The successful candidate will perform research in one or more of the following areas: computational fluid dynamics, turbulence, water waves, and applications of fluid mechanics research in renewable energy, environment, and geophysical fluid flows. Responsibilities include conducting computational and theoretical fluid mechanics research, publishing scientific papers, and assisting supervisor in grant application and project reporting, and helping supervise students.
PhD in mechanical engineering, mechanics, aerospace engineering, civil and environment engineering, applied mathematics, physics, atmospheric science, physical oceanography, or a related field.
Extensive experience in computational and theoretical fluid mechanics research.
Outstanding record in publication.
Excellent oral and written communication skills in English.
Strong ability to technical writing for research reports and conference and journal papers.
Experience in training and supervising staffs and students.
Internal Number: 332893
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