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Job: PhD Position at U of Missouri
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 01, 2001 4:41 pm    
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#19 Job: PhD Position at U of Missouri

An exiting opportunity exists for a PhD student to work in the field of
wavelet applications to the solution of geophysical fluid dynamics
problems. The student involved in the project will further develop a
dynamically adaptive second-generation wavelet collocation method,
implement it on massively parallel computers, and apply it to the
solution of challenging problems of geophysical relevance. The details
about second generation wavelet collocation method and other relevant
information can be found at

The candidate should preferably have a masters degree (or equivalent)
in mathematics, computer science, physics, geophysics, or an engineering
discipline and have a strong interest in computational techniques. The
strong mathematical foundation, the knowledge of fluid mechanics and
programming experience in C or Fortran is in advantage.

Starting annual stipend will range from $12,000 to $16,000 depending on
qualifications. The assistantship includes a tuition waiver. Interested
students are urged to mail their resumes to

Prof. Oleg V. Vasilyev
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
University of Missouri-Columbia
E3415 Engineering Building East
Columbia, MO 65211

or send e-mail to

Please make sure to include your GPA, a list of attended courses,
degrees obtained, and contact information on 3 references.
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