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► Postdoctoral Position in CFD & Atmospheric Turbulence, University of Pittsburgh
   27 Jan, 2023 
Job Record #18278
TitlePostdoctoral Position in CFD & Atmospheric Turbulence
CategoryPostDoc Position
EmployerUniversity of Pittsburgh
LocationUnited States, PA, Pittsburgh
InternationalYes, international applications are welcome
Closure DateSunday, April 30, 2023
A postdoctoral researcher position is available immediately in the Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science Department at the University of Pittsburgh. The position is available for one year and can be renewed for an additional year upon satisfactory performance. 

The postdoctoral scholar is expected to conduct research as part of a National Science Foundation grant to investigate turbulence in long-lived, very stable atmospheric boundary layers, which are commonly observed in polar regions, using direct numerical and large-eddy simulations.  In the very stable regime, turbulence manifests itself intermittently in patches. The source of these sporadic turbulence activities and conditions that promote such events remain poorly understood and challenges turbulence parameterizations. The project is expected to produce a better characterization of turbulence and a quantitative classification scheme to account for the global intermittency in long-lived stable boundary layers.

The ideal candidate is expected to have a strong background in computational fluid dynamics and turbulence. Experience with flow stability analysis, C/C++ programming and GPU computing using CUDA is desirable.
Applicants must have or about to earn a Ph.D. degree in mechanical, aerospace, computational science and engineering, atmospheric sciences or applied mathematics with a strong academic record as evidenced by relevant course work, publications in peer-reviewed journals and/or conference papers. The annual salary for this position is $58,000 plus health benefits and professional travel funds to present research findings at major conferences. 

Applicants should send a cover letter summarizing their qualifications and research accomplishments, a CV, unofficial transcripts for their undergraduate and graduate studies, and contact information of three references as a single pdf document via email with the subject line “Postdoctoral application” to Dr. Inanc Senocak (

Contact Information:
Please mention the CFD Jobs Database, record #18278 when responding to this ad.
NameInanc Senocak
Email ApplicationYes
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Last Modified22:52:32, Friday, January 27, 2023

► PhD Scholarships for Black Students, The University of Manchester
   27 Jan, 2023 
Job Record #18277
TitlePhD Scholarships for Black Students
CategoryPhD Studentship
EmployerThe University of Manchester
LocationUnited Kingdom, Manchester
InternationalYes, international applications are welcome
Closure DateMonday, February 27, 2023
There are excellent PhD opportunities at Manchester University (via the Black 
Future Engineering PhD Scholarships) in the area of CFD/Experiment/Thermodynamic 
of Fluid Mechanics and Thermal Engineering Systems.  The scholarship is primarily 
for of students with black heritage (African, Caribbean, Mixed, and Other).

If you are interested to be considered for this scholarship please send your CV 
(PDF) to

Contact Information:
Please mention the CFD Jobs Database, record #18277 when responding to this ad.
NameYasser Mahmoudi
Email ApplicationYes
Record Data:
Last Modified17:26:24, Friday, January 27, 2023

► Fully Funded 4-year PhD in CFD, Northumbria University
   27 Jan, 2023 
Job Record #18259
TitleFully Funded 4-year PhD in CFD
CategoryPhD Studentship
EmployerNorthumbria University
LocationUnited Kingdom, Newcastle
InternationalYes, international applications are welcome
Closure DateFriday, February 03, 2023
The wind energy market is driven by Horizontal Axis Wind Turbines (HAWTs), 
however, Vertical Axis Wind Turbines (VAWTs) have the potential to outperform 
them. Although VAWTs are considered to have lower aerodynamic efficiencies, recent 
studies show that VAWTs, in array configurations, are much better suited for 
future wind farms by producing significantly more power per square meter.

The fatigue issues and material failures, due to cyclic stresses in the earlier 
VAWTs designs, have been a major problem faced by the wind industry which has 
prevented unlocking the potential of VAWTs for wind energy conversion. Recent 
advances in computational modelling have enabled an in-depth understanding of the 
aerodynamic and fluid-structure interactions of wind turbines. These tools can be 
used to investigate the applications of new structures and innovative blade 
designs to overcome most of the fatigue issues for VAWTs.

