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CFD Simulation Engineer

Job description

As part of our engineering team, and in response to an increase in activity, the mission involves various CFD studies in progress. Working with the Branch Manager, you will be responsible for:
  • CFD modeling and simulation studies for research projects or specialized services, for building, industry, urban hydrology and data centers
  • The analysis of the need, the proposal of technical solutions in response to this need
  • Formalized reporting of the project's progress on technical, budgetary, planning and safety aspects
  • CFD modelling of problems, production of reports, summaries, oral presentations of work, for internal or external stakeholders
  • Animation of the company's communication
  • Developing your skills to achieve technical excellence
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  • Candidacy

    Send us a short cover letter with your current CV. We’d also like to see an example of your technical analysis work in graphical and technical brief form.

    What could your professional life be like?

    There is very little repetition at EOLIOS Ingénierie. We are specialists in many different fields. In the morning, this might involve building a dynamic model of a high-stakes data center, then after lunch, working on a model of an arena. The following week, the data center project may be suspended by the customer, and you start with a thermal storage or fire simulation model. Then, the following month, you are responsible for developing a simple CFD model to calculate pressure drops while working in parallel on new simulation methodologies.

    A key theme throughout all of these projects is our dedication to high quality documentation and popularization of complex physical phenomena.

    Meet EOLIOS at Data Centre World Paris 2023!

    Dater Center – Paris

    CFD simulation for glassworks

    Shaaran 1

    EOLIOS collaborates with Ateliers Jean Nouvel and Terrell for the SHAARAN project