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[Met-jobs] Vacancy for a Senior CFD researcher

From "Roger Brugge" <r.brugge@reading.ac.uk>
To "met-jobs@lists.rdg.ac.uk" <met-jobs@lists.reading.ac.uk>
Date Tue, 8 Feb 2011 09:25:22 +0000

GexCon R&D is looking for a senior CFD researcher as project manager

Relevant project topics include atmospheric flow (turbulence,
terrestrial & marine boundary layer, wind & wakes, etc.), and turbulent
reacting flows in complex geometries (fires, vapour cloud explosions,
blast waves, etc.).



Tasks
- Plan and track projects of the R&D department: research projects (with
  external partners) and software development.
- Acquire new research projects (proposal writing, budgets, reporting,
  etc.) in our expertise fields: dispersion and explosions, industrial
  safety, wind energy, fire.
- External presentation of results for customers and at conferences, as
  well as by publishing scientific articles.


Qualifications
- Experienced in managing research and/or software projects in an SME.
- Experience and a network in wind energy and atmospheric boundary layer
  flow is of particular interest.
- Solid background in CFD.
- Fluency in English.

The position falls under our R&D Department at the main office in
Bergen, Norway.


The R&D Department at GexCon develops FLACS, including associated pre-
and post processing tools. Current R&D activities include
parallelisation, improved modelling of atmospheric flow and dispersion,
wind farm optimization, explosion modelling, and fire hazards in the
petrochemical industry. GexCon carries out research in close
collaboration with industrial and academic partners, and the R&D
department has grown significantly in recent years.


Further information about the position and an electronic application
form are available at: www.gexcon.com/vacancies

All applications must be submitted electronically at:
www.gexcon.com/vacancies
Applications will be processed continuously up to 31 March 2011.
Women are particularly encouraged to apply.


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