Intel in Oregon is seeking an HPC Software Intern in our Job of the Week. “If you are interested in being on the team that builds the world’s fastest supercomputer, read on. Our team is designing how we integrate new HW and SW, validate extreme scale systems, and debug challenges that arise. The team consist of engineers who love to learn, love a good challenge, and aren’t afraid of a changing environment. We need someone who can help us with creating and executing codes that will be used to validate and debug our system from first Si bring-up through at-scale deployment. The successful candidate will have experience in the Linux environment creating code: C or Python. If you have the right skills, you will help build systems utilized by the best minds on the planet to solve grand challenge science problems such as climate research, bio-medical research, genome analysis, renewable energy, and other areas that require the world’s fastest supercomputers to tackle. Be part of the first to get to Exascale!”
Los Alamos National Lab is seeking an HPC Modeling and Optimization Postdoc in our Job of the Week.
Brown University in Rhode Island is seeking an HPC Applications Specialist in our Job of the Week.
Aspen Systems is seeking an HPC Sales Engineer in our Job of the Week.
Celgene in San Diego is seeking a Lead Specialist for HPC in our Job of the Week.
Lewey Anton reports on who’s jumping ship and moving on up in high performance computing. Familiar names this month include Ron Blessing, Rick Friedman, Karl Freund, and Mark Woodyard.
Johns Hopkins University is seeking an HPC Software Engineer in our Job of the Week.
I’ve been commissioned by insideHPC to get the scoop on who’s jumping ship and moving on up in high performance computing. Familiar names this week include Mary Bass, Wilf Pinfold, and Mike Vildibill.
NOAA is seeking an HPC Program Manager in our HPC Job of the Week.
The Cal Poly San Luis Obispo Computer Science Department is hiring a tenure-track faculty position in our HPC Job of the Week.