Collaborators

Academic Collaborators

Imperial College London
Dr. Neill Duncan, Imperial College Renal and Transplant Centre
Prof. Colin Caro, Bioengineering
Prof. Michael Leschziner, Aeronautics
Prof. Paul Kelly, Computing
Prof. Peter Weinberg, Bioengineering
Prof. Spencer Sherwin, Aeronautics

Stanford University
Prof. Antony Jameson, Aeronautics and Astronautics

University of California Berkeley
Prof. Per-Olof Persson, Mathematics

NASA
Prof. Hung Huynh, Glenn Research Center

University of Utah
Prof. Mike Kirby, School of Computing

Swansea University
Prof. Kenneth Morgan, College of Engineering
Prof. Oubay Hassan, College of Engineering

Industrial Collaborators

BAE Systems

Airbus

Zenotech

Nvidia

CD Adapco

AMD

Rescale

Pointwise

Openings

PhD Studentship - Development of In-situ Visualisation and Analysis Technology for High-Fidelity Computational Fluid Dynamics
Summary: A PhD Studentship is currently available. The project, will involve addition of 'in-situ' visualisation, processing, and analysis technology to PyFR, an open-source high-order massively-parallel CFD platform, as well as its application to solve a range of challenging unsteady flow problems. Candidates should hold, or expect to obtain, an undergraduate degree in a numerate discipline. Previous programming experience is important (ideally Python, C++ and CUDA).

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