The overall aim of this research is to enhance the integration of numerical and 
experimental models with real-condition wind farms data and innovative geometries 
to reveal the potential high performance of VAWTs both individually and in array 
configurations. As a case study, the proposed method will be used to investigate 
and optimise the aerodynamics and structural integrity of an innovative VAWT which 
is designed to withstand strong winds.

The co-supervised PhD student at Northumbria University will be involved in 
computational and experimental modelling and optimisation of wind turbines using 
an in-house code and wind tunnels. Experimental investigations in the industry 
will be used to validate the numerical model aerodynamic performance and 
aeroelastic instabilities predictions.

Students with a strong research interest in Renewable Energy are encouraged to 
apply for the studentship. We are seeking to recruit a highly motivated PhD 
student with a background in any of the followings:

Energy, Mechanical Engineering, Applied Mathematics, Materials Science, 
Environmental Engineering, Aerodynamics, CFD.

Supervisor websites:

Academic Enquiries
This project is supervised by Dr Mohammad Rahmati. For informal queries, please 
contact For all other enquiries relating to 
eligibility or application process please use the email form below to contact 

Eligibility Requirements:
Academic excellence of the proposed student i.e. 2:1 (or equivalent GPA from non-
UK universities [preference for 1st class honours]); or a Masters (preference for 
Merit or above); or APEL evidence of substantial practitioner achievement.
Appropriate IELTS score, if required.
Applicants cannot apply for this funding if they are already a PhD holder or if 
currently engaged in Doctoral study at Northumbria or elsewhere.
Home and International students (inc. EU) are welcome to apply. The studentship is 
available to Home and International (including EU) students and includes a full 
stipend at UKRI rates (for 2022/23 full-time study this is £17,668 per year) and 
full tuition fees. Studentships are also available for applicants who wish to 
study on a part-time basis (0.6 FTE, stipend £10,600 per year and full tuition 
fees) in combination with work or personal responsibilities.  

Please note: to be classed as a Home student, candidates must meet the following 

Be a UK National (meeting residency requirements), or
have settled status, or
have pre-settled status (meeting residency requirements), or have indefinite leave 
to remain or enter.
If a candidate does not meet the criteria above, they would be classed as an 
International student. Applicants will need to be in the UK and fully enrolled 
before stipend payments can commence, and be aware of the following additional 
costs that may be incurred, as these are not covered by the studentship.

For further details of how to apply, entry requirements and the application form, 

For applications to be considered for an interview, please include a research 
proposal of approximately 1,000 words and the advert reference (advert reference 

Deadline for applications: 3rd February 2023

Start date of the course: 1st October 2023

Northumbria University is committed to creating an inclusive culture where we take 
pride in, and value, the diversity of our doctoral students. We encourage and 
welcome applications from all members of the community. The University holds a 
bronze Athena Swan award in recognition of our commitment to advancing gender 
equality, we are a Disability Confident Employer, a member of the Race Equality 
Charter and are participating in the Stonewall Diversity Champion Programme. We 
also hold the HR Excellence in Research award for implementing the concordat 
supporting the Career Development of Researchers.

Contact Information:
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NameMT Rahmati
Email ApplicationYes
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Last Modified15:43:26, Friday, January 27, 2023

► Junior CFD Engineer, Private Studio
   27 Jan, 2023 
Job Record #18276
TitleJunior CFD Engineer
CategoryJob in Industry
EmployerPrivate Studio
LocationSpain, Comunidad Valenciana, Valencia
InternationalYes, international applications are welcome
Closure DateSaturday, April 01, 2023
Location: Valencia, Spain (Remote)

We are seeking a Junior CFD Engineer with a passion for simulation and data 
visualization to join our team in Valencia, Spain. This is a unique opportunity 
to work in a dynamic and growing studio that is at the forefront of technology 
in the field of fluid dynamics.


- Utilizing xFoil, OpenFoam, Star-CCM+, and other software tools to conduct CFD 
- Applying knowledge of aerodynamics, hydrodynamics, and naval architecture to 
analyze and interpret simulation results;
- Utilizing Python and data visualization tools to present results in a clear 
and concise manner;
- Participating in design optimization projects to improve product performance;
- Collaborating to identify business opportunities and support business 
development efforts.

