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► Research in using deep learning with CFD, National University of Singapore
   10 Dec, 2019 
Job Record #16319
TitleResearch in using deep learning with CFD
CategoryJob in Academia
EmployerNational University of Singapore
LocationSingapore, Singapore
InternationalYes, international applications are welcome
Closure Date* None *
Description:
We are looking for a suitable candidate (fresh PhDs or PhDs waiting their final 
defense, Master’s degree candidates or Interns) to work on a 1yr project on the 
development and assessment of physics informed deep learning with computational 
fluid dynamics (CFD) simulations for a variety of flow problems.

It starts from 1st Jan to 31st Dec 2020. Salary varies between S$1000 to $3300 
/ month, depending on qualifications. There is a possibility of contract 
extension depending on budget.

The job scope will be implementing deep / machine learning on CFD simulations. 
The candidate should already have experience  and familiar working with 
Tensorflow / deep learning approaches/ python and is able to demonstrate this 
capability. The data will be generated using OpenFOAM. It will be good if the 
candidate has some experience working with open source CFD software such as 
OpenFOAM and SU2, although it is not essential. Note that the focus is more on 
deep learning, instead of CFD. Please do not apply if you have no Tensorflow 
deep learning experience.

Temasek Laboratories, NUS - We belong to a research institute under the 
National University of Singapore, which conducts research into selected areas 
of science and technology critical to Singapore's requirements, such as 
aeronautical sciences, electromagnetics and information security. NUS is a 
world leading university.

The successful candidate should be highly motivated for research, and keento 
work as part of a team and in a multidisciplinary environment.

If interested, please send an email to :
Dr TAY wee-beng
E-mail: tsltaywb@nus.edu.sg
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NameTAY wee-beng
Emailtsltaywb@nus.edu.sg
Email ApplicationYes
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► Marine CFD Engineer, NUMECA International
    9 Dec, 2019 
Job Record #15746
TitleMarine CFD Engineer
CategoryJob in Industry
EmployerNUMECA International
LocationBelgium, Brussels
InternationalYes, international applications are welcome
Closure Date* None *
Description:
NUMECA is looking for a Marine CFD Engineer to join the NUMECA International 
team based in Brussels. If you're excited to shape the future of 
engineering, we want to hear from you!

NUMECA offers excellent career growth opportunities, valuable training 
programs and mobility between our global offices in a stimulating, young and 
multicultural environment.
At NUMECA you will have a chance to experience the constant growth, 
innovation and creativity that has led us to be the reference for 
Computational Fluid Dynamics and multiphysics design, analysis and 
optimization today. Industry leaders trust NUMECA to give them the edge!

NUMECA has its headquarters in Brussels (Belgium), and subsidiaries in 
different countries in Europe, USA and Asia. 

In this role you will be joining a team of highly-skilled engineers in 
marine numerical simulations. You will be able to work on a wide range of 
marine sectors such as offshore, passenger transport or sailing yacht among 
others. These include resistance, sea keeping, propulsion and manoeuvring 
simulations. The position is likely to involve some travels within Europe 
and the opportunity to have a direct contact with the user community.

Responsibilities will include:
- Projects realization
- Scripts and plugins development
- Validation and certification of new developments
- Technical marketing material creation
- 1st and/or 2nd level of customers support and training (according to 
experience)
 
To be able to assume this role, the minimum qualifications are:
- A master degree in Fluid Mechanics with master thesis or similar 
internship in CFD, or equivalent;
- Prior experience with industrial CFD package is an asset, especially with 
FINE/Marine;
- Scripting with Python is an asset;
- Prior professional experience is not required but can be an asset;
- Experience in simulation of advanced 3D flows is a key asset especially in 
the marine field;
- English language is mandatory.

Applicants should be highly motivated and dynamic, have good analytical and 
communication skills, be a team player able to meet the highest quality 
standards in software development. Proven skills in engineering problem 
solving and written/oral communication are essential.

