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► PhD Studentships in Aeroacoustics and Flow/Noise Control, Southern University of Science and Technology
   26 Jan, 2020 
Job Record #16412
TitlePhD Studentships in Aeroacoustics and Flow/Noise Control
CategoryPhD Studentship
EmployerSouthern University of Science and Technology
LocationChina, Guangdong, Shenzhen
InternationalYes, international applications are welcome
Closure DateMonday, February 10, 2020
Applications are invited for a couple of PhD studentships at the Department of Mechanics and Aerospace Engineering (MAE), Southern University of Science and Technology (SUSTech) in Shenzhen, China. The successful candidates will join the Advanced Aerodynamics and Aeroacoustics Laboratory (A3 Lab), and will be working mainly with Dr Yu Liu (Associate Professor).

Project Descriptions
PhD research projects are available in the areas of (but not limited to):
• Hybrid passive/active flow and noise control of bluff bodies
• Noise reduction of aircraft slats, trailing edges, and wind turbine blades
• Aerodynamic characteristics and noise mechanisms of stalled aerofoils
• Low-noise propeller design for UAVs and fans
• Insulation of sandwich structures for turbulent boundary layer induced cabin noise
• Flow and acoustic testing techniques, e.g. aeroacoustic wind tunnel, phased microphone array

About SUSTech 
Established in 2012, SUSTech is a public research university funded by the Shenzhen Municipality. It is positioned to be a top-tier international university that excels in interdisciplinary research, the nurturing of innovative talents and the transfer of new knowledge to practice. Located in Shenzhen, one of the fastest growing cities in China and the country’s window to the world, SUSTech enjoys strong connections with leading companies in China and renowned universities across the globe.
SUSTech is comprised of the College of Science, College of Engineering, College of Innovation and Entrepreneurship, College of Humanities and Social Sciences, School of Business, School of Life and Health Sciences, and the School of Medicine.
In the Times Higher Education World University Rankings released in September 2020, SUSTech ranked 9th among mainland Chinese universities.
More information about SUSTech, the MAE Department, and Dr Yu Liu can be found at:

About the PhD Programs
• SUSTech admits PhD students in the research areas of all academic departments and offers PhD degrees in Mathematics, Physics, Biology, Mechanics, and Intelligent Manufacturing & Robotics.
• All PhD programs are offered in English.
• Students with a Master’s degree are expected to complete their PhD program within 4 years. 

SUSTech PhD Scholarships
SUSTech offers PhD Scholarships to full-time PhD students with excellent research potential. This prestigious Fellowship provides a basic annual stipend of RMB 80,000 plus a performance-based award of RMB 20,000 per year for a maximum period of 4 years. The performance-based award will be evaluated by SUSTech departments and approved by the Graduate School.

Applicants should be of outstanding quality and exceptionally motivated, and should have
• A Master’s degree from a leading university within a country/region, and have demonstrated outstanding potential for research excellence. 
• Communication and interpersonal skills as well as leadership abilities are also important criteria for the selection of Fellowship recipients.
• English language requirements: TOEFL 80 or above; or IELTS 6.0 overall or above, with no sub-scores lower than 5.5.
Tuition and Accommodation Fees
• Tuition fee: RMB 40,000 per year. Registration fee: RMB500.
• Accommodation fee: RMB 1,500 per month for a single room in the graduate student dormitories.
• Extra financial support is available for all international students after enrollment to cover up to 3/4 of the tuition fee and accommodation fees for 11 months. The application should be made to the Graduate School after enrollment.
• The fees listed above are for reference and are subjected to adjustment.

How to apply
1. Application deadline: 
January 15, 2020. Please email the application documents in PDF to departmental contacts below. Subject of email: Application for SUSTech PhD Admission 2020 – International Student – Name
The MAE Department Contact: Ms Yang,

