The Atlantic, 2013). It is a community built around higher education,
with vibrant cultural opportunities and a long history of international
connections, leadership, and accomplishment. Iowa City offers the safe, friendly
quality of life for which the Midwest is known.

The University of Iowa is an equal opportunity/ affirmative action employer. All
qualified applicants are encouraged to apply and will receive consideration for
employment free from discrimination on the basis of race, creed, color, national
origin, age, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic
information, religion, associational preference, status as a qualified
individual with a disability, or status as a protected veteran.

Contact Information:
Please mention the CFD Jobs Database, record #12427 when responding to this ad.
NamePablo Carrica
Emailpablo-carrica@uiowa.edu
Email ApplicationNo
URLhttp://jobs.uiowa.edu/pands/view/65699
AddressOnline applications only at http://jobs.uiowa.edu/pands/view/65699
Record Data:
Last Modified12:40:45, Friday, December 19, 2014

► PhD studentship in Novel Energy Conversion Systems, University of Lincoln
   19 Dec, 2014 
Job Record #12179
TitlePhD studentship in Novel Energy Conversion Systems
CategoryPhD Studentship
EmployerUniversity of Lincoln
LocationUnited Kingdom, Lincoln
InternationalYes, international applications are welcome
Closure DateSaturday, February 28, 2015
Description:
School of Engineering at University of Lincoln invites applications for a fully-
funded full-time PhD studentship for three-year duration to study industrial 
two-phase flow, particularly the gas liquid two-phase flow, which is found 
widely in a whole range of industrial applications, including boilers, 
sustainable energy conversion systems, air conditioning and ventilations for 
building heat and cooling integration and refrigeration. This three-year PhD 
project aims to develop innovative technical solution to predict and modulate 
the two-phase flow heat transfer profile of thermo-fluid in novelty energy 
conversion systems and study system energy control performance by applying 
advanced computational fluid dynamics (CFD) technique and multi-physics 
approach. New numerical techniques will be developed to facilitate the system 
design process, thus further improve the energy efficiency of the system.  

The applicants should have an honour degree (minimum 2.1) or a Master degree in 
Engineering or Physical Sciences, and be able to demonstrate strong 
mathematical and analytical skills. An understanding of CFD modelling 
techniques and cross-disciplinary skills are also required. Applicants are also 
expected to have some experiences to use engineering flow simulation software, 
such as ANSYS Fluent and/or COMSOL. Additional knowledge in using OpenFOAM 
will be advantage, but not essential. The student will have opportunities to 
spend some time at an international well-known industry in the UK as part of 
his/her industry secondment during the program.
     
This three-year studentship will cover full tuition fees, plus a tax-free 
stipend of min £12000 per annum, and is open for both UK/EU and overseas 
applicants. 

To apply please email the following documents to: jyao@lincoln.ac.uk
(1) completed application form; (2) up-to-date full CV; (3) three reference 
letters; (4) research statement demonstrating your suitability for the position.

Informal inquiries regarding the position can be made to Dr Jun Yao 
(jyao@lincoln.ac.uk)



Contact Information:
Please mention the CFD Jobs Database, record #12179 when responding to this ad.
NameDr Jun Yao
Emailjyao@lincoln.ac.uk
Email ApplicationYes
URLhttp://www.lincoln.ac.uk
Record Data:
Last Modified10:22:51, Friday, December 19, 2014

► Assistant Professor - Coastal/Ocean Engineering, University of South Alabama
   19 Dec, 2014 
Job Record #12426
TitleAssistant Professor - Coastal/Ocean Engineering
CategoryJob in Academia
EmployerUniversity of South Alabama
LocationUnited States, Alabama, Mobile
InternationalYes, international applications are welcome
Closure Date* None *
Description:
The Department of Civil Engineering at the University of South Alabama (USA) invites applications for an 
Assistant Professor (tenure-track) faculty position in Coastal/Ocean Engineering.  The expected starting 
date is August 15, 2015.  ABD candidates will be considered, but preference will be given to applicants 
with a Ph.D. in Coastal/Ocean Engineering or a closely related field. Appropriate candidates must have 
good communication skills, a strong commitment to excellence in teaching at the undergraduate and 
graduate levels, a record of scholarship, and the ability to initiate and maintain a funded research 
program in their area of specialization.

