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<p><strong>UKFN weekly round-up 6/8/21</strong></p>
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<p><strong>IMPORTANT</strong></p>
<p>Please note that after this week <strong>the newsletter will be shifting to Thursday</strong>, so if you would like to circulate a brief message to the UKFN mailing list, please send an appropriately formatted item to <a href="mailto:info@fluids.ac.uk">info@fluids.ac.uk</a> by <strong>Thursday noon</strong> of that week, i.e. noon on Thursday 12th August for the next newsletter. Messages are repeated according to <a href="https://fluids.ac.uk/files/Newsletter_repeat_policy_200811.1597143124.pdf">these guidelines</a>.</p>
<p style="text-align: justify;"><strong>A. UKFN MESSAGES</strong></p>
<p style="text-align: justify;"><strong><span>From:</span></strong><span> <span class="xmarkm0gdbsu7o">Nick</span> Daish, University of Cambridge, 6/8/21<br /><strong><span>Subject:</span></strong> UKFN photo/video competition #11 - UPDATE - OPEN COMPETITION<br />We are throwing open the latest competition to all photo and video entries, on<span> </span><u>any</u><span> </span>topic. If you would like the chance to win £200, send us your photos and videos by the new closing date of <strong><span>31/08/21</span></strong>. Go to the Competitions section of <a href="https://fluids.ac.uk/connect">https://fluids.ac.uk/connect</a> or see<span> </span><a id="LPlnk210547" href="https://bit.ly/ukfn-comp11-open-instr">https://bit.ly/ukfn-comp11-open-instr</a> for full details of how to submit your entries.</span></p>
<p><strong>B. MEMBER MESSAGES</strong></p>
<p style="text-align: justify;"><strong>From: </strong>Claire Savy, University of Leeds, 6/8/21<strong><br /></strong><strong>Subject: </strong>Call for LIFD Visiting Fellows<strong><br /></strong>Our LIFD Visiting Fellows scheme aims to attract distinguished scholars from around the world to work with LIFD. <span>Fellows are normally invited to spend between one and three months at the University of Leeds; longer stays may also be possible subject to funding. Fellows will have full library access and IT support, office space in one of our Schools and will be able to access suitable Laboratories and High Performance Computing to support their research. We expect Fellows to deliver an LIFD colloquia talk and we encourage visitors to proactively engage with our postgraduate students and wider LIFD research activity during their stay.<strong> Closing date for applicants wishing to visit between 1/11/21 and 31/7/22: 30/9/21</strong><br /><strong>Details: </strong><a href="https://bit.ly/3xnJNsi">https://bit.ly/3xnJNsi</a> <br /><br /></span></p>
<p class="xxxmsonormal"><strong>EVENTS: </strong> </p>
<p style="font-weight: 400;"><strong><span>From: </span></strong>Neil Sandham, University of Southampton, 6/8/21<strong><span><br /><strong>Subject:</strong></span></strong> UK Fluids Conference: The provisional programme for the UK Fluids Conference (online edition via gather.town) is now available at <a href="https://www.southampton.ac.uk/engineering/news/events/2021/09/10-uk-fluids-conference-2021.page#">https://www.southampton.ac.uk/engineering/news/events/2021/09/10-uk-fluids-conference-2021.page#</a> (under the programme tab). Registration is still possible via the same site. Note for conference attendees: please check that you have received the programme via e-mail. If you haven't, it means your registration e-mail was incorrect and you will need to contact <a href="mailto:ukfluids@soton.ac.uk">ukfluids@soton.ac.uk</a> to get it fixed before the conference starts.</p>
