We seek highly motivated graduate students, postdoctoral researchers, and undergraduate students interested in the interface of machine learning and computational physics to join our group.
- I am happy to support AHA postdoctoral fellowship application (Deadline Jan 1)
Ph.D. Graduate Research Assistant (2~3 openings for Fall 2022 Applications)
Seeking highly motivated Ph.D. students to conduct research in the areas of computational fluid dynamics, physics-informed machine learning, data assimilation, model reduction, and hemodynamics modeling.
Excellent English communication and writing skills are required.
The appointment includes a stipend and full tuition.
Please send your CV to Prof. Jianxun Wang (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information.
Master Students in ME/AE
We have master program in AME. In principle, there is no financial support for master students. Please review application information here, and complete the online application and mention Prof. Wang as a prospective advisor in your application. (The application deadline for fall admission is Dec. 31th)
Visiting/Exchange Graduate Students (Ph.D. and Master Students )
We welcome visiting and exchange graduate students who are interested in the interfaces of machine learning and computational physics. If you are interested, please contact Dr. Wang (email@example.com) for more information.
Undergraduate Research Opportunity
Our group is seeking self-motivated undergraduate research assistants to conduct research in a wide range of fields, including computational fluid dynamics, machine learning, hemodynamic modeling.
For ND UG students: if you are interested in our research, you can consider taking Prof. Wang’s UG elective course AME50532 “Computational Fluid Dynamics” offered every Fall semester. Please contact Prof. Jianxun Wang (firstname.lastname@example.org) with your CV.
For International students looking for summer undergraduate research? Consider applying for the iSURE program at Notre Dame.