Please send motivation letter and resume plus relevant technical papers, 
reports, references, etc. to NUMECA International at jobs@numeca.be. 
Indicate clearly the reference job number: APP19-02.
Contact Information:
Please mention the CFD Jobs Database, record #15746 when responding to this ad.
NameCamille Venturini
Emailjobs@numeca.be
Email ApplicationYes
URLhttps://www.numeca.com/en_eu/marinecfdengineer
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► Research in Boiling Heat Transfer and Two-Phase Flow, The University of New Mexico
    8 Dec, 2019 
Job Record #16318
TitleResearch in Boiling Heat Transfer and Two-Phase Flow
CategoryPhD Studentship
EmployerThe University of New Mexico
LocationUnited States, New Mexico, Albuquerque
InternationalYes, international applications are welcome
Closure DateSaturday, August 15, 2020
Description:
Research in Boiling Heat Transfer and Two-Phase Flow
Institute for Space and Nuclear Power Studies (ISNPS), http://isnps.unm.edu/  
University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico. Albuquerque, NM, USA
 
Research Assistant position is available starting the summer or fall semester 
2020 for qualified graduate student to conduct research on boiling heat transfer 
enhancement, Computational Fluids Dynamics (CFD) simulation and analysis, and 
two-phase flow with applications to advanced nuclear reactors, energy systems 
and submersion cooling of electronics.  Selected candidate should be enrolled to 
pursue a PhD degree in Mechanical Engineering, Nuclear Engineering, or Chemical 
Engineering at the University of New Mexico. US citizenship is desirable but not 
required. 
Desirable skills include: (a) proficiency in AutoCAD, CFD, and LabView software 
and the Matlab and Simulink platform, (b) prior experimental and modeling 
experiences, (c) prior experience in surface preparation and characterization, 
boiling and two-phase flow, (d) prior training and knowledge of flow field 
visualization, (e) very good technical writing and verbal communication skills, 
and (f) the ability to work independently or with little supervision and 
interact effectively with others members of the research team. 
Those interested please send copies of your transcripts and CV with education 
and publication details, prior research and professional experiences, and 
computational and experimental skills to: mgenk@unm.edu 

Contact Information:
Please mention the CFD Jobs Database, record #16318 when responding to this ad.
NameProfessor Mohamed El-Genk
Emailmgenk@unm.edu
Email ApplicationYes
URLhttp://isnps.unm.edu/
AddressProfessor Mohamed El-Genk
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Last Modified19:12:07, Sunday, December 08, 2019

► Research in Boiling Heat Transfer and Two-Phase Flow, The University of New Mexico
    8 Dec, 2019 
Job Record #16317
TitleResearch in Boiling Heat Transfer and Two-Phase Flow
CategoryJob in Academia
EmployerThe University of New Mexico
LocationUnited States, New Mexico, Albuquerque
InternationalYes, international applications are welcome
Closure DateSaturday, August 15, 2020
Description:
Research in Boiling Heat Transfer and Two-Phase Flow
Institute for Space and Nuclear Power Studies (ISNPS), http://isnps.unm.edu/  
University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico. Albuquerque, NM, USA
 
Research Assistant position is available starting the summer or fall semester 
2020 for qualified graduate student to conduct research on boiling heat transfer 
enhancement, Computational Fluids Dynamics (CFD) simulation and analysis, and 
two-phase flow with applications to advanced nuclear reactors, energy systems 
and submersion cooling of electronics.  Selected candidate should be enrolled to 
pursue a PhD degree in Mechanical Engineering, Nuclear Engineering, or Chemical 
Engineering at the University of New Mexico. US citizenship is desirable but not 
required. 
Desirable skills include: (a) proficiency in AutoCAD, CFD, and LabView software 
and the Matlab and Simulink platform, (b) prior experimental and modeling 
experiences, (c) prior experience in surface preparation and characterization, 
boiling and two-phase flow, (d) prior training and knowledge of flow field 
visualization, (e) very good technical writing and verbal communication skills, 
and (f) the ability to work independently or with little supervision and 
interact effectively with others members of the research team. 
Those interested please send copies of your transcripts and CV with education 
and publication details, prior research and professional experiences, and 
computational and experimental skills to: mgenk@unm.edu 

Contact Information:
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NameProfessor Mohamed El-Genk
Emailmgenk@unm.edu
Email ApplicationYes
URLhttp:////isnps.unm.edu/
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Last Modified19:09:58, Sunday, December 08, 2019

► PhD Position on Rarefied Gas Dynamics at Micro and Nano Scales, Xi'an Jiatong University
    8 Dec, 2019 
Job Record #16316
TitlePhD Position on Rarefied Gas Dynamics at Micro and Nano Scales
CategoryPhD Studentship
EmployerXi'an Jiatong University
LocationChina, Shaanxi, Xi'an
InternationalYes, international applications are welcome
Closure DateSunday, March 01, 2020
Description:
Ph.D. position on rarefied gas dynamics

Recruitment in the research group of Prof. Roohi, ICAM) Xi'an Jiaotong University, China. 