Located in Mobile near the Mobile Bay estuary and the Alabama Gulf coast with its beautiful white-sand 
beaches, the University of South Alabama is a public, doctoral-level institution enrolling more than 
16,000 students. The Civil Engineering department is housed in Shelby Hall, a new 155,000 sq.ft., 
state-of-the-art Engineering and Computing Sciences building that opened in 2012.  The department 
maintains coastal engineering laboratory facilities including a  wave basin, small wave flume, and a new 
recirculating wave-current flume located in Shelby Hall. The department also has unique field research 
capabilities, both internally and through our partnership with the Dauphin Island Sea Lab.

The Civil Engineering department offers a fully ABET accredited BSCE degree. The focus of the 
department's MSCE program is "Civil Engineering in the Coastal Environment," and students have the 
option of selecting a coastal engineering focus.  Additionally, the USA College of Engineering now offers 
a Doctor of Science (D.Sc.) degree in Systems Engineering.   

Interested candidates should submit a letter of application, curriculum vitae, statements of research and 
teaching interests, and a list of three references (all in PDF file format) to bwebb@southalabama.edu.  
Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.  Applicants 
must be legally eligible to work in the U.S.  The University of South Alabama is an Equal Opportunity 
Employer – Minorities/Females/Veterans/Disabled. 

This advertisement can also be found at the University of South Alabama Academic Affairs web site: 
http://southalabama.edu/departments/academicaffairs/resources/academicaffairspostings/Civil_3431_
081515.pdf

Contact Information:
Please mention the CFD Jobs Database, record #12426 when responding to this ad.
NameBret Webb
Emailbwebb@southalabama.edu
Email ApplicationYes
Phone2514606174
URLhttp://www.southalabama.edu/
AddressUniversity of South Alabama
Civil Engineering Dept.
150 Jaguar Drive
Shelby Hall 3142
Mobile, AL 36688-0002 USA
Record Data:
Last Modified06:07:40, Friday, December 19, 2014

► Simulation Engineer - CFD, CADFEM Engineering Services India Pvt Ltd.
   18 Dec, 2014 
Job Record #12425
TitleSimulation Engineer - CFD
CategoryJob in Industry
EmployerCADFEM Engineering Services India Pvt Ltd.
LocationIndia, Telangana, Hyderabad
InternationalNo, only national applications will be considered
Closure DateSunday, May 31, 2015
Description:
Job Description:

Perform CFD modeling and analysis using software such as ANSYS Workbench,
FLUENT, CFX.

Engaging with problem background research, hand calculations and co-ordinate
with expert team members to close knowledge gaps to effectively complete projects.

Responsible for all project related record keeping.

Responsible for timely and qualitative deliverable of the project.

Responsible for knowledge sharing on all the projects handled.

To keep modernized with new technologies and methodologies.

To undergo trainings for better productivity with the prior approval from superior.

To contribute respective innovative ideas for newsletters, prospectus, journals
etc. To fulfil all management allotted tasks by obeying CADFEM policies and values.

Desired Candidate Profile:

Education: B.E. /B. Tech. / M.Tech in Mechanical/ Aerospace/ Thermal Engineering
with an aggregate >65% & with No Live Backlogs.

Sound knowledge in Fluid Mechanics and Heat Transfer.

Exposure and knowledge on Finite Element Method (FEM) basics is a must.

Knowledge on ANSYS and HyperMesh will be an added advantage.


The Benefits:

Challenging job within a young and dynamic team. Performance-driven, Career
Progression Opportunities.

Attractive remuneration package: On par with Industry Standards.

Opportunity to join an organization experiencing year on year growth.

Terms and Conditions:

The candidates are required to submit the originals of 10th, 12th & Graduation
mark sheets for attending the selection process. Originals of the selected
candidates will be retained as they have to sign an employment agreement.

Things to Carry :

The candidates are required to bring the following for the Interview process:

Updated Resume.
One passport size photograph.
photograph Copy of offer letter from your previous employers (if any).
Copy of your highest level of academic qualification.
Salary slips for last three months(if any).

Interview Process Flow:

Program & Venue details will be disclosed to the candidates directly.

