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Software Engineer - CFD Solver Development

Lebanon, New Hampshire
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Job Description

Division: Digital Industries
Business Unit: Software
Requisition Number: 241485
Primary Location: United States-New Hampshire-Lebanon
Assignment Category: Full-time regular
Experience Level: Entry level
Education Required Level: Bachelor's Degree
Travel Required: 5%

Job Description:

Position Overview

Siemens PLM is seeking software development professionals to contribute

to our Flow / Energy/ Species (FES) program. The primary focus of the

FES program, a unit within our Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD)

division, is the development of core CFD capabilities within Siemens

PLM's flagship multi-physics simulation product, STAR-CCM+.

The FES program is responsible for developing accurate, robust and

efficient finite-volume flow solvers for modeling of complex industrial

flows typical of such applications as turbomachinery, external

aerodynamics, and internal combustion engines.  As a member of the FES

program you will be expected to contribute to both development of new

features and maintenance of existing functionality. Your responsibility

will be to ensure a well-designed, high-quality, robust implementation;

efficient operation; and good scalability in our  highly-parallel,

client-server platform.

 

Responsibilities

As a member of the FES program, your specific responsibilities will

include:

• Ensuring high-quality and robust implementation of core CFD solver

components in STAR-CCM+

• Supporting maintenance of our existing capability (bug fixing, code

refactoring, etc.)

• Design and development of new features based on requests from both

product management and internal strategic initiatives

• Participating in regularly scheduled team meetings and contributing

ideas to drive innovation in our technology

• Supporting other developers through design discussion and code review

Required Knowledge/Skills, Education, and Experience

Candidates applying for this position are required to have the

following skills and experience:

• A Master’s or PhD degree in engineering or physical science

discipline

• 2 years’ experience in commercial CFD software development, or 5

years’ experience in non-commercial CFD software development

• Expertise in implementing numerical methods for solution of the

Navier-Stokes equations

• Expertise in numerical modeling of aerodynamic and hydrodynamic

applications

• Expertise in object-oriented C++ software development

• Expertise in high-fidelity and high-performance parallel CFD

algorithms

• Expertise in development of complex software applications using

modern design patterns and principles

Preferred Knowledge/Skills, Education, and Experience

In addition, preference will be given to candidates with the following

skills and experience:

• Expertise in areas of physical science: thermodynamics, heat

transfer, multiphase, or combustion

• Expertise in application of CFD methods: porous media,

turbomachinery, vehicle aerodynamics, internal combustion engines

• Expertise in Java programming

• Experience in multi-team, collaborative software development

including source control and collaborative design and code reviews

 

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