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Caluca November 24, 2011 12:46

What is a particularly good university for a PhD in CFD
 
I am nearing the end of my Masters. Therefore I am looking for PhD positions.

The universities which were recommended to me are:

The Imperial College of London
Gent University
Delft University of Technology
McGill University

Which universities are particularly good and active in the field of fluid-structure interaction?

Feel free to recommend others!

0.1 watts December 1, 2011 20:35

Hey, I have a few to add to the list:
- University of Nottingham
- University of Southampton
- University College London

leflix February 3, 2012 19:36

only english Universities ???!!! lol

0.1 watts February 3, 2012 20:30

Quote:

Originally Posted by leflix (Post 342687)
only english Universities ???!!! lol

Yes, I'm hardly going to make recommendations without personal experience or reliable knowledge. If you feel there are non-English universities which deserve recommendation then it might be more constructive to suggest them yourself rather than try to goad me.

zandi February 10, 2012 12:42

seeking for top universities and top CFD problem subject!!
 
hi friends
i'm seeking for new and up to date problem in open channel modelling area using cfd or any problems in cfd coding
i hope i could make myself clear
looking forward to hear your kind help
zandi

imbaasat March 3, 2012 08:58

Quote:

Originally Posted by leflix (Post 342687)
only english Universities ???!!! lol


BUAA

P R China

CFDsurfer March 12, 2012 23:31

Hi, i think other university could be interesting for you, Cranfield and Leeds, both in UK. but i dont know what is better, if anybody know what university is better, tell me pleasse.

thanks.

otd March 14, 2012 21:42

Stanford (California)
Iowa State (Ames)
U of Wisconsin
U of Minnesota

siw December 8, 2012 06:40

Cranfield University.

This is my biased opinion because I am currently studying a PhD in CFD at Cranfield. Graduated with an MSc in CFD there as well.

Also there are no undergraduates to clutter the place up with. :D

nxusernamez8 April 8, 2013 12:30

What is a particularly good university for a PhD in CFD
 
I don't know if the ages are different they start at an university,so, what's the avarage age for a first year student ?
I'm new here, just thought I would stop bye and say hello to every one.


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