Post Doctoral Fellow, 67785

Job Title: Post Doctoral Fellow, 67785
Location: UMKC Volker Campus
Full/Part Time: Full-Time
Job ID: 36015
Hiring Department

Civil and Mechanical Engineering

Job Description Civil and Mechanical Engineering Department is seeking a qualified post-doctoral research associate in the area of computational modelling of turbulent dispersed flows. The project aims at understanding particle deposition in wall-bounded turbulent flows at high Reynolds numbers.

Job duties will include, but are not limited to:

The research will mainly be on performing high fidelity simulations (i.e. Direct numerical simulation) to unveil major mechanisms contributing to the particle deposition in turbulent environments at different Reynolds numbers.

Minimum Qualifications Successful candidate will require a Ph.D. in Mechanical or Chemical Engineering, with a focus on computational fluid dynamics with solid knowledge of Eulerian-Lagrangian computational methods for disperse multiphase flows. Additionally, the candidate should be able to write reports and prepare presentations to effectively communicate research results.

Preferred Qualifications Solid knowledge in Fortran programing language and experience with high performance computing

Full Time/Part Time Full time-40 hours per week, Benefit Eligible

Salary Range: $34K, twelve-month contact, contingent on funding

Application Instructions Applicants must complete an online application and upload application materials (cover letter, resume and references) into one PDF document.

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