Researcher in multiphysics software development at CRANFIELD UNIVERSITY


School/Department School of Aerospace, Transportation and Manufacturing

Based at Cranfield Campus, Cranfield, Bedfordshire

Working hours 37 hours per week, normally worked Monday to Friday. Flexible work will be considered.

Type of Contract Fixed-term contract

Fixed term period 36 months

Salary The full-time starting salary is normally around £33,809 per annum

Apply by 07/07/2022

Role description

About the role

This position will contribute to research activities for an exciting new project and specifically to support the Center for Computational Engineering Science. The focus will be on the development, maintenance, testing and evolution of the full ecosystem of multi-physics modeling software, and workflows on HPC environments for undercarriage damper systems. landing in order to achieve the project objectives.

About you

You will be trained at doctoral level in a relevant subject (or close to the end of your doctorate), with the necessary technical knowledge and experience with a strong background in the development and application of computational fluid dynamics software, user proficient in at least one programming language (Fortran/Python/C/C++) and scripting, experience in using and developing open source CFD software, experience in pre-processing software packages (CAD, mesh generation) and post-processing (Paraview, Tecplot, Visit, Matlab), as well as experience using national HPC facilities and cloud platforms for massively parallel simulations. Good publishing experience in international peer-reviewed journals and conference proceedings is desirable. With excellent communication skills, you will be a good team player, enjoy presenting and can handle pressure. Project planning is also an important skill for these positions and successful candidates will be able to demonstrate self-motivation, perseverance and initiative.

About Us

As a specialist postgraduate university, Cranfield’s world-class expertise, large-scale facilities and unparalleled industry partnerships create world leaders in technology and management. Learn more about Cranfield and our unique impact here.

Aerospace is at the heart of Cranfield World Research Airport and is renowned worldwide for its teaching and research in the fields of aviation and aerospace. Cranfield Aerospace’s six centers drive our world-class research, driving technological and conceptual advances in aeronautics, propulsion engineering, cyber-physical systems and intelligent automation. Thanks to the close links with industry established over the past 70 years, we are focused on defining and delivering the management of the aircraft, airports and airspace of the future and are the only university in Europe with our own airport and runway. Cranfield Aerospace is internationally recognized as the premier choice for research and education in all aspects of aerospace, including aircraft, drones, urban air mobility and space. To learn more about our work, click here About Aerospace.

Our values ​​and commitments

Our shared and stated values ​​help define who we are and underpin everything we do: Ambition; Impact; Respect; and Community. Learn more here.

Our goal is to create and sustain a culture where everyone can work and study together and realize their full potential. We are a Disability Confident Employer and proud members of the Stonewall Diversity Champions program. We are also committed to actively exploring flexible working options for each role. Our Equal Opportunity and Diversity monitoring has shown that women are currently underrepresented within the university and we therefore actively encourage eligible female applications. To further demonstrate our commitment to advancing gender diversity in STEM, we hold an Athena SWAN Institutional Bronze Award, are members of Working Families; sponsors of International Women in Engineering Day and signatories of the Women in Defense and Women in Aerospace and Aviation Charters. Learn more about our core commitments to Equality, Diversity & Inclusion and Flexible Working here.

Working methods

Collaboration and connection are integral to much of what we do. Our working environment offers many staff the opportunity to flexibly combine on-site and remote work, when roles allow, balancing the needs of our community of staff, students, customers and partners.


Comments are closed.