Opening is anticipated for 1-2 PhD students in computational fluid
dynamics/computational engineering starting Fall 2014 at the City College of New
York (CCNY) of the City University of New York (CUNY). Funded by NSF and other
sources, the successful candidate will develop new and enhance existing
numerical models for problems of coastal ocean flows.
It is expected that the candidates are highly motivated and goal oriented, and have
1. MS degree in oceanography, applied math, civil engineering, or other
2. Solid knowledge in mathematics, numerical methods, and physics
3. Good knowledge of programming (e.g., Fortran, MPI, and C/C++)
Preference will be given to those who have previous experience in computer
programming and flow modeling algorithm development. Background in both math and
engineering is especially welcome. People with citizenship of U.S. and its
territory will have priority.
The CUNY is the US’s leading urban public university serving more than 400,000
students at 23 colleges in New York City. CCNY, the flagship campus of the
university, is located in Manhattan and draws students from around the world.
CCNY is ranked among the top US universities for producing engineers, business
executives, scientists (including 9 Nobel prize winners, 1 Fields medallist,
If interested and for a full consideration, please apply as soon as possible at
The search will be going on until the position is filled. You are also welcome
to send a CV (including TOFEL and GRE scores if international applicants, no
such scores won't be considered), transcripts, list of publications (if any) for
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