|Location||Curtin University of Technology, West Australian School of Mines: Minerals, Energy, and Chemical Engineering|
|App. deadline||Applications accepted year round/until filled|
|Eligibility||Open to international applicants|
PhD positions in natural gas processing
Multiple PhD positions (upto 3) are available in the West Australian School of Mines: Minerals, Energy, and Chemical Engineering at Curtin University (Australia).
The project is aimed at gaining better process knowledge of various processes involved in natural gas processing in order to develop next generation LNG processing.
The PhD positions will be part of a multi-disciplinary research project involving computational fluid dynamics, heat transfer, process simulation and control, additive manufacturing (3D Printing), big data and deep learning, and experimental characterization of multiphase flows. The PhD students will have an opportunity to work with a large group of researchers, and industry.
The PhD candidate should have a strong background in chemical engineering, fluid flow, mathematics, and computer programming. A masters degree (or honours) in Chemical, or Mechanical Engineering is preferred. The candidate should have strong interest in computational modelling, data analytics, and rapid prototyping. Knowledge of statistical tools, experimental techniques etc. would be advantageous. The candidate should have good communication skills in English and should be reliable, responsible, and independent.
Pl. send your application by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Pl. include a cover letter, a detailed CV, a list of publications, and a summary of past research activities. Applications may be processed as soon as they are received.
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