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Post-doc Position “DNS for Magnetic Flow Control” at SIMaP/EPM (France)

Dear Colleagues,

Please find attached  proposal for a Post-Doc position at SIMaP/EPM (France) which could be interesting for the HYDROMAG community. The scope is about MHD simulation by DNS and turbulent flow control.

Best regards,


Olivier DOCHE Maître de Conférence G-INP/PHELMA (PhD) -Laboratoire SIMaP/EPM // Assistant Professor at PHELMA GINP / GIT Grenoble Institute of Technology

Adresse : Phelma-Campus 1130 rue de la Piscine BP75 38402 Saint Martin d’Hères 

Tel : (+33)-04-76-82-52-63

Rio Tinto job position

from: Jacqueline Etay , SIMAP, France


“…Even the offer is written in French, position is open to all nationalities.

The contact point is Benoit Bardet : benoit.bardet(at)riotinto.com

Please see the advert here:  Ingenieur modelisation CFD


16-05-2017: International workshop on liquid metal battery fluid dynamics (LMBFD 2017)


(from  Tom Weier, HZDR, Germany)


Dear colleagues,

a two-day workshop dedicated to liquid metal batteries will be held in Dresden on May 16-17 2017. The focus of the workshop shall be on fluid dynamics, but talks on other aspects of liquid metal batteries are equally welcome and are in the scope of the workshop.

We are happy that Prof. Donald Sadoway agreed to give an introductory lecture on the subject.

The workshop will be held in the QF Hotel located in the historic city center of Dresden.

For further information please visit the web-site of the workshop


Important dates are:

  • 5 March 2017   deadline for abstract submission
  • 12 March 2017 notification of acceptance
  • 26 March 2017 last day for special rate hotel reservation, online registration closes


If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us via email to


or directly to one of us

  • t.weier(at)hzdr.de
  • norbert.weber(at)hzdr.de


We will be glad to assist you!

Please feel free to distribute this announcement to other colleagues that might be interested in the topic of the workshop.

Looking forward to welcoming you in Dresden!