Marie Curie - Er (Experienced Researcher) For The Anade Project, Numeca Int
Job posted by NUMECA Int (05/04/2012 15.30)
Marie Curie - ER (experienced researcher) for the ANADE project
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TURBULENCE MODELING PROPOSAL FOR 2 YEARS RESEARCHER
NUMECA is a globally operating CFD software company (http://www.numeca.com) developing CFD simulation software widely used by design engineers in a broad range of industries. The company has its headquarters in Brussels, Belgium.
Within the ANADE Marie-Curie (ITN) project (http://www.anade-itn.eu), NUMECA is seeking a young researcher at post-doctoral level with experience and interest in turbulence modeling. The two-year project would focus on research on various aspects of turbulence when dedicated to the prediction of separated flows.
•Analyze and improve current Turbulence models, in particular in predicting separation and reattachment
•Applications will consider testcases for which good reference data are available, covering internal flows (3D Diffuser e.g.) as well as external flows (SAE body cars e.g.).
Nr of positions available : 1
Engineering - Computer engineering
Experienced researcher or 4-10 yrs (Post-Doc)
Established Researcher (R3)
NUMECA offers a stimulating, young and multicultural environment in the heart of Europe, a two-year contract with salary stipulated by the Marie Curie 2011 work programme for ER and excellent job growth opportunities.
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Please send a cover letter, a résumé and relevant technical papers, reports and references to:
Prof. Charles Hirsch,
NUMECA International s.a.,
Ch. de la Hulpe 189 Terhulpsesteenweg
B-1170 Brussels, Belgium,
|Degree||PhD or equivalent|
|Main Research Field||Engineering|
|Research Sub Field||Computer engineering|
|Years of Research Experience||4|
oPhD in engineering, mathematics or physics, or 4 years of proven research experience in these fields
•Experience and understanding of turbulence modelling
•Applicants should be highly motivated and enthusiastic with a strong background in fluid mechanics and numerical methods.
•Proven skills in engineering problem solving, written/oral communication
•Skills in an engineering programming language (C, C++)
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