PhD in Aerospace Engineering University of Tennessee - Space Institute
C-PARC’s goals are to advance sciences at the crossroads of combustion and propulsion, educate and train the next generation of aeronautical engineers and scientists and enable future clean propulsion technologies. The group will address the key needs of testing, measurements, computational work for improving, describing, and, understanding flame stabilization, emissions, and avoiding combustion instabilities. The C-PARC at UTSI is now part of the Global Coalition for Sustainable Aviation led by ICAO.
C-PARC needs Post-Doctoral Research Associate, Ph.D. and MS seeking Graduate Research Assistants focusing on experimental and numerical hydrogen combustion, optical diagnostic measurements, post-processing, and analyses. These are funded opportunities that include tuition, plus a stipend for living expenses.
Majors: MS in Computer Science, Applied Mathematics, Physics, and Aerospace or Mechanical Engineering.
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