<p style="font-weight: 400;"><strong><span>From:</span></strong> Jamie Townsend, International Society for Computational Fluid Dynamics (ISCFD), 6/8/21<br /><strong><span>Subject:</span></strong> ISCFD Online Webinar - Dr Ricardo Vinuesa (KTH)<br />Dr Ricardo Vinuesa from Kungliga Tekniska Högskolan (KTH) will deliver the next online lecture as part of the ISCFD guest speaker series. His talk is entitled: Artificial Intelligence, CFD and Sustainability. Registration is free (and always will be) and a Zoom link will be sent to registered attendees.<br /><strong><span>Event date:</span></strong> Friday 20 August 2021, 15:00 BST<br /><strong><span>Details: </span></strong><a href="https://bit.ly/3yssmbm">https://bit.ly/3yssmbm</a> <strong><span> </span></strong> <br /><br /></p>
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<p style="text-align: justify;"><strong>SIGS:</strong></p>
<p><strong><span>From:</span></strong><span> Edward Smith (Brunel University), James Ewen (Imperial) and Matthew Borg (Edinburgh), 30/7/21<br /><strong>Subject:</strong> The second special interest group on <em><u>Non-Equilibrium Molecular Dynamics</u></em> will be held virtually on the 6<sup>th</sup> September  2021 as a collaborative event between Brunel, Imperial and Edinburgh universities. Taking advantage of being online, we are planning a programme of international speakers together with sessions for submitted talks. These include world-leading experts in the field. The latest programme is available on the SIG website along with the sign-up link. We would like to welcome anyone from the wider UKFN community who would like to learn more about performing fluid simulation with molecular dynamics.<br /></span><strong><span>Details:</span></strong><span> <a href="https://bit.ly/3x8RQJ7">https://bit.ly/3x8RQJ7</a> <br /><strong><span>Event date:</span></strong> 6/9/21</span></p>
<p style="font-weight: 400;"><strong>From:</strong><span> </span>Stephen Longshaw, UKRI-STFC, 26/7/21<br /><span style="text-decoration: underline;"><strong>Subject (1)</strong>:</span><strong><span> </span></strong>The latest SPH SIG virtual seminar was held on the 21<sup>st</sup><span> </span>of July and saw 5 great talks from UK and international SPH researchers. The talks from this, and previous SPH SIG seminars, are all available on our<span> </span><a href="https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCE9-2jeqLv_g02zicTaogmQ">YouTube channel</a><span> </span>and an overview can be seen on the SIG's UKFN<span> </span><a href="https://fluids.ac.uk/sig/SPH">website</a>.<br /><span style="text-decoration: underline;"><strong>Subject (2)</strong>:</span><strong><span> </span></strong>The SPH SIG is starting a new type of event, the so-called<span> </span><em>deep-dive</em><span> </span>lectures will see SPH researchers from around the UK and internationally talking in-depth about their work involving SPH. There are currently three of these lined up, the first on the 25<sup>th</sup><span> </span>of August 2021 by Dr Matthieu Schaller of Leiden University (<a href="https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/ukfn-sph-sig-deep-dive-talk-1-tickets-164821785397">registration</a>); the second by Dr Jack King of the University of Manchester (<a href="https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/ukfn-sph-sig-deep-dive-talk-2-tickets-164823837535">registration</a>) and the third by Dr Sivakumar Kulasegaram of Cardiff University (<a href="https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/ukfn-sph-sig-deep-dive-talk-3-tickets-164824036129">registration</a>). Details of each can be found on the respective registration pages and the main UKFN SIG<span> </span><a href="https://fluids.ac.uk/sig/SPH">website</a>.</p>
<p style="text-align: justify;"><strong>JOBS:</strong></p>
<p style="font-weight: 400;"><strong>From: </strong>Chris Pain, Imperial College London, 3/8/21<br /><strong>Subject:</strong> Research Assistant/Research Associate – Applied Modelling and Computation Group<br /><strong>Topic: </strong>This post will contribute to various projects which are concerned with air quality, such as ‘Health assessment across biological length scales for personal pollution exposure and its mitigation’ (<a href="https://www.imperial.ac.uk/earth-science/research/inhale/">INHALE</a>), and airborne virus transmission projects. The candidate will use the latest developments in Artificial Intelligence and Computational Fluid Dynamics to model urban air flows using fluid dynamics.<br /><strong>Details: </strong><a href="https://bit.ly/3jpMHHO">https://bit.ly/3jpMHHO</a><strong> </strong>and please contact <a href="mailto:c.pain@imperial.ac.uk">c.pain@imperial.ac.uk</a><span> </span>for informal enquiries.<br /><strong>Closing date:</strong> 13/8/21</p>
