We strive to tackle a broad range of cutting-edge interdisciplinary problems, from cardiovascular flows to aquatic swimming, by developing advanced computational and theoretical tools for state-of-the-art high-performance computing clusters.
Position available: We are looking for one or two PhD students.
We are looking for motivated people with a strong background in fluid mechanics and computational methods. You should know or be willing to learn C programming, parallel programming with MPI and other libraries to take on this challenge at the graduate level. We have research opportunities at the undergraduate level to assist the graduate students in mesh generation, running the simulations, and visualizing the results.