The project aims at developing a numerical framework to simulate a large number of particles within the human body, from deformable red blood cells within arteries to better understand stroke, to rigid calcite particles in the ear canal responsible for vertigo. This will be performed within the CRIMSON (CardiovasculaR Integrated Modeling and SimulatiON) software environment, a Fortran-based finite element solver that simulates fluid flow in patient-specific geometries on unstructured grids.
- PhD in Engineering or a related field (e.g., Physics, Mathematics, or Computer Science)
- Experience in Scientific Computing (proficiency in MPI and Fortran/C)
- Interest in biological fluid dynamics and multiphase flow.
How to Apply:
If you are interested in this position, please email your curriculum vitae and at
least two references to Jesse Capecelatro (firstname.lastname@example.org).