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► Software Developer, Convergent Science
   26 Jul, 2016 
Job Record #13659
TitleSoftware Developer
CategoryJob in Industry
EmployerConvergent Science
LocationUnited States, Wisconsin, Madison
InternationalYes, international applications are welcome
Closure DateWednesday, August 31, 2016
Description:
We’re looking for an experienced, motivated professional to work with us to 
develop the next generation of CONVERGE, a popular CFD software tool. We 
need someone who will:

Rework legacy code to improve performance and maintainability.
Work with scientists to make sure that they have the APIs they need to 
implement their models.
Develop parallelization strategies and tools for both existing and new 
algorithms.
Work on high-performance, scalable methods.

We are looking for someone who has either:
A bachelor’s degree in computer science, mathematics, or related field and 
five years industry experience, or
A graduate degree in computer science, mathematics, or related field and 
three years industry experience.

Required skills:
Object-oriented programming.
Either C or C++.
Familiarity with geometry, calculus, and differential equations.
MPI/OpenMP programming.

Special consideration will be given to candidates who have:
Experience working with CFD, FEA, or 3D CAD codes.
Experience developing for systems with 1000 or more processors.
Experience with cross-platform development (Cray, Windows, Linux, etc).

Contact Information:
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NameJoshua
Emailjoshua.strodtbeck@convergecfd.com
Email ApplicationYes
Phone608-230-1519
URLhttp://convergecfd.com
Address6400 Enterprise Lane
Madison, WI 53719
Record Data:
Last Modified16:43:05, Tuesday, July 26, 2016

► Stochastic methods for fluid flow and transport processes, BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg/LS Numerische Strömungs- und Gasdynamik
   25 Jul, 2016 
Job Record #13597
TitleStochastic methods for fluid flow and transport processes
CategoryPhD Studentship
EmployerBTU Cottbus-Senftenberg/LS Numerische Strömungs- und Gasdynamik
LocationGermany, Cottbus
InternationalYes, international applications are welcome
Closure DateWednesday, August 10, 2016
Description:
The Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus-Senftenberg will launch new
thematic clusters in the 
Graduate Research School (GRS) as part of the strategy to strengthen the
research profile of BTU. Thematic 
clusters are flexible units that shall contribute to the creation of critical
masses in the core research areas 
of BTU. At the same time they are an important instrument of promoting young
researchers.
Against this backdrop the BTU will establish in October 2016 the thematic
cluster “Stochastic methods for 
fluid flow and transport processes”. Successful applicants are expected to begin
their research in October 
2016 (latest January 2017) and the scholarship will be tenable for 36 months.
The amount of the 
scholarship is 1,300-1,600 euros per month. The GRS will also offer child
support for doctoral students 
with children. Scholarship holders will have access to additional funding of the
GRS for their doctoral 
(Ph.D.) research (e.g. mobility grants etc.).

Description of the cluster:
The GRS cluster has the objective to investigate stochastic mathematical methods
for the modeling, 
simulation, and optimization of flow and transport processes. The latter are
interdisciplinary in terms of 
the key themes of BTU, energy and environment, and thus of fundamental
importance. Hence, the aerosol 
deposition in bio-energy technology (Chair of Particle Technology), the
stochastic modeling of turbulence 
(Chair of Numerical Flow and Gas Dynamics), geophysical and technical flows
(Chair of Aerodynamics and 
Fluid Mechanics) or noise analysis (Chair of Technical Acoustics), are examples
of engineering research 
topics, where BTU has already acquired a certain reputation on a national and
international level.
Here we look for candidates concerning sub-project no. 7 "Stochastic modelling
of turbulent flows".

Requirements:
Diploma or Master in the respective field of the sub-project with an
engineering, physical or mathematical 
orientation, team spirit, interest in interdisciplinary research
Working language: German/English
Language of dissertation: German/English

Required documents:
− Letter of motivation
− CV
− Certificates and transcripts
− Summary of previous own research (including diploma / master thesis)
− 2 References (email addresses from people who could write a "Letter of Support" )

How to apply?
Please note that the cluster only accepts complete applications. The application
deadline is the 15th of 
August 2016. Please send your application only via email as one single PDF
document only to the 
mentioned email address.