2. Application Documents (PDF version):
(1) Application form (Please download the “Application form-SUSTech PhD” from
(2) Personal statement, in Chinese or English, which should include study and work experience, reasons for application and study proposal.
(3) Research proposal, in English, > 1500 words.
(4) Degree certificates and academic transcripts, which must be original documents or notarized copies. If applicants are university students, they shall also provide an official pre-graduation certificate/letter showing their student status and stating the expected graduation date. For all documents in languages other than Chinese or English, notarized copies of translations in Chinese or English need to be provided.
(5) Photocopies of language proficiency certificates.
(6) Two letters of recommendation with appropriate contact details, in Chinese or English. 
(7) A photocopy of passport.
(8) Other documents that prove academic abilities.
Departments may require hard copies of the above documents. Application materials will NOT be returned regardless of the result of application.
Evaluation and Admission
Applications will be considered on the basis of the documents provided by the applicants. An interview and/or additional tests may be needed.
Offer letters will be issued to the successful applicants by the SUSTech Graduate Admission Office following the release of the application outcomes around March 2020. Applicants who are not admitted will not be informed.
Visa Application and Registration
Admitted students should bring their personal and ordinary passport, Certificate of Admission, Visa Application Form (JW202/JW201), as well as other documents as required to the Embassy or Consulate of the People's Republic of China for a student visa (X1 visa). Students shall come to SUSTech for registration during the dates indicated by the Admission package with the required documents. Normally, the registration period is in late August. Students must enter China with an ordinary passport and an X1 visa, and must apply for a Residence Permit within 30 days of arrival in China.
All students should present the necessary original or notarial degree certificates upon registration at SUSTech for enrollment qualification review. Students who fail the enrollment qualification review will be disqualified from enrollment.

Please send a cover letter explaining your qualifications and research plan for the PhD programme, a CV with a list of publications, and the contact details of two referees via email. 
Contact: Dr Yu Liu		Email:
General enquiries can be made to:
Bao Zhu (Miss)
SUSTech Graduate School,
Graduate School webpage:
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NameYu Liu
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► Post-doctoral Research Associate in Turbulence, Liverpool John Moores University
   26 Jan, 2020 
Job Record #16411
TitlePost-doctoral Research Associate in Turbulence
CategoryJob in Academia
EmployerLiverpool John Moores University
LocationUnited Kingdom, Liverpool
InternationalYes, international applications are welcome
Closure Date* None *
The Department of Maritime and Mechanical Engineering seeks to appoint a post-doctoral Research Associate in Fluid Mechanics (Turbulence) to work on an EPSRC-funded research project on a fixed term contact. The post is available from 1 June 2020 for 30 months. The research project considers numerical study of unsteady turbulence aiming to improve understanding of such flows and performance of turbulence models to predict its behaviour. Applicants should hold a first degree in engineering, applied mathematics or physics with a PhD degree in fluid mechanics or related field. Extensive experience in DNS (or LES or RANS) or other numerical analysis, ideally with experience of using in-house DNS/LES along with experience in programming. The position will require the successful candidate to undertake fundamental research in the area of unsteady turbulent flow; attend regular project meetings; deliver presentations at conferences, seminars and group meetings; and undertake the writing of high-quality journal and conference papers. Other attributes such as an ability to develop creative approaches to problem solving along with effective time-management skills and the ability to work to deadlines for project deliverables are essential. Enquiries should be directed to Dr. Mehdi Seddighi,
Contact Information:
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NameDr Mehdi Seddighi
Email ApplicationNo
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Last Modified12:03:00, Sunday, January 26, 2020

► Efficient CFD methods for wind turbines simulation, CIMEC - Universidad Nacional del Litoral
   24 Jan, 2020 
Job Record #16409
TitleEfficient CFD methods for wind turbines simulation
CategoryContract Work
EmployerCIMEC - Universidad Nacional del Litoral
LocationArgentina, Santa Fe, Santa Fe
InternationalYes, international applications are welcome
Closure DateMonday, February 17, 2020

A total of 15 PhD positions are available at 8 universities, 1 research centre
and 4 industries, in the framework of the European Marie Curie European Training
Network (ETN) zEPHYR. This project is focused on the development of performant 
wind farms by addressing simultaneously the individual performance of each 
turbine composing the wind farm, and the efficient harvesting of the local wind 
resources in on-shore and urban environments. The researchers recruited in 
zEPHYR will investigate emerging technologies through laboratory experiments, 
theoretical modelling and numerical simulations addressing the following 
aspects: mesoscale and microscale atmospheric boundary layer simulations, rotor 
aerodynamics, aeroacoustics and structural dynamics, atmospheric propagation and 
human factors, uncertainty quantification, sensitivity analysis and multi-
physical optimization.