Introduction: Professor Ehsan Roohi joined Xi'an Jiaotong University in September 2019. Dr. Roohi has a strong publication record (H-index: 22, citations>1500) and his research has been published in Physics Reports (IF=28), JFM, JCP, PRE, PoF, with international collaborators in Bulgaria, Switzerland, and Germany.  
The International Center for Applied Mechanics (ICAM) is the first of its kind major research center for applied mechanics in China. It also serves as a "special zone" to support talented young researchers to develop ambitious research plans.

The group is now actively recruiting 2 Ph.D. working in the field of Numerical and Experimental Investigation of Rarefied Gas Flows at Micro and Nano Scales 

I.	Eligibility
The applicants must have the following qualifications/requirements:
1.	MSc. in a relevant field in Engineering and Physics from a leading university. 
2.	A strong background in performing numerical simulation or experiments in fluid mechanics and heat transfer (at least one high-quality published paper in the field is required)
3.	Highly motivated and capable of conducting research independently. 
4.	English language requirement according to the school laws.

II.	Application Procedure
Step 1. Online application at CSC website at http://www.campuschina.org/. Download the completed Application Form for Chinese Government Scholarship, print and sign your name.
Program Type: B
Agency No. : 10698
Step 2. Online application at Xi’an Jiaotong University’s International student application system athttps://xjtu.17gz.org/member/login.do
Please check VI. Application Documents for the detailed checklist and prepare corresponding documents.
Step 3: Application fee will be supported for talented students. For this, please send your complete CV (including education, work and research experience, main scientific  achievements and contact information of three academic referees) and representative publications to e.roohi@xjtu.edu.cn Only the shortlisted students will be contacted.  

III.	Application Documents
1.	Application Form for Chinese Government Scholarship
Downloaded after online application in CSC system.
2.	XJTU Application Form for International Students
Automatically created after online application in XJTU system.
3.	Completed Original Physical Examination Record for Foreigners and Blood Test Report
The physical examination must cover ALL the items listed in form. The forms with incomplete records or without the suggestion and signature of the attending physician, official cross-edge stamp of the hospital or a sealed photograph of the applicant are invalid. Please select the appropriate time to take physical examination as the result is valid for only 6 months.
Please download here: Foreigner Physical Examination Form 
4.	Original Non-criminal Record
5.	Original Highest Diploma and Its Notarized Copies (Prospective diploma winners must submit official certificate from their current university.)
6.	Original transcripts in undergraduate or graduate period and their notarized copies
7.	Recommendation Letters
Two original recommendation letters written by professors or associate professors. For the shortlisted students, one recommendation letter in the required format will be provided by Prof. Roohi.
8.	A Study Plan or Research Proposal
Applicants must submit a written study plan or research proposal in English or Chinese, with a minimum of 800 words for Master degree and 1500 words for Doctoral degree.
9.	Original Research Achievements and Notarized Copies
Applicants may submit published research papers, award certificates or other documents to prove their achievement and ability in academic research if any.
10.	Certificate of Language Proficiency.
Chinese-taught programs: Report of HSK 5 180 points and above. Other language proficiency certificate is also acceptable upon approved by XJTU.
English-taught programs: transcript of IELTS 6.0 and above, TOEFL 80 and above. Other language proficiency certificate is also acceptable upon approved by XJTU.
11.	Photocopy of Valid Ordinary Passport

Starting date: 
The position starts on Sept. 2020 

 




Contact Information:
Please mention the CFD Jobs Database, record #16316 when responding to this ad.
NameEhsan Roohi
Emaile.roohi@xjtu.edu.cn
Email ApplicationYes
URLgr.xjtu.edu.cn/web/e.roohi
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Last Modified10:03:19, Sunday, December 08, 2019

► Two postdoc positions in coastal engineering, Université de Sherbrooke
    7 Dec, 2019 
Job Record #16315
TitleTwo postdoc positions in coastal engineering
CategoryPostDoc Position
EmployerUniversité de Sherbrooke
LocationCanada, Québec, Sherbrooke
InternationalYes, international applications are welcome
Closure DateTuesday, December 31, 2019
Description:
Université de Sherbrooke and the University of Ottawa are seeking 2 
postdoctoral researchers in Coastal Engineering 