The selection process will be as follows:
1. Technical written Test
2. Group Discussion
3. Technical Interview
4. HR Interview
Contact Information:
Please mention the CFD Jobs Database, record #12425 when responding to this ad.
NameHR Executive
Emailhiring@cadfem.in
Email ApplicationYes
Phone+(91) 40 49481000
Fax+(91) 40 49481001
URLhttp://www.cadfem.in
Address#6-3-902/A, 2nd Floor, Right Wing, Central Plaza, Raj Bhavan Road, Somajiguda,
Hyderabad - 500 082, Telangana, India
Record Data:
Last Modified23:22:22, Thursday, December 18, 2014

► Simulating Flow in Thin-Porous Media, Mechanical Engineering, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
   18 Dec, 2014 
Job Record #12424
TitleSimulating Flow in Thin-Porous Media
CategoryPostDoc Position
EmployerMechanical Engineering, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
LocationUnited States, Wisconsin, Milwaukee
InternationalYes, international applications are welcome
Closure Date* None *
Description:
A two-year post-doctoral fellowship starting March 1, 2015 is available for a research 
project on computational modeling of liquid motion in compressible, thin porous media. 
The research funded by a reputable multinational corporation involves working in close 
collaboration with the industrial partner. Strong background in computational mechanics 
and a previous code-development experience with Fortran or similar languages is 
required.  Previous experience with porous media physics and parallel computing is 
desirable, but not essential. The position carries a handsome salary of $50k per year 
with all fringe benefits including health insurance. All interested persons are 
requested to contact Prof. Krishna M. Pillai (krishna@uwm.edu) at University of 
Wisconsin-Milwaukee, USA. Applicants should provide curriculum vitae, three samples of 
relevant publications, copy of transcripts, and three references. Review of 
applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.
Contact Information:
Please mention the CFD Jobs Database, record #12424 when responding to this ad.
NameProf. Krishna M. Pillai
Emailkrishna@uwm.edu
Email ApplicationYes
Phone414 229 6535
URLhttp://www4.uwm.edu/porous/
AddressMechanical Engg., UWM
3200 N. Cramer Street
Mileaukee WI 53211
USA
Record Data:
Last Modified13:49:09, Thursday, December 18, 2014

► PhD in Aerospace Engineering, University of Glasgow, Aerospace Sciences division
   18 Dec, 2014 
Job Record #12423
TitlePhD in Aerospace Engineering
CategoryPhD Studentship
EmployerUniversity of Glasgow, Aerospace Sciences division
LocationUnited Kingdom, Glasgow
InternationalYes, international applications are welcome
Closure DateSaturday, January 31, 2015
Description:
Please contact me if you are interested in working on the projects outlined here. Scholarships provided by the university are available for students with UK residency. The general attributes that are desirable for students working on these projects are:
- Interest in theoretical work (math+physics)
- Interest in computer programming (in FORTRAN)
- A working knowledge of dynamics and aerodynamics

Dynamics and stability of flapping-wing flyers, investigated using a reduced-order discrete-vortex aerodynamic model
Dr. Kiran Ramesh and Dr. Euan McGookin
Description:
Micro-air Vehicle (MAV) design is a topic of great interest in current aerospace research. These vehicles can be designed as fixed-wing, flapping-wing or rotary-wing. Insect flight, having evolved over millions of years, provides an excellent model for MAV designs based on flapping flight. This project aims to take inspiration from insect flight in studying the dynamics and stability of flapping-wing flyers.
A multi-body dynamical system will be developed for the MAV/insect. The novelty in this research will involve coupling the dynamical system with a reduced-order discrete-vortex aerodynamic method. This will allow the study of aerodynamic phenomena such as leading-edge vortices and apparent-mass effects, which have been observed to play a significant (positive) role in insect flight, but are usually neglected in quasi-steady aerodynamic models. While experimental and CFD methods may also be used to study these aerodynamic phenomena, they are usually unsuitable for design and optimisation studies because of time and cost considerations. The reduced-order discrete-vortex method employed, would thus provide an excellent balance between fidelity and cost in modelling the aerodynamics of flapping flight. Different vehicle configurations and flapping patterns will be studied to aid in the design of efficient, insect-like flapping-flyers.
The work on this project will largely be theoretical and computational. There is also scope for experimental work involving wind tunnel testing to validate computational models, and if time permits, testing of MAV configurations using the University of Glasgow’s Micro Air Systems Technology (MAST) Laboratory.


