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► Visualisation Development Engineer, NUMECA International S.A
   27 Mar, 2015 
Job Record #12607
TitleVisualisation Development Engineer
CategoryJob in Industry
EmployerNUMECA International S.A
LocationBelgium, Brussels
InternationalYes, international applications are welcome
Closure Date* None *
Description:
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 a 2 digits 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 agents and partners in Asia, Europe 
and America. The company employs over 90 persons in Belgium and around 120 
worldwide.
NUMECA offers a stimulating, young and multicultural environment, competitive 
benefits (including profit sharing) and excellent job growth opportunities.

To further sustain and accelerate its growth, NUMECA is looking for a 
Visualisation Development Engineer, to join the NUMECA International team based 
in Brussels.

Responsibilities will include:
Development and improvement of NUMECA 3D visualisation tool CFView, within our 
visualisation department. This task involves the use of 3D graphical libraries 
(HOOPS, OpenGL) as well as the development of graphical user interfaces.
Extension of CFView data base structure, algorithmic developments and advanced 
visualization methods.  

Mandatory technical skills:
A master degree in Computer Science or engineering, or PhD with specific 
experience in the development of scientific visualisation applications
At least 3 years of experience in this field
Knowledge of Linux and Windows (XP+)
Good knowledge of C/C++

Language skills:
Fluent English language is a prerequisite for the role. 
Dutch and French are a plus.


You should be highly motivated and dynamic, have good communication and project 
management skills, be a stress-resistant problem solver, and be a team player 
able to meet the highest quality standards.

Please send motivation letter and resume  plus relevant technical papers, 
reports, references, etc. to:
Michel Pottiez, Technical Director, NUMECA International s.a. at jobs@numeca.be.
Indicate clearly the reference job number.

Contact Information:
Please mention the CFD Jobs Database, record #12607 when responding to this ad.
NameMichel Pottiez
Emailjobs@numeca.be
Email ApplicationYes
URLhttp://www.numeca.com
Record Data:
Last Modified11:39:29, Friday, March 27, 2015

► 12 full PhD positions in CFD / MHD / CEM, Technische Universität Ilmenau, Dep. of Mech. Eng.
   27 Mar, 2015 
Job Record #12606
Title12 full PhD positions in CFD / MHD / CEM
CategoryPhD Studentship
EmployerTechnische Universität Ilmenau, Dep. of Mech. Eng.
LocationGermany, Thüringen, Ilmenau
InternationalYes, international applications are welcome
Closure DateFriday, June 19, 2015
Description:
	
Employment opportunity

The Research Training Group (RTG) on Lorentz Force Velocimetry and Lorentz Force
Eddy Current Testing at Technische Universität Ilmenau offers the following open
positions (www.tu-ilmenau.de/lorentz-force/open-positions):

12 full-time research positions for doctoral students
1 qualification scholarship to prepare for doctoral studies

The positions start 01 January 2016. In exceptional cases the candidate can be
appointed slightly earlier or later. The research positions have a duration of
three years and are paid according to the TVL E13 scale of the German public
sector (35.000 – 40.000 € per year before tax depending on work experience). The
qualification scholarship has a duration of one year with a tax-free grant of
9.600 € (plus an allowance of 4.800 € for the first child, plus an allowance of
1.200 € for each further child). After having successfully passed the
qualification phase, the scholar is invited to apply for a three-year research
position.

The measurement of flow velocities in hot and aggressive liquids like metal
melts and molten glass is one of the grand challenges of industrial fluid
mechanics. A physically closely related challenge is the detection of deeply
lying flaws and inhomogeneities in electrically conducting solid materials.
Since 2004, scientists and engineers at Technische Universität Ilmenau have been
developing two novel technologies termed Lorentz force velocimetry and Lorentz
force eddy current testing to meet these challenges. Both technologies are based
on measuring the Lorentz forces that are induced by the interaction of
electrically conducting moving substances and magnetic fields.