1. Experimental and numerical experiments to determine the design parameters of 
short groins used for coastal beach protection
2. Experimental and numerical experiments to investigate end-wall scour effects 
around coastal protection structures 

Context: In Eastern Province of Quebec (Canada), one-third of the population 
and nearly 60% of national roads are located less than 500 m from the coast. A 
study on the vulnerability of road infrastructure in Eastern Quebec to coastal 
erosion and submersion in the context of climate change indicates that 34 km of 
roads are imminently exposed to erosion, while 123 km will be impacted by 2100 
due to the effects of climate change.  To protect its infrastructure from 
coastal erosion, the Quebec’s Ministry of Transports (MTQ) has constructed rock 
revetments and vertical walls. These rigid structures protect the coastline 
directly behind them – however, they influence sedimentary transport on the 
seaward side. The result can be a complete loss of the natural beach and an 
accelerated deterioration of adjacent areas through end-wall scour effects, 
which can necessitate further intervention. Alternative methods that can be 
used in combination with protective structures include the construction of 
short groins, which are structures built perpendicular to the coast and whose 
purpose is to capture sand and gravel transported by coastal currents to help 
maintain an extended beach capable of protecting the coast by absorbing wave 
energy.

Research Objectives: 
The overall objective of Project 1 is to provide rules for the design of short 
groins in a climate change context with a focus on impact on coastal processes 
(morphohydrodynamic changes). Specific objectives include: (1) literature 
review on the effect of groins on coastal morphodynamics with and without the 
presence of protective structures; (2) development and validation of a 3D 
numerical model (using OpenFOAM) with experimental data available in the 
literature on sediment transport around short groins; (3) experimental (wave 
basin) and numerical study on the effects of short groins on coastal 
morphodynamics under different wave conditions with and without protective 
structures (vertical walls and rock revetments); (4) developing new design 
recommendations for short groins that minimize maintenance and the negative 
effects of changes in coastline morphodynamics for specific MTQ works.

The overall objective of Project 2 is to develop a numerical model and conduct 
laboratory experiments to predict end-wall scour effects and test passive 
control solutions. Specific objectives include: (1) literature review on in-
situ, laboratory measurements and numerical modeling of coastal morphodynamics 
in the vicinity of coastal protection structures (i.e., vertical wall, 
revetments) with an emphasis on end-wall scour effects; (2) development and 
validation of a 3D numerical model using experimental data available in the 
literature on sediment transport; (3) experimental (wave basin) and numerical 
study of end-wall scour effects for vertical walls and rock revetments for 
various wave conditions with added scenarios for climate change effects (4) 
test of passive control techniques via the use of rockfill or submerged walls 
to mitigate end-wall scour effects and (5) development of design 
recommendations for specific MTQ works.

Methodology: 
A 150 m² basin equipped with a wave maker, a beach and a dissipative structure 
will be built in the Civil Engineering Department at the Université de 
Sherbrooke. A variety of intruments (wave gauges, ADVs (acoustic Doppler 
velocimeter) and ADCPs (acoustic Doppler current profiler) will be used to 
characterise the hydrodynamic conditions while and sediment transport will be 
measured via ADCP bottom tracking and by SfM (structure from motion).

A 3D numerical model will be developed using OpenFOAM (using the OlaFOAM 
package already available to the team). The model will have to be further 
developed for sediment transport (eg., inclusion of the model proposed by Ouda 
and Toorman, 2019). The final model will be integrated into a workflow written 
under Python to automate the generation of geometry, mesh, calculations and 
post-processing. The calculations will be performed using the supercomputers of 
the Compute Canada network.

Selection Criteria:
· A PhD qualification in a relevant subject: fluid mechanics, CFD, physical 
oceanography or related fields. 
· Extensive competence and experience in CFD modeling, especially using 
OpenFOAM.
· Experience in laboratory experimentation and advanced measurement techniques 
such as ADV and PIV is an asset.
· Proven track record of peer-reviewed scientific publications.
· Supervisory skills are an asset.
  Opened to Canadian citizens, Permanent Residents, as well as international 
applicants.

