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The Mathematics and Computer Science (MCS) Division at Argonne National Laboratory invites applications for the position of Deputy Division Director for Applied Mathematics and Statistics. The position provides the opportunity to help MCS continue to grow, coordinate applied mathematics and numerical software research and development under the exascale computing project, and define the strategic vision for applied mathematics and statistics at Argonne and beyond. The ideal candidate will possess a Ph.D. in applied mathematics, statistics, or a related discipline; demonstrated management and leadership skills in a high-tech organization; broad knowledge and high scientific reputation in applied mathematics or statistics; and a demonstrated ability to discern and influence promising research directions from a national and DOE Office of Science perspective. Candidates with questions about the position are encouraged to contact the current DDD for Applied Mathematics and Statistics, Paul Hovland (firstname.lastname@example.org), or MCS Interim Division Director Robert Ross (email@example.com). Interested candidates should apply at http://bit.ly/2kOT4aF.
The Scalable Algorithms department at Sandia National Labs has openings for 1-2 postdocs in linear solvers and high-performance computing. The selected candidate(s) will conduct innovative research and code development in the following areas: high performance numerical linear algebra, asynchronous parallel iterative solvers, hierarchical matrix solvers, and sparse direct methods.
For more information and to apply, go to http://www.sandia.gov/careers/ps-forward.html and search for 654859 or “high-performance computing”.
The Scalable Solvers Group in the Computational Research Division at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory has an immediate opening for a postdoctoral fellow in large-scale traffic modeling. The candidate will participate in research projects to develop algorithms and software to predict near-future traffic flow from real-time measurements, and to help traffic management centers to improve performance of road networks and reduce congestion. The projects will focus on the problem of identifying trends in traffic patterns measured either on the freeway, on arterials, or both. Computational challenges include issues of model calibration, confidence, size and fidelity, real-time analysis, and model coupling. The research activities will include evaluation of existing algorithms using real data, development of new algorithms especially parallel algorithms for handing larger datasets, and integration of the new algorithms into various simulation models, at both research level and production level. Deliverables will include both software distributions as well as publications targeted at top-tier research conferences and journals.
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