BYU’s Fulton Supercomputing Lab has an opening for a Computation Scientist who will be responsible in assisting users from many disciplines in specialized training, programming, code and workflow optimization, as well as batch job management and general troubleshooting. You will also have the opportunity to share the knowledge you have gained by teaching a scientific computer course on campus each semester. Come provide an important service and enjoy the amazing atmosphere and benefits BYU has to offer.
About the Fulton Supercomputing Lab
The Fulton Supercomputing Lab (FSL) provides reliable, state-of-the-art High Performance Computing (HPC) resources to researchers at BYU. Current resources include over 21,000 processor cores and two petabytes of storage. All FSL systems use Linux. Research projects on FSL systems are very diverse; projects include materials science, computational fluid dynamics, genomics, molecular dynamics, astrophysics, economics simulations, and many others. Many of the faculty with whom we work are distinguished in their field of study.
If you are interested, the full job posting, as well as the application, can be found at http://bit.ly/2guDLEn.
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