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Job Record #15481
TitlePhD position, Numerical methods for non-Newtonian flows
CategoryPhD Studentship
EmployerJohannes kepler University, Institute Comp mathematics
LocationAustria, Linz
InternationalYes, international applications are welcome
Closure DateSaturday, December 01, 2018
Description:

Project Description
The project concerns the development of novel and efficient space-time finite
element methods for non-Newtonian fluid flow models, i.e., models where the
stresses have nonlinear dependence on the shear rate. The discretization of
these models is of great importance since they are met in many industrial areas,
e.g., chemical engineering, lubrication and biofluid mechanics. Several finite
element methods combined with implicit Runge-Kutta schemes (FEM-RK) have been
presented over the past years for solving these types of problems. This project
will study the current FEM-RK schemes and will further investigate the velopment
of space-time finite element methods, which help in discretizing the problem in
space and in time simultaneously. In this project the fully numerical scheme
will be entirely developed by following finite element discretization concept.
In the main goals of this project is the construction of fast and efficient
non-linear solvers for solving the non-linear system arising after the finite
element space-time discretization.  The working plan includes both the
materialization of the algorithms (scientific programming) and the analysis of
the schemes. For the materialization of the algorithms known FEM libraries will
be used, e.g., Deal.II. The applicant will work with Dr I. Toulopoulos in the
frame of the associated JKU- LIT-project ‘Numerical simulation of incompressible
non-Newtonian flows modeled by power-law Navier-Stokes systems.


Your Qualifications
The working language is English. The candidates should have (or expect to
achieve) a master (or
equivalent) degree in computational Mathematics, Scientific computing,
Engineering or Physics. The
candidates must have a background in computational linear algebra, numerical
methods, fluid dynamics,
programming skills in FEM methods.

Location - Funding -Period
The candidate will join the PhD program of the JKU Linz, Austria, see
https://www.numa.uni-linz.ac.at/. The PhD position offers excellent
opportunities to work in a lively environment and
collaborate with international experts in the field of applied and computational
mathematics.

The work is supported by the project LIT-JKU -2017-4-SEE-004. The funding is
offered according
to the FWF rules, 2,112.40Euro gross salary per month, with a maximum of 30
hours/week
(https://www.fwf.ac.at/en/research-funding/personnel-costs/). The position is
scheduled to start on 1/1/2019 and is for three (3) years.

Application:
 Applicants should provide the following information: 
Letter of motivation, curriculum
vitae, record of their university (master) courses related to the position, and
a one-page summary of their master thesis. Applicants are invited to send their
materials in one single PDF file directly to email
address: ioannis.toulopoulos@oeaw.ac.at. 
The deadline is 10/12/2018 or until filled.

The Johannes Kepler University wishes to increase the proportion of academic
female faculty
and, for this reason, especially welcomes applications by qualified women. If
applicants are equally qualified, a woman will be given preference for this
position. The university welcomes
applications from qualified applicants with physical disabilities. These
applications will be given special consideration.



Contact Information:
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NameIoannis Toulopoulos
Emailioannis.toulopoulos@oeaw.ac.at
Email ApplicationYes
Record Data:
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