Development of a low-order aerodynamic model for dynamic stall, with applications to rotorcraft and wind turbines
Dr. Kiran Ramesh and Dr. Marco Vezza
Description:
Aerodynamic bodies subject to oscillations exhibit a different kind of stalling behaviour than that seen in the case of fixed wings. In the case of the former, the shear layer near the leading-edge rolls up to form a Leading-Edge Vortex (LEV) which provides additional lift on the airfoil as it convects over the chord. However, this LEV quickly becomes unstable and detaches from the airfoil, resulting in a sudden decrease in lift and increase in pitching moment. This can lead to violent vibrations, fatigue, and structural failure. Dynamic stall is hence a major factor in limiting the speed, manoeuvrability and efficiency of rotorcraft and wind turbines.
Experimental and CFD methods have provided tremendous insight into the phenomenon of dynamic stall and its effects. These methods are however, unsuitable for design and optimisation studies because of time and cost considerations. In this project, a discrete-vortex aerodynamic model with accounts for the features of dynamic stall, while keeping computational cost minimal, will be developed. This method will then be applied to the problem of an airfoil moving it’s own wake, as is the case for rotorcraft and wind turbines. Other novel applications involving complex flow regimes will also be considered, e.g. cycloidal rotors. Available high-fidelity CFD codes, in particular STAR CCM+, and experiments, will be used to support the development of the low-order model and for validation. The work on this project will largely be theoretical and computational. There is also scope for collaborative experimental work involving wind tunnel testing at GU.


Study of vortical structures in 3D unsteady aerodynamics using experiment and simulation
Dr. Kiran Ramesh and Prof. Konstantinos Kontis
Description:
Vortical structures are amongst the most fascinating aspects of unsteady aerodynamics. Leading- edge vortices in dynamic stall (seen on helicopters and wind turbines), result in violent vibrations and mechanical failure. On the other hand, leading-edge vortices (LEVs) have been credited for being solely responsible for high-lift flight in insects and for providing high lift on aircraft employing delta wings.
In both insect flight and on delta wings, a stationary leading-edge vortex on the airfoil is seen. This is very interesting, as in 2D aerodynamics, it can be mathematically shown that a stable LEV cannot exist and that it would tend to convect over the chord. In 3D however, such stationary LEVs are seen, and the conditions under which they exist are not clear. Experiments and CFD methods have shed some light on vortical structures in 3D, but because of time and expense considerations, these methods cannot be used to study the parameter space and identify conditions where such favourable LEVs exist.
In this project, a discrete-vortex methodology for 3D surfaces will be developed. With the method thus developed, a range of wing kinematics and planform shapes will be studied to analyse unsteady vortical behaviour, and identify conditions where stationary LEVs may exist. Experimental work will be conducted to support the development of the reduced-order method and for validation, using the University of Glasgow’s subsonic wind tunnel facilities. A range of generic model configurations will be tested using advanced flow diagnostics (Particle Image Velocimetry, Pressure Sensitive Paints, 3D LDA etc) and a 6 component sting balance.
Contact Information:
Please mention the CFD Jobs Database, record #12423 when responding to this ad.
NameDr. Kiran Ramesh
EmailKiran.Ramesh@glasgow.ac.uk
Email ApplicationYes
Phone+44 (0)141 330 7392
URLhttp://www.gla.ac.uk/schools/engineering/staff/kiranramesh/
AddressR704, James Watt South Building
School of Engineering
University of Glasgow
Glasgow, G12 8QQ
Record Data:
Last Modified13:24:58, Thursday, December 18, 2014

► Turbomachinery Aerodynamics Engineer , Advanced Design Technology
   18 Dec, 2014 
Job Record #12399
TitleTurbomachinery Aerodynamics Engineer
CategoryJob in Industry
EmployerAdvanced Design Technology
LocationUnited Kingdom, London
InternationalYes, international applications are welcome
Closure DateSaturday, January 31, 2015
Description:
Advanced Design Technology is a global leader in the development of advanced
software for the design of turbomachinery to major manufactures in aerospace,
automotive, marine and power generation applications in Europe, Japan and US. 
In order to continue our expansion we wish to recruit a turbomachinery
Aerodynamics Engineer.

