Center for Fluid Mechanics

Graduate and Postdoctoral Study

Learn about applying for the Ph.D. program and for post-doctoral positions in [email protected]


Prospective graduate Ph.D. students should submit applications to the Graduate School, choosing the department or school that best matches their goals and background. The selection process is very competitive. The choice of department will affect issues such as degree requirements and qualifying or preliminary examinations.

Brown does encourage cross-disciplinary research and students will often take courses outside their own department and may collaborate with a second advisor in another department.

Post-doctoral Study

For positions as post-doctoral associates, please contact individual faculty based on the relevant research area. More generally, post-doctoral opportunities exist at ICERM or through the Prager Assistant Professorships offered in the Division of Applied Mathematics.

Students interested in the Sc.M. programs should look at the web sites for the department or school that best matches their goals and background for further information.

Brown University's School of Engineering educates future leaders in the fundamentals of engineering in an environment of world-class research.
The Division of Applied Mathematics at Brown University focuses its research and teaching on a wide range of areas from applied and algorithmic problems to the study of fundamental mathematical questions.
Brown University's Department of Earth, Environmental and Planetary Sciences hosts research and teaching on many topics in geophysical fluid dynamics, including: oceanography, atmospheric sciences, climate modeling, hydrology, volcanism, geodynamics, multiphase and debris flows, and cryosphere and mantle dynamics.
The Institute for Computational and Experimental Research in Mathematics is a National Science Foundation funded mathematics research institute located at Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island.