This is a full-time position with a mix of technical and business development 
The first few months of training will be in Valencia, but the position can be 
done remotely after that. 
If you are a highly motivated individual with a passion for fluid dynamics and 
business development, we encourage you to apply.

To apply, please submit your CV and, only if you want, a cover letter outlining 
your qualifications and experience. We look forward to hearing from you!
Contact Information:
Please mention the CFD Jobs Database, record #18276 when responding to this ad.
Email ApplicationYes
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Last Modified13:45:31, Friday, January 27, 2023

► Postdoc position in CFD and scientific computing, Centre for Applicable Mathematics, TIFR
   27 Jan, 2023 
Job Record #18275
TitlePostdoc position in CFD and scientific computing
CategoryPostDoc Position
EmployerCentre for Applicable Mathematics, TIFR
LocationIndia, Karnataka, Bangalore
InternationalNo, only national applications will be considered
Closure DateTuesday, January 31, 2023

TIFR-CAM is a research institute funded by the Govt. of India and involved in research on PDE, scientific computing and applied mathematics. There are some postdoc positions available at present. Candidates with background in CFD, finite element methods, numerical methods for PDE, scientific computing, parallel computing, etc. are encouraged to apply. See my website below for details of my research areas.

How to apply
My website

Contact Information:
Please mention the CFD Jobs Database, record #18275 when responding to this ad.
NamePraveen C
Email ApplicationYes
AddressTata Institute of Fundamental Research
Centre For Applicable Mathematics
Post Bag No 6503, GKVK Post Office
Sharada Nagar, Chikkabommsandra
Bangalore 560065
Karnataka, India
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Last Modified04:05:08, Friday, January 27, 2023

► Continuum modelling of particulate flows in nature and industry, Cardiff University - Applied Mathematics
   25 Jan, 2023 
Job Record #18274
TitleContinuum modelling of particulate flows in nature and industry
CategoryPhD Studentship
EmployerCardiff University - Applied Mathematics
LocationUnited Kingdom, South Glamorgan, Wales, Cardiff
InternationalYes, international applications are welcome
Closure DateFriday, February 24, 2023
Fully Funded EPSRC DTP PhD Studentship in Applied and Computational Mathematics 

Project Summary

So much of the natural and man-made world is composed of collections of discrete 
solid grains. However, there is currently no completely satisfactory theory to 
describe their motion, en masse, in the many complex flow scenarios which are 
important across industry and geophysics. Despite the challenges, a promising 
paradigm has been building over the last 20 years. Based around key 
experimental, mathematical and physical insights, continuum models for both the 
flow of dry grains and for particles suspended in a background fluid are 
beginning to mature.

In this project, the driving goal will be to develop a unified rheology spanning 
the many flow regimes that particulate materials can exhibit. Once this model 
begins to take shape, novel numerical methods will be developed to solve the 
resultant dynamical equations. This in-house code will then be applied to 
various test cases inspired by flows in nature, such as debris avalanches and 
subsea landslides, and in industry, such as hopper flows and drum mixers.

The work will be framed and motivated by key open questions such as "Is it 
useful in modelling to categorise particle flow dynamics into gas-like, liquid-
like and solid-like behaviour?", "What is the most appropriate numerical method 
to solve multi-regime particulate flow equations?" and "How does the presence of 
liquid water modify the severity of natural hazards and the efficiency of 
industrial processes?".

Research Environment

Students undertaking this project will work in a dynamic field of research with 
many opportunities for innovation and impact. Success in the project will see 
the student gain ability and confidence in many areas of applied mathematics. In 
particular, the student will work at the forefront of continuum mechanics, 
computational fluid dynamics, granular rheology, discrete element modelling, 
geophysics and engineering.

Cardiff’s School of Mathematics is home to a world-leading Applied Mathematics 
group which has fostered an outstanding postgraduate research environment. The 
latest Postgraduate Research Experience Survey (PRES) ranks it 3rd in overall 
satisfaction and 1st (out of 22 in the UK) in professional development. With 
around 15 full-time staff and PhD students and weekly seminars by international 
experts, there will be many opportunities for knowledge exchange and guidance 
throughout the project.

The successful candidate will also become member of a vibrant postgraduate 
research community, which hosts the SIAM-IMA Student Chapter at Cardiff 
University, formed by the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics and 
supported by the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications. They will be 
provided with a desk and a computer, and access to state-of-the-art facilities 
in the School’s purpose-built new home, Abacws, where the School moved in 
September 2021.