The RTG is sponsored by the German Science Foundation DFG and took up work
January 2010. Within the RTG, the basic physics of these technologies shall be
explored by performing high-precision model experiments, high-resolution
numerical simulations, and intense analytical modeling. The RTG provides a
creative and inspiring environment, excellent laboratory facilities,
state-of-the-art scientific computing facilities, and the possibility of
collaborating with industry and with foreign institutions. The RTG strongly
supports students wishing complete their PhD studies within a three-year period.
The abstracts of the 12 planned projects (third PhD-generation) and further
details can be found at http://www.tu-ilmenau.de/lorentz-force/rtg-research/.

Successful candidates for the research positions should have
•	an excellent Diploma or Master degree, preferably in mechanical engineering,
electrical engineering, physics, or mathematics,
•	an excellent knowledge of the English language,
•	a high motivation for interdisciplinary work in an international scientific
team, and the commitment to complete the doctoral program within three years.

Depending on the preferred project, experience in either fluid dynamics,
measurement technologies, mathematical optimization, or high performance
computing is helpful, but not required.

Technische Universität Ilmenau aims to establish gender equality and highly
encourages women to apply. Handicapped applicants with identical qualification
will be considered with priority. Special services are available concerning all
social matters.

We invite all applicants to e-mail the complete set of documents (see
www.tu-ilmenau.de/lorentz-force/open-positions „Required Documents“) in PDF
format by 19 June 2015 to lorentz-force@tu-ilmenau.de mentioning desired
position, research area (project number), and reference number CFD-online/2015.

Scientific questions can be addressed to the RTG Speaker, Prof. Jörg Schumacher
(joerg.schumacher@tu-ilmenau.de) or the RTG Scientific Coordinator, Prof.
Christian Karcher (christian.karcher@tu-ilmenau.de).

Contact Information:
Please mention the CFD Jobs Database, record #12606 when responding to this ad.
NameChristian Karcher
Emailchristian.karcher@tu-ilmenau.de
Email ApplicationYes
Phone++49 3677 69 1503
URLhttp://www.tu-ilmenau.de/lorentz-force/
AddressResearch Training Group (RTG)
Lorentz Force Velocimetry and Eddy Current Testing
Technische Universität
P.O. Box 10 05 65
98684 Ilmenau
Record Data:
Last Modified11:33:08, Friday, March 27, 2015

► 12 full PhD positions in CFD / MHD / CEM, Technische Universität Ilmenau, Dep. of Mech. Eng.
   27 Mar, 2015 
Job Record #12605
Title12 full PhD positions in CFD / MHD / CEM
CategoryJob in Academia
EmployerTechnische Universität Ilmenau, Dep. of Mech. Eng.
LocationGermany, Thüringen, Ilmenau
InternationalYes, international applications are welcome
Closure DateFriday, June 19, 2015
Description:
Employment opportunity

The Research Training Group (RTG) on Lorentz Force Velocimetry and Lorentz Force
Eddy Current Testing at Technische Universität Ilmenau offers the following open
positions (www.tu-ilmenau.de/lorentz-force/open-positions):

12 full-time research positions for doctoral students
1 qualification scholarship to prepare for doctoral studies

The positions start 01 January 2016. In exceptional cases the candidate can be
appointed slightly earlier or later. The research positions have a duration of
three years and are paid according to the TVL E13 scale of the German public
sector (35.000 – 40.000 € per year before tax depending on work experience). The
qualification scholarship has a duration of one year with a tax-free grant of
9.600 € (plus an allowance of 4.800 € for the first child, plus an allowance of
1.200 € for each further child). After having successfully passed the
qualification phase, the scholar is invited to apply for a three-year research
position.

The measurement of flow velocities in hot and aggressive liquids like metal
melts and molten glass is one of the grand challenges of industrial fluid
mechanics. A physically closely related challenge is the detection of deeply
lying flaws and inhomogeneities in electrically conducting solid materials.
Since 2004, scientists and engineers at Technische Universität Ilmenau have been
developing two novel technologies termed Lorentz force velocimetry and Lorentz
force eddy current testing to meet these challenges. Both technologies are based
on measuring the Lorentz forces that are induced by the interaction of
electrically conducting moving substances and magnetic fields.

