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Full time Faculty Position at Université catholique de Louvain (Biomedical Engineering)

 

The Université catholique de Louvain invites applications for a full-time professor position in Biomechanical Engineering

We seek talented individuals who will develop and drive a research program at the forefront of the biomechanical engineering discipline on topics involving the experimentation, characterization, modelling and/or simulation of

Full time Faculty Position at Université catholique de Louvain (Geotechnical Engineering)

 

The Université catholique de Louvain invites applications for a full-time professor position in Geotechnical Engineering

We seek talented individuals who will develop and drive a research program at the forefront of the field of geotechnics and/or soil mechanics, involving, for instance:

Three open positions for Ph.D.

Pr. Remacle has recently received an Advanced Grant from the European Research Council. The aim of the research is to work

on hexahedral mesh generation, including parallel meshing, boundary layer meshing and GPU-based meshing. Three (or more) open positions

for a Ph.D. mandate are open. Candidates should directly contact Jean-François Remacle (jean-francois.remacle@uclouvain.be).

 

 

PhD position : hex mesh generation

Two PhD studentships opportunities are available at the Universite catholique de
Louvain in Belgium for outstanding candidates.
The aim of the project is to develop a novel approach for generating
dominant hex meshes for general/complex 3D models. The approach will be based
both a generalisation of Lloyd's algorithm and on the resolution of some kind of
PDE in the domain in order to compute distances, curvatures, surface
geodesics... We look here for an indirect approach i.e. we first generate the
points and then reconnect them. All the developments will be done in the
framework of gmsh (http://www.geuz.org/gmsh).
Successfull candidates should have a strong background in applied
mathematics/numerical methods for CFD. Some knownledge of mesh generation

One Post-Doctoral Fellow : High order / curvilinear mesh generation

There is a growing consensus that state of the art finite volume technology requires, and will continue to require too extensive computational resources to provide the necessary resolution, even at the rate that computational power increases. The requirement for high resolution naturally leads us to consider methods that have a higher order of grid convergence than the classical (formal) 2nd order provided by most industrial grade codes.

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