In that context, the Universidad Nacional del Litoral (UNL), Argentina, is 
offering an ESR position for a PhD project entitled

Efficient CFD methods for the simulation of WT fluid-structure interaction

This research project is addressed to the development of finite volume methods 
as well as innovative particle methods for the numerical analysis of WT fluid-
structure interaction. Particle methods are known to be advantageous in 
convection dominated flows, and well adapted to simulate flows with moving 
boundaries. The objective is to accelerate the computations while preserving 
accuracy in order to enable optimization in design of wind turbines. Methods 
should be interacting with an existing code for wind turbine simulation 
including flexible blades, the machine, the mast, etc. Parallelisation will be 
made in an already developed MPI environment between UNL and Samtech for 

The PhD will be mainly based at the Research Center for Computational Methods 
(CIMEC) from UNL, under supervision by Profs. Norberto Nigro and Alberto 
Cardona, and several secondments are foreseen at partner institutions of the 
zEPHYR network: at Siemens Gamesa (Denmark), at Samtech SA (Belgium) and at 
National Technical University of Athens (Greece).

The contract can start between the 1st of April 2020 and the 1st of August 2020. 
Application deadline: 17 February 2020. 

The multidisciplinary topics addressed in zEPHYR are scientifically challenging 
and of high technological and economical relevance, promising interesting career 
perspectives in academic and multi-sectorial industrial environments. The zEPHYR 
partners do strictly adhere to the ethical standards of the European Charter for 
Researchers and Code of Conduct for the Recruitment of Researchers . Female 
scientists are particularly encouraged to apply. Applicants must satisfy some 
eligibility rules, in particular in terms of transnational mobility.  A strict 
equal opportunity, gender-neutral and internationally comparable recruitment 
procedure is implemented. Applications are to be made through the EURAXESS web 

The EURAXESS offer ID corresponding to this position is: 471233.


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NameAlberto Cardona
Email ApplicationYes
Phone+54 342 4511594
Fax+54 342 4511169
AddressProf Alberto Cardona
Ref: Contract UNL-2019-01
Predio CONICET “Dr Alberto Cassano”
Colectora Ruta Nac 168 s/n – Paraje El Pozo
(3000) Santa Fe
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► Transport in partially saturated porous medium, IFPEN, University Paris Saclay (FAST)
   24 Jan, 2020 
Job Record #16408
Title Transport in partially saturated porous medium
CategoryPhD Studentship
EmployerIFPEN, University Paris Saclay (FAST)
LocationFrance, Rueil Malmaison
InternationalYes, international applications are welcome
Closure DateMonday, June 01, 2020
The partially saturated zone (vadose) plays an important role in many areas of 
hydrology. Recently, interest in this area has grown due to increasing 
concerns about the impact of industrial, agricultural and urban activities on 
the quality of the subsoil environment and particularly the water resources. 
The groundwater table can be contaminated by pesticides applied to 
agricultural land as they inevitably move through the partially saturated zone 
towards the aquifer. Chemicals released from municipal and industrial disposal 
sites also pose risks to the environment. Depending on rainy and dry periods, 
the saturation in the vadose zone is variable. In addition, in the future, 
longer periods of drought are expected to alternate with intense rainfall 
events. Extrapolation from current scenarios will therefore be difficult and a 
better understanding of transport at very low saturations becomes crucial.
Despite a number of studies, transport in partially saturated porous media is 
still poorly understood and divergent results are found in the literature. The 
major difficulty lies in the fact that the volume of pores accessible by 
solutes depends on the physics of the underlying immiscible two-phase flow.  
The objective of this thesis is to better understand the transport of solutes 
in partially saturated porous media and the resulting macroscopic equations. 
The thesis consists of an experimental part and a numerical part. First, we 
will carry out immiscible air-water displacements in glass micromodels and 
mini-plugs of different geometries to study the influence of pore structure 
and fluid properties on the spatial distribution of air. In a second step, we 
will perform Lattice Boltzmann transport simulations in the images taken from 
the micromodel at partial saturation to derive the macroscopic equations. 

University Master degree in relevant disciplines (physics, geoscience, math, 
informatics) is required
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NameDaniela Bauer
Email ApplicationYes
Address1 et 4 avenue du Bois Préau,
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► Industry supported PhD investigating metal extrusion, Macquarie University
   24 Jan, 2020 
Job Record #16407
TitleIndustry supported PhD investigating metal extrusion
CategoryPhD Studentship
EmployerMacquarie University
LocationAustralia, New South Wales, Sydney
InternationalYes, international applications are welcome
Closure DateMonday, February 24, 2020
An exciting and unique opportunity exists for a PhD student to undertake 
research at Macquarie University to investigate the potential of applying 
Computational Fluid Dynamics to the metal extrusion process. This project is 
being undertaken in collaboration with an innovative Australian company with 
a desire to enhance their ability to predict the performance of their dies 
to better serve their local and international clients.