Training and Development Opportunities

With the funding enabled by this studentship, students will have access to many 
conferences and workshops outside Cardiff. Of particular relevance in the coming 
years are the Particles 2023 conference in Milan, the 2024 Gordon Research 
Conference in Boston and Powders & Grains 2025 in India. These activities will 
encourage the general intellectual and personal development of the student, 
leading to many transferrable skills.

To expand their mathematical knowledge beyond that offered by their specific 
project, in addition to research work, in the first two years the student will 
attend a total of 100 hours of postgraduate lecture courses run by MAGIC 
(Mathematics Access Grid Instruction and Collaboration), which is jointly 
organised remotely by 20 UK Universities. Assignments to the MAGIC courses will 
be assessed by the course lecturers.


Applicants should apply through the Cardiff University online application portal 
ematics), for a Doctor of Philosophy in Mathematics with an entry point of 
October 2023.

In the research proposal section of your application, please specify the project 
title and supervisors of this project. There is no requirement to submit a 
detailed research proposal.

In the funding section, please select "I will be applying for advertised funding 


A 1st or upper 2nd class UK Honours degree (or equivalent) or a Master’s degree 
is required in mathematics or a related subject.


Applicants for whom English is not their first language must demonstrate 
proficiency by obtaining an IELTS score of at least 6.5 overall, with a minimum 
of 5.5 in each skills component. Further acceptable qualifications can be found 


·        Curriculum vitae

·        A personal statement

·        Two completed references

·        Degree certificates and transcripts

·        Proof of English language (if applicable)


EPSRC DTP studentships are available to home and international students. Up to 
30% of our cohort can comprise international students, once the limit has been 
reached we are unable to make offers to international students.

International students will not be charged the fee difference between the UK and 
international rate. Applicants should satisfy the UKRI eligibility requirements. 

Cardiff University is committed to support students from a range of backgrounds 
and circumstances. Where needed, we will work with you to take into 
consideration reasonable project adaptations (for example to support caring 
responsibilities, disabilities, other significant personal circumstances) as 
well as flexible working and part‐time study requests, to enable greater access 
to a PhD. All our supervisors support us with this aim, so please feel 
comfortable in discussing further with the listed PhD project supervisor to see 
what is feasible.

Cardiff University is committed to supporting and promoting equality and 
diversity and to creating an inclusive environment for all. We welcome 
applications from all members of the global community irrespective of age, 
disability, sex, gender identity, gender reassignment, marital or civil 
partnership status, pregnancy or maternity, race, religion or belief and sexual 

We welcome applications for both full and part-time study and from candidates 
with non-traditional academic backgrounds. For further information about modes 
of study, please contact us.


Applicants are reminded to submit all relevant documents (transcripts, 
supporting statement, etc) by the deadline. Due to the volume of applications 
received, incomplete applications will not be considered. Shortlisted applicants 
will be invited to interview early in March 2023.
Contact Information:
Please mention the CFD Jobs Database, record #18274 when responding to this ad.
NameDr Thomas Barker
Email ApplicationYes
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Last Modified09:59:10, Wednesday, January 25, 2023

► Pollutant and contrails dispersion from aircraft engines, Barcelona Supercomputing Center
   24 Jan, 2023 
Job Record #18186
TitlePollutant and contrails dispersion from aircraft engines
CategoryPhD Studentship
EmployerBarcelona Supercomputing Center
LocationSpain, Barcelona
InternationalYes, international applications are welcome
Closure DateTuesday, February 28, 2023
The current need for decarbonization of the aeronautical sector has impelled intense research in combustion and aerodynamics fields to reduce fuel consumption (decrease in greenhouse emissions) and pollutant emissions like soot and NOx, together with desirable complementary objectives related to noise reduction. In line with this, the local air quality in the near airport region is a matter of increasing concern due to its effects on human health and the well-being of the inhabitants of such zones. Consequently, new engine architectures based on the hybridization of the engine through the combination of conventional fuels and an increasing presence of Sustainable Aviation Fuels (SAF) in conjunction with electrification of the engine are the tendency to achieve the objectives targeted by the policymakers. 

