Research - Laboratory/Non-Laboratory, Staff/Administrative
Location: Hyde Park Campus
1) The Research Computing Center (RCC) is seeking a highly motivated Computational Scientist to work closely with faculty and researchers at The University of Chicago and to lead the Computational Scientist Team.
2) As part of the RCC senior leadership group, serve as a multi-disciplinary technical expert in supporting and advising faculty on using High Performance Computing (HPC) and related technologies for their research.
3) Assist with compiling, debugging, optimizing, profiling, and porting parallel codes on HPC and AI systems.
4) Assist with improvements of parallel scaling and load balancing of large-scale research codes; assist with maintaining parallel community codes.
5) Develop, install, and test scientific software in support of research goals.
6) Work with faculty and their research groups to enable them to fully utilize the University and national computational resources for their research.
7) Solve user problems quickly and professionally.
8) Work closely with faculty to identify, develop, and implement useful computational methods and resources that support or advance their research.
9) Keep abreast of new developments in High Performance Computing, data science and AI, and pro-active in introducing them to the faculty.
10) Create and present tutorials, hands-on workshops and documentation to educate the research community.
11) Assist researchers with grant proposals with strong HPC or AI component to describe the interplay between their research and computation and data science.
12) Serve as the lead of the Computational Scientists team.
1) Ph.D. in Astronomy, Astrophysics, Computer Science, Physics, Chemistry or similar discipline.
1) Proficiency in one or more programming languages (such as C++, C, etc.).
2) Proficiency in a scripting language such as Python.
3) Parallelizing large scientific codes with MPI and Open MP and using such codes on parallel supercomputing platforms.
5) Software design and development methodologies and best practices.
6) Installing and tuning scientific applications software strongly.
7) Compiler optimization techniques.
8) Machine Learning and Deep Learning frameworks.
1) Resume or CV
2) Cover Letter
NOTE: When applying, all required documents MUST be uploaded under the Resume/CV section of the application.
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