Institution: The 2 postdocs will work in close collaboration to help design the 
new experimental facility, run experiments and improve the CFD model. Both 
projects are financially supported for three years by the Québec Ministry of 
Transport.The workplace is at the Faculty of Engineering at the Université de 
Sherbrooke, in close collaboration with Prof. Ioan Nistor from the Department 
of Civil Engineering at the University of Ottawa and the Ministry of 
Transports. Laboratory experiments will be conducted in the Civil Engineering 
Hydraulics Laboratory while the CFD studies will be affiliated with Mechanical 
Engineering.. A salary of 45,000 CAD/year (before tax) and excellent working 
conditions are offered (Canadian national medical insurance program, 
opportunities to attend conferences, professional development, etc). Starting 
date: March or April, 2020. Interested candidates are encouraged to contact by 
email: Prof Jay Lacey (Jay.Lacey@USherbrooke.ca), Prof. Sébastien Poncet 
(Sebastien.Poncet@USherbrooke.ca), and Prof. Ioan Nistor (inistor@uottawa.ca). 
Send detailed CV, 2 recommendation letters and copies of 3 relevant journal 
publications. Please mention your interest (Project 1 or/and 2) when applying 
and note that incomplete application will not be considered. The duration of 
initial contract is 1 year, extendable up to 3 years, contingent to 
satisfactory performance appraisal.

Contact Information:
Please mention the CFD Jobs Database, record #16315 when responding to this ad.
NamePoncet Sébastien
EmailSebastien.Poncet@USherbrooke.ca
Email ApplicationYes
Phone8199430882
URLhttps://lmfteus.wordpress.com
AddressMechanical Engineering Department, Université de Sherbrooke
2500 Bd de l'Université
Sherbrooke J1K2R1 (QC)
Canada
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► Non-Steady CFD and Mech/Aero Engineering Prototyping , PJA Consultancy
    7 Dec, 2019 
Job Record #16314
TitleNon-Steady CFD and Mech/Aero Engineering Prototyping
CategoryPostDoc Position
EmployerPJA Consultancy
LocationUnited States, Ohio, Dayton
InternationalYes, international applications are welcome
Closure Date* None *
Description:
Seeking Post-Doctoral or Research Engineer/Scientist for a position supporting a novel application of wave rotor based technology. The position is in support of a multi-national R&D initiative developing a process in clean energy production. With interdisciplinary advisors, the Candidate will support Computational Fluid Dynamic (CFD) modeling, design, and system testing and optimization. The successful candidate will have an opportunity to work with lead researchers, agencies, and industries in North America and Europe. The candidate must be self-motivated, collaborative, and technically proficient. Candidate responsibilities may include: CFD modeling and detailed designs for a range of production scales and industry applications; support in system specification; support in system construction, instrumentation, testing, iterative modeling, and optimization. Relevant areas of expertise include high speed fluid dynamics and fluid mechanics, experimental combustion and test instrumentation techniques, shock wave dynamics, thermodynamics, and system design optimization. Experience working with a commercial CFD software (e.g. FLUENT) is required. The anticipated starting date is January 2020. The initial position is 1 year, with the potential for extension. There may be options for placement within partnering Universities or agencies and/or the potential to join a growing company. The initial work location may be flexible, but the candidate will be required to relocate to be in close proximity to the testing facility for the majority of the year. Excellent documentation and writing skills are required; the candidate will be responsible for results documentation, analysis/interpretation, and technical report writing. This is an exciting opportunity to work with multi-national industry, R&D, and university partners in the development and testing of a new technology. Salary depends on skills and experience. The applicant should be in the US and must be authorized to work legally in the United States. Interested Candidates should contact Dr. Pejman Akbari via email at: PejmanAkbari@cpp.edu with their detailed CV.
Contact Information:
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NameDr. Pejman Akbari
EmailPejmanAkbari@cpp.edu
Email ApplicationYes
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Last Modified14:28:33, Saturday, December 07, 2019

► High-order numerical simulation of the sonic boom propagation, ONERA, The French Aerospace Lab
    7 Dec, 2019 
Job Record #16313
TitleHigh-order numerical simulation of the sonic boom propagation
CategoryInternship
EmployerONERA, The French Aerospace Lab
LocationFrance, Paris - Chatillon
InternationalYes, international applications are welcome
Closure DateTuesday, December 31, 2019
Description:
The this work we consider the full-field simulation of the sonic boom 
propagation using an accurate and adaptive numerical method. The sonic boom 
consists in a strong acoustic disturbance resulting from shock waves 
generated by aircrafts in supersonic flight. The shock waves coalesce into a 
single wave with a characteristic N shape that propagates in the farfield 
along very long distances. The associated pressure variations cause strong 
noise pollution on the ground and prevent supersonic flight over land. The 
analysis of this phenomenon is therefore of strong interest for the design 
of “low-boom” aircraft configurations that would reduce the intensity of the 
boom on the ground to allow supersonic flight over land and hence reduce 
travel time. 

