About the Project
Birmingham bubble group has been established for more than 30 years and is recognised as a world leader in the mathematics of bubbles. We have established computational capabilities for 3D bubbles using the advanced boundary element method, which is accurate, efficient and robust for many cycles of oscillation and grid-free. Information on our research areas and expertise can be found at:
The PhD candidate will develop the capability for the modelling of encapsulated bubbles based on our 3D bubble code. This involves implementing suitable models for simulating the deformation of the coatings of encapsulated bubbles and blood vessel walls.
Suitable candidates should have a good honours degree in Applied Mathematics, Physics, Fluid Dynamics, Civil or Mechanical Engineering, Oceanography or related subjects. Candidates should have excellent written and oral communication skills. It would also be advantageous if they have a master degree or had previous research experience in fluid mechanics or structural mechanics.
Strong first class UK/EU students are eligible to apply for these scholarships. International applicants should be in the first 5% of their cohort and at a leading university within their country.
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