<p style="font-weight: 400;"><strong>From: </strong>Glen McHale, University of Edinburgh, 31/7/21<br /><strong>Subject: </strong>3-year postdoc position in the Institute for Multiscale Thermofluids, funded by EPSRC <br /><strong>Topic: </strong>Liquid-like coatings, Wetting, Microfluidics - Experiment and Simulation<br /><strong>Details:<span> </span></strong><a href="https://bit.ly/2TRHiR6">https://bit.ly/2TRHiR6</a><br /><strong>Closing date: </strong>30/8/21</p>
<p style="text-align: justify;"><strong>From: </strong><span>Alistair Revell, University of Manchester, 29/7/21</span><br /><strong>Subject:</strong><span> British Heart Foundation Accelerator Fellowship (2 positions)</span><br /><strong>Topic: </strong><span>We seek applicants for two 24-month BHF Accelerator Fellowships, </span><span style="font-family: Verdana, Geneva, sans-serif; font-size: small;">to deliver transformative research in priority areas including cardiac physiology, heart failure and hypertension. Applicants with engineering/maths background and strong interdisciplinary research track record are encouraged to apply.<br /></span><strong>Details:</strong><strong> </strong><span style="color: #0068da; font-family: Verdana, Geneva, sans-serif; font-size: small;"><u><a href="https://bit.ly/374xshU">https://bit.ly/374xshU</a></u></span> and please contact <a href="mailto:alistair.revell@manchester.ac.uk">alistair.revell@manchester.ac.uk</a> for informal enquiries.<br /><strong>Closing date:</strong><span> 13/8/21</span></p>
<p style="text-align: justify;"><strong><span>From: </span></strong>Ignazio Maria Viola, University of Edinburgh, 28/7/21<strong><br /><strong><span>Subject:</span></strong></strong><span class="apple-converted-space"> </span>Research Associates in the Fluid Mechanics of Morphing Blades<br /><strong><span>Topic:</span></strong><span class="apple-converted-space"> Experimental<span> </span></span>Fluid Dynamics<br /><strong><span>Detail:</span></strong><span class="apple-converted-space"> <a href="https://bit.ly/3xei11l">https://bit.ly/3xei11l</a> </span><br /><strong><span>Closing date:</span></strong><span class="apple-converted-space"> </span>9/8/21 (17:00 UTC+1)</p>
<p><strong>From: </strong>Nilanjan Chakraborty<span>, Newcastle University, 26/7/21</span><br /><strong>Subject:</strong><span><span> Research Assistant/Associate</span></span><br /><strong>Topic:</strong><span><span> Modelling Multiphase Jet Flows</span></span><br /><strong>Details: </strong><a href="https://bit.ly/2VhmeE0">https://bit.ly/2VhmeE0</a><strong> </strong><br /><strong>Closing date:</strong><span> 1/9/21</span></p>
<p><strong>From: </strong><span>Andrew Hogg, University of Bristol, 23/7/21</span><br /><strong>Subject:</strong><span><span> </span>Lectureship in Applied Mathematics</span><br /><strong>Topic:</strong><span><span> </span>We are seeking to appoint an outstanding applied mathematician, in the broadest sense, that will support or complement the research activities of the Institute for Applied Mathematics in the School of Mathematics at the University of Bristol. Currently, the Institute has research activity in complex materials, dynamical systems, fluid dynamics, soft matter, and theoretical biophysics. A characteristic of the Institute is its outward looking approach to research, indicated by the fact that all of these areas benefit from collaboration outside the Institute, both within the School of Mathematics, and University wide.</span><br /><strong>Details: </strong><a href="https://bit.ly/3rJnkEF">https://bit.ly/3rJnkEF</a><strong> </strong><span> </span><br /><strong>Closing date:</strong><span> 1/9/21</span></p>
