Applicants should already have or be expecting to obtain a first class or upper second class degree in one of the above mentioned disciplines. Candidates trained to masters level are preferred, but exceptional candidates trained to bachelors level can also be considered. Applicants are expected to demonstrate strong mathematical and problem-solving skills, as well as experience and/or interest in fluid mechanics, numerical computation and computer programming.
Applications will be considered up to 15 January 2019. Those received before 30 April 2018 will be given priority. The proposed start date for the project is 01 February 2019.