ContinuumDynamics,Inc. (CDI) is in search of an engineering technical staff member to support on-going work in aircraft flight dynamics and simulation development. Ability and willingness to work in diverse technical areas also will be considered in evaluation of potential candidates. Located in Ewing, NJ, CDI specializes in engineering services and state-of-the-art technical solutions in the field of aircraft/rotorcraft aerodynamics,design, performance and flight mechanics modeling and simulation for government and industry.
Candidates should have a PhD or Master’s degree with commensurate level of work experience in aeronautical engineering or related field. Experience with rotorcraft systems and/or the ability to perform independent research is a plus. Computer skills must include C/C++ and/or MATLAB/Simulink®; knowledge of other programming and scripting languages (FORTRAN, Java, Python) is also desirable.
Additional Salary Information: Based on experience
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About Continuum Dynamics Inc.
Continuum Dynamics, Inc. (CDI) has been providing high-quality research and development, licensable computer software, and analysis services to government and industry since 1979. CDI supports a wide range of aerospace-related applications including: rotorcraft aerodynamics and dynamics; eVTOL aircraft design support; full aircraft interactional aerodynamics; advanced aerodynamic models for piloted flight simulations/trainers; noise prediction and reduction; brownout prediction and mitigation; vortex wake hazard prediction; stores separation modeling; and shipboard/vertiport flight dynamics and operations. CDI uses and markets three primary software suites for analyzing air vehicles: the CHARM family of fast vortex/fast panel analyses, including a real-time module for piloted flight simulations and trainers; the CGE general purpose Cartesian Grid URANS flow solver; and the VTM/VorTran-M family of grid-based CFD-based solvers. CDI also offers a wide variety of analysis and design services that employ tools such as FUN3D, OVERFLOW and ANSYS.