Due the low intensity of the acoustic waves to be propagated over very long 
distances (several kilometers), the simulation of this phenomenon requires 
the use of highly accurate numerical methods. For this purpose we propose to 
employ a high-order discontinuous Galerkin method (DGM).  The DGM is a 
compact finite element method which solves for a piecewise polynomial 
approximate solution. This method results in very low dispersion and 
dissipation errors which are essential features for wave problems. 
Additionally, it allows the efficient adaptation of the spatial resolution 
by locally modifying the approximation order and the cell size while 
employing unstructured meshes. Both aspects constitute key ingredients for 
the efficiency of the simulations. 

The DGM can present however numerical instabilities when applied to the 
compressible Euler equations, mainly due to the introduction of truncation 
errors in the treatment of non-linear terms. These errors can seriously 
affect the quality and robustness of the numerical simulations and, in some 
cases, lead to non-physical solutions. 

One possible stabilization technique consists in the decomposition of the 
convective flux operator employing the so called summation by parts property 
which preserves in discrete form the integration by parts theorem used for 
the employed variational formulation. In this work we propose to extend this 
methodology to the non-linear small perturbation formulation of the Euler 
and compressible Navier-Stokes equations, commonly employed for acoustic 
propagation simulations.

Over the course of this study we will analyse the theoretical stability, the 
dispersion and dissipation properties of the numerical scheme and their 
impact on the propagation of acoustic waves. Slope limiters on non-
structured meshes will also be analysed in order to stabilize the numerical 
simulations in presence of discountinuities. The developed methodology will 
be implemented in the CFD solver AGHORA, developed at ONERA, and will be 
analysed by performing numerical simulations. The influence of non-
linearities and of the physical viscosity on the wave structure will also be 
analysed.


References on the subject:

M. H. Carpenter et al. "Entropy stable spectral collocation schemes for the 
Navier–Stokes equations: discontinuous interfaces", SIAM J. Sci. Comput., 36 
(2014), B835-B867. 
F. Renac et al. "Aghora: a high-order DG solver for turbulent flow 
simulations", IDIHOM: Industrialization of High-Order Methods-A Top-Down 
Approach. Springer, Cham, 2015. 315-335.
F. Naddei et al. "A comparison of refinement indicators for padaptive 
simulations of steady and unsteady flows using discontinuous Galerkin 
methods", J. Comput. Phys., 376 (2019), 508-533
F. Alauzet, A. Loseille "High-order sonic boom modeling based on adaptive 
methods" Journal of Computational Physics 229.3 (2010): 561-593.



Duration: 4-5 months

Profile of the candidate: Master degree student specializing in fluid 
dynamics or applied mathematics, skills in numerical simulation for fluid 
mechanics applications

Required skills:
Good knowledge of numerical methods
Good knowledge of a programming language such as Fortran, C/C++, Matlab or 
Python
Previous experience in the use of commercial or academic CFD tools is a plus
Previous experience in the implementation of numerical methods for fluid 
dynamics is a plus

If interested, please send a CV and a short cover letter to 
florent.renac@onera.fr or fabio.naddei@onera.fr .

NOTE: All ONERA sites are ZRR (zone à régime restrictif) for this reason non 
EU Nationals may not be eligible and their applications my unfortunately not 
be considered



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NameFlorent Renac
Emailflorent.renac@onera.fr
Email ApplicationYes
URLhttps://www.onera.fr/en/daaa/research-units
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► Postdoc in computational simulation of multi-phase flow in pipe, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, NIDF
    6 Dec, 2019 
Job Record #16312
TitlePostdoc in computational simulation of multi-phase flow in pipe
CategoryPostDoc Position
EmployerFederal University of Rio de Janeiro, NIDF
LocationBrazil, RJ, rio de janeiro
InternationalYes, international applications are welcome
Closure DateSaturday, January 25, 2020
Description:
We are looking for a postdoc to work on numerical simulations on multi-phase 
turbulent flows. The candidate will work with our team on an industrial project 
on scaling in petroleum pipelines. Both numerical and experimental studies will 
be conducted in the present project.

