Computational Scientist at Caltech Job opening for a GPGPU specialist
[b]Job opening at Caltech for a Computational Scientist initially to work
with a GPGPU cluster in the Division of Geological and Planetary Sciences.
[/b]

[i]Job Title: Computational Scientist[/i]


Location: Pasadena, California


[i]Description:[/i] The Center for Advanced Computing Research at the California
Institute of Technology is seeking a highly motivated individual to
engineer scientific software to make effective use of accelerators,
particularly general-purpose graphics processing units (GPGPUs). There are
applications in several research groups, including geophysics, solid
mechanics, chemistry, and biology. The initial responsibility will be
optimizing codes to exploit a large new hybrid (CPU/GPGPU) cluster in the
Division of Geological and Planetary Sciences. Specific applications
include Bayesian models of fault slip during large earthquakes, inverse
models of the Earth's interior structure, large-scale remotely sensed
image processing and models for use in rapid tsunami early warning
systems. Initial effort will be focused on use of a new 180 x M2090 cluster.


Job opening details:
https://jobs.caltech.edu/applicants/jsp/shared/position/JobDetails_css.jsp?postingId=153622
Job opening at Caltech for a Computational Scientist initially to work

with a GPGPU cluster in the Division of Geological and Planetary Sciences.





Job Title: Computational Scientist





Location: Pasadena, California





Description: The Center for Advanced Computing Research at the California

Institute of Technology is seeking a highly motivated individual to

engineer scientific software to make effective use of accelerators,

particularly general-purpose graphics processing units (GPGPUs). There are

applications in several research groups, including geophysics, solid

mechanics, chemistry, and biology. The initial responsibility will be

optimizing codes to exploit a large new hybrid (CPU/GPGPU) cluster in the

Division of Geological and Planetary Sciences. Specific applications

include Bayesian models of fault slip during large earthquakes, inverse

models of the Earth's interior structure, large-scale remotely sensed

image processing and models for use in rapid tsunami early warning

systems. Initial effort will be focused on use of a new 180 x M2090 cluster.





Job opening details:

https://jobs.caltech.edu/applicants/jsp/shared/position/JobDetails_css.jsp?postingId=153622

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