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From:  Peter Lucas [SMTP:[log in para visualizar]]
Sent:  18 September 1997 09:26
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Subject:  PDRA position

                        UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER

                    Postdoctoral Research Assistant

   Visualisation of convective flow patterns in low temperature fluids

  This post is funded from a new EPSRC grant awarded to conduct
  research in convective flow pattern formation in liquid helium. This
  work capitalises on our recent success in pioneering the use of
  optical shadowgraphy in a low temperature environment to make such
  patterns visible. This technical advance permits quantum fluids to
  be used as pattern-forming systems with all their natural advantages
  of high resolution thermometry and low Prandtl number. Visualisation
  experiments in these fluids should provide new insight on the
  interplay between pattern symmetry and system nonlinearity: an area
  currently attracting world-wide attention.

  We are looking for an experimental condensed matter physicist with
  an interest in fluid mechanics; experience in low temperature
  physics and nonlinear dynamics would be an advantage.

  This is a three-year position available in October 1997 for an
  appointee starting at Point 6 on the Grade 1A salary scale (L16927).
  For applicants appointed higher on the scale the period would be
  shorter than three years.

  Informal enquiries to Dr. P.G.J.Lucas (tel. +44(0) 161 275 4073,
  fax +44(0) 161 275 4056, e-mail: [log in para visualizar], www pages
  at http://mphhpc.ph.man.ac.uk:4321/con_matter.html).

  Closing date: October 22 1997.






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Juan M. Lopez
Department of Mathematics
Imperial College
180 Queen's Gate, London SW7 2BZ,
United Kingdom

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