<p><strong>From: </strong><span>Alistair Revell, University of Manchester, 22/7/21</span><br /><strong>Subject:</strong><span> Lecturer in Engineering Simulation & Data Science </span><br /><strong>Topic:<span> </span></strong><span>We seek applications for a permanent position at the interface of computational engineering and data science, with particular focus on physics-informed machine learning and data science techniques for engineering simulation. Applications from candidates able to demonstrate relevance of their research to The University's themes of 'Clean Growth' and 'Digital Engineering & Manufacturing' are particularly welcomed.</span><br /><strong>Details: </strong><a href="https://bit.ly/3y0YYbK">https://bit.ly/3y0YYbK</a><span> </span><br /><strong>Closing date:</strong><span> 24/8/21</span></p>
<p style="text-align: justify;"><strong><span>From:</span></strong> David Roberts, Aircraft Research Association, 21/7/21<br /><strong><span>Subject:</span></strong> Graduate and Senior Aerodynamics Engineer positions<br /><strong><span>Topic:</span></strong> Working within the Aerodynamics team at ARA, the successful candidate will be expected to lead and support a wide variety of commercial and research projects from inception to completion. This position will be focused on supporting our experimental testing and any experience of commercial wind tunnel applications and advanced measurement techniques would be highly regarded.<br /><strong><span>Details:</span></strong> <a href="https://bit.ly/36QwkhR">https://bit.ly/36QwkhR</a> <a href="https://www.findaphd.com/phds/project/hydrodynamic-performance-of-billfish-skin-surface-roughness-towards-drag-reducing-engineering-surfaces/?p126716"><span><br /></span></a><strong><span>Closing date:</span></strong> 1/10/21</p>
<p><strong>From:<span> </span></strong>Claire Savy, University of Leeds, 19/7/21<strong><br />Subject:</strong> Research Fellow<br /><strong>Topic:</strong> Climate modelling<br /><strong>Detail:</strong> <a href="https://bit.ly/3wSjWZ2">https://bit.ly/3wSjWZ2</a><br /><strong>Closing date:</strong> 6/9/21</p>
<p><strong>From:<span> </span></strong>Claire Savy, University of Leeds, 19/7/21<strong><br />Subject:</strong> Research Fellow<br /><strong>Topic:</strong> Fluid Dynamics<br /><strong>Detail:</strong> <a href="https://bit.ly/3wZ2aDK">https://bit.ly/3wZ2aDK</a><br /><strong>Closing date:</strong> 15/8/21</p>
<p style="text-align: justify;"><strong>From:</strong><strong><span><span> </span></span></strong><span>Julien Landel</span><span>,</span><span> </span><span>University of Manchester</span><span>, 19/7/21</span><br /><strong>Subject: </strong><span>Fully-funded PhD for Home & EU applicants (international applicants need to cover the rest)</span><br /><strong>Topic:</strong><span> </span><span>We are accepting applications for a 3.5-year PhD position in Fluid Mechanics at the University of Manchester. The project is on "Optimal mixing for confined heterogeneous reaction in NMR spectroscopy". The student will be jointly supervised by Dr Julien Landel (Mathematics) and Dr Jordi Bures (Chemistry). Interested students are encouraged to contact<span> </span></span><a class="moz-txt-link-abbreviated" href="mailto:julien.landel@manchester.ac.uk">julien.landel@manchester.ac.uk</a><span><span> </span>for informal questions.</span><br /><strong>Details:</strong><strong><a id="LPlnk567556" href="https://bit.ly/35Gya44"><span> </span></a></strong><a id="LPlnk567556" href="https://bit.ly/35Gya44">https://bit.ly/3xrhmJY</a><strong><a id="LPlnk567556" href="https://bit.ly/35Gya44"><br /></a></strong><strong>Closing date:</strong><strong><span><span> </span></span></strong><span>15/9/21</span></p>
