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Requisition Number: 407553 Location: Lemont, IL
Functional Area: Research and Development Division: MCS-Mathematics and Computer Science
Employment Category: Temporary 6 Months or Greater Shift: 8:30 - 5:00
Level (Grade): RD2
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Performs basic research in physics-based network simulations for high performance computing (HPC). Participates at all the stages of the implementation of the resulting methods from prototyping in high-level languages to the development in a high-performance computing environment. Apply the network simulators to problems of interest to the Department of Energy. Part of a team that includes computational mathematicians and computer scientists.
The MCS Division at Argonne National Laboratory is a leader in the design of numerical algorithms, development of software tools and technology, and simulation of applications of interest to the U.S. Department of Energy. Researchers will take part in a stimulating environment, including access to multidisciplinary collaborations, world-class mathematical libraries and quantum simulation technologies, a 30-mile quantum teleportation network being developed in the Chicago area, and the US’s first exascale supercomputer. Argonne is a founding member of the Chicago Quantum Exchange; more information on quantum computing at Argonne is available at: https://www.anl.gov/mcs/quantum-computing.
Experience in high-performance computing, knowledge of network-based simulations including hydrologic modeling, power grid modeling, and modeling of gas networks. Experience with uncertainty quantification for physical models. Good skill in integrating and evaluating data. Good skill in written and oral communications. This position requires a Bachelor’s Degree with 5+ years of experience, or a Master’s Degree with 3+ years of experience, or a PhD and 0 years of experience, or equivalent.
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