A PhD in Mechanical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Petroleum Engineering, 
Applied Mathematics or a related field is required. The candidates must have a 
strong knowledge in computational fluid dynamics, preferably with OpenFoam, 
grid generation and also scientific programming (C++, Fortran, ...).
Background in Direct Numerical Simulation, HPC or machine learning would be an 
asset. English language is a prerequisite for the role.

The projects will be based in Interdisciplinary Fluid Dynamics Nucleus (NIDF), 
federal university of Rio de janeiro (UFRJ), which has one of the best equipped 
laboratories in the world. The project will involve research collaboration with 
other universities around the world and also industrial partners.
The successful candidate will be expected to carry out research and publish 
scholarly papers. The position is available for 1 year with the possibility of 
an extension based on performance (up to three years). 

The scholarship is approximately R$ 8000 per month (depending on experience) 
and the  position is expected to be filled before February 2020.

Contact Information:
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NameRecruitment Manage
Emailnidf.recruitment@gmail.com
Email ApplicationYes
URLhttp://www.nidf.ufrj.br
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► Research Associate in Mathematics, University of Manchester
    6 Dec, 2019 
Job Record #16311
TitleResearch Associate in Mathematics
CategoryPostDoc Position
EmployerUniversity of Manchester
LocationUnited Kingdom, Manchester
InternationalYes, international applications are welcome
Closure DateThursday, January 02, 2020
Description:
The advertised post is for a Research Associate to work with Dr Anastasia Kisil 
within the Waves in Complex Continua Group in the Department of Mathematics at 
Manchester. The appointee will develop a new theoretical framework for 
understanding the wave scattering effects of edges in acoustic metamaterials. 
There has been extensive research into how waves propagate within a 
metamaterial (periodic materials) but there are substantially fewer results 
about the way waves interact with the edges of the metamaterials. These results 
are important, have many applications in noise reduction and naturally build 
upon the mathematical methods used for canonical scattering problems. There is 
also a possibility to explore the aeroacoustic uses of these metamaterials. 
There is substantial flexibility within the project so it can be adapted to 
suit the strengths of the appointee. This post is funded via Kisil’s Royal 
Society Dorothy Hodgkin Research and Dame Kathleen Ollerenshaw Fellowships.

The Waves in Complex Continua Group has broad research interests in 
metamaterials, wave propagation and scattering in fluids and solids with 
applications including aero and hydroacoustics, elastodynamics, and industrial 
and biological composite materials.  Other activities in physical applied 
mathematics within the Department of Mathematics cover areas such as high 
Reynolds number and experimental fluid dynamics, fluid structure interactions, 
solid mechanics, granular materials and inverse problems.

Applicants should have, or be working towards, a PhD level qualification in 
applied mathematics or a related discipline. Experience of research in the 
field of mathematical analysis of wave scattering is essential, and some 
knowledge of numerical implementation would be highly advantageous. No prior 
knowledge of analysis of metamaterial is required. The appointee must have 
knowledge of skills commensurate with the intended analysis and should be 
capable of working under their own initiative. The appointed individual will 
work as part of a larger team so excellent communication and organisational 
skills are required.

The Department of Mathematics and University are committed to the well-being 
and work-life balance of all staff. In addition to our attractive rewards and 
benefits we have a suite of family-friendly policies covering flexible working, 
career breaks and entitlement to enhanced maternity, paternity and adoption 
leave which are applicable to all employees. For more details on these and 
other benefits see: www.maths.manchester.ac.uk/about-us/women-in-maths/.  The 
Department is fully committed to Athena SWAN principles including the promotion 
of gender equality in science and is a supporter of the LMS Good Practice 
Scheme; for more details of our activities in this area see 
www.maths.manchester.ac.uk/about-us/women-in-maths/. This is a full time post 
but applications from individuals seeking part time, job share or flexible 
working arrangements are also welcome.
Contact Information:
Please mention the CFD Jobs Database, record #16311 when responding to this ad.
NameAnastasia Kisil
Emailanastasia.kisil@manchester.ac.uk
Email ApplicationYes
URLhttps://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/BXE912/research-associate-in-mathematics
Record Data:
Last Modified18:10:39, Friday, December 06, 2019

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