This PhD position is based in the Turbulent Flow Simulation and Optimization (TFSO) research group headed by Prof. Johan Meyers at the department of Mechanical Engineering. The position is embedded in the ETrends project of the Belgian Science Policy Office, and is a collaboration between KU Leuven, the Royal Meteorological Institute, University of Antwerp, Imec, and Luminus.
Candidates have a master degree in one of the following or related fields: mechanical engineering, fluid mechanics, aerospace or mathematical engineering, numerical mathematics, or computational physics. They should have a good background or interest in fluid mechanics, optimization, simulation, and programming (Fortran, C/C++, MATLAB, Python, & ). Proficiency in English is a requirement. The position adheres to the European policy of balanced ethnicity, age and gender. Persons of all origins and gender are encouraged to apply.
Immediate start is possible. The PhD position lasts for the duration of four years, and is carried out at the University of Leuven. The candidate also takes up a limited amount (approx. 10% of the time) of teaching activities. The remuneration is generous and is in line with the standard KU Leuven rates. It consists of a net monthly salary of about 2400 Euro (in case of dependent children or spouse, the amount can be somewhat higher). Following Belgian law, the salary is automatically adjusted for inflation based on the smoothed health index.
To apply, use the KU Leuven online application platform (applications by email are not considered) Please include:
a) an academic CV and a PDF of your diplomas and transcript of course work and grades
b) a statement of research interests and career goals, indicating why you are interested in this position
c) a sample of technical writing in English, e.g. a paper with you as main author, or your bachelor or master thesis
d) two recommendation letters
d) a list of at least two additional references (different from recommendation letters): names, phone numbers, and email addresses
e) some proof of proficiency in English (e.g. language test results from TOEFL, IELTS, CAE, or CPE)
Please send your application as soon as possible.
Decision: as soon as a suitable candidate applies.
Starting Date: immediate, preferably before September 1st 2023. Later start can be negotiated
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