The University of Tennessee–Knoxville’s Innovative Computing Laboratory (ICL), under the direction of Prof. Jack Dongarra, is seeking full-time scientists (MS or PhD) or postdoctoral researchers to participate in the design, development, and maintenance of software libraries and programming environments for large, distributed-memory hybrid machines.
The prospective researcher will coauthor papers to document research findings, present the team’s work at conferences and workshops, and help lead students and other team members in their research endeavors in ongoing and future projects. Given the nature of the work, there will be opportunities for publication, travel, and high-profile professional networking and collaboration across academia, labs, and industry.
Joining this team will offer qualified candidates exciting career opportunities as they participate in various NSF-supported projects as well as in the US Department of Energy’s (DOE’s) Exascale Computing Project (ECP).
An MS or PhD in computer science or in a computational science is preferred.
Some background in high-performance computing (HPC), resilience, programming models, and network and parallel algorithms is desired, though all qualified candidates—be it fresh (MS or PhD) graduates or seasoned HPC veterans—are encouraged to apply.
This full-time position will be renewed annually with the possibility of further extensions based on funding availability and performance. Compensation will depend on experience and qualifications.
How to Apply
For consideration, send CV and contact information for three references to Joan Snoderly (jsnoderly[at]icl.utk[dot]edu).