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CFD Summer Internship in Hypersonics Update – Applications are no longer being accepted for this internship position. Please watch for other upcoming opportunities. VirtusAero is offering a paid summer internship position in the field of Computational Fluid Dynamics of hypersonic flows.  Intern will help to test and improve an existing computational tool for input/output analysis of hypersonic boundary layers under the direction...

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STABL2D 3.0.3 Released


Posted By on Feb 23, 2021

STABL2D version 3.0.3 has been released and is now available. This is a bugfix release which includes a number of improvements and fixes. In addition to the LST and PSE analysis that are core to STABL, it also includes a number of useful analysis modules that are not yet available in STABL3D.

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Aerospace Engineer / Software Developer VirtusAero is looking for a skilled and motivated engineer with a strong background in computer programming to join our team. We are a small and growing company with space for new employees to find their niche. Ideal applicant has a Bachelor’s degree or higher, background and interest in fluid dynamics and computational fluid dynamics, with an interest or focus on hypersonics. Linux...

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Virtual Online US3D Training


Posted By on Aug 24, 2020

From August 17 to August 20, 2020, we completed our second virtual US3D training session. Training was broken into four half-day afternoon sessions and was conducted over Zoom. We are currently collecting contact information from people interested in attending the next training session. If you are interested, please use the Contact Us link to let us know.

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Virtual Online US3D Training


Posted By on Jun 30, 2020

With travel restrictions affecting almost everybody, VirtusAero has begin to offer virtual online US3D training.  Simultaneously, we have been working to improve our training facility for the time when in-person training becomes available again.  Please contact us if you are interested in attending one of the upcoming US3D training sessions.

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