Computational Fluid Dynamics and Computational Engineering

   Civil Engineering

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  Assoc Prof HT Tang  Applications accepted all year round  Funded PhD Project (Students Worldwide)

About the Project

Applications are solicited for a Ph.D. student position in computational fluid dynamics / computational engineering, at the City College of New York (CCNY) of the City University of New York (CUNY). The successful candidate will develop new and enhanced models for ocean flows and flow-structure interaction problems. Preferably the candidates have

  1.   MS degree in oceanography, applied math, civil engineering, mechanical engineering, naval architecture engineering, or other related disciplines
  2.   Solid knowledge of mathematics and physics

 Preference will be given to those with experience in computer programming, modelling algorithm development, and simulation of floating objects. Applicants with US citizenship will be considered for a special program.

The CUNY is the US’s leading urban public university serving more than 400,000 students at 23 colleges in New York City. CCNY, the flagship campus of the university, is located in Manhattan and draws students from around the world. CCNY is ranked among the top US universities for producing engineers, business executives, and scientists (including over 10 Nobel Prize winners and Fields medallists).

If interested, please send an email with materials including CV (including TOFEL score for international applicants, those with no such scores cannot be considered), transcripts, and publications (if any) for a pre-review with "Ph.D. student" in the subject line of your email to: [Email Address Removed].

All emails and enclosed materials will be assessed, but only those with a good match will be replied. Please don't send them again if you have done so already before. For international applicants, being able to obtain a visa on time is essential.

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