[Fwd: HPC New Positions at UNC]

Bill Rankin wrankin at ee.duke.edu
Tue Sep 23 17:01:12 EDT 2003


FYI,

I didn't know if this had made the list yet (I'm on digest mode) but UNC
Chapel Hill is looking for cluster programmers and instructors.  
-bill


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From: C. D. Poon <cdpoon at unc.edu>
To: hpcplanning <hpcplanning at duke.edu>
Subject: HPC New Positions at UNC
Date: 23 Sep 2003 16:45:21 -0400

We are recruiting for two new positions to further enhance support for 
research computing at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. 
The focus of one position is code optimization and parallelization. The 
primary responsibility of the second position is to develop and teach 
training courses on specific computational applications, parallel code 
development and testing, checkpointing, and other aspects of our 
computing environment. The job announcements are currently posted at the 
UNC-CH Human Resources web site:

http://www.ais.unc.edu/hr/jobs/epajobs.htm

Please share this information with your colleagues.

C. D. Poon
High-Performance Computing Group
Academic Technology & Networks
University of North Carolina

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Research Computing Associate for High Performance Computing
EPA Non-Faculty
September 17, 2003

Position Description:

Research Computing Associate for High Performance Computing will provide 
expertise for current and future high performance computing code 
optimization, parallelization and porting.

This position will work closely with faculty and other University 
researchers to determine the appropriate architecture for each 
application and will then assist with porting and tuning applications 
for optimal performance on the chosen platform.

In addition to supporting the porting and optimization of researchers 
codes, this position will help identify and analyze codes to be used for 
benchmarking and research of high performance computing resources.

Education Required:

Position Requires a M.S. or Ph.D in computer science or related 
computational science discipline and demonstrated hands-on expertise and 
high performance programming experience with MPICH, OpenMP, Fortran and 
C++.

Experience Required:

Experience in performance evaluation of both distributed and shared 
parallel memory architectures is highly desired as is experience with 
parallel scientific simulation codes and writing applications for 
parallel computers. Excellent interpersonal skills, excellent oral and 
written communications skills and demonstrated organizational skills are 
required, along with strong personal motivation and a proven ability to 
work in a team environment.

Application Deadline: October 29, 2003.

Applicants should send a cover letter, resume and three references to:

Diane Strong, Human Resources Mgr.
Academic Technology & Networks (ATN)
UNC-CH, Campus Box # 3420
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3420

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is an equal opportunity 
employer.

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High Performance Computing Instructor
EPA Non-Faculty
September 17, 2003

Position Description:

The High Performance Computing Instructor will determine course content, 
develop and teach introductory classes about the UNC-Chapel Hill high 
performance computing environment and how to use it, parallel 
programming, scientific applications, and specialized coding and 
performance analysis for faculty and their research teams.

Within ATN, the Academic Computing Systems Division provides the 
infrastructure and support for the research computing, data management 
and storage, messaging, web and enterprise backup and recovery needs of 
the University community.

The High Performance Computing Instructor will develop course materials 
for computational science techniques. These materials will be used to 
design on-line tutorials as well as hands-on workshops and courses for 
researchers with computationally intensive problems.

Education Required:

Position Requires a M.S. or Ph.D in computer science or related 
computational science discipline and demonstrated hands-on expertise and 
high performance programming experience with MPICH, OpenMP, Fortran and 
C++.

Experience Required:

Experience with parallel scientific codes and writing applications for 
parallel computers is required. Demonstrated teaching skills are highly 
desired. Excellent interpersonal skills, excellent oral and written 
communications skills and demonstrated organizational skills are 
required, along with strong personal motivation and proven ability to 
work in a team environment.

Application Deadline: October 29, 2003.

Applicants should send a cover letter, resume and three references to:

Diane Strong, Human Resources Mgr.
Academic Technology & Networks (ATN)
UNC-CH, Campus Box # 3420
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3420

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is an equal opportunity 
employer.

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bill rankin, ph.d. ........ director, cluster and grid technology group
wrankin at ee.duke.edu .......................... center for computational
duke university ...................... science engineering and medicine
http://www.ee.duke.edu/~wrankin .............. http://www.csem.duke.edu

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