During the course of this research project the successful applicant will be 
required to investigate the feasibility of modelling the extrusion process 
in order to predict the performance of an extrusion die using CFD. In 
addition to establishing simulations, experiments will be required to be 
designed, manufactured and undertaken to validate the simulations 
capabilities. Site visits to the industry partner will be vital to allow the 
applicant to enhance their understanding of the extrusion process, collate 
data to compare to simulations and establish a close technical relationship 
with the industry partner.

The successful applicant will:
•	be required to be self-motivated and an enthusiastic individual with 
a passion for developing simulation techniques. 
•	be required to have demonstrated knowledge of CFD and modelling of 
two-phase flows, non-Newtonian fluids and an understanding of the governing 
equations used by these simulation tool
•	have some previous experience with using and manipulating openFoam 
or creating user defined function for ANSYS
•	have some previous experience with computer programming
•	be knowledgeable of material mechanic properties
•	have experience with CAD and other simulation tools such as FEA.

If interested, applicants are requested to send their CV and a cover letter 
addressing the requirements listed above to with the 
subject heading “PhD application for extrusion CFD research project 2020” by 
the 24th of February 2020.

Contact Information:
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   23 Jan, 2020 
Job Record #16229
CategoryDiploma Work
EmployerChair of Aero Engine Design (BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg)
LocationGermany, Brandenburg, Cottbus (near Berlin)
InternationalYes, international applications are welcome
Closure DateWednesday, January 15, 2020
An exciting and unique opportunity exists for you within of an EU-Japan research project with partners from the industry (Rolls Royce-Derby) and research centres:



Main areas of work:
o	State-of-the-art of unsteady aero-thermal simulations using Conjugate Heat Transfer (CHT) methods and oil systems in jet engines
o	3D-simulations of the decongealing behaviour of the oil system coupled with the air system using different commercial and open-source softwares in the Supercomputer HLRN-IV
o	Comparison of the results taking into account the temperature variation in the flight cycle
o	Possibility to write a publication with the results of the thesis

We are looking for candidates who are:
o	in a Master Program (computational engineering, aeronautics, mechanical engineering, physics, mathematics...)
o	interested in heat transfer/CFD/multiphysics/programming
o	interest for learning methods related with High Performance Computing (HPC)
o	experience (or the ability to learn in a short time): ANSYS CFX/FLUENT, OpenFOAM

Do you find the job advertisement interesting?
Send me your CV & transcript of records and certificates of your studies (1 pdf
file with max. 4 MB):
1. Send all your documents to and not to other stuff members (secretary, Professor,...) for avoiding the overload of the Chair.
2. Normally we need between 1/2 weeks before we can give you an answer about
your application (when all required documents were send correctly). 
3. Needed documents for the application (from the high school until the present):
     a. transcript of notes
     b. certificates (High school, Bachelor, Master, job experience…)
     c. reports & abstracts of the most important projects
     d. publications: papers… 
4. Send only one pdf file (max. 4 MB)
5. Only internships (before or after the graduation under the ERASMUS + program)or Master´s thesis applications (eventually PhD supported by ERASMUS + program) 
6. The best time for starting in our Chair coincides with the semester start-
April and October-( as student you have a lot of advantages: public transports,
food, …etc.). For this reason take into account the deadlines:
FOR FUNDING:         
If you are studying at the present in Europe:           

If you are studying at the present in a non-European country:              

More Information, here:


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NameLuis Costero
Email ApplicationYes
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► PhD (International) on CFD for congenital heart disease, The University of Manchester
   22 Jan, 2020 
Job Record #16406
Title PhD (International) on CFD for congenital heart disease
CategoryPhD Studentship
EmployerThe University of Manchester
LocationUnited Kingdom, Manchester
InternationalYes, international applications are welcome
Closure DateFriday, January 31, 2020

Opportunity for fully funded Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF) PhD studentship 

Deadline for application is 31st January 2020

The University of Manchester has established funding through GCRF for studentships to build connections with countries that are overseas development assistance (OOA) recipients.

The Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF) is a £1.5 billion fund announced by the government to support cutting-edge research that addresses the challenges faced by developing countries. GCRF forms part of the UK's Official Development Assistance (ODA) commitment. ODA-funded activity focuses on outcomes that promote the long-term sustainable growth of countries on the OECD Development Assistance Committee (DAC) list. 


Examining the link between cardiovascular fluid dynamics and cardiovascular genetics

In recent years Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD), or in silico modelling has had a profound impact on cardiovascular medicine.

In recent years Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD), or in silico modelling has had a profound impact on cardiovascular medicine. In particular CFD allows for heamodynamic metrics based on as blood flow velocity, wall shear stress (WSS) and pressure to be extracted, which can be invaluable in planning treatment for congenital heart disease (CHD), particularly to elucidate complex blood flow features which are not easily detectable via standard techniques, eg echocardiography data. This PhD project builds on preliminary work undertaken as part of a recent Global Challenge Research Fund (GCRF) project on genetics, where CFD had a minor role. In order to help develop an a-priori platform to assess downstream impact of CHD interventions we will incorporate and test anatomical growth models into our software tool-chain to develop capability for computational patient-specific surgical decision making.

The project uses a multidisciplinary approach to better understand the burden and nature of congenital heart disease on the African continent and to develop appropriate solutions in response to the findings. Cardiologists, public health specialists, geneticists and engineers have worked in tandem to examine various aspects of CHD. In this PhD project we seek to extend the collaboration to include scientists from Université de Thies (UdT), Senegal and the work has two main objectives:

  1. To further develop and integrate growth modelling approximations into open source computational fluid dynamics (CFD) pipeline for congenital heart disease to a growing database of Coarctation of the Aorta (CoA) and Tetralogy of Fallot (ToF) cases. Measurements will feed into a statistical learning tool that could be used in clinical settings based on image-derived flow data. We will develop sensitivity analysis to imagine modalities of varying accuracy to reflect the range of available imaging available on the continent.
  1. To identify haemodynamics patterns and CFD-derived metrics for CHD and to test their prevalence against the growing database of genetic characteristics. This will be achieved by using statistical methods on data which has already been collected in the PROTEA database.

We seek an exceptional candidate with a strong first degree in physics, maths, engineering or bioengineering. The candidate should be keen to travel, spending up to two years in Africa, mainly based at University of Cape Town, South Africa, with visits to University of Thiès, Senegal. The candidate must have some prior programming experience and should be able to evidence the ability to work across different disciplines.


To find out more details and apply see the link below:

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NameAlistair Revell
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Last Modified10:20:59, Wednesday, January 22, 2020

► PhD (UK/EU) on fluid structure interaction of fur/feathers, The University of Manchester
   22 Jan, 2020 
Job Record #16405
TitlePhD (UK/EU) on fluid structure interaction of fur/feathers
CategoryPhD Studentship
EmployerThe University of Manchester
LocationUnited Kingdom, Manchester
InternationalNo, only national applications will be considered
Closure DateFriday, January 31, 2020

Opportunity for fully funded PhD studentship with Joint award from University of Manchester and University of Melbourne

Deadline for application is 31st January 2020


The objective in this exciting cross-disciplinary project is to investigate the potential of a bio- inspired coating of flexible devices to passively modify energetic modes of an unsteady crossflow and to assess, for the first time, the role of colour in determining mechanical properties. We seek an exceptional candidate with a strong first degree in physics, maths, engineering or bioengineering. The candidate (HOME/EU) should be keen to travel, spending at least 12 months in Melbourne, must have some prior programming experience and should be able to evidence the ability to work across disciplines. 

This project will build on recent interest in the bioengineering field focused on understanding the underlying potential of bio-inspired surfaces for future engineering applications. The role of filamentous structures such as feathers or fur is of particular interest since they exist as both branched and unbranched forms, they are actively controlled by muscles, and their effects on flow are complex and understudied. Colour is known to have a direct impact on the mechanical properties of hairs and feathers, due to the structural role of melanin in the keratin strands that form them. In this way, colour is thought to directly affect structural endurance of the material, via UV resistance, but it has not been proven. Furthermore, ‘structural colour’ results from microscopic features which interfere with visible light, enabling them to reflect a far greater, sometimes iridescent, range of colours than would be possible from pigmentation alone. From a biological perspective this is interesting – which came first and why?

