Openings

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.

Postdoctoral Scholar


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 (jwang33@nd.edu) for more information.
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)

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 (jwang33@nd.edu) 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 (jwang33@nd.edu) with your CV.

For International students looking for summer undergraduate research? Consider applying for the iSURE program at Notre Dame.