Contact Information:
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NameH. Schmidt
Emailheischmi@zedat.fu-berlin.de
Email ApplicationYes
URLhttp://www.b-tu.de/fg-stroemungsmodellierung/
Record Data:
Last Modified15:19:06, Monday, July 25, 2016

► Experimental / Numerical investigation of gas-particle flows, Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf
   25 Jul, 2016 
Job Record #13577
TitleExperimental / Numerical investigation of gas-particle flows
CategoryInternship
EmployerHelmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf
LocationGermany, Dresden
InternationalYes, international applications are welcome
Closure DateSunday, January 01, 2017
Description:
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6-month internship available
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Background:
Froth flotation is a separation process which plays a major role in the mining
industry. Bubble-particle interactions are the very heart of this process,
largely used for the capture of valuable commodities such as rare earth metals.
The Institute of Fluid Dynamics of the research centre Helmholtz-Zentrum
Dresden-Rossendorf (Germany) is making a bold move towards investigating the
capture of mineral particles by rising bubbles. The Institute offers two
internships on the following topics:

(1) Experimental observation of particle bubble interaction
(2) Direct numerical simulation of the particle-bubble interactions using an
in-house computer program

Tasks:
•Literature survey on particle attachment to bubble surface and froth flotation
•Visualisation with a high-speed camera of the attachment of falling solid
particles on the surface of bubble (Topic 1)
•Image processing of particle-bubble interactions (Topic 1)
•Implementation of particle-bubble collision model in C++ (Topic 2)

Skills
•Interest in fluid mechanics
•English or German
•High level of autonomy
•Enthusiasm for experimental work (Topic 1)
•Enthusiasm for applied mathematics (Topic 2)

Duration:
5-7 Months
Staring date: November 2016~January 2017.

Financial compensation
Yes we offer our student a compensation.

Kindly send your application via Email at:
G.LECRIVAIN (AT) HZDR (DOT) DE
Dr. Gregory Lecrivain
Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf
Institute of Fluid Dynamics
Bautzner Landstraße 400, 
01328 Dresden, Germany
Contact Information:
Please mention the CFD Jobs Database, record #13577 when responding to this ad.
NameDr. Gregory Lecrivain
EmailSee email address in the description
Email ApplicationYes
URLhttp://hzdr.de
Record Data:
Last Modified14:27:15, Monday, July 25, 2016

► PhD/MASc Students, University of Windsor
   22 Jul, 2016 
Job Record #13658
TitlePhD/MASc Students
CategoryJob in Academia
EmployerUniversity of Windsor
LocationCanada, Ontario, Windsor
InternationalYes, international applications are welcome
Closure DateSunday, December 31, 2017
Description:
Position: PhD/Master Students on CFD Code Development 

The requirements are as follows:

Good knowledge in fluid mechanics, heat transfer/combustion
Good at computer programming (at least one of the following languages): 
FORTRAN, java, c, c++ for engineering computation.
Experience on commercial CFD software packages.

Meet other requirements from the department (TOEFL or other English Tests, GRE 
is NOT required).

The following criteria are preferred, but NOT required:
Knowing numerical method for engineering calculations or having experience on 
engineering calculation code development.
Capability of conducting experiments
Knowledge and/or experience on fuel cell and hydrogen technology
Knowledge in internal combustion engine
 

Contact Information:
Please mention the CFD Jobs Database, record #13658 when responding to this ad.
NameBiao Zhou
Emailbzhou@uwindsor.ca
Email ApplicationYes
URLhttp://www.uwindsor.ca/bzhou
Record Data:
Last Modified20:25:27, Friday, July 22, 2016

► Research fellowship, University of Porto, School of Engineering, CEFT
   22 Jul, 2016 
Job Record #13657
TitleResearch fellowship
CategoryJob in Academia
EmployerUniversity of Porto, School of Engineering, CEFT
LocationPortugal, Porto
InternationalYes, international applications are welcome
Closure DateThursday, September 29, 2016
Description:
Admission  requirements:  MSc  degree  in  Mechanical  Engineering,  Materials 
Engineering,  Physics, Mathematics  or  related  areas  with training/experience
 on  modelling  the  dynamic  response  of composites  under  mechanical  loads.
 The  composites  (CorkSTFluidics)  consist  of  a  closed‐cell  foam, which
hosts microfluidic patterns filled with a fluid (Newtonian and non‐Newtonian).
As it is expected that fluid‐structure interaction (FSI) plays a key role in the
dynamic response of the composite as a whole, the experience of candidates on
numerical simulations of FSI problems or multiphysics will be positively valued. 