Within this context, the candidate will develop a research activity which will comprise the investigation of the dispersion of pollutants in the regions near the airport during taxi, takeoff and landing stages for different engine architectures through numerical simulations. Another objective of this investigation will be to understand and predict contrails caused by the water vapour condensation contained in the airplane exhaust gases when issued to the atmosphere. Research activities will be carried out in the framework of the EU projects INDIGO and EXCELLERAT 2, in which BSC participates. 

The applicant will join the Propulsion Technologies Group (PTG), a research group from the Computer Applications in Science and Engineering (CASE) Department at the Barcelona Supercomputing Center. As part of the PTG, the applicant will form a multidisciplinary team of researchers with a strong background in Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) applied to high-fidelity simulations to develop clean propulsion and power generation systems. The PTG is actively involved in several European research-oriented and industrial projects for which results are disseminated in highly-ranked scientific journals and conferences.

The applicant is expected to work on implementing the code to model contrails and will acquire the necessary ability to perform complex simulations in the frame of Computational Fluid Dynamics by applying High-Performance Computing (HPC) techniques.


Key duties 
- Conducting simulation of pollutant dispersion from aircraft engines.
- Developing reduced-order models for emissions.
- Interact with the different partners of the projects to carry our collaborative research.
- Contribute to scientific publications and reporting to different National and EU projects the researcher will be involved in.



- Education
The candidate should hold a master degree in Mechanical or Aeronautical engineering.

- Essential knowledge and professional experience
o Knowledge of fluid mechanics and thermodynamics are expected.
o General knowledge on computer science and programming languages such as Fortran, Python, C, and C++ will be considered an asset.

- Additional knowledge and professional experience
Fluency in English is essential, Spanish is welcome.

- Competences
o Strong analytical skills.
o Ability to work independently and within a team.
o Good communication and team-work skills to work in a multidisciplinary team.

- Conditions
o The position will be located at BSC within the CASE Department.
o We offer a full-time contract, a good working environment, a highly stimulating environment with state-of-the-art infrastructure, flexible working hours, extensive training plan, tickets restaurant, private health insurance, fully support to the relocation procedures.
o Duration: Open-ended contract due to technical and scientific activities linked to the project and budget duration.
o Salary: we offer a competitive salary commensurate with the qualifications and experience of the candidate and according to the cost of living in Barcelona.
o Starting date: 01/2/2023

- Applications procedure and process

o All applications must be made through BSC website (applications through e-mail will not be considered):

o All applications must contain:
   * A full CV in English including contact details
   * A Cover Letter with a statement of interest in English, including two contacts for further references.

- Deadline
The vacancy will remain open until suitable candidate has been hired. Applications will be regularly reviewed and potential candidates will be contacted.

Contact Information:
Please mention the CFD Jobs Database, record #18186 when responding to this ad.
NameEduardo Pérez
Email ApplicationNo
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► Post-doc: high fidelity simulations of turbulent flows, CNRS - LMFL
   23 Jan, 2023 
Job Record #18273
TitlePost-doc: high fidelity simulations of turbulent flows
CategoryPostDoc Position
EmployerCNRS - LMFL
LocationFrance, Lille
InternationalYes, international applications are welcome
Closure DateWednesday, March 15, 2023
The post-doctoral researcher will participate in the ERC Advanced Grant
research project NoStaHo which is aimed at an extensively transformative
fundamental understanding and  theory of non-stationary and/or non 
homogeneous turbulence with the identification of universality classes
depending on types of non-homogeneity/non-stationarity and a consequent
road map for turbulent flow prediction methods.

The post-doct will participate in the setting up of the numerical side of
the of the project by contributing to Direct Numerical Simulations and
various ways to analyse the data obtained for a variety of turbulent 
flows including various types of turbulent wakes, jets and boundary layers.
Among the many aspects of the flows to concentrate on, are coherent 
structures and their impacts on turbulence energy exchanges, turbulence
cascades and dissipation; impacts of these energy exchanges/transfers 
through space and across different size eddies.

The post-doc will be a member of the turbulence group of the LMFL and 
of the NoStaHo research team (including 2 post-docs and 4 PhDs). She/he
will be supported by the exerts of the group. The numerical works will
benefit from the national supercomputing facilities.

