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Job opening at Institute of High Performance Computing, ASTAR, Singapore

As a proud member of the Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR), the Institute of High Performance Computing (IHPC) was established in April 1998 to provide leadership in high performance computing as a strategic resource for scientific inquiry and industry development. Our mission is to advance science and technology and develop leading-edge applications through high performance computing and computational science.

We are looking for highly motivated individuals who possess excellent analytical, technical, and problem-solving skills, as well as good technical writing and presentation skills. If you share our interests in solving challenging scientific problems using computational science and engineering techniques, we welcome you to apply for the following position:

Project name: Wax and Gas Hydrate Formation

Job Description:

You will develop analytical/atomistic/continuum models for nucleation or
growth; develop in-house codes incorporating the models to simulate crystallisation, work on multiscale modelling, and conduct model validation against experimental measurements.


• A PhD in Materials Science/Mechanical Engineering/Chemical Engineering/Physics/Chemistry/Applied Mathematics or equivalent.
• Research experience in computational science, preferably in atomistic or continuum modelling and simulation of phase transformation.
• Good knowledge of numerical methods and algorithms.
• Proficiency in Mathematica or Matlab and Fortran, C, or C++ programming, preferably with parallel programming experience.

If you are interested in this position, please send your CV and a summary of recent work to

Ramanarayan Hariharaputran

Materials Science and Engineering Department

 Institute of High Performance Computing




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    any one can apply after in  mechanical engineering

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