The Environmental Hydrodynamics Laboratory at WSU Vancouver examines the physics governing natural water flows, mixing, and sediment transport. To study these topics we take a variety of approaches, ranging from extensive field measurements to computer simulations and original theoretical models. In the long run, an improved understanding of Environmental Hydrodynamics might help managers to plan for such problems as coastal pollution, flooding, and erosion, and might help engineers to design better coastal structures (such as jetties and breakwaters).
We have funding for new M.Sc. or Ph.D. students to join our lab in 2016. Students will be supported by the National Science Foundation-funded project: Internal waves, mixing, and processing of Nitrate pollution in lakes.
If interested, please send a short (1-2 page) CV to firstname.lastname@example.org, together with and email explaining likely timeline for completion of current degree, and preferred start date at Washington State University.