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Fluid Mechanics (FM)

Diploma : Master in « Mechanics » University Paris-Saclay
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Goals
The main goal is to train students to the most advanced research topics in the field of complex fluids, turbulence, aerodynamics and control of flows, magnetohydrodynamics, to supply research laboratories on the Saclay plateau and beyond. The strengths of this purpose are the coupling between mechanics and physics, and the balance between experimental, numerical and theoretical approaches.The high-level courses provided during this program and intensive internships in research are an excellent preparation for starting a career in basic and applied research in academicals or industrial environment.

Job openings

PhD in Fluid Mechanics in an academic research laboratory in France or abroad, or in industry, in the field of aerospace, transport or energy.

Prerequisite: direct admission to M2 is open to high level Graduate students (M1 or equivalent) or equivalent in Mechanics or Physics (60 ECTS). Knowledge of basic concepts of fluid mechanics is required to fully benefit from the program.
Language: English
Location: Palaiseau; Paris
Validation rules: The Master Diploma is delivered upon validation of 60 ECTS

 

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Application timeline

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Admissions may be accorded for late applications received after the deadline of the 2nd session. In every case, you will receive an answer by the middle of July, at the latest.

 

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Scholarships program : 
Paris-Saclay
Scholarships for international Master students arriving in France (10k€) more details

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