PhD Studentship in Fluids Engineering, The Norwegian University of Science and Technology

The objective of the current PhD project - Multiscale Method for the Numerical Simulation of Drop-Surface Impact - is to develop, analyze and apply multiscale methods for the numerical simulation of the impact of a drop on a surface.

The PhD candidate is expected to hold a master’s degree in a subject relevant for the PhD project and to have:

  • good knowledge of fluid dynamics/fluid physics,
  • good knowledge of scientific computing, and
  • good programming skills.Some acquaintance with multiscale
  • methods, multiphase flow or molecular dynamics will be useful.

    The PhD scholarship is limited to 4 years.

    It is required that the person employed satisfies the requirements for PhD students, participates in the course program of the PhD studies and finishes the PhD degree within 4 years.

    For 25 % of the time, the candidate will assist the Division of Fluid Dynamics in teaching obligations.

    PhD students follow code 1017, grade 43 - 47, gross NOK 325 600 to NOK 348 900 per year (before tax). PhD students are normally remunerated at wage level 43.

    Persons with immigrant background and women are encouraged to apply.

    Further information about the position may be obtained from Professor Bernhard Müller (bernhard.muller[at],

    Professor Tor Ytrehus (tor.ytrehus[at], and Associate Professor Maria Fernandino (maria.fernandino@

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