The coordinated response of arrays of fur/feathers to a flow instability is little understood, generally restricted either to the most simplified of scenarios or bulk analysis of more complex cases. The premise of this work is that a large group of flexible fibres to can be configured as a filter, with pre-determinable bulk properties. The hypothesis is the passive response of an array of fur/feathers can be made to either damp or amplify energy at selected frequencies. Furthermore, a smart inhomogeneous arrangement of such structures may be able to redistribute energy across multiple frequencies. The resulting surface would have important consequences for engineering applications where drag and noise reduction is paramount, or for energy harvesting devices designed to extract ambient energy. The parameter space of such a system is vast, and we navigate these dimensions by considering cases arising in nature, where conditions are clearly
defined for given species. We will make use of existing data to categorise the structure of a range of filamentous structures for bird and mammal skin that are candidates for flow modification: (e.g. penguin/cormorant feathers; seal/beaver fur). We link engineering fluid dynamics with world-leading natural science research at both institutions, to explore animal locomotion and the link between the colour, form and structure of natural coatings, to find out whether there is a link between performance and colour.


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► Postdoctoral Researcher, University of Wyoming
   22 Jan, 2020 
Job Record #16404
TitlePostdoctoral Researcher
CategoryJob in Academia
EmployerUniversity of Wyoming
LocationUnited States, Wyoming, Laramie
InternationalYes, international applications are welcome
Closure Date* None *
The Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Wyoming 
invites applications for a postdoctoral researcher in the area of 
computational fluid dynamics.
We are seeking a highly qualified individual to perform research and 
development in computational fluid dynamics for aerospace applications on 
large scale HPC hardware.  The successful candidate may be hired at the 
postdoctoral level or research scientist level, depending on experience.
Topics of interest include unstructured mesh methods, multigrid solvers, 
aeroelasticity using combined CFD/CSD, adjoint methods for sensitivity 
analysis, and higher-order methods.  Application areas include fixed and 
rotary wing aerodynamics and large scale wind energy simulations.  
Collaborative work is on-going with various national laboratories and NASA 
centers. Excellent computer hardware is available through University Campus 
HPC hardware as well as through time on the NCAR Cheyenne Petaflops machine.
•         PhD in Mechanical Engineering or Aerospace Engineering or related 
•         Excellent communication skills
•         Experience with programming in Fortran or C/C++
•         Experience with parallel computing using MPI
•	Experience with geometry modeling tools such as SolidWorks, mesh 
generation tools such as Pointwise Inc. and post-processing tools such as 
Fieldview or Tecplot 
•	Experience in computational fluid dynamics using leading-edge high 
performance computing hardware
•	Experience in structural dynamics modeling using finite-element 

Complete the online application and upload the following for a complete 
application: cover letter, resume or C.V. and contact information for four 
work-related references.  This posting is considered open until filled.
Link to job posting:
or directly at:
UW is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Educator and Employer. We are 
committed to a multicultural environment and strongly encourage applications 
from women, minorities, veterans and persons with disabilities.   
In compliance with the ADA Amendments Act (ADAAA), if you have a disability 
and would like to request an accommodation to apply for a position, please 
call 307-766-2377 or email

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NameDimitri Mavriplis
Email ApplicationYes
Address1000 E University Ave
Laramie WY 82071
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► ANALYSIS OF THE FLAT PLATE PULSATING HEAT PIPE, Institut Polytechnique des Sciences Avancées
   21 Jan, 2020 
Job Record #16403
EmployerInstitut Polytechnique des Sciences Avancées
LocationFrance, Paris
InternationalYes, international applications are welcome
Closure DateSaturday, February 15, 2020
Pulsating Heat Pipe (PHP) is a passive two-phase heat transfer device based on 
phase change induced motions of working fluid from evaporator to condenser and, 
as wicked heat pipes and thermosyphons, exploit both sensible and latent heat 
transfer modes. Due to high heat transfer capability, simple structure and 
ability of operating under different gravity levels and different positions, 
PHPs could become a novel thermal management system.
Flat Plate Pulsating Heat Pipe have been developed in Institute P’ (ISAE-ENSMA) 
using different fluids as well water, alcohols and their solutions as working 
fluids for conducting performance tests under microgravity conditions. Main 
objectives of this internship are to characterize performance ability of PHP 
for electronic cooling for the space applications and to determine the 
thermohydraulic working principles of the present FPPHP.
Internship student will participate in the experimental campaign (hosted by 
PPRIME Institute – ISAEENSMA) with all technical support and analyze obtained 
results. Temperature and pressure measurement will be done as well high-speed 
visualization. Also, intern will work on the analysis of the results (focus on 
the video analysis) obtained during last parabolic flight campaign (ESA’s 71th 
parabolic flight campaign).

