An opening for a Caltech Postdoctoral Scholar position has become available in the area of Direct Numerical Simulation (DNS) and Large Eddy Simulation (LES) of high-pressure turbulent mixing and high-pressure turbulent reactive flows. Experience with DNS and LES modeling, coding and supercomputing is required; a solid background on high-pressure thermodynamics and reactive flows is desirable.
Applicants should e-mail the following material:
1. A complete Curriculum Vitae, with lists of (i) refereed journal publications and (ii) name, address, e-mail and telephone number of at least three references.
2. An electronic copy of each of his/her most recent refereed journal publications.
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