<div><strong><span>From:</span></strong> Vladimir Nikora, University of Aberdeen, 17/7/21<br /><strong>Subject:</strong> Fully-funded PhD studentship (UK Residents)<br /><strong>Topic: </strong>Effect of secondary currents and very large scale motions on mixing in open-channel flows<br /><strong>Details:</strong> <a href="https://bit.ly/3wV3ozx">https://bit.ly/3wV3ozx</a> <a href="https://www.findaphd.com/phds/project/hydrodynamic-performance-of-billfish-skin-surface-roughness-towards-drag-reducing-engineering-surfaces/?p126716"><br /></a><strong>Closing date:</strong> open-until-filled (preferably before 30/11/21)</div>
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<div><strong><span>From:</span></strong><span> Vladimir Nikora, University of Aberdeen, 17/7/21<br /><strong>Subject:</strong> Fully-funded PhD studentship (UK Residents)<br /><strong>Topic: </strong>Effect of secondary currents and very large scale motions on water surface dynamics in open-channel flows</span></div>
<div><strong><span>Details:</span></strong> <a href="https://bit.ly/3iAAJe5">https://bit.ly/3iAAJe5</a> <a href="https://www.findaphd.com/phds/project/hydrodynamic-performance-of-billfish-skin-surface-roughness-towards-drag-reducing-engineering-surfaces/?p126716"><br /></a><strong>Closing date:</strong> open-until-filled (preferably before 30/11/21)</div>
<p style="text-align: justify;"><strong>From:</strong> Mark Stewart, University of Aberdeen, 14/7/21<br /><strong>Subject:</strong> Fully-funded PhD studentship (UK Residents)<br /><strong>Topic:<span> </span></strong>Hydrodynamic Performance of Billfish Skin Surface Roughness: Towards Drag-Reducing Engineering Surfaces<br /><strong>Details:</strong> <a href="https://bit.ly/3hOQq2l">https://bit.ly/3hOQq2l</a> <a href="https://www.findaphd.com/phds/project/hydrodynamic-performance-of-billfish-skin-surface-roughness-towards-drag-reducing-engineering-surfaces/?p126716"><br /></a><strong>Closing date:</strong> open-until-filled</p>
<p style="text-align: justify;"><strong><span>From: </span></strong><span>Andy Woods, University of Cambridge</span>, 13/7/21<br /><strong><span>Subject:</span></strong><span> <span>iCASE PhD Opportunity</span></span><br /><strong><span>Topic:</span></strong><span><span> <span>Modelling Flow processes in Carbon Sequestration<span> </span></span></span></span><strong><span><br /></span></strong><strong><span>Details: </span></strong>This project will involve the development of models of the flow of carbon dioxide through a saline aquifer as part of the process of carbon capture and storage to decarbonise large industrial emissions of CO2.  The modelling is directed towards developing approaches to maximise the pore space accessed by the CO2, so as to improve the efficiency of the trapping of CO2 in the formation. The project will involve working with experts in industry involved in developing CCS projects in the North Sea.<br /><strong><span>Closing date: </span></strong>Contact <a href="mailto:andy@bpi.cam.ac.uk">andy@bpi.cam.ac.uk</a> in the first instance</p>
<p style="text-align: justify;"><span><strong>From: </strong><span>Andy Woods, University of Cambridge</span><span>, 13/7/21</span><br /><strong><span>Subject:</span></strong><span> <span>PhD Opportunity </span></span><br /><strong><span>Topic:</span></strong><span><span> <span>Modelling the Decarbonisation of St Johns College</span></span></span><strong><span><br /></span></strong><strong><span>Details:</span></strong><span> <span>This fully funded project will involve the development of models and a roadmap for the decarbonisation of St Johns College through the combination of various low energy systems to provide heating, including ground source heat pumps, hybrid heating and distributed heating systems, as well as the possible use of heat storage systems. The successful student will be directly involved in informing future plans for the college.<span> </span></span></span><br /><strong><span>Closing date:</span></strong> Students with a 1st in Maths, Physics or Engineering disciplines should contact <a href="mailto:andy@bpi.cam.ac.uk">andy@bpi.cam.ac.uk</a></span></p>
