The ALCF is seeking postdoctoral researchers to assist Early Science Program teams in their preparations to run the first science calculations on the facility’s next-generation supercomputer, Aurora. Over the next couple of years, these project teams from diverse scientific areas will be preparing their applications for the architecture and scale of Aurora, a 200-petaflops system based on third-generation Intel® Xeon Phi™ processors. For more details, visit: https://www.alcf.anl.gov/about/careers#AuroraESP.
The ALCF has several exciting postdoctoral research opportunities available, including positions in computer science, machine learning, physics, and chemistry. See the complete listing here: https://www.alcf.anl.gov/about/careers#postdocs
NERSC is looking for postdocs for its NESAP for data program. Two of the projects selected are to work on porting codes for ATLAS and CMS to KNL.
Berkeley Lab’s Accelerator Technology & Applied Physics Division has multiple openings for Physicist Postdoctoral Fellows to work at the Center for Beam Physics (CBP) and the Berkeley Lab Laser Accelerator (BELLA) Center to develop and apply advanced computational methods and tools for plasma accelerators.
In collaboration with the Computational Research Division at LBNL, the National Energy Research Supercomputing Center, SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, our team will lead the development of a new simulation tool that will harness the power of future exascale supercomputers for the exploration of outstanding questions in the physics of acceleration and transport of particle beams in chains of plasma channels. The new code will combine two major software components: the Particle-In-Cell framework Warp and the Adaptive Mesh Refinement BoxLib, and is one of the 15 research applications that are being funded by the Department of Energy’s Exascale Computing Project.
The National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center (NERSC) is inviting applications for the position for a Postdoctoral Fellow to conduct applied research and development in the area of high-performance scientific computing (HPC) for experimental High-Energy Physics (HEP). The position is part of a larger effort to enable pathbreaking data-intensive science with NERSC’s next generation manycore supercomputer, the Cray KNL-based “Cori” system and also part of a cross-lab HEP center of computing excellence http://www.hepcce.org/.
Have you ever wanted to be on the cutting edge of high-performance computing at NERSC? We currently have about a dozen positions advertised, including HPC storage systems engineer, HPC systems engineer, and HPC architecture and performance engineer positions.