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Openings for three post-doctoral research assistants

School of Mechanical, Aerospace and Civil Engineering, University of Manchester

Closing date: 8th February 2013

  1. Novel Wave Energy Converters
  2. Modelling Coastal Hydrodynamics and Morphodynamics
  3. Tsunami Overtopping and Loading on Coastal Defences

1. Wave energy is an abundant resource but cost effective conversion into electricity has remained elusive. EPSRC is funding the project ' Step-WEC: STEP change for Wave Energy Conversion through floating multi-body multi-mode systems in swell' as part of the Supergen Marine Challenge 2: Marine Energy Technology for 2050. Applicants are sought with capability in wave and floating body hydrodynamics. The project is theoretical and experimental. Familiarity with WAMIT will be an advantage. Start date 1st April 2013. Duration 1 year in first instance on 3 year project. Ref. EPS-02003

2. This project is part of the NERC consortium iCOASST (integrated coastal sediment systems) and involves large-scale long-term coastal hydrodynamics modelling on the UK continental shelf driving morphodynamic change. The TELEMAC suite will be employed for this purpose. Start date 1st April 2013. Duration 2 years. Ref. EPS-02103

3. This project is part of the NERC consortium grant 'Will climate change in the Arctic increase the landslide-tsunami risk to the UK?'. This work package is concerned with tsunami overtopping, inundation and loading on coastal defences. In-house codes will be used for overtopping and TELEMAC for inundation. Start date 1st October 2013. Duration 18 months. Ref. EPS-02102

Salary in the range: £29541 to £36298

Informal Enquiries:

For posts 1, 2 and 3: Prof Peter Stansby (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)

For post 1: Dr Tim Stallard (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)

For posts 2 and 3: Dr Ben Rogers (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)

Application forms and further particulars are available from the University of Manchester website. The University actively fosters a culture of inclusion and diversity and seeks to achieve true equality of opportunity for all members of its community.

Three Post-Doctoral Research Assistants

School of Mechanical, Aerospace and Civil Engineering

University of Manchester

 

Closing date: 8th February 2013 

1.     Novel Wave Energy Converters

2.     Modelling Coastal Hydrodynamics and Morphodynamics

3.     Tsunami Overtopping and Loading on Coastal Defences

 

1.     Wave energy is an abundant resource but cost effective conversion into electricity has remained elusive. EPSRC is funding the project ‘ Step-WEC: STEP change for Wave Energy Conversion through floating multi-body multi-mode systems in swell’ as part of the Supergen Marine Challenge 2: Marine Energy Technology for 2050. Applicants are sought with capability in wave and floating body hydrodynamics. The project is theoretical and experimental. Familiarity with WAMIT will be an advantage.                                             Start date 1st April 2013. Duration 1 year in first instance on 3 year project.

Ref. EPS-02003

2.     This project is part of the NERC consortium iCOASST (integrated coastal sediment systems) and involves large-scale long-term coastal hydrodynamics modelling on the UK continental shelf driving morphodynamic change. The TELEMAC suite will be employed for this purpose.                                     Start date 1st April 2013. Duration 2 years.

Ref. EPS-02103

3.     This project is part of the NERC consortium grant ‘Will climate change in the Arctic increase the landslide-tsunami risk to the UK?’. This work package is concerned with tsunami overtopping, inundation and loading on coastal defences. In-house codes will be used for overtopping and TELEMAC for inundation. 

Start date 1st October 2013. Duration 18 months.

Ref. EPS-02102

 

Salary in the range: £29541 to £36298

Informal Enquiries:

For posts 1, 2 and 3: Prof Peter Stansby (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)

For post 1: Dr Tim Stallard (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)

For posts 2 and 3:  Dr Ben Rogers (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)

 

Application forms and further particulars are available from our website http://www.manchester.ac.uk/vacancies : references: EPS-02003, EPS-02102, EPS-02103

 

If you are unable to go online you can request a hard copy of the details from the Faculty HR Office, tel: +44 (0)161 275 8837, e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

 

The University actively fosters a culture of inclusion and diversity and seeks to achieve true equality of opportunity for all members of its community.

 

Shelf seas modeller position

Due to the expansion of its business relating to ecosystem response, renewable energy and coastal processes modelling, CEFAS is seeking to recruit an enthusiastic and innovative coastal or shelf seas modeller.

Read more: Shelf seas modeller position

Senior scientists position at HR Wallingford

HR Wallingford is looking to recruit senior scientists for their coasts and estuaries group. The post involves use and development of the TELEMAC-MASCARET modelling suite.

 

Read more: Senior scientists position at HR Wallingford

Open position at BAW Karlsruhe, Germany

The Federal Waterways Engineering and Research Institute (BAW) in Karlsruhe has an open position in the section of Numerical Methods in Hydraulic Engineering, which is mostly based on using and developing TELEMAC.

Update January 2013: The position is now closed

Read more: Open position at BAW Karlsruhe, Germany

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