Monthly Archives: April 2016

Three student research assistantship

Arctic Technology Research Group is announcing three student research assistantship positions (part time). The selected students will work on topics related to atmospheric icing and cold climate technology. The students with a background knowledge of at least two of following topics can send their CV’s for further evaluation.

1.    Engineering system design
2.    Computational fluid dynamics
3.    Aerodynamics & Wind Energy
4.    Engineering data analysis
5.    Computer aided design and structural analysis
6.    Electronics & automation
Both undergraduate/postgraduate students are welcome to send their CV’s. The selected students will be involved in the mainstream research activities of Arctic Technology Research Group. The CV’s can be sent to Professor Muhammad Virk (  The deadline for applications is 10th April 2016. Candidates may be asked for a short interview, if required.