The RTG is sponsored by the German Science Foundation DFG and took up work
January 2010. Within the RTG, the basic physics of these technologies shall be
explored by performing high-precision model experiments, high-resolution
numerical simulations, and intense analytical modeling. The RTG provides a
creative and inspiring environment, excellent laboratory facilities,
state-of-the-art scientific computing facilities, and the possibility of
collaborating with industry and with foreign institutions. The RTG strongly
supports students wishing complete their PhD studies within a three-year period.
The abstracts of the 12 planned projects (third PhD-generation) and further
details can be found at http://www.tu-ilmenau.de/lorentz-force/rtg-research/.

Successful candidates for the research positions should have
•	an excellent Diploma or Master degree, preferably in mechanical  engineering,
electrical engineering, physics, or mathematics,
•	an excellent knowledge of the English language,
•	a high motivation for interdisciplinary work in an international scientific
team, and the commitment to complete the doctoral program within three years.

Depending on the preferred project, experience in either fluid dynamics,
measurement technologies, mathematical optimization, or high performance
computing is helpful, but not required.

Technische Universität Ilmenau aims to establish gender equality and highly
encourages women to apply. Handicapped applicants with identical qualification
will be considered with priority. Special services are available concerning all
social matters.

We invite all applicants to e-mail the complete set of documents (see
www.tu-ilmenau.de/lorentz-force/open-positions „Required Documents“) in PDF
format by 19 June 2015 to lorentz-force@tu-ilmenau.de mentioning desired
position, research area (project number), and reference number CFD-online/2015.

Scientific questions can be addressed to the RTG Speaker, Prof. Jörg Schumacher
(joerg.schumacher@tu-ilmenau.de) or the RTG Scientific Coordinator, Prof.
Christian Karcher (christian.karcher@tu-ilmenau.de).

Contact Information:
Please mention the CFD Jobs Database, record #12605 when responding to this ad.
NameRecruiting Manager
Emaillorentz-force@tu-ilmenau.de
Email ApplicationYes
Phone++49 3677 69 1503
URLhttp://www.tu-ilmenau.de/lorentz-force/
AddressResearch Training Group (RTG)
Lorentz Force Velocimetry and Eddy Current Testing
Technische Universität Ilmenau
P.O. Box 10 05 65
98684 Ilmenau, Germany
Record Data:
Last Modified11:27:00, Friday, March 27, 2015

► Modeling and simulation of particle suspensions in fluid flows, Bordeaux Universiy, Institute of Mathematics
   27 Mar, 2015 
Job Record #12604
TitleModeling and simulation of particle suspensions in fluid flows
CategoryPhD Studentship
EmployerBordeaux Universiy, Institute of Mathematics
LocationFrance
InternationalYes, international applications are welcome
Closure DateMonday, August 31, 2015
Description:
Sujet de thèse: Modélisation et simulations numériques des contacts dans des écoulements chargés en 
particules

Ce projet se place dans le cadre d’une collaboration naissante avec d’autres laboratoires du site 
bordelais: CRPP-LOF et le LOMA sur la modélisation de suspensions actives et passives dans un 
écoulement fluide. Les écoulements particulaires trouvent un intérêt dans de nombreux secteurs 
scientifiques. Nous différencions les suspensions passives et suspensions actives. Les suspensions 
passives forment un système dans lequel les particules se déplacent sous l’action des efforts transmis 
par le fluide. Les suspensions actives obéissent à des lois de déformation qui leur permettent de se 
mouvoir de manière autopropulsées (banc de poissons par exemple). De tels systèmes, qui sont étudiés 
théoriquement, expérimentalement et numériquement, se trouvent dans de nombreuses applications 
industrielles.
Nous avons développé un solveur numérique massivement parallèle (NaSCar) qui permet de résoudre 
l’interaction entre un fluide et des milliers de particules. Néanmoins, il a été démontré que pour les 
équations de Navier-Stokes les contacts se produisent en temps infini. Numériquement, il est alors 
nécessaire de modéliser les forces (et moments) de contact lorsque la distance entre les deux particules 
est inférieure à une cellule de calcul. Des modèles de lubrifications relativement précis ont été 
développés dans la littérature pour des cas simples : contact entre une sphère et un plan, contact entre 
deux sphères. Nous souhaitons développer une modélisation numérique des contacts pour des corps 
ayant des géométries plus complexes (ellipse, poissons).
Il sera tout d’abord nécessaire d’améliorer le solveur NaSCar avec une bibliothèque octree parallèle 
(raffinement de maillage hiérarchique) afin de diminuer la taille des cellules proche des contacts. Il sera 
nécessaire de développer des schémas de discrétisation des EDPs (différences finies/volumes finis) qui 
sont à l’ordre deux globalement (norme L2) sur ce type de maillage. La réduction de la taille des cellules 
proche des obstacles permettra de diminuer l’influence de la modélisation des forces de contact (comme 
c’est le cas pour la modélisation de la turbulence). Ensuite, nous généraliserons les forces de 
lubrification au cas de géométries complexes. Il sera également nécessaire de modéliser les moments de 
lubrification qui sont absents dans la littérature. Le mouvement rigide pourra ainsi être complètement 
modélisé, et nos résultats numériques seront comparés aux résultats expérimentaux obtenus par le 
CRPP-LOF et le LOMA. Nous pourrons réduire l’empirisme des modèles macroscopiques utilisés par les 
physiciens en les calibrant sur les résultats obtenus numériquement. Ce sujet de thèse sera effectué à 
l’Institut de Mathématiques de Bordeaux, mais de nombreux échanges sont envisagés avec le LOMA (H. 
Kellay) et le CRPP-LOF (A. Colin et H. Bodiguel).