The candidate will have a PhD in computational fluid dynamics, with
experience in the field of turbulence. 

This position will be administred by the CNRS and is initially for 
2 years with a possibility of extension depending on performance.

Please contact Professor C. Vassilicos 
( for more information

The application must be sent through the CNRS job portal at

Contact Information:
Please mention the CFD Jobs Database, record #18273 when responding to this ad.
NameJ. Christos Vassilicos
Email ApplicationYes
Phone+33 (0)3 20 33 71 51
AddressLMFL - CNRS UMR 9014
Av Paul Langevin
Cité Scientifique
F-59655 Villeneuve d'Ascq, France
Record Data:
Last Modified13:27:27, Monday, January 23, 2023

► Senior project engineer-CFD development, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi
   23 Jan, 2023 
Job Record #18272
TitleSenior project engineer-CFD development
CategoryJob in Academia
EmployerIndian Institute of Technology Delhi
LocationIndia, Delhi, New Delhi
InternationalNo, only national applications will be considered
Closure DateWednesday, March 15, 2023

Applications are invited for Senior Project Engineer position for a CFD 
development project at IIT Delhi.

Description of the work:
The project involves development of user-interface design and performance 
enhancement of an existing scientific computing software. The development will 
involve implementation of simple UI designs using Qt/widgets/ImGUI/Javascript, 
testing the software and writing maintainable code.  The project is a sponsored 
research project that involves working with the Ministry of Shipping, Ports and 

Required Qualifications: 
M. Tech. 1st class or equivalent in the appropriate discipline OR B.Tech. 1st 
Class or equivalent with 3 years experience. The prospective candidate should 
have a Masters/B. Tech degree from a renowned institution in Computer Science, 
IT, Electronics, Mechanical, Aerospace, Chemical or Civil engineering with 
knowledge in scientific computing and basic understand of physics. The 
prospective candidate should have sound mathematical skills and very good 
programming skills in developing user interfaces, object oriented design and 
high performance computing. The candidate should be well versed in C++ and 
additionally in python, javascript or any other modern programming languages. 
The candidate needs to be resourceful and motivated to build useful industry 
friendly software.

Desired qualifications: 
In addition to the above it will be desirable to have knowledge of computational 
fluid dynamics, computational geometry and  scientific visualisation. It will be 
preferable to have knowledge on visualisation library such as VTK and computer 
graphics in general.

Salary and duration:
Salary will commensurate with IIT Delhi norms. For details see:
The initial duration of the post will be for 1 year and can be extended up to 3 
years, and further possibilities can be discussed. 

Project Investigators: Asst. Prof. Prapanch Nair, Prof. Amitabh Bhattacharya and 
Prof. Anupam Dewan.

Interested candidates may please send your CV to

Contact Information:
Please mention the CFD Jobs Database, record #18272 when responding to this ad.
NamePrapanch Nair
Email ApplicationYes
Record Data:
Last Modified11:25:41, Monday, January 23, 2023

► Principal project engineer-CFD development, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi
   23 Jan, 2023 
Job Record #18271
TitlePrincipal project engineer-CFD development
CategoryJob in Academia
EmployerIndian Institute of Technology Delhi
LocationIndia, Delhi, New Delhi
InternationalNo, only national applications will be considered
Closure DateWednesday, March 15, 2023
Applications are invited for Principal Project Engineer position for a CFD 
development project at IIT Delhi.

Description of the work:

The project involves further development of an existing in-house solver that 
uses non-traditional CFD techniques. The development will involve implementation 
of physics capabilities such as turbulence modelling, hydrodynamic corrections, 
high performance computing using performance portable libraries, implementing 
efficient computational geometry algorithms.  The project is a sponsored 
research project that involves working with the Ministry of Shipping, Ports and 

Required Qualifications: 

The prospective candidate should have a PhD from a renowned institution in 
Mechanical, Aerospace, Chemical or Civil engineering with research knowledge in 
the areas of turbulent flow, and fluid dynamics. The prospective candidate 
should have sound mathematical and fluid dynamics foundations. The candidate 
should be well-versed in scientific computing and have developed solvers for 
research, visualised and analysed simulations.

Desired qualifications: 

In addition to the above it will be desirable to have working knowledge of 
modern C++, knowledge in computational geometry, experience working with OpenMP, 
MPI and/or CUDA, and visualisation experience.