Work  plan:  We  intend  to  reach  the  final  model  of  the  dynamic 
performance  of  the  composite (CorkSTFluidics)  under  an  external 
vibrational  load  by  accomplishing  few  intermediate  steps:  1) modelling 
the  dynamics  of  closed‐cell  foam;  2)  modelling  the  dynamics  of  the 
closed  cell  foam containing  the  microfluidic  patterns  (empty,  i.e. 
filled  with  air);  3)  modelling  the  dynamics  of  the closed cell foam
containing the microfluidic patterns filled with a Newtonian liquid; 4)
modelling the dynamics of the closed cell foam containing the microfluidic
patterns filled with a Shear Thickening Fluid;  5)  modelling  the  dynamics  of
 the  closed  cell  foam  containing  the  microfluidic  patterns  filled 
with  viscoelastic  fluid.  Mathematical  models  will  be  assessed  with 
available  results  either  from numerical simulations or experiments.  
Contact Information:
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NameRecruitment Manager
Emailrecursoshumanos@fe.up.pt
Email ApplicationYes
URLhttp://www.eracareers.pt/opportunities/index.aspx?task=global&jobId=79439
Record Data:
Last Modified15:55:06, Friday, July 22, 2016

► Scientist/Postdoc in modeling the flux of organic carbon, Max Planck Institute for Meteorology
   22 Jul, 2016 
Job Record #13656
TitleScientist/Postdoc in modeling the flux of organic carbon
CategoryPostDoc Position
EmployerMax Planck Institute for Meteorology
LocationGermany, Hamburg
InternationalYes, international applications are welcome
Closure DateMonday, September 05, 2016
Description:
The Max Planck Institute for Meteorology (MPI-M) is a multidisciplinary center
for climate and Earth system research located in Hamburg, Germany. It’s one of
the premier climate science research institutes in the world. Located in the
heart of one of Europe’s most livable and vibrant cities it provides a highly
international and interdisciplinary environment for conducting scientific
research as well as access to state of the art scientific facilities.

The Max Planck Institute for Meteorology contributes to the Cluster of
Excellence “Integrated Climate System Analysis and Prediction” (CliSAP). With
respect to this research programme, we have an open position for a

Scientist/Postdoc (m/f – W030)

in modeling the flux of organic carbon and nutrient fluxes between land and
ocean with a focus on the Arctic rivers. The successful candidate will
contribute to develop-ment of module for dissolved and particulate organic
carbon and nutrient transfer from land to ocean, primarily in permafrost
regions, using MPI Earth System model, and, together with the partners from the
Soil Institute of the University of Hamburg, investigate an effect of this
carbon transfer on greenhouse gases emissions on global scale. This research
will be performed in close co-operation between several research groups at the
Max Planck Institute for Meteorology and University of Hamburg contributing to
the CliSAP programme. 

Requirements:
•	PhD degree in physics, mathematics, meteorology, or environmental sciences;
•	experience in modelling biogeochemical or geophysical processes on a global or
large-regional scale;
•	familiarity with coding and running computer models, programming skills in
FORTRAN or C on a UNIX platform;
•	strong motivation and ability to carry out research in an interdisciplinary
and international environment.

Selection criteria
The selection criteria will value the qualifications, the experience and the
ability of the candidates to fulfill the responsibilities of the opening as
outlined above. A selection panel will be established.
The Max Planck Institute for Meteorology seeks to increase the number of female
scientist and encourages them to apply. Handicapped persons with comparable
qualifications receive preferential status.

Employment conditions
•	The position is available until 31 October 2017.
•	Payment will be in accordance with German public service positions (TVoeD E
14), including extensive social security plans. The conditions of employment,
including upgrades and duration, follow the rules of the Max Planck Society for
the Advancement of Sciences and those of the German civil service.

