Mathematical modelling for two-phase and unsaturated flow through geological porous media based on visualization experiments
The research activities within the Computational mathematics group at Hasselt University have a focus on the mathematical modelling, analysis, upscaling and the numerical simulation of processes encountered in the real life. The present work is on mathematical modelling and upscaling of multi-scale processes like flow and chemical reactions taking place in porous media and will be carried out within the VisioFlow project (FWO). The research will be carried out in collaboration with the group of Prof. Veerle Cnudde (PProGRess-UGCT, Ghent University) and with international research partners in Great Britain, the Netherlands, Germany, and Norway.
We seek a PhD student working on the mathematical modelling and the upscaling of processes like multi-phase flow and reactive transport in porous media. The modelling is based on advanced visualization experiments carried out in the group of Prof. Cnudde (UGent)
You obtained a MSc in mathematics; MSc students close to graduation are welcome to apply (or equivalent)
You are interested in doing research in applied mathematics, in particular the mathematical modelling and numerical simulations of processes involving multiple scales.
You are willing to work as member of an interdisciplinary research team.
You are cooperative and can work well in teams.
You have good knowledge of English.
You have good relational, communicative and reporting skills.
You have problem solving capacity.
Offer: You will be appointed and paid as PhD student
Employment: 2x2 years after positive evaluation
Selection procedure: Preselection based on CV. Interview with the selected candidates.
Application: You can only apply online up to and including 15 February 2018.
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