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PhD Opportunities in Fluid Mechanics and Turbulence at George Mason University

A graduate research position is now available at George Mason University for research in fluid mechanics. 

We seek to modify turbulent flows by targeting drag reducing hairpin vortices using micro-particles carrying polymers.

Preference will be given to students with an M.S. in mechanical engineering or related fields (e.g. aerospace engineering, physics, mathematics).

A strong background in fluid mechanics, applied mathematics, and numerical methods is preferred. In addition, fluency in FORTRAN is highly desired.

This work is currently funded under NSF grant: "Targeting Turbulence Using Smart Particles".

An abstract describing this work can be found at 

https://www.nsf.gov/awardsearch/showAward?AWD_ID=1904953&HistoricalAward...

Please contact Robert Handler at rhandler@gmu.edu for more information.

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