How to submit your application for this post
Please submit:
-	A cover letter
-	A detailed curriculum vitae
-	The names, addresses, and telephone numbers of two references 
By uploading the documents in our online Webtool:

https://s-lotus.gwdg.de/mpg/mhmt/perso/mpim_w030.nsf/application

Deadline for applying
This vacancy has been opened on 22 July 2016. The vacancy will be kept open
until filled.
A first cut-off date for the collection of the applications is foreseen on 5
September 2016. If the position is not filled, this vacancy announcement will be
re-published indicating a second cut-off date.
For further information, please contact Victor Brovkin
(victor.brovkin(at)mpimet. mpg.de). Do not forward your application to these
email addresses; the application needs to be submitted through the online
Webtool (see link above).

Contact Information:
Please mention the CFD Jobs Database, record #13656 when responding to this ad.
NameVictor Brovkin
Emailjobs@vw.mpimet.mpg.de
Email ApplicationNo
URLhttps://s-lotus.gwdg.de/mpg/mhmt/perso/mpim_w030.nsf/application
Record Data:
Last Modified09:01:29, Friday, July 22, 2016

► PostDoc Position, VCU-RMC
   21 Jul, 2016 
Job Record #13651
TitlePostDoc Position
CategoryPostDoc Position
EmployerVCU-RMC
LocationUnited States, Virginia, Richmond
InternationalYes, international applications are welcome
Closure DateWednesday, August 31, 2016
Description:
Postdoctoral Fellowship 

Postdoctoral Research Associate applications are invited for a two-year joint
project between Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) and Randolph-Macon
College (R-MC).  The project is a combined computational-experimental research
program aimed at simulating, designing, fabricating, and testing novel
superhydrophobic desalination membranes made via electrospinning for water
purification applications. The candidate must have a PhD in Mechanical or
Chemical Engineering or a closely-related field and a strong background in fluid
mechanics, heat transfer, and polymer science.  

The project starts on November 1, 2016 with a starting salary of $48,000 per
year plus benefits including health insurance.  Interested applicants are
encouraged to email their complete resume, list of publications, and the names
of three references in a single pdf file to both Dr. Tafreshi
(htafreshi@vcu.edu) and Dr. McLeskey (JamesMcLeskey@rmc.edu).

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

http://mechanical-and-nuclear.egr.vcu.edu/faculty/tafreshi/

and 

http://www.rmc.edu/departments/physics/faculty


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

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


Information about the RMC can be found at:

http://www.rmc.edu/departments/physics


Randolph-Macon College is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  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 #13651 when responding to this ad.
NameHooman Tafreshi
Emailhtafreshi@vcu.edu
Email ApplicationYes
Phone804-828-9936
URLhttp://www.people.vcu.edu/~htafreshi/
Record Data:
Last Modified18:18:58, Thursday, July 21, 2016

► Ph.D. CFD Spray Combustion Position, University of Central Florida, Propulsion & Energy Research Lab
   21 Jul, 2016 
Job Record #13654
TitlePh.D. CFD Spray Combustion Position
CategoryPhD Studentship
EmployerUniversity of Central Florida, Propulsion & Energy Research Lab
LocationUnited States, Florida, Orlando
InternationalYes, international applications are welcome
Closure DateThursday, December 01, 2016
Description:

Ph.D. CFD Spray Combustion Position:

The Propulsion & Energy Research Laboratory at the Center for Advanced Turbomachinery & Energy Research and the Department of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering, University of Central Florida is currently seeking a post-doctoral candidate for state of the art research opportunity in multi-phase turbulent reacting flows for gasoline direct injection combustion. The research is in collaboration with a major German research institution and travel/presence in Germany is required and expected for this research. Competitive stipend salaries are available, including full tuition waiver support and benefits.

Job Description:

The research will focus on understanding the interaction of internal nozzle flow and spray breakup of injectors have great relevance in further reduction of emissions in combustion engines. Here, computational fluid dynamics (CFD) gives good possibilities to get a deeper understanding of the physical processes involved. For even better predictions of the phenomenon already existing methods need to be improved and new models need to be developed.

