Our group develops new models, algorithms, and HPC simulation tools and physics software for engineering and physics applications. Our current focus is on turbulent low-Mach reacting flows with applications in CO2 mineralization, coal combustion, and general reacting flows. We are also working on developing state of the art GPU-ready codes and core language libraries (DSL) to help application developers write platform-agnostic code.
Openings are available for outstanding Ph.D. students interested in pursuing research in simulation science, low-Mach combustion, and physics software development. Preference is given to candidates with a Masters degree in a related area. The start date will be in August 2017 for the fall semester.
Interested candidates should email Professor Saad and include a resume, a short research statement, and why they think they are a good fit in our group.