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Herve Socquet-Juglard May 29, 2000 12:06


I am a French engineering student in the mathematics engineering department of I.S.I.T.V (the engineering school attached to the university of Toulon) and I am currently studying in the final year in a three year course leading to a chartered engineering degree.I am looking for a laboratorie where I could do PhD in the field of fluids mechanics and numerical modelling.

I also study this year fluids mechanics at the university of Marseille. There are special courses preparing to a PhD.

During my course in numerical modelling and scientific computing I have acquired a special training in material resistance, hydrodynamics, fluids mecanics and structure calculations.

Thank you very much for the kind attention you will give to my inquiry. I am really looking forward to our future collaboration.

Your Faithfully

Herve Socquet-Juglard

John C. Chien May 29, 2000 22:08

Re: PhD
(1). It would be a good idea to do some research in the areas of applications ( such as, aerospace, automobile, electronics, general research), specific CFD fields (such as mesh generation, algorithm development, turbulence modeling, code development) and potential job markets. (2). It is essential to do some home work before you jump into this not so hot , but highly turbulent and difficult field. (3). Good luck to you and your search for your future program.

frederic Felten June 1, 2000 17:39

Re: PhD
Salut herve,

Je suis moi-meme etudiant en Ph.D depuis maintenant 2 ans aux etats-unis. Sur ce site, il y a de nombreuses offres de Ph.D. Je pense que si tu envoyes ta candidature, tu peux avoir des chances de passer. C'est tres utile de connaitre deja le nom du prof qui pourrait t'encadrer pour ta recherche. bonne chance dans ta recherche d'universite!

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