Contact: Michel.Bergmann@inria.fr, Lisl.Weynans@math.u-bordeaux1.fr
Contact Information:
Please mention the CFD Jobs Database, record #12604 when responding to this ad.
NameMichel Bergmann, Lisl Weynans
Emailmichel.bergmann@inria.fr, Lisl.Weynans@math.u-bordeaux1.fr
Email ApplicationYes
Phone(00 33) 5 40 00 35 36
URLhttp://www.math.u-bordeaux1.fr/~lweynans/
Record Data:
Last Modified06:21:41, Friday, March 27, 2015

► Post Doctoral Fellow, Institute for Computational Engineering and Sciences
   26 Mar, 2015 
Job Record #12603
TitlePost Doctoral Fellow
CategoryJob in Industry
EmployerInstitute for Computational Engineering and Sciences
LocationUnited States, Texas, Austin
InternationalYes, international applications are welcome
Closure Date* None *
Description:
The Center for Predictive Engineering and Computational Sciences (PECOS)
at The University of Texas at Austin has openings for Post-Doctoral
Scholars in turbulence modeling. Applicants are sought with strong background and experience in
fluid dynamics, turbulence simulation and modeling, scientific computing, and numerical PDEs. Experience 
in large-scale parallel
code development, and modern software engineering practices is
essential.  Applicants must have a Doctorate in Engineering, Science,
Applied Mathematics, or a related field.

Applications (consisting of a letter of interest, a current CV and list of
three references) should be sent as a single PDF file to
pecos_recruit@ices.utexas.edu 

Contact Information:
Please mention the CFD Jobs Database, record #12603 when responding to this ad.
NameChris Simmons
Emailpecos_recruit@ices.utexas.edu
Email ApplicationYes
Phone512-232-2881
Address201 East 24th Street
C0200
Austin, TX 78712
Record Data:
Last Modified17:25:49, Thursday, March 26, 2015

► Post Doctoral Fellow, Institute for Computational Engineering and Sciences
   26 Mar, 2015 
Job Record #12602
TitlePost Doctoral Fellow
CategoryJob in Industry
EmployerInstitute for Computational Engineering and Sciences
LocationUnited States, Texas, Austin
InternationalYes, international applications are welcome
Closure Date* None *
Description:
The Center for Predictive Engineering and Computational Sciences (PECOS)
at The University of Texas at Austin has openings for Post-Doctoral
Scholars to develop algorithms and techniques for stochastic modeling with
applications to calibration, validation, and uncertainty
quantification in turbulent combustion. Applicants are sought with a
solid background in adjoint analysis, solution of partial differential equations,
scientific computing, and numerical analysis. Experience in large-scale parallel code
development, and in modern software engineering practices is
essential. Applicants must have a Doctorate in Engineering, Applied
Mathematics, or a related field.

