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Excellent post-doc opportunity: Computational Fluid Dynamics

We have an opening for a post-doc position at George Mason University starting immediately. The qualification for the position is a strong background in computational fluid dynamics. The salary level is $64,000 per year. Candidates from aerospace, mechanical or related areas will be considered.

Senior Faculty Position in Computational Science and Engineering at RPI

There is an opening for a tenure track senior faculty position in computational science and engineering (associate/ full preofessor) in the department of Mechanical, Aerospace and Nuclear Engineering (MANE) at RPI. Please see

Building and Environment Best Paper Awards - winners announced

The 2012 Best Paper Awards from Building and Environment go to:
• R. Ramponi, B. Blocken,
“CFD simulation of cross-ventilation for a generic isolated building: Impact of computational parameters”
• S. Yin, G.N. Sze-To, Christopher Y.H. Chao,
“Retrospective analysis of multi-drug resistant tuberculosis outbreak during a flight using computational fluid dynamics and infection risk assessment”
• Chun Chen, Bin Zhao, Wanting Zhou, Xinyi Jiang, Zhongchao Tan,

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Seeking PhD Researcher in Biomedical Engineering - Computational Bone Mechanobiology/Tissue Engineering

in Biomedical Engineering

Applications are invited for a postgraduate degree by research (PhD)
in Biomedical Engineering at the National University of Ireland Galway. The
project is funded by the European Research Council.


Job Opening for CFD/Heat Transfer Engineer at Schlumberger

Schlumberger, a Fortune 500 Company, is a world-wide leading supplier of premium products and services to the oil and gas exploration and production industry, the petrochemical industry and other industrial markets.  We are seeking to hire a qualified candidate to fill the position of Engineer III in our Houston, TX location.   

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