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ramesh July 29, 2005 08:20

PHD possibilities in canada
 
Dear all, If anyone in the forum has knowledge about the PHD thesis possibilities in the field of grid deformation and adaptive mesh refinement in any of the canadian universities, kindly let me know. I am currenly doing my master thesis in the same field and would like to continue further. Thanks in advance Ramesh

Andrew Hayes July 29, 2005 09:14

Re: PHD possibilities in canada
 
I have some friends that went to the University of Alberta and did low temperature thermo/fluid stuff for their PhD, but I can't answer the mesh question for you.

ben July 29, 2005 10:14

Re: PHD possibilities in canada
 
keep an eye on the jobs section

upwind July 29, 2005 10:36

Re: PHD possibilities in canada
 
Carl Olivier Gooch at the University of British Columbia works in the area of 3-d grid generation research and supports grid generation software which goes by the GRUMP or some name like that.

........... July 29, 2005 11:47

Re: PHD possibilities in canada
 
Try Andrew Pollard at Kingston University in Canada. He's a nice guy, I spoke to him before I started doing a PhD and he seemed to be open to finding funding for interested students.

Ramesh July 29, 2005 14:24

Re: PHD possibilities in canada
 
Thanks guys for the response, searching in net is a tedious job since there are so many universities so clues like these from people would help a lot. Regards Ramesh

Myron July 29, 2005 15:15

Re: PHD possibilities in canada
 
A good contact would be Prof Wagdi (Fred) Habashi at McGill in Montreal.


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