Conceptual Formulation:

§  Modeling of physical spray processes

§  Detailed investigation of the involved fluid mechanics, i.e. the interaction of internal nozzle flow & spray breakup

§  Developing of efficient thermodynamic models for CFD programs

§  Programming of functional and libraries for CFD tools

§  Validation of the developed methods

Required:

Candidates must have the following in order to be considered for this position:

§  A recent M.S. in Mechanical Engineering, Aerospace Engineering, Computer Science Engineering

§  A strong background and training in thermal sciences, fluid mechanics, computational fluid dynamics, and combustion sciences

§  A demonstrated experience and accomplishment in numerical research and development of simulation software

§  Very good programming skills in at least one programming language (C/C++, Python, Matlab, Fortran, Java,...)

§  A working style demonstrating initiative and willingness to take on individual responsibility

§  Excellent verbal and written communication skills (German language is a plus)

§  The ability to work effectively with others

 

To apply, please send a C.V./resume to (GPAs, GRE scores and list of references) Dr. Kareem Ahmed (kareem.ahmed@ucf.edu).

Links:

The Propulsion & Energy Research Laboratory: http://mae.ucf.edu/PERL/

The Center for Advanced Turbomachinery & Energy Research: http://cater.cecs.ucf.edu/

The Department of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering at University of Central Florida: http://mae.ucf.edu/

 

Contact Information:
Please mention the CFD Jobs Database, record #13654 when responding to this ad.
NameKareem Ahmed
Emailkareem.ahmed@ucf.edu
Email ApplicationYes
Phone407-823-5710
URLhttp://mae.ucf.edu/PERL/
AddressMechanical and Aerospace Engineering
University of Central Florida
Eng. 1, Rm. 217, Orlando, FL 32816
Record Data:
Last Modified17:51:30, Thursday, July 21, 2016

► Post-Doc CFD Spray Combustion Position, University of Central Florida, Propulsion & Energy Research Lab
   21 Jul, 2016 
Job Record #13655
TitlePost-Doc CFD Spray Combustion Position
CategoryPostDoc Position
EmployerUniversity of Central Florida, Propulsion & Energy Research Lab
LocationUnited States, Florida, Orlando
InternationalYes, international applications are welcome
Closure DateThursday, December 01, 2016
Description:

Post-Doc CFD Spray Combustion Position:

The Propulsion & Energy Research Laboratory at the Center for Advanced Turbomachinery & Energy Research and the Department of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering, University of Central Florida is currently seeking a post-doctoral candidate for state of the art research opportunity in multi-phase turbulent reacting flows for gasoline direct injection combustion. The research is in collaboration with a major German research institution and travel/presence in Germany is required and expected for this research. Competitive stipend salaries are available.

Job Description:

The research will focus on understanding the interaction of internal nozzle flow and spray breakup of injectors have great relevance in further reduction of emissions in combustion engines. Here, computational fluid dynamics (CFD) gives good possibilities to get a deeper understanding of the physical processes involved. For even better predictions of the phenomenon already existing methods need to be improved and new models need to be developed.

Conceptual Formulation:

§  Modeling of physical spray processes

§  Detailed investigation of the involved fluid mechanics, i.e. the interaction of internal nozzle flow & spray breakup

§  Developing of efficient thermodynamic models for CFD programs

§  Programming of functional and libraries for CFD tools

§  Validation of the developed methods

Required:

Candidates must have the following in order to be considered for this position:

§  A recent Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering, Aerospace Engineering, Computer Science Engineering

§  A strong background and training in thermal sciences, fluid mechanics, computational fluid dynamics, and combustion sciences

§  A demonstrated experience and accomplishment in numerical research and development of simulation software

§  Very good programming skills in at least one programming language (C/C++, Python, Matlab, Fortran, Java,...)

§  A working style demonstrating initiative and willingness to take on individual responsibility

§  Excellent verbal and written communication skills (German language is a plus)

§  The ability to work effectively with others

 

To apply, please send a C.V./resume to Dr. Kareem Ahmed (kareem.ahmed@ucf.edu).