Supplementary literature:
Vincent Ayel et al, (2019) Visualization of Flow Patterns in Closed Loop Flat 
Plate Pulsating Heat Pipe Acting as Hybrid Thermosyphons under Various Gravity 
Levels, Heat Transfer Engineering, 40:3-4, 227- 237, DOI: 
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NameMaksym Slobodeniuk
Email ApplicationYes
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Staff Mechanical Engineer, MSME or PhD*. We are looking for a mechanical engineer with the passion and drive to create world-class FEA simulations of complex… $70,000 - $110,000 a year
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► Product Engineer - Kencove Farm Fence - Blairsville, PA
  27 Jan, 2020
Perform engineering analysis on but not limited to mechanical statics and dynamics problems, mechanisms, FEA, CFD, concept selection, cost, and material…
From Indeed - Mon, 27 Jan 2020 17:27:31 GMT - View all Blairsville, PA jobs
► Engineer II - Oil States International - Oklahoma City, OK
  27 Jan, 2020
Experience with Solidworks, Mathcad, CFD, FEA, and ERP/MRP software systems. Are you interested in a position that is challenging and innovative?
From Oil States International - Mon, 27 Jan 2020 16:53:02 GMT - View all Oklahoma City, OK jobs
► Mechanical Engineer III/Project Engineer - Mars IT solutions - Westborough, MA
  27 Jan, 2020
Looking for an experienced Engineer to support Product Care Life Cycle Engineering. The Project Engineer position is located in the Westborough R&D Life Cycle &… $40 - $41 an hour
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  27 Jan, 2020
FL-ORLANDO, Deceleration Engineer - Orlando, FL Duties: We are seeking an Aerospace or Mechanical Engineer to support the deceleration team. This team is responsible for design and analysis of the parachute systems used for air-extraction of our various launch vehicles. These air-extractions are similar in concept to standard military cargo extraction from aircraft like the C-130 or C-17A. The successful cand
► Mechanical Systems Engineer
  27 Jan, 2020
AL-Montgomery, Mechanical Systems Engineer needed for a world class industry leader! This individual will be responsible for leading sustaining engineering activities and new product development, for domestic and international rail maintenance of way (MoW) projects. The position will require directing designers and draftsman with a sense of urgency, passion, creativity and inspiring others in a fast paced positi
► Sr. Manager, Engineering
  27 Jan, 2020
CA-Hayward, Country: United States Location: Hayward, CA Division: Ultra Clean Technology Job Title: Sr. Manager, Engineering – Hayward, CA Job Type: Regular Full Time Date Posted: 8/27/2019 Summary: # of Openings: 1 Exemption: Exempt Career Level: Experienced REF no: pending UCT is seeking a talented Sr. Manager,Engineering to join our team in Hayward, CA! The person in this role will lead the planning and d
► Product Engineer
  26 Jan, 2020
IN-Connersville, Lead strategic product development of fuel system components for Automotive OE customers Handle engineering customer contact Manage multiple projects simultaneously Provide hands on assistance in prototype builds and testing Manage cost and timing of prototype orders Manage program DVP&R/DFMEA Track the project to successful and timely product launch Help resolve production start-up issues Provide
► Sr Advanced Mechanical Engineer
  26 Jan, 2020
CO-Broomfield, Innovate to solve the world's most important challenges The Environment and Infrastructure team is looking for a highly qualified Senior Mechanical Engineer to perform design analysis using computational fluid dynamics (CFD) and finite element analysis (FEA) for unique industrial applications. The position is responsible for mechanical modeling & simulation related to custom hardware designs, gase
► Senior Mechanical Engineer
  26 Jan, 2020
IL-Franklin Park, Permanent position: National manufacturer is seeking a permanent Senior Mechanical Engineer. This position will be located near the Franklin Park, Illinois area. The Senior Mechanical Engineer will oversee engineering analysis, CFD simulation, and product prototyping to support new product development and production.Salary is commensurate with experience ranging from $150K to $165K, plus an opport
► Mechanical Engineer
  26 Jan, 2020
WI-Franksville, Permanent position: Senior Manufacturing Engineer - Powertrain / Engine Installation needed for leading manufacturing company in Racine County. This position is a non supervisory Engineering technical leadership role. This person will provide specialty research and development, engineering analysis, system simulation, and performance enhancement in strategic powertrain technology areas. Will be so

