|May 14, 2009, 06:39||
Finding a post-doc in CFD-fields from a chemistry background
Join Date: May 2009
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I am currently a PhD student working on detailed reaction mechanisms for combustion processes.
Being interested in CFD-modeling applied to combustion
problems, I would like to find a post-doc position in CFD-field after the completion of my PhD.
I had a formation in environmental sciences with a strong background on chemistry, during which I had also followed lessons about
thermodynamics, fluid mechanics, heat transfers, numerical analysis and
all things necessary to fully understand and handle combustion processes.
Nevertheless, I have until now not directly employed a CFD-code, but I find
that really interesting and I would like to orient myself toward this
Do you think it is possible for me under these conditions to find a
postdoc position in CFD combustion modeling, in spite of my lack of
direct experience ?
I thank you very much for your response !
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