Applications (consisting of a letter of interest, a current CV and list of
three references) should be sent as a single PDF file to
pecos_recruit@ices.utexas.edu 

Contact Information:
Please mention the CFD Jobs Database, record #12602 when responding to this ad.
NameChris Simmons
Emailpecos_recruit@ices.utexas.edu
Email ApplicationYes
Phone512-232-2881
Address201 East 24th Street
C0200
Austin, TX 78712
Record Data:
Last Modified17:19:52, Thursday, March 26, 2015

► Post Doctoral Fellow, Institute for Computational Engineering and Sciences
   26 Mar, 2015 
Job Record #12600
TitlePost Doctoral Fellow
CategoryPostDoc Position
EmployerInstitute for Computational Engineering and Sciences
LocationUnited States, Texas, Austin
InternationalYes, international applications are welcome
Closure Date* None *
Description:
The Center for Predictive Engineering and Computational Sciences (PECOS)
at The University of Texas at Austin has openings for Post-Doctoral
Scholars to develop algorithms and techniques for stochastic modeling with
applications to the calibration, validation, and uncertainty
quantification of complex physical models. Applicants are sought with a
solid background in statistics, probability, Bayesian
inference, and inverse problems. Applicants should also have knowledge in
one of the following topics: stochastic Partial Differential Equations,
optimization, or model reduction. Applicants must have a Doctorate in Engineering, Applied
Mathematics, or a related field.

Applications (consisting of a letter of interest, a current CV and list of
three references) should be sent as a single PDF file to
pecos_recruit@ices.utexas.edu 
Contact Information:
Please mention the CFD Jobs Database, record #12600 when responding to this ad.
NameChris Simmons
Emailpecos_recruit@ices.utexas.edu
Email ApplicationYes
Phone512-232-2881
URLhttps://www.ices.utexas.edu/
Address201 East 24th Street
C0200
Austin, TX 78712
Record Data:
Last Modified17:14:00, Thursday, March 26, 2015

► Postdoctoral Position, Virginia Commonwealth University
   26 Mar, 2015 
Job Record #12479
TitlePostdoctoral Position
CategoryPostDoc Position
EmployerVirginia Commonwealth University
LocationUnited States, Virginia, Richmond
InternationalYes, international applications are welcome
Closure DateFriday, May 01, 2015
Description:

A Postdoctoral Research Associate position is available in the Mechanical & 
Nuclear Engineering Department at Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) for a 
motivated candidate with strong background in Thermo-Fluid Sciences. The 
candidate must have a PhD in Mechanical or Chemical Engineering and proven 
proficiency in Computer Programming and Mathematics.

Funded by the National Science Foundation, the successful applicant will work 
on multiple projects in the areas of two-phase flows and interfacial phenomena, 
e.g., modeling droplet coalescence and droplet interactions with 
superhydrophobic surfaces. The starting salary for this position is $40,000 per 
year. The second year appointment will depend on the first year's performance 
of applicant.

Interested applicants are encouraged to email their complete resumes, list of 
publications, and the names of three references to Dr. Tafreshi 
(htafreshi@vcu.edu) in one single attachment.

Information regarding research activities of Dr. Tafreshi can be found at: 

http://www.egr.vcu.edu/me/faculty/me-faculty_tafreshi.html

http://www.people.vcu.edu/~htafreshi/

Information about the VCU Mechanical Engineering Department can be found at:

http://www.egr.vcu.edu/me/index.html

EEO/AA Policy:     
   
Virginia Commonwealth University is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action 
Employer. Women, minorities and persons with disabilities are strongly 
encouraged to apply.  


Contact Information:
Please mention the CFD Jobs Database, record #12479 when responding to this ad.
NameHooman Tafreshi
Emailhtafreshi@vcu.edu
Email ApplicationYes
Phone804-828-9936
URLhttp://www.people.vcu.edu/~htafreshi/
AddressHooman Tafreshi
Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering
Virginia Commonwealth University
School of Engineering East Hall
401 West Main Street, P.O. Box 843015,
Richmond, VA 23284-3015
Record Data:
Last Modified14:42:11, Thursday, March 26, 2015

