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Post Doctoral Research Fellow, School of Computing & Mathematical Sciences

Greenwich/Medway, United Kingdom
£37,099 to £42,978
Closing date
14 Mar 2024

School of Computing & Mathematical Sciences

Location: Greenwich and Medway Campuses
Salary: £37,099 to £42,978
Contract Type: Fixed Term - March 2027
Closing Date: Thursday 14 March 2024
Interview Date: To be confirmed
Reference: 4434

The Computational Science and Engineering Group (CSEG) within the School of Computing and Mathematical Sciences is seeking to employ a Post-Doctoral Research Fellow for three years to investigate the effects of time dependent magnetic fields on microstructure evolution during solidification.

The role will be primarily on the numerical side, including building computational models to address the magnetohydrodynamic problem and its influence on bulk inter-dendritic flows. There will also be opportunities to partake in experiments conducted at synchrotron light sources and to then using image processing to analyse the experimental data and compare with numerical predictions. The simulations and image processing will utilise our High-Performance Computing Cluster.

Should you have any informal enquiries please contact Dr Andrew Kao at

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