Research Associate II, Mechanical Aerospace and Biomedical Engineer
University of Tennessee, Knoxville
October 6, 2017
Research Associate II in Computational Fluid Dynamics and Fluid Structure Interactions in the Department of Mechanical, Aerospace, and Biomedical Engineering.
Position Available Immediately and Open until Filled. A self-motivated candidate is sought for leading research in Computational Fluid Dynamic and Fluid Structure Interaction modeling. The candidate is expected to closely collaborate with researchers at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) to perform research on the analysis and design of novel Small Modular Hydro (SMH) turbines. Under general supervision, the research associate will focus/research on: identifying the design space, requirements and restrictions, hydroelastic and fluid flow modeling with additional work on adjoint-based design optimization. Research will be directed toward utilization of renewable resources. The ideal candidate will be willing to mentor undergraduate and graduate students, collaborate with ORNL scientists, and perform cutting-edge research in computational modeling.
Internal Number: 96730
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