Postdoctoral Researcher Associate will design, organize and conduct highly specialized and advanced simulations in the fields of coronary artery hemodynamics; summarize findings and publish results in research journals; assume general responsibility for scientific operations of the laboratory; provide supervision and guidance to junior technicians, students, and researchers. Duties: Design and implement coronary artery related CFD simulation (e.g. balloon, stenting, rotablation...), which is based on FEA simulation and in-vitro/in-vivo experiments. Collect, prepare and analyze research data; keep a detailed notebook summarizing experiments and recording research data; maintain computer database of research data; tabulate and display data for presentation in research conferences and for manuscript preparation; use graphics and statistical software to analyze and present data. Supervise other personnel in the laboratory to coordinate research efforts for increased efficiency; participate in training of fellows, residents, students and volunteer workers as needed. Search pertinent scientific literature as needed. Assist with ordering and procurement of supplies and equipment and with general maintenance of laboratory.
Skilled in Ansys Fluent, with many experiences in hemodynamics; Skilled in C for Fluent UDF; Good experience in ICEM meshing; With knowledge of at least one of the following FEA codes: Abaqus, Ansys APDL, Ls-Dyna, Adina; Good knowledge of Matlab
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