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► Intern - Computer Science Research Institute (CSRI) R&D Graduate Summer
  15 Jan, 2020
Sandia National Laboratories - Students are also sought with interests in applying computational methods to scientific and engineering applications including shock physics, mole...
► Intern- Science Research Institute (CSRI) Technical High School Summer
  13 Jan, 2020
Sandia National Laboratories - Students are also sought with interests in applying computational methods to scientific and engineering applications including shock physics, mole...
► Intern-Computer Science Research Institute (CSRI) R&D Undergrad Summer
  13 Jan, 2020
Sandia National Laboratories - Students are also sought with interests in applying computational methods to scientific and engineering applications including shock physics, mole...
► R&D Aeronautical Engineer (Experienced)
    8 Jan, 2020
Sandia National Laboratories - for CFD simulations of compressible High Reynolds number flows + Experience working on a diverse multi-disciplinary team and familiarity with next...
► Postdoctoral Appointees in Measurements of Gas-Surface Reaction Systems
    7 Jan, 2020
Sandia National Laboratories - Experience with Matlab, Chemkin, and CFD of reacting laminar flows + Strong interpersonal and analytical skills Department Description: The ...
► Postdoctoral Appointee - Combustion Research
  25 Dec, 2019
Sandia National Laboratories - Employ commercial CFD software or research-grade high fidelity codes to further investigate these processes + Use the resulting experimental data,...
► Assistant or Associate Professor
  18 Dec, 2019
University of Arizona, Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering - Position Summary The Department of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering invites applications and nominations for a tenure-track faculty position at...
► Assistant or Associate Professor
  18 Dec, 2019
University of Arizona, Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering - Position Summary The Department of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering (AME) at The University of Arizona invites applications and nominations for...

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► Country Manager/Business Development Manager ( *CFD* ) - MSC Software (United States)
Manage the sales of Computational Fluid Dynamics ( CFD ) products and related services in the region. Manage and develop MSC's presence in the region.
► Mercury Marine - Engine Performance *CFD* Engineer - Brunswick (United States)
…These include 1D simulation software such as GT-Suite, Ricardo Wave, or AVL Boost, and CFD ( computational fluid dynamics ) such as Ansys Fluent,
► *CFD* Engineer - Belcan (United States)
CFD Engineer focusing on cooling systems. You will be responsible for developing Computational Fluid Dynamics ( CFD ) models and conducting analysis
► Aerodynamics Engineer ( *CFD* ) - Stratolaunch, LLC (United States)
…is seeking an **Aerodynamics Engineer** with a strong background with the application Computational Fluid Dynamics ( CFD ) software. The successful
► Senior Process Simulation Scientist - *CFD* and Surface Processes - Corning Incorporated (United States)
…with vacuum RF plasma and atmospheric pressure (AP) RF plasma 3. Experience in Computational Fluid Dynamics and heat transfer 4. Experience with multiscale
► Rocket Propulsion/ *CFD* Engineer - Advanced Technology and Research Corporation (United States)
Rocket Propulsion/ CFD Engineer Location: Indian Head, MD Department: Engineering Services Type: Full Time Min. Experience: Mid-Level Salary Range: $90,000-$120,000
► *CFD* Senior Engineering Services Engineer Sisw-PLM - Siemens (United States)
**Senior Engineering Services Engineer-SISW-PLM** Are you a CFD engineer looking for your next dynamic opportunity? The Engineering Services team in Northville is
► CAE Engineer II-Vehicle Aerodynamicist ( *CFD* ) - Goken America (United States)
…aerodynamic design through simulation analysis . Prepare, run and post-process full-vehicle CFD simulations . Correlate CFD simulations with both scale and
► Sr. Principal Aerodynamics/ *CFD* Engineer - Northrop Grumman (United States)
Northrop Grumman Aerospace Systems has an opening for a **Sr. Principal Aerodynamics/ CFD Engineer** to join our team of qualified, diverse individuals. This position
► Cooling and Thermal Protection *CFD* Simulation Engineer - Fiat Chrysler Automobile (United States)
…to perform required simulations. The CFD Engineer will perform Vehicle level Computational Fluid Dynamics ( CFD ) simulations to support Aero/Thermal


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