Aerospace - Aircraft / Air Transportation Systems / Operations, Aerospace - Propulsion / Energy, Aerospace Engineering
Opportunities exist for a research scientist/engineer interested in the areas of mathematical modeling and/or numerical simulation of complex flows relevant to high speed flight. Responsibilities will include basic research in nonequilibrium energy transfer mechanisms in high temperature gas flows, along with CFD code development for high performance computing. Individuals interested in pursuing this position should forward their resume by June 4, 2017.
Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the job opening is filled. The initial appointment will be for one year from the start date with a possibility for renewal. The position is full time and will be based at the Wright Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton, Ohio. The employer is a private Ohio corporation and an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Applicants should have a PhD or equivalent degree in Engineering (Aerospace, Mechanical, Chemical), Physics, Chemistry, Applied Mathematics or related fields. Prior experience with modeling and/or numerical simulations relevant to high temperature flows, hypersonic flows, turbulence, kinetic theory, radiation, nonequilibrium phenomena or gas-surface interactions is desirable.
Due to government contract requirements, US citizenship is required.
Additional Salary Information: The employer offers a competitive benefits package including 403(b) retirement plan with match; health, dental, vision, life and disability insurance; paid time off including 10 holidays; vacation time; and personal/sick leave.