Position 2: Lecturer/Professor of Hydrology or Hydraulics
The key job responsibilities of the successful candidate include:
Research: Delivering high quality, internationally leading research in the field of rainfall-runoff modeling, hydraulics, fluid mechanics and/or computational fluid
dynamics (CFD) applied to urban water systems including pipe network and river system. Candidates with expertise and experience in related numerical modelling and/or experimental work with associated measurement methods will be considered. The potential research areas include but are not limited to: sediment accumulation / erosion and multi-phase flow in innovative urban drainage infrastructure; optimal heat and mass flow in joint urban conduits, pipeline condition assessment using hydraulic transients. Co-supervising PhD and MSc students and bringing them to a successful completion and disseminating research outcomes effectively via internationally leading journals and conferences is integral part of the job.
Education: Organizing, initiating and contributing to the development and delivery of undergraduate and postgraduate taught courses. Supervising BSc and MSc students, preparing and assessing student projects, assignments and exam papers and sharing the workload in the group.
Valorization: Initiating projects and obtaining funding for new research and/or education projects. We encourage proactive engagement with both government and private sectors, i.e. industry, business and community partners to deliver the impact.
Organization: Contributing to organizational / administrative activities and committees within the Delta Smart Water Institute and the College of Water Resources and Hydrology.