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[Met-jobs] PhD opportunities in environmental fluid dynamics at U. Notre Dame

From David Richter <David.Richter.26@nd.edu>
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Date Tue, 3 Dec 2019 20:00:51 -0500

Hi everyone,

The Richter Lab at the University of Notre Dame (USA) is seeking multiple motivated and enthusiastic candidates for the Ph.D. program starting in Fall 2020. The lab uses a range of numerical and computational techniques to study multiphase, environmental flows, and collaborates routinely with scientists making laboratory and field measurements. Examples include air-sea interaction, wave breaking and spray/aerosol transport, cloud physics, and dust processes in the atmospheric boundary layer. Come join a dynamic and collegial group of students and postdocs, explore the physics, transport, and chemistry of environmental flows, and join in scientific and community outreach events. Full funding, including stipend and benefits, are included with degree progress.

Qualifications: Experience in computational simulations and high-performance computing preferred but not required. BS or MS in physics, computer science, mechanical/civil/environmental engineering, atmospheric science, or meteorology required. Desire and willingness to develop numerical strategies to explore atmospheric physics, independence and enthusiasm, and strong communication skills are sought.

Contact information: If you are interested or you have any questions, feel free to contact David Richter directly at David.Richter.26@nd.edu and provide a CV or resume. See http://nd.edu/~drichte2 for more details.

Please feel free to forward to anyone who may be interested

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David Richter
Associate Professor
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Earth Sciences
University of Notre Dame
120A Cushing Hall

Office: 574-631-4839

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