Salary and duration:
Salary will commensurate with IIT Delhi norms. For details see:
The initial duration of the post will be for 1 year and can be extended up to 3 
years, and further possibilities can be discussed. 

Project Investigators: Asst. Prof. Prapanch Nair, Prof. Amitabh Bhattacharya and 
Prof. Anupam Dewan.

Interested candidates may please send your CV to
Contact Information:
Please mention the CFD Jobs Database, record #18271 when responding to this ad.
NamePrapanch Nair
Email ApplicationYes
Record Data:
Last Modified11:16:43, Monday, January 23, 2023

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  27 Jan, 2023
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  27 Jan, 2023
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  27 Jan, 2023
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  27 Jan, 2023
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  27 Jan, 2023
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  27 Jan, 2023
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  27 Jan, 2023
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  27 Jan, 2023
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  27 Jan, 2023
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  27 Jan, 2023
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  26 Apr, 2021
Upward Farms - Strong, self-determined work ethic. Excellent listening, clear and concise oral and written communication. Question-driven, curious, open minded. ...
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  20 Apr, 2021
Safariland, LLC - process reqmts, using SolidWorks, CFD, & others. Reqmts are: Bach's deg (or foreign educational equiv) in Mechanical Engg, Aeronautical &...
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  16 Mar, 2021
Sandia National Laboratories - quantification, multiscale methods, visualization, continuum mechanics, atomistic simulation techniques and related disciplines. Students are also...
► Mechanical Engineering Professor - Tenured / Tenure Track (Open Rank), Division of Engineering
    5 Mar, 2021
New York University Abu Dhabi - invites applications for a tenured/tenure-track faculty position in its Mechanical Engineering program in the broad area of computational fluid dy...

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► Postdoctoral Appointee - *CFD* and Machine Learning for Detonation Engine Modeling - Argonne National Laboratory (United States)
…codes. Develop turbulent combustion modeling approaches augmented with machine learning (ML) for computational fluid dynamics ( CFD ) simulations of
► *CFD* /Thermal CAE Research Engineer - Ford Motor Company (United States)
…drive the design and development of Ford's future electrified powertrains + Perform 3D thermal/ CFD ( Computational Fluid Dynamics ) analysis on the system,
► Powerpack *CFD* Engineer - Ford Motor Company (United States)
…your career and help us define tomorrow's transportation. + Perform 3D thermal/ fluid CFD ( Computational Fluid Dynamics ) simulations at the system,
► Advanced Design Team (ADT) Turbomachinery *CFD* Geometry Tool Development Specialist - General Electric (United States)
…and support new and existing geometry creation tools for the purpose of automating the Computational Fluid Dynamics ( CFD ) software in that portfolio. The
► Postdoctoral Appointee - High-fidelity *CFD* Modeling for Scale-resolving Simulations of Power Generation and Propulsion Systems - Argonne National Laboratory (United States)
…capability and scalability of multi-scale and multi-physics codes. Perform high-fidelity wall-resolved computational fluid dynamics ( CFD ) simulations of
► *CFD* Mechanical Engineer 3 - Huntington Ingalls Industries (United States)
…(NNS) seeks a motivated and enthusiastic individual who would like to apply their Computational Fluid Dynamics ( CFD ) experience and talents to
► *CFD* Senior Project Engineer - Siemens Digital Industries Software (United States)
…molecular dynamics + Experience with STAR-CCM+ or other commercial CFD tools. + Working knowledge of common design processes, objectives, and constraints
► Section Lead, Senior Manager - *CFD* / Aerodynamics - Raytheon Technologies (United States)
…Guidance, Navigation and Control (GNC) is looking for a motivated and dependable Aerodynamicist w/ CFD expertise to perform in the role of CFD Section Lead at
► Senior Engineer - *CFD* Analyst - Volvo Group (United States)
…and aerodynamics is considered a plus. + Strong background in fundamentals of fluid dynamics , heat transfer and thermodynamics + Proven track record of
► Research & Development *CFD* Engineer (Resea003064) - RBC Bearings (United States)
…matter lead as a member of a high performing and collaborative R&D team. + Perform CFD ( computational fluid dynamics ) analyses for existing and new


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