Audience: 
Graduate Students
Saturday, November 19, 2016
Location: 
San Francisco, CA
Opportunity Text: 

We are looking for a postdoctoral researcher with expertise in numerical analysis who can contribute as a member of a dynamic, multidisciplinary team of computer scientists and applied mathematicians developing innovative techniques that address the data motion problem on next-generation high-performance architectures by dynamically adapting the size of the data representation. Essential qualifications are a strong background in numerical analysis, including analysis of solvers for linear and nonlinear systems of algebraic equations and discretization techniques for systems of partial differential equations; demonstrated ability to develop and to perform theoretical analysis of new numerical algorithms and to perform independent research; experience in applying numerical methods within a scientific application; experience programming in FORTRAN and/or C/C++ in a Linux environment and developing algorithms for parallel computer architectures; and effective verbal and written communication skills necessary to interact with a multi-disciplinary research team, to author technical and scientific reports and papers, and to deliver scientific presentations. Experience with analysis of algorithms in the context finite-precision arithmetic is preferred. This position is in the Computation Directorate within the Center for Applied Scientific Computing (CASC) Division. For more information and to apply, interested candidates are directed to the link provided.