PhD Studentship in Computational Modelling at Queen Mary, University of London

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PhD Studentship in Computational Modelling at Queen Mary, University of London
PhD Studentship: Shallow water modelling for environmental engineering problems
Queen Mary, University of London -School of Engineering and Materials Science

The project in question will be primarily devoted to computational modelling of tidal flows. The goal will be to develop a new unsteady high-resolution model for the prediction of flow unsteadiness typical of operational conditions of the tidal turbines, e.g., the variation of the effective angle of attack of a turbine blade due to the incoming free-stream turbulence. This model can then be used in the turbine blade design optimization studies. In addition, another use of the (multi-layer) shallow-water model developed can be to study oceanic flows such as double-gyre currents at eddy-resolving regimes. The prerequisites for the project will include previous background in mathematical/computational modelling.

Supervisors: Dr Sergey A. Karabasov

Research Area: Modelling and Simulation in Engineering Systems

Keywords: computational modelling, numerical methods, high-resolution numerical schemes, geophysical fluid dynamics, tidal energy

QMUL Research Studentship Details:

- Available to Home/EU/International Applicants
- Full Time research degree programme only
- Applicants will be required to start the degree programme in September/October 2012.
- The studentship arrangement will cover tuition fees and provide an annual stipend (£15,590 in 2011/12) for up to three years.
- The minimum requirement for this studentship opportunity is a good Honours degree (minimum 2(i) honours or equivalent) or MSc/MRes in a relevant discipline.
- Students must be able to demonstrate "a capability to undertake and benefit from research training through to completion, to the standard necessary to qualify for a PhD."
- Some compulsory teaching responsibilities will be required.
- International applicants should refer to the following website at
- If English is not your first language then you will require a valid English certificate equivalent to IELTS 6.5+ overall with a minimum score of 5.5 in all sections (Reading, Listening, Writing, Speaking).

Contact Details:

For informal enquiries about this position and project details, please contact Dr Sergey A. Karabasov


Application Method:

To apply for this studentship and for entry on to the Aerospace Engineering programme (Full Time, Semester 1 start) please follow the instructions detailed in section 3 of the following webpage:

During the online application process you will be asked to provide details of any funding you are applying for, please be sure to include a reference to '2012 SEMS RSS SAK 1' to associate your application with this studentship opportunity. For general admissions enquiries please email the School's Research Administrator, Mr Jonathon Hills on

Deadline for Applications: 31st August 2012
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