► Assistant/Associate Professor, Innopolis University
   26 Mar, 2015 
Job Record #12599
TitleAssistant/Associate Professor
CategoryJob in Academia
EmployerInnopolis University
LocationRussian Federation, Tatarstan, Kazan
InternationalYes, international applications are welcome
Closure Date* None *
Description:
Assistant/ Associate Professor 
(Teaching/ tenure track position)

Starting dates: Fall 2015/Spring 2016
Type: Full time (or special arrangement)


Innopolis University (Kazan, Russia) is seeking highly qualified faculty 
members for teaching and tenure-track positions at the graduate level at the 
Department of Computer Science. This is a career-oriented, renewable 
appointment. Applicants of all ranks specializing in computer science and 
information security systems are encouraged to apply, as are candidates with 
various international backgrounds.

Responsibilities

•	Deliver graduate program core courses in the areas, related to 
Software Engineering and Computer Science 
•	Deliver graduate program elective courses in Software Engineering 
and Computer Science 
•	Contribute to the development of Master’s degree programs 
•	(Optional) Conduct research at Innopolis University in the field of 
computer science and engineering. Focus areas include, but are not limited 
to, user interface and interaction, embedded and mobile computing, cloud 
computing, big data analysis, information security, and education technology 

Requirements

Essential
•	PhD or MS (for Assistant Prof.), preferably in Computer Science, 
Software Engineering, or related field.
•	Excellence in teaching software engineering courses.
•	Experience in collaborating with industry partners (tenure-track)
•	Work experience in IT industry (at least 5 years)
•	Ability to work independently and as part of a team.
•	Excellent English communication skills, including written and 
presentation skills.

Desirable
•	Ability to supervise graduate and PhD students (tenure-track)
•	Experience in working as a project team member/ team leader
•	Publication record commensurate with experience.
•	Experience of academic leadership, evidence of attracting 
significant research funding as well as personal distinction in scholarship 
and research.
•	Willingness to travel within Russia and overseas in order to 
facilitate research (tenure-track).
•	Research background in Computer Science and related fields (tenure-
track)

 
Hiring benefits

•	Participation in delivery of the Master’s degree program offered in 
cooperation with Carnegie Mellon University (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania US). 
This may include an extended residency period. 
•	Opportunity to supervise a cohort of talented Russian students 
pursuing master’s degrees at Innopolis University
•	Professional growth / development opportunities and support
•	Annual compensation (range variable, based upon depth of 
experience):
-	Assistant Prof: $100 – 135k
-	Associate Prof: $130 – 175k
•	Relocation allowance 
•	Housing allowance
•	Vacation allowance

Application

The application package for the faculty position includes:

•	Letter of application
•	Curriculum Vitae
•	Statement of teaching philosophy
•	Summary list of publications
•	Research statement describing past and future research efforts 
(optional)
Summary of teaching experience
•	Names and contact information for references

Application review

•	Candidates will be reviewed on the basis of their professional, 
teaching and academic leadership, activity in the academic community, and 
research record (desirable, but not required).
•	For candidates interested in the tenure-track position, expectations 
are that the new faculty will guide and promote scientific research, 
instruct at the undergraduate and graduate level, remain current in their 
respective field, promote international collaboration, and contribute to the 
greater Innopolis University community throughout their careers. 

About Innopolis University 

Innopolis University is an innovative Russian university, founded in 2012, 
specializing in Information Technologies.   With collaboration from Carnegie 
Mellon University (USA), Innopolis University specializes in undergraduate 
and graduate education degree programs.  Its charter is to educate highly 
qualified technical professionals for the Russian IT sector.  

Education will be primarily in English, and delivered by Russian and 
international faculty experts in their respective fields. 

For information on this partnership and Innopolis University, please visit:   
http://innopolis.ru/files/docs/uni/innopolis_university.pdf  and
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xpmlt9j1fqU.

Location Overview

As the capital of Tatarstan, Kazan is considered to be one of the largest 
economic, industrial, scientific and cultural centers in Russia.  Located in 
the center of the well-developed Volga region, and situated between the 
industrial regions of the Central and the Ural economic areas, its 
geopolitical location within the Russian Federation has numerous advantages.  
Because of its size of 614.2 square kilometer, and its population of 1.13 
million people (40.7% of whom are under the age of 30), Kazan is regarded as 
one of the Republic’s cities with the greatest economic potential. Kazan’s 
student population is the third largest in Russia (after Moscow and St. 
Petersburg). With more than 56 institutions of higher education, more than 
200,000 students from 15 countries pursue their education in Kazan.  The 
Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Tatarstan is situated in Kazan, 
positioning Kazan centrally in scientific and research initiatives. See 
also: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=YiQpyvbtwl4#!


