Postdoctoral Research Associate of Computer Science

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Present Position NumberF0842WRole TitlePostdoctoral Research AssociatePosition TitlePostdoctoral Research Associate of Computer SciencePosition Summary

Applications are invited for a postdoctoral position in computational aspects of Lattice Quantum Chromodynamics theory. The position will be hosted in the Computer Science Department at William & Mary, and it will be co-directed by Prof. Andreas Stathopoulos in CS and Prof. Kostas Orginos in Physics. The position, which is funded by a Department of Energy grant, is initially for one year and renewable for a second year based upon performance.
The candidate is expected to lead a research program that involves advanced computational methods for the solution of various linear operators, the improvement of current multigrid technologies, the variance reduction in computations of disconnected diagrams, as well as their implementations on high performance computing resources.

Required Qualifications

Ph.D. In a scientific computing area, with strong programming skills in C/C++. Strong background in one of the three areas:
Lattice QCD, numerical linear algebra, or high performance computing.

Preferred Qualifications

Strong background across more of the above areas and experience with QUDA or CUDA programming.

Department3KE310 Computer Science DeptLocationWilliam & MaryJob Open Date04/01/2019Review Begin Date04/30/2019Job Close DateOpen Until FilledNoJob CategoryInstructional FacultySpecial Application InstructionsBackground Check Statement

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EEO Statement

William & Mary is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action/Equal Access employer and actively encourages applications from minorities, women, disabled persons and veterans.

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    Posted: 7/16/2019
    Application Due: 12/16/2019
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