Working as part of our engineering services team you will be involved in
customer technical support and consultancy projects in the field of
turbomachinery aero/hydrodynamic design. You should be able to work closely in a
team environment, while at the same time independently driving consultancy
projects to a successful conclusion. In addition you will be providing support
to clients in the use of the company’s aerodynamics design codes.

Applicants should possess the following qualifications and skills:

1.	Education to a post graduate level in Mechanical Engineering or a closely
related field with a solid knowledge of thermodynamics, fluid mechanics and heat
transfer of turbomachinery
2.	At least 3 years experience of turbomachinery aerodynamic design in
industrial or consultancy environment or a PhD in a related field to turbomachinery.
3.	Familiarity with the application of commercial CFD codes (ANSYS CFX, FLUENT
or  STAR-CD) to turbomachinery flow analysis
4.	Excellent documentation and presentation skills 
5.	Knowledge and/or familiarity with CAD and stress/vibration analysis would be
an advantage.
6.	Experience on design of centrifugal compressors, centrifugal or axial pumps,
radial-inflow turbines and axial or mixed flow fans would be an advantage.
7.	Familiarity with automatic optimisation method is an advantage, although it
is not a necessary requirement.

We offer competitive salaries, comprehensive benefits, and a dynamic environment
at the forefront of our field. Applications at varying levels of
seniority/experience will be considered.

The position is based in Central London, UK. International applicants are
welcome to apply but are required to be EU citizens or have relevant work permit
to work in UK.

To apply for this positions please contact:
jobs@adtechnology.co.uk.



Contact Information:
Please mention the CFD Jobs Database, record #12399 when responding to this ad.
NameHR Manger
Emailjobs@adtechnology.co.uk
Email ApplicationYes
Phone02072291170
Fax02076368028
URLhttp://www.adtechnology.co.uk
AddressAdvanced Design Technology Ltd
Dilke House
1 Malet Street
London
WC1E 7JN
Record Data:
Last Modified03:10:58, Thursday, December 18, 2014

► Vapour jets supersonically expanding into vaccum, Delft University of Technology / Chemical Engineering
   17 Dec, 2014 
Job Record #12421
TitleVapour jets supersonically expanding into vaccum
CategoryPhD Studentship
EmployerDelft University of Technology / Chemical Engineering
LocationNetherlands, -, Delft
InternationalYes, international applications are welcome
Closure DateWednesday, April 01, 2015
Description:
Fully sponsored, 4-year PhD project. 

Gross salary indication: 27,000-34,000 €/year. 

Open to international candidates.

Starting date between now and April 1, 2015

Sponsored by The Netherlands Foundation for the Fundamental Research of Matter 

(FOM) and Tata Steel Netherlands



The proposed research aims to address the question how multi-species vapor jets 

supersonically expand into vacuum, and how their vapors condense due to 

expansion of the jet and its impingement on a cold surface, where a solid film 

condenses. A particular topic of interest is the interaction between multiple, 

closely spaced vapor jets. 



The interest for this topic stems from its application in Physical Vapor 

Deposition (PVD) of thin solid coatings from vapor jets impinging on solid 

surfaces, particularly in the continuous coating of surfaces moving at high 

velocities.



Scientific questions to be answered include: (i) What is the influence of 

rarefaction on the hydrodynamics of the jet and on the opaqueness of the shock 

that envelops the jet; (ii) How is condensation initiated in a (nearly) 

collisionless rarefied gas and does differential condensation of the 

constituent vapors lead to their spatial separation, and is this reflected in 

the condensed solid film? (iii) Under what conditions does the interaction 

between the jets lead to hydrodynamic instabilities and does mixing between 

adjacent jets occur through non-opaque enveloping shocks?



To answer these questions, we will perform multi-scale, multi physics 

computational simulations of the continuum and rarefied vapor flow and 

condensation in multiple, closely spaced vapor jets. We will develop a 

computational model which couples a continuum compressible flow (CFD) solver to 

a particle based (DSMC) rarefied gas solver. The first will be applied in the 

high pressure, low Knudsen number regions of the flow, whereas the second will 

be applied in the low pressures, high Knudsen number regions. Spatial coupling 

between the two solvers will be through a dynamically adaptive interface, based 

on a Knudsen number based continuum breakdown parameter. A multi stage 

condensation model will be implemented, based on a homogeneous nucleation model 

for the initial formation of multi-atom clusters, and the subsequent droplet 

growth. The entire model will be implemented as a novel application of the open 

source fluid flow solver OpenFoam. 



