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Reference : UMR8208-SIMBOS-001
Workplace : MARNE LA VALLEE
Date of publication : Thursday, September 26, 2019
Type of Contract : FTC Scientist
Contract Period : 11 months
Expected date of employment : 17 October 2019
Proportion of work : Full time
Remuneration : 2695 EUR (gross) per month.
Desired level of education : PhD
Experience required : 1 to 4 years
Participate in the development of a computational code in fluid mechanics. Validate the results by comparison with works in the literature. Participate in conferences and exchanges with other laboratories.
- Work on the development of ADM LES models for two-phase flows and modeling of multi-phase transfers for multi-scale resolved interfaces (DNS) in FUGU home made code, developped at MSME. Exchanges with Marcus Herrmann, specialist of numerical methods for multi-scale multi-phase flows, who will help us in designing multi-scale algorithms for interfaces. He is located at Arizona State University (USA),
- Participate in Summer School at Stanford Summer 2020 with Marcus Herrmann
- Realize and analyze DNS FUGU, development of IBM methods for multi-scale multi-phase flows, Lagrangian tracking
- MPI parrallel programming for the Front Tracking procedures of FUGU, Fortran 90 programming
- Expertise in fluid mechanics and two-phase flow
- Expertise in Front Tracking methods and coupling between Eulerian and Lagrangian approaches
- FORTRAN 90 and MPI programming
- Article writing
- Good level of English (read, write, speak)
The Multi-Scale Simulation Modeling Laboratory (MSME) is a UMR of more than 110 permanent and non-permanent members, made up of 4 teams (MECAnique, Theoretical Chemistry, Heat Transfers and Matter and BIOMECAnique). The guardianship of this UMR is UPEM, UPEC and CNRS. Three teams (MECA, CT and TCM) are attached to the UPEM and are located in the Cité Descartes (Marne-la-Vallée), the BIOMECA team is attached to the UPEC and is located at Campus Center (Créteil).
The candidate (H / F) will be integrated into the Heat Transfers and Matter (TCM) team composed of 8 permanent researchers. This is a research focus of the Multi-Scale Simulation Modeling Laboratory (MSME) since its creation in 2008. It develops research activities centered around the modeling and numerical simulation of mass and energy transfers, essentially by convection, in complex configurations of academic or applied interest. The works, which are based on or require multi-scale and / or multi-physical representations, are mainly based on the development of original codes and the use of commercial digital tools.
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