Postdoc Research Associate at Iowa State University
Original Posting Date: August 31, 2021
A position for a postdoctoral research associate of the duration of one year, potentially extensible further, is available in the Center for Multiphase Flow Research and Education under the guidance of Profs. Rodney O. Fox and Alberto Passalacqua. The candidate’s research activity consists of modeling polydisperse gas-liquid systems in bubble columns and stirred tank reactors, with heat and mass transfer due to boiling or chemical reactions.
The candidate will work in a stimulating multidisciplinary environment that deeply values the open sharing of ideas and expertise to succeed in the research project.
- Ph.D. in Mechanical or Chemical Engineering, with a focus on computational fluid dynamics.
- A strong background in multiphase fluid dynamics. Specifically, the candidate must know the theory of multiphase flow modeling with Euler-Euler models and have experience with their application to the simulation of devices of industrial relevance.
- A demonstrated ability to implement complex computational models using the OpenFOAM® CFD toolkit and C++. See Application Link Below for More Details.
Application link: https://isu.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/IowaStateJobs/job/Ames-IA/Postdoc-Research-Associate_R6091
(4) Postdoc Openings at Argonne National Laboratory
For the opportunities listed below, send a CV directly to: Sibendu Som, PhD, Manager of Computational Multi-Physics Section, Energy Systems Division, Argonne National Laboratory, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Postdoctoral Appointee – CFD and Machine Learning for Engine Design (#410337)
- Postdoctoral Appointee – Turbulent Reacting Flows and Machine Learning (#409907)
- Postdoctoral Appointee – Engine Modeling (# 411139)
- Postdoctoral Appointee – Multi-phase Flows (# 411138)
Use the Search box at the following link to enter the #’s listed above, which will take you directly to the full Job description: https://argonne.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/Argonne_Careers.
Argonne soon expects to have additional openings in gas turbine space (for both stationary power and aero-propulsion applications)…check the link above for future information.
For more information, please contact ISU Professor Song-Charng Kong: