CUDA/Linux/GPU development for trading algorithm optimization job posting
A Global Investment bank in New York City has an opening for a (GPU) Software Developer to take part in developing high performance computational software tools on graphics processing units and actively participate in the development and validation of our trading software platform.
Required Skills:
• Bachelors or Masters degree in Computer Science or a related discipline
• Demonstrated experience in CUDA programming and porting complex data and task parallel applications to GPGPUs
• Minimum of 3 years of experience in C or C++ programming and demonstrated experience in hybrid CPU-­‐GPU programming
• Demonstrated experience using debugging and profiling tools for CUDA/OpenCL programs and performance analysis of hybrid CPU/GPU programs
• Extensive knowledge of GPU hardware architecture, performance characteristics, memory subsystem and experience in optimizing CUDA/OpenCL code for specific hardware characteristics
• Keen interest in the CPU/GPU industry trends, and a willingness to explore other non-CPU hardware and programming paradigms based on the leading edge in industry.
• Proficiency in software engineering and architecture best practices and industry standards.
• Solid Unix/Linux experience.
• Interest in working with a dedicated team of quantitative analysts and programmers pushing the boundaries of financial technologies.
Additional Skills:
• Proficiency in software engineering and architecture best practices and industry standards.
• Application parallelization using message passing (MPI etc.) and/or threading (OpenMP etc.) paradigms

Duties
• The successful candidate will work directly with the quantitative modelers and traders to port different computational algorithms to GP-­‐GPUs
• The position involves coming up with suitable parallelization strategies based on the algorithm and developer's detailed knowledge of the underlying hardware architecture
• Keeping up to date with the latest trends in GPU computing and programming methodologies, along with investigating the suitability of other hardware platforms and associated programming models is an integral part of the candidate’s responsibilities.

The firm provides full relocation assistance and highly competitive compensation.

Qualified candidates with valid work authorisation for the US should apply in confidence via the private message
A Global Investment bank in New York City has an opening for a (GPU) Software Developer to take part in developing high performance computational software tools on graphics processing units and actively participate in the development and validation of our trading software platform.

Required Skills:

• Bachelors or Masters degree in Computer Science or a related discipline

• Demonstrated experience in CUDA programming and porting complex data and task parallel applications to GPGPUs

• Minimum of 3 years of experience in C or C++ programming and demonstrated experience in hybrid CPU-­‐GPU programming

• Demonstrated experience using debugging and profiling tools for CUDA/OpenCL programs and performance analysis of hybrid CPU/GPU programs

• Extensive knowledge of GPU hardware architecture, performance characteristics, memory subsystem and experience in optimizing CUDA/OpenCL code for specific hardware characteristics

• Keen interest in the CPU/GPU industry trends, and a willingness to explore other non-CPU hardware and programming paradigms based on the leading edge in industry.

• Proficiency in software engineering and architecture best practices and industry standards.

• Solid Unix/Linux experience.

• Interest in working with a dedicated team of quantitative analysts and programmers pushing the boundaries of financial technologies.

Additional Skills:

• Proficiency in software engineering and architecture best practices and industry standards.

• Application parallelization using message passing (MPI etc.) and/or threading (OpenMP etc.) paradigms



Duties

• The successful candidate will work directly with the quantitative modelers and traders to port different computational algorithms to GP-­‐GPUs

• The position involves coming up with suitable parallelization strategies based on the algorithm and developer's detailed knowledge of the underlying hardware architecture

• Keeping up to date with the latest trends in GPU computing and programming methodologies, along with investigating the suitability of other hardware platforms and associated programming models is an integral part of the candidate’s responsibilities.



The firm provides full relocation assistance and highly competitive compensation.



Qualified candidates with valid work authorisation for the US should apply in confidence via the private message

#1
Posted 03/12/2010 12:21 AM   
[quote name='epnrtr' post='1017877' date='Mar 11 2010, 05:21 PM']A Global Investment bank in New York City has an opening for a (GPU) Software Developer to take part in developing high performance computational software tools on graphics processing units and actively participate in the development and validation of our trading software platform.
Required Skills:
• Bachelors or Masters degree in Computer Science or a related discipline
• Demonstrated experience in CUDA programming and porting complex data and task parallel applications to GPGPUs
• Minimum of 3 years of experience in C or C++ programming and demonstrated experience in hybrid CPU-­‐GPU programming
• Demonstrated experience using debugging and profiling tools for CUDA/OpenCL programs and performance analysis of hybrid CPU/GPU programs
• Extensive knowledge of GPU hardware architecture, performance characteristics, memory subsystem and experience in optimizing CUDA/OpenCL code for specific hardware characteristics
• Keen interest in the CPU/GPU industry trends, and a willingness to explore other non-CPU hardware and programming paradigms based on the leading edge in industry.
• Proficiency in software engineering and architecture best practices and industry standards.
• Solid Unix/Linux experience.
• Interest in working with a dedicated team of quantitative analysts and programmers pushing the boundaries of financial technologies.
Additional Skills:
• Proficiency in software engineering and architecture best practices and industry standards.
• Application parallelization using message passing (MPI etc.) and/or threading (OpenMP etc.) paradigms

Duties
• The successful candidate will work directly with the quantitative modelers and traders to port different computational algorithms to GP-­‐GPUs
• The position involves coming up with suitable parallelization strategies based on the algorithm and developer's detailed knowledge of the underlying hardware architecture
• Keeping up to date with the latest trends in GPU computing and programming methodologies, along with investigating the suitability of other hardware platforms and associated programming models is an integral part of the candidate’s responsibilities.

The firm provides full relocation assistance and highly competitive compensation.

Qualified candidates with valid work authorisation for the US should apply in confidence via the private message[/quote]


can you give an email for sending CV's ??

Thanks
MM
[quote name='epnrtr' post='1017877' date='Mar 11 2010, 05:21 PM']A Global Investment bank in New York City has an opening for a (GPU) Software Developer to take part in developing high performance computational software tools on graphics processing units and actively participate in the development and validation of our trading software platform.

Required Skills:

• Bachelors or Masters degree in Computer Science or a related discipline

• Demonstrated experience in CUDA programming and porting complex data and task parallel applications to GPGPUs

• Minimum of 3 years of experience in C or C++ programming and demonstrated experience in hybrid CPU-­‐GPU programming

• Demonstrated experience using debugging and profiling tools for CUDA/OpenCL programs and performance analysis of hybrid CPU/GPU programs

• Extensive knowledge of GPU hardware architecture, performance characteristics, memory subsystem and experience in optimizing CUDA/OpenCL code for specific hardware characteristics

• Keen interest in the CPU/GPU industry trends, and a willingness to explore other non-CPU hardware and programming paradigms based on the leading edge in industry.

• Proficiency in software engineering and architecture best practices and industry standards.

• Solid Unix/Linux experience.

• Interest in working with a dedicated team of quantitative analysts and programmers pushing the boundaries of financial technologies.

Additional Skills:

• Proficiency in software engineering and architecture best practices and industry standards.

• Application parallelization using message passing (MPI etc.) and/or threading (OpenMP etc.) paradigms



Duties

• The successful candidate will work directly with the quantitative modelers and traders to port different computational algorithms to GP-­‐GPUs

• The position involves coming up with suitable parallelization strategies based on the algorithm and developer's detailed knowledge of the underlying hardware architecture

• Keeping up to date with the latest trends in GPU computing and programming methodologies, along with investigating the suitability of other hardware platforms and associated programming models is an integral part of the candidate’s responsibilities.



The firm provides full relocation assistance and highly competitive compensation.



Qualified candidates with valid work authorisation for the US should apply in confidence via the private message





can you give an email for sending CV's ??



Thanks

MM

#2
Posted 03/21/2010 04:33 PM   
[quote name='epnrtr' post='1017877' date='Mar 11 2010, 07:21 PM']A Global Investment bank in New York City has an opening for a (GPU) Software Developer to take part in developing high performance computational software tools on graphics processing units and actively participate in the development and validation of our trading software platform.
Required Skills:
• Bachelors or Masters degree in Computer Science or a related discipline
• Demonstrated experience in CUDA programming and porting complex data and task parallel applications to GPGPUs
• Minimum of 3 years of experience in C or C++ programming and demonstrated experience in hybrid CPU-­‐GPU programming
• Demonstrated experience using debugging and profiling tools for CUDA/OpenCL programs and performance analysis of hybrid CPU/GPU programs
• Extensive knowledge of GPU hardware architecture, performance characteristics, memory subsystem and experience in optimizing CUDA/OpenCL code for specific hardware characteristics
• Keen interest in the CPU/GPU industry trends, and a willingness to explore other non-CPU hardware and programming paradigms based on the leading edge in industry.
• Proficiency in software engineering and architecture best practices and industry standards.
• Solid Unix/Linux experience.
• Interest in working with a dedicated team of quantitative analysts and programmers pushing the boundaries of financial technologies.
Additional Skills:
• Proficiency in software engineering and architecture best practices and industry standards.
• Application parallelization using message passing (MPI etc.) and/or threading (OpenMP etc.) paradigms

Duties
• The successful candidate will work directly with the quantitative modelers and traders to port different computational algorithms to GP-­‐GPUs
• The position involves coming up with suitable parallelization strategies based on the algorithm and developer's detailed knowledge of the underlying hardware architecture
• Keeping up to date with the latest trends in GPU computing and programming methodologies, along with investigating the suitability of other hardware platforms and associated programming models is an integral part of the candidate’s responsibilities.

The firm provides full relocation assistance and highly competitive compensation.

Qualified candidates with valid work authorisation for the US should apply in confidence via the private message[/quote]
Dear Mr/Madam:
Here is my resume,
Have a nice day,
Aldo Camargo
[quote name='epnrtr' post='1017877' date='Mar 11 2010, 07:21 PM']A Global Investment bank in New York City has an opening for a (GPU) Software Developer to take part in developing high performance computational software tools on graphics processing units and actively participate in the development and validation of our trading software platform.

Required Skills:

• Bachelors or Masters degree in Computer Science or a related discipline

• Demonstrated experience in CUDA programming and porting complex data and task parallel applications to GPGPUs

• Minimum of 3 years of experience in C or C++ programming and demonstrated experience in hybrid CPU-­‐GPU programming

• Demonstrated experience using debugging and profiling tools for CUDA/OpenCL programs and performance analysis of hybrid CPU/GPU programs

• Extensive knowledge of GPU hardware architecture, performance characteristics, memory subsystem and experience in optimizing CUDA/OpenCL code for specific hardware characteristics

• Keen interest in the CPU/GPU industry trends, and a willingness to explore other non-CPU hardware and programming paradigms based on the leading edge in industry.

• Proficiency in software engineering and architecture best practices and industry standards.

• Solid Unix/Linux experience.

• Interest in working with a dedicated team of quantitative analysts and programmers pushing the boundaries of financial technologies.

Additional Skills:

• Proficiency in software engineering and architecture best practices and industry standards.

• Application parallelization using message passing (MPI etc.) and/or threading (OpenMP etc.) paradigms



Duties

• The successful candidate will work directly with the quantitative modelers and traders to port different computational algorithms to GP-­‐GPUs

• The position involves coming up with suitable parallelization strategies based on the algorithm and developer's detailed knowledge of the underlying hardware architecture

• Keeping up to date with the latest trends in GPU computing and programming methodologies, along with investigating the suitability of other hardware platforms and associated programming models is an integral part of the candidate’s responsibilities.



The firm provides full relocation assistance and highly competitive compensation.



Qualified candidates with valid work authorisation for the US should apply in confidence via the private message

Dear Mr/Madam:

