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Rodolfo Cuerno <[log in para visualizar]>
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Fri, 30 Apr 2021 16:53:34 +0200
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Dear Colleagues,

I hope that you are all safe and well.

I have vacancy for a three-year postdoc position on free surface flows 
to work with myself, Anne Juel and Alice Thompson on the theoretical / 
computational side of our project on the nonlinear dynamics of bubble 
flows in confined geometries. Details below.

The closing date is next Friday (7th May). Start date is over the 
Summer, travel restrictions permitting. Please pass on to any suitable 

Thanks and Best Wishes,



A three-year Research Associate in Fluid Mechanics position is available 
at the University of Manchester. The successful applicant will work with 
Professor Andrew Hazel and an interdisciplinary team within the 
Manchester Centre for Nonlinear Dynamics to investigate free surface 
flows in confined geometries. The team have recently demonstrated that 
bubbles in geometrically perturbed, Hele-Shaw channels can exhibit very 
complex transient dynamics and there are multiple possible outcomes, see 
Galliard et al. (2021) DOI=10.1017/jfm.2020.844. The aim of the present 
project is to address a key outstanding question: does the system 
exhibit sustained disorder following a localised perturbation, or is a 
continuous level of background perturbation required to drive the 
complex dynamics? The position is primarily computational/theoretical 
and the problem is particularly amenable to analysis because it can be 
effectively described by two-dimensional theories due to its large 
aspect ratio. Moreover, the flow is at very low Reynolds number and so 
the only nonlinearities occur within interfacial boundary conditions.

Further details including how to apply can be found at

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Professor Andrew Hazel (he/him/his),
Head of Department,
Department of Mathematics,
Alan Turing Building,
University of Manchester,
Oxford Road,
Manchester M13 9PL

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