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Old   May 17, 2014, 08:54
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Hello CFD experts.

I am writing in that forum in order to ask people who have experience in field of CFD a basic question which I hope will help me to decide what to do after completion of my study. I will be gratefull if you could express your opinion.

As far as I know from people in my country, Poland there are a small amount of job opportunities in Maritime CFD. I take into account only work for the industry, not in the research centers or Univercitiy. In brief: It is very difficult to find job as a specialist who actually solves CFD problems and working as a basic hydrodanamic at initial design stage or in R&D department ears poor money.

What do you think, what is your experience. What are the main employers in the world in this field?

Thank you very much for your interest and help

Kind regars

Agnieszka
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