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Job of the Week: HPC System Administrator at UC Riverside

The University of California, Riverside is seeking an HPC System Administrator in our Job of the Week. UC Riverside’s (UCR) research computing infrastructure is provided by a central HPC facility. This facility operates Linux clusters with over 4,500 CPU cores, 50TB of total system RAM and several GPU nodes. Big Data storage is handled by a centralized GPFS-based storage cluster with over 3PB of disk space for production and backup storage. The incumbent will be part of a team responsible for the systems administration of this HPC infrastructure, including development of software for parallel computing, network management, data security and user training.”

Job of the Week: HPC Framework Software Engineer at GigaIO

GigaIO is seeking an HPC Framework Software Engineer in our Job of the Week. “GigaIO is a new start-up working on the leading edge of high performance networking, compute and storage infrastructure space. We continually experiment, learn, adapt and extend because we are on the leading edge of our markets. We are looking for HPC Framework Software Engineers to help build our software platform and focus on the network, storage and virtualization layers of our applications. High-Performance Linux drivers and libraries are central to our mission.”

Job of the Week: Systems Software Engineer for NvStreams at NVIDIA

NVIDIA is seeking a Systems Software Engineer for NvStreams in our Job of the Week. “This position will be part of a dynamic crew that develops and maintains systems software for complex heterogeneous computing systems that power disruptive products in various Automotive platforms. The Automotive System Software team plays a vital role in realizing the vision behind these products by building core technologies and platform solutions that are complex and industry leading.”

Job of the Week: Lead Systems Engineer at Defense Analyses (IDA) in San Diego

The Institute of Defense Analyses (IDA) in La Jolla is seeking a Lead Systems Engineer in our Job of the Week. “We are seeking a Lead Systems Engineer, who with minimal supervision, envisions, designs, administers, and maintains multiple IT systems, servers and software. Applies advanced subject matter expertise to develop solutions to solve a full range of complex problems.”

Job of the Week: Software Developer for the FATES Project at LBNL

LBNL is seeking a Software Developer for the FATES Project in our Job of the Week. “The engineer will work with the FATES model, which is a size and age structured dynamic vegetation model that represents plant physiology and ecosystem assembly processes for use within Earth system models. This position will be principally funded by the NGEE-Tropics project, which is a long-term, DOE-supported effort to bring together observational and theoretical approaches to build, inform, and test the representation of tropical forests within Earth system models.”

Job of the Week: Computer Science Postdoctoral Scholar at LBNL

LBNL is seeking a Computer Science Postdoctoral Scholar in our Job of the Week. “Berkeley Lab’s Computational Research Division has an opening for a Computer Science Postdoctoral Scholar. Develop performance modeling and analytical capabilities and tools for manycore and GPU-accelerated supercomputers and apply them to distributed memory Office of Science applications running on such platforms.”

Job of the Week: Computer Science Postdoctoral Scholar at Berkeley Lab

Berkeley Lab is seeking a Computer Science Postdoctoral Scholar in our Job of the Week. “Berkeley Lab’s Computational Research Division has an opening for a Computer Science Postdoctoral Scholar. Develop performance modeling and analytical capabilities and tools for manycore and GPU-accelerated supercomputers and apply them to distributed memory Office of Science applications running on such platforms.”

Job of the Week: HPC Architecture and Performance Engineer at LBNL

Lawrence Berkeley National Lab is seeking an HPC Architecture and Performance Engineer in our Job of the Week. “Berkeley Lab’s National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center (NERSC) has an opening for a Computer Systems Engineer 3. The incumbent will contribute to an on-going Advanced Technology Group (ATG) group effort to develop a complete understanding of the issues that lead to improved application and computer system performance on extreme-scale advanced architectures. As a team member, they will contribute to efforts for NERSC in evaluating existing and emerging High Performance Computing (HPC) systems by analyzing the performance characteristics of leading-edge DOE Office of Science application codes.”

Job of the Week: Research Scientist for HPC at Intel Labs

Intel in Silicon Valley is seeking a Research Scientist for HPC. “Intel Labs is seeking motivated researchers in the area of parallel and distributed computing research applied towards high performance computing and machine learning. This is a full-time position with the Parallel Computing Lab. The Parallel Computing Lab researches new algorithms, architectures, and approaches to address the most challenging compute- and data-intensive applications. We are focused on delivering new Intel software and hardware technologies that will transform the enterprise and technical computing experience. We work in close collaboration with leading academic and industry partners to accomplish our mission.”

Job of the Week: Research Engineer – Systems Architecture Lab at HPE

HPE is seeking a Research Engineer for their Systems Architecture Lab in our Job of the Week. “The System Architecture Laboratory at Hewlett Packard Labs has an immediate opening for a Research Scientist position with a background in high-speed mixed-signal CMOS design and silicon photonics. The critical tasks is the design of high-speed mixed signals circuits including modulator drivers, transimpedance amplifier, ADC/DAC, SERDES, and PLL using advanced CMOS nodes to enable high-performance computing systems.  Successful candidates will have hands-on experience in the CMOS design, design verification, and lab testing of mixed-signal CMOS circuits to interface with photonics.”