We are looking for a candidate who

- Has earned an MSc degree in Applied Physics, Materials Science, Mechanical 

Engineering, Chemical Engineering or similar. Top BSc graduates with 

significant research experience may also be considered. 

- Was a top 10% student, as evidenced by class-ranking or grades.

- Is independent, mature and willing to take the extra mile.

- Has a keen interest in application oriented fundamental research.

- Has a good background in fluid dynamics and (molecular) thermodynamics.

- Is fluent in written and spoken English.

- Has extensive hands-on experience in advanced computational modelling (beyond 

the use of standard software packages).



If you want to apply, please send

- A letter of motivation

- Your CV

- BSc and MSc grade lists and copies of diplomas

- Information on class ranking, if available

- Documentation proving your fluency in English, if available

- A 1-2 page summary of your MSc thesis research

- Letters of recommendation, or names of possible references






Contact Information:
Please mention the CFD Jobs Database, record #12421 when responding to this ad.
Nameprof.dr. Chris Kleijn
Emailc.r.kleijn@tudelft.nl
Email ApplicationYes
URLhttp://www.cheme.nl/tp
Record Data:
Last Modified08:23:14, Wednesday, December 17, 2014

► Account Managers, NUMECA International SA
   17 Dec, 2014 
Job Record #12422
TitleAccount Managers
CategoryJob in Industry
EmployerNUMECA International SA
LocationBelgium, Brussels
InternationalYes, international applications are welcome
Closure Date* None *
Description:

Reference:  job number APP 201401-01
Number of jobs:   2

NUMECA, a worldwide operating CFD software company (http://www.numeca.com), 
develops engineering flow simulation software widely used by engineers and 
designers in a large range of fluid engineering applications, from Aerospace, 
Power Generation, Energy to Race Cars and Yachts.  NUMECA is rapidly expanding, 
with double digit growth rate over the last few years, and is continuously  
looking for young and senior talented coworkers. The company has its 
headquarters in Brussels (Belgium), subsidiaries in San Francisco (USA), Mons 
(Belgium), Tokyo (Japan), Bangalore (India), Beijing (China) and Hong-Kong and 
is active worldwide through its network of more than 120 worldwide.

NUMECA offers a stimulating, young, dynamic and multicultural environment, 
competitive benefits (including profit sharing) and excellent job growth 
opportunities.

To further sustain and accelerate its growth, NUMECA is looking for several 
Account Managers, to join the NUMECA International team based in Brussels. In 
this role you will manage both direct and indirect sales to existing key 
accounts and new customers.

Responsabilities will include:

- Establishes, develops and maintains business relationships with current and 
prospective customers. 
- Generate new business for the organization. You will work with a vast 
spectrum of customers, from high-tech start-ups to worldwide leaders in 
turbomachinery, aerospace etc..
- Develops clear and effective written proposals/quotations for current and 
prospective customers.
- Reporting and forecasting sales objectives within our CRM environment
- Relays client feedback to product development staff.
- Coordinates sales effort with marketing, sales management and technical 
services group.


Required experience and knowledge:

- University degree in engineering or experience in selling engineering 
simulation software.
- Special interest will be given to sales experience in CFD, CAE, FEA, FEM, EM
- Strong organizational skills and self-starter attitude
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
- Fluent English language is a prerequisite for the role. Dutch and French are 
a plus.

Please send motivation letter and resume  plus relevant technical papers, 
reports, references, etc. to:
Marc Tombroff, General Manager, NUMECA International s.a. at jobs@numeca.be.

Indicate clearly the reference job number.

Contact Information:
Please mention the CFD Jobs Database, record #12422 when responding to this ad.
NameMarc Tombroff
Emailjobs@numeca.be
Email ApplicationYes
URLhttp://www.numeca.com
Record Data:
Last Modified08:22:36, Wednesday, December 17, 2014

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