The Revolutionary Aerodynamics Innovation and Research (volAIR) group at the University of Tennessee is seeking a qualified and highly motivated individual with experience in aerodynamics, fluid dynamics, and/or computational methods for a one-year position. The selected candidate will be expected to participate in high-profile, highly collaborative, multidisciplinary projects for both commercial fixed-wing aircraft and hypersonic vehicles. Efforts will include computational fluid dynamics analyses using NASA and DoD tools as well as methods developments for new analysis capabilities.
The primary responsibilities of the position include, but are not limited to:
-Conduct independent and collaborative research and capability development in support of funded projects
-Assist in the technical management of the research activities, including reporting and other appropriate dissemination of the research products
-Develop proposals for research funding, equipment acquisition, and other purposes
Mentor graduate students working on these and similar projects
Internal Number: 166807
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