Here is my resume,

Have a nice day,

Aldo Camargo

#3
Posted 03/22/2010 03:16 PM   
[quote name='epnrtr' post='1017877' date='Mar 11 2010, 07:21 PM']A Global Investment bank in New York City has an opening for a (GPU) Software Developer to take part in developing high performance computational software tools on graphics processing units and actively participate in the development and validation of our trading software platform.
Required Skills:
• Bachelors or Masters degree in Computer Science or a related discipline
• Demonstrated experience in CUDA programming and porting complex data and task parallel applications to GPGPUs
• Minimum of 3 years of experience in C or C++ programming and demonstrated experience in hybrid CPU-­‐GPU programming
• Demonstrated experience using debugging and profiling tools for CUDA/OpenCL programs and performance analysis of hybrid CPU/GPU programs
• Extensive knowledge of GPU hardware architecture, performance characteristics, memory subsystem and experience in optimizing CUDA/OpenCL code for specific hardware characteristics
• Keen interest in the CPU/GPU industry trends, and a willingness to explore other non-CPU hardware and programming paradigms based on the leading edge in industry.
• Proficiency in software engineering and architecture best practices and industry standards.
• Solid Unix/Linux experience.
• Interest in working with a dedicated team of quantitative analysts and programmers pushing the boundaries of financial technologies.
Additional Skills:
• Proficiency in software engineering and architecture best practices and industry standards.
• Application parallelization using message passing (MPI etc.) and/or threading (OpenMP etc.) paradigms

Duties
• The successful candidate will work directly with the quantitative modelers and traders to port different computational algorithms to GP-­‐GPUs
• The position involves coming up with suitable parallelization strategies based on the algorithm and developer's detailed knowledge of the underlying hardware architecture
• Keeping up to date with the latest trends in GPU computing and programming methodologies, along with investigating the suitability of other hardware platforms and associated programming models is an integral part of the candidate’s responsibilities.

The firm provides full relocation assistance and highly competitive compensation.

Qualified candidates with valid work authorisation for the US should apply in confidence via the private message[/quote]
Dear Mr./ Madam:
Here you have my resume for the open job position,
Have a nice day,
Aldo
[quote name='epnrtr' post='1017877' date='Mar 11 2010, 07:21 PM']A Global Investment bank in New York City has an opening for a (GPU) Software Developer to take part in developing high performance computational software tools on graphics processing units and actively participate in the development and validation of our trading software platform.

Required Skills:

• Bachelors or Masters degree in Computer Science or a related discipline

• Demonstrated experience in CUDA programming and porting complex data and task parallel applications to GPGPUs

• Minimum of 3 years of experience in C or C++ programming and demonstrated experience in hybrid CPU-­‐GPU programming

• Demonstrated experience using debugging and profiling tools for CUDA/OpenCL programs and performance analysis of hybrid CPU/GPU programs

• Extensive knowledge of GPU hardware architecture, performance characteristics, memory subsystem and experience in optimizing CUDA/OpenCL code for specific hardware characteristics

• Keen interest in the CPU/GPU industry trends, and a willingness to explore other non-CPU hardware and programming paradigms based on the leading edge in industry.

• Proficiency in software engineering and architecture best practices and industry standards.

• Solid Unix/Linux experience.

• Interest in working with a dedicated team of quantitative analysts and programmers pushing the boundaries of financial technologies.

Additional Skills:

• Proficiency in software engineering and architecture best practices and industry standards.

• Application parallelization using message passing (MPI etc.) and/or threading (OpenMP etc.) paradigms



Duties

• The successful candidate will work directly with the quantitative modelers and traders to port different computational algorithms to GP-­‐GPUs

• The position involves coming up with suitable parallelization strategies based on the algorithm and developer's detailed knowledge of the underlying hardware architecture

• Keeping up to date with the latest trends in GPU computing and programming methodologies, along with investigating the suitability of other hardware platforms and associated programming models is an integral part of the candidate’s responsibilities.



The firm provides full relocation assistance and highly competitive compensation.



Qualified candidates with valid work authorisation for the US should apply in confidence via the private message

Dear Mr./ Madam:

Here you have my resume for the open job position,

Have a nice day,

Aldo

#4
Posted 03/22/2010 03:21 PM   
Sir,
I am an automated trading system expert.
I would like to interest your company with a trading algorithm , I built on the Israel's TA25 stock market.
This system is a result of 12 years research and trial and error of hundreds of systems and seems to work beautifully from day one.
Please contact me for more information.
hassondaniel@hotmail.com 972.54.7780214

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Sir,

I am an automated trading system expert.

I would like to interest your company with a trading algorithm , I built on the Israel's TA25 stock market.

This system is a result of 12 years research and trial and error of hundreds of systems and seems to work beautifully from day one.

Please contact me for more information.

hassondaniel@hotmail.com 972.54.7780214



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#5
Posted 06/01/2010 06:36 AM   
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