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Old   June 12, 2003, 04:14
Default Masters in CFD
Sajjad Haider
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I would like to strengthen my knowledge of CFD that i gained while doing doctorate in hydraulic engineering. During my research, i used a 2D shallow water equation finite volume code to model incompressible flow. To this end, i intend doing Masters in CFD, kindly advice me about a MS programme which can help me achieve the stated goals. A further requirement; after this MS, i should be able to find a job with relative ease in CFD industry or in Research.
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Old   June 18, 2003, 06:45
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Hmm.. I'm not sure about the job propspect though.. I'm actually on the same boat as you.. I've already have a Master in computational engineering and trying to find CFD related jobs (since I'm planning to pursue my PHD).. However upto this point I did not manage to find industrial related job in my country.. (I'm based in Asia).. It might be easier in Research institute though....
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Old   June 18, 2003, 13:59
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Check out this sites "CFD jobs database". Currently 8 CFD job openings in Asia.
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Old   June 27, 2003, 06:18
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Well, if you are looking for a MSc degree, take a look at Leeds's CFD master program. See

If you are looking for knowledge on Turbulence with CFD, see

But, if you are looking for more mathematics, numerics and more complicated algorithms, certainly needed for a future work in CFD, see

All of them are given in English, the first is in UK => fees while the 2 others are in Sweden => no fees but the cost of living is very expensive there.

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Old   June 27, 2003, 06:28
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Yes, Raul, but there is another side of the history. Sajjad may find a job in UK from any master degree from both from UK and Sweden, but I don't think Sajjad will get a job in Sweden from any master degree, regardless the origen. That's the truth of doing a master in Sweden. By the way, up to know, Germany is the cheapest place to do an international master degree in Europe, no fees and the cost of living is very low, if you do it at some of the University Cities, e.g. Aachen (= the best technical University in Germany). But jobs.....ummmm..... not even there.
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