Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory seeks to fill a computational scientist/physicist position in the Theory Department, who has an interest in developing his/her scientific career into extreme-scale and exa-scale computing.
The research will include performance engineering and/or algorithm optimization/development in gyrokinetic fusion edge code XGCon leadership class computers at OLCF, ALCF and NERSC. Knowledge in hybrid or many-core parallel programming with MPI, OpenMP, Cuda, OpenACC, or vectorization will be beneficial. Knowledge on FORTRAN-90 or higher languages will be required to perform the described job. Successful candidate is expected to collaborate not only with physicists, but also with computational scientists from applied mathematics, data management, and performance engineering areas in the multi-institutional XGC team. Starting rank can be postdoctoral position, staff scientist, or engineer, and will be determined in accordance with the qualification of the applicant.
Qualified applicants should apply at www.pppl.gov with a curriculum vita and list of publications, and at the same time send them to C-S Chang at email@example.com. Three or more letters of recommendation letters will be needed for full consideration.
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