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<p><strong><span>From: </span></strong><span>Simone Hochgreb, University of Cambridge, 5/7/21</span><br /><strong>Subject: </strong><span><span> </span>Postdoctoral position in Rouen, France/Cambridge, UK</span><br /><strong>Topic:</strong><span><span> </span>Simulation of droplet combustion in laminar and turbulent flows</span><br /><strong>Details:</strong><span><span> </span></span><a href="https://bit.ly/postdoc-sh-dolfin">https://bit.ly/postdoc-sh-dolfin</a><span> </span><strong><br />Closing date: </strong><span>31/8/21</span></p>
<p style="font-weight: 400;"><strong>From:<span> </span></strong><span>Dr</span><strong> </strong><span>Marco Placidi, University of Surrey, 22/6/21<br /></span><strong>S</strong><strong>ubject:</strong> SCENARIO/NERC <span>Ph.D. position in Aerodynamics and Environme</span><span>ntal Flow<br /></span><strong>Topic:</strong><span> </span><span>'The effect of multi-scale roughness on the structure of atmospheric turbulence'<br /></span><span><strong>Details:</strong> </span><span style="color: #419cff;"><span><u></u></span></span><span>Please contact </span><span>Dr Marco Placidi (<a href="mailto:m.placidi@surrey.ac">m.placidi@surrey.ac</a>.uk)<br /></span><strong>Closing date:</strong> Open until filled</p>
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<p style="font-weight: 400;"><strong>From:</strong><strong><span> </span></strong>Debasish Das,<span> </span><span>University of Strathclyde</span>, 21/6/21<br /><strong>Subject: </strong>Fully-funded PhD<span></span><span></span><br /><strong>Topic:</strong><span> </span>We are accepting applications for a 3-year position for a PhD studentship in Mathematics at University of Strathclyde. The project topic is "Electrohydrodynamics of Droplet Pairs". The student will be jointly supervised by Dr Debasish Das and Prof. Stephen Wilson. Interested students are encouraged to contact debasish.das@strath.ac.uk for informal questions.<br /><strong>Details:</strong><span> </span><a id="LPlnk567556" href="https://bit.ly/35Gya44">https://bit.ly/35Gya44</a><strong><a id="LPlnk567556" href="https://bit.ly/35Gya44"><br /></a></strong><strong>Closing date:</strong><strong><span> </span></strong>Open until filled</p>
<p style="font-weight: 400;"><span></span><span><strong>From: </strong>Sean Symon, University of Southampton, 14/6/21<br /><strong>Subject: </strong>Fully-funded PhD studentship<br /><strong>Topic: </strong>Data-driven simulations for predicting and controlling separated flows<br /><strong>Details: </strong><a href="https://bit.ly/2TMVb2s">https://bit.ly/2TMVb2s</a> </span><span><span><strong><br />Closing date: </strong>Open until filled</span></span></p>
<p style="font-weight: 400;"><strong>From:</strong><span><span> <span>Zhong-Nan</span></span>, University of Birmingham, 8/6/21</span><br /><strong>Subject:</strong><span><span> </span>PhD Studentship</span><br /><strong>Topic:</strong><span><span> <span><span>T</span>urbulence-generated noise</span></span></span><br /><strong>Details:</strong><span> <a href="https://bit.ly/3gGCHZF">https://bit.ly/3gGCHZF</a></span><a href="https://www.brunel.ac.uk/research/Research-degrees/PhD-Studentships/studentship?id=467d671d-dc3b-44c0-b81f-0f09010776e8"><br /></a><strong>Closing date:</strong><span><span> Open until filled</span></span></p>
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<p style="font-weight: 400;"><strong>From:</strong> Julien Reboud, University of Glasgow, 23/4/21<br /><strong>Subject:</strong> Microfluidic Engineer position at start-up company EpiLAB in France<br /><strong>Topic:</strong> Integrating microfluidics into portable diagnostic kit for tuberculosis<br /><strong>Details:</strong> <a href="https://bit.ly/epilab-job-tb-kit">https://bit.ly/epilab-job-tb-kit</a> <br /><strong>Closing date:</strong> Send CV and short letter to Clément Dubois (<a href="mailto:c.dubois@epilab.io%C2%A0">c.dubois@epilab.io</a>) as soon as possible</p>
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