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Postdoc: « Stability of foam films – flow and instability », InPhyNi, Nice


L’Institut de Physique de Nice offre un contrat postdoctoral de 24 mois dans le domaine de la mécanique des fluides et des phénomènes interfaciaux. Il s’agit de développer une étude expérimentale pour comprendre les écoulements au sein des films de savon.

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Merci de bien vouloir transmettre cette annonce aux jeunes docteur.e.s ou à tout autre personne potentiellement intéressée de votre entourage.


Christophe Raufaste


Postdoc: « Foams on the ISS », INSP Paris


postdoc experimental soft matter systems (U.Barcelona)


Postdoc: Water and aqueous salt solutions under extreme conditions: viscosity and vibrational spectroscopy (U. Lyon)

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2-year Post-doc at LadHyX, Ecole Polytechnique on Numerical modelling of particle suspensions


3 years postdoc experimental fluid mechanics copepod (Irphe, Marseille)

Dear colleagues,
I am currently looking for a postdoc to work on the ERC-funded project C0PEP0D. This is an exciting project at the crossroad of Biology, Fluid Mechanics and Artificial Intelligence.  This postdoc would work mainly on the experimental part, which involves tracking copepods in different model flows and understand how they react.
Potential candidates should contact me by email. For further details and information on how to apply, see
I would be very grateful if you could forward this announcement to any potential candidate.

Thanks a lot,



1-year Postdoc LMS, Ecole Polytechnique on modeling of nonlinear particle-reinforced polymers

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Postdoc « Multiscale modeling of lithium-ion batteries », Total/IMFT/CIRIMAT, Saclay


postdoc biological multiphase flow (Auburn University, USA)


postdoc fluid/solid waste reduction (U. Limerick, Ireland)

Dear colleagues,

I have a postdoc opening in the MACSI research group<> at the University of Limerick, Ireland.  The project is mathematical modelling for fluid/solid mechanics, focusing on applications where we can reduce waste and/or improve sustainability – possible topics include glass/metal manufacture, battery technology and solar cell design.

I would appreciate if you could share the advert with your research groups and anyone in your networks who may be interested.  The full job ad and application form are at Research + mathematics), informal enquiries to

Many thanks,

​Doireann O’Kiely
Department of Maths & Stats
University of Limerick<>
​Pronouns: she, her, hers