Links:

The Propulsion & Energy Research Laboratory: http://mae.ucf.edu/PERL/

The Center for Advanced Turbomachinery & Energy Research: http://cater.cecs.ucf.edu/

The Department of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering at University of Central Florida: http://mae.ucf.edu/

Contact Information:
Please mention the CFD Jobs Database, record #13655 when responding to this ad.
NameDr. Kareem Ahmed
Emailkareem.ahmed@ucf.edu
Email ApplicationYes
Phone407-823-5710
URLhttp://mae.ucf.edu/PERL/
AddressMechanical and Aerospace Engineering
University of Central Florida
Eng. 1, Rm. 217, Orlando, FL 32816
Record Data:
Last Modified17:50:11, Thursday, July 21, 2016

► Postdoc in conducted convection-permitting simulations, Max Planck Institute for Meteorology
   21 Jul, 2016 
Job Record #13653
TitlePostdoc in conducted convection-permitting simulations
CategoryPostDoc Position
EmployerMax Planck Institute for Meteorology
LocationGermany, Hamburg
InternationalYes, international applications are welcome
Closure DateFriday, September 02, 2016
Description:
The Max Planck Institute for Meteorology (MPI-M) is a multidisciplinary centre for climate research located in Hamburg, Germany, one of Europe’s most livable and vibrant cities. The MPI-M has an internationally recognised reputation in climate modelling and provides a highly international and interdisciplinary environment for conducting scientific research as well as access to state-of-the-art scientific facilities. The Department the Atmosphere in The Earth System is searching for an exceptional Postdoctoral Scientist (m/f; MPIM-W028). The successful applicant will work within the Department 'Atmosphere in the Earth System to link high-resolution modelling and observations to theories of convective organization and ITCZ formation with a particular emphasis on cloud radiative effects. Responsibilities The position offers the opportunity to work with newly conducted convection-permitting simulations (2.5 km grid spacing) of the tropical Atlantic (10S-20N; 68W-15E), performed in coordination with the NARVAL-II field study, and hence also have access to data from the field campaign as well as related ground and satellite based remote sensing data. The successful applicant will work with Bjorn Stevens, but the position comes with considerable freedom to shape the research questions, hopefully in cooperation with some subset of the project partners which include: the German Weather Service, through the Hans Ertel Centrum (Cathy Hohenegger and Daniel Klocke), the Laboratoire de Météorologie Dynamique (Sandrine Bony), and the University of Hamburg (Stefan Buehler and Felix Ament). Qualifications / Experience Candidates with a strong background in atmospheric convection and its interaction with large-scale circulations are strongly preferred, experience in modelling, model analysis, and/or the analysis of observations is also desired. Additional qualifications include: a PhD in Meteorology or a related field; strong programming/scripting and analytic skills; an ability to work as part of a team; and an ability to communicate effectively as demonstrated through at least one excellent first authored scientific publication (or publication draft). Employment conditions • The position is offered for at least two years, with an extension of an additional year contingent on performance and financing, starting as soon as possible. • Payment will be in accordance with German public service positions (TVoeD E14), including extensive social security plans. The conditions of employment, including upgrades and duration, follow the rules of the Max Planck Society for the Advancement of Sciences and those of the German civil service. • The Max Planck Institute for Meteorology seeks to increase the number of female scientist and encourages them to apply. Handicapped persons with comparable qualifications receive preferential status. Selection criteria Candidates will be evaluated based on their qualifications and ability to fulfill the responsibilities as outlined for this position. How to submit your application for this post Please submit: 1) A cover letter 2) A detailed curriculum vitae 3) The names, addresses, and telephone numbers of two referees by uploading the documents in our online application system: https://s-lotus.gwdg.de/mpg/mhmt/perso/mpim_w028.nsf/application Deadline for applying This vacancy has been opened 21 July 2016. A first cut-off date for the collection of the applications is foreseen on 2 September 2016. If the position is not filled, this vacancy announcement will be re-published indicating a second cut-off date. Further information on this position For further information, please contact Dr. Bjorn Stevens at bjorn.stevens(at) mpimet.mpg.de. Do not forward your application to this email address, the applications need to be submitted through the online application system (see link above).
Contact Information:
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NameBjorn Stevens
Emailjobs@vw.mpimet.mpg.de
Email ApplicationNo
URLhttps://s-lotus.gwdg.de/mpg/mhmt/perso/mpim_w028.nsf/application
Record Data:
Last Modified13:25:49, Thursday, July 21, 2016

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