Research Associate Position in High-Performance Parallel Computing


Joint Institute for Computational Science

The Joint Institute for Computational Science of the University of Tennessee and Oak Ridge National Laboratory invites applications for a full-time research associate position in high-performance parallel computing to begin Spring/Summer 1997 or when position is filled.

The research associate is expected to initiate, coordinate, and participate in collaborative interdisciplinary computational research projects with research faculty affiliated with JICS. The candidate is also expected to participate fully in the educational activities of JICS.

The position requires a MS or PhD in computer science or in a closely related area and experience with parallel computing applications using a variety of high-performance computing architectures. Applicants are expected to demonstrate a high level of research accomplishment in parallel computing and  an active interest in educational innovation. Familiarity with interdisciplinary areas of computational research is desired. Applications from minorities are encouraged. Experience in systems administration is a plus.

Benefits of the position include a competitive salary commensurate with background and expertise, access to state-of-the-art computational facilities, teaching opportunities, and many varied collaborative research opportunities.

Applicants should send a vita and a statement specifically addressing research and educational interests and experience in high performance computational science. Application materials should be sent by March 14, 1997 , preferably by e-mail to, Subject: Postdoc Application, or by regular mail to the address given below.

Additional inquiries should be directed to:

Dr. Michael R. Leuze, Director
Joint Institute for Computational Science
University of Tennessee
104 South College
Knoxville, TN 37996-1508
Tel: (423) 974-3907
Fax: (423) 974-3949

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