For detailed information, please visit: 
http://university.innopolis.ru/en/join-us/

Please, address candidate packages, materials, letters, and questions to:

ms-prof@innopolis.ru


Contact Information:
Please mention the CFD Jobs Database, record #12599 when responding to this ad.
NameTatiana Stanko
Emailt.stanko@innopolis.ru
Email ApplicationYes
Address40-42 Profsoyuznaya St
Record Data:
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► P00397 CFD Modelling Analyst (KTP Associate), University of Exeter/HiETA Ltd
   26 Mar, 2015 
Job Record #12598
TitleP00397 CFD Modelling Analyst (KTP Associate)
CategoryJob in Industry
EmployerUniversity of Exeter/HiETA Ltd
LocationUnited Kingdom, Devon, Exeter
InternationalYes, international applications are welcome
Closure DateSunday, April 26, 2015
Description:
The College wishes to recruit a CFD Modelling Analyst (KTP Associate) to support 
the work of Prof Gavin Tabor. This post is available immediately, for 2 years 
and requires a First degree or Masters (MEng/MSc/MSci/MMath/) in Engineering, 
Mathematics, Physics, Computer Science, or related discipline to undertake a 
collaborative project between HiETA Technologies Limited and the University of 
Exeter.
 
HiETA is a product design, development and production company exploiting 
Additive Manufacturing (AM) technology.  The company has a particular interest 
in metals and composite AM technology; mainly for use in thermal management and 
light-weight applications in aerospace, defence, automotive and the clean energy 
sectors.
 
The successful candidate will work closely with both the company and academic 
staff, to develop an in-house capability in Computational Fluid Dynamic (CFD) 
techniques and to increase levels of expertise in fluid flow, heat transfer, and 
waste extraction, enabling HiETA to innovate and exploit more sophisticated AM 
technology.
 
Applicants will possess minimally a First degree, preferably a Masters in 
Mathematics, Physics, Engineering or a related discipline.  Knowledge of thermo-
dynamics and its practical application would be sought, knowledge of fluid 
mechanics and CFD would be beneficial but training would be given.
 
Applicants will possess excellent IT, time management and communication skills 
(both written and oral) and the confidence to interact with personnel at every 
level. The suitable candidate will be self-motivated and able to work both 
independently and as part of a team. The selection team will also be looking for 
evidence of original thinking and the ability to find innovative and relevant 
solutions to problems.
 
This two year fixed term post is the result of a Knowledge Transfer Partnership 
(KTP) between HiETA and the University of Exeter. The candidate will be based at 
HiETA, Bristol & Bath Science Park, Bristol.  
 
For further information please contact Dr Gavin Tabor, e-mail: 
G.R.Tabor@exeter.ac.uk tel: 01392 723662 or Dr Matt Baker e-mail: 
M.J.Baker@exeter.ac.uk   tel: 01392 726391.  
 
To apply please access the University online job application website (details 
below) and fill out the application form.
 
Interviews will take place at HiETA, Bristol & Bath Science Park, Bristol.   
The department is proud to have a Bronze Athena SWAN award in recognition of 
their commitment to providing equality of opportunity and advancing the 
representation of women in STEM/M subjects.
 
The University of Exeter is an equal opportunity employer which is 'Positive 
about Disabled People'. Whilst all applicants will be judged on merit alone, we 
particularly welcome applications from groups currently underrepresented in the 
workforce.
Contact Information:
Please mention the CFD Jobs Database, record #12598 when responding to this ad.
NameGavin Tabor
Emailg.r.tabor@ex.ac.uk
Email ApplicationNo
Phone441392263662
URLhttps://jobs.exeter.ac.uk/hrpr_webrecruitment/wrd/run/ETREC107GF.open?VACANCY_ID=050804C4N8&WVID=3817591jNg&LANG=USA
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