RESEARCH POSITION IN PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT AND MODELING
RESEARCH SCIENTIST I
REGULAR, FULL-TIME, MARKET RANGE 13
This full-time position is in the area of performance measurement and modeling, including the Exa-PAPI (http://icl.utk.edu/exa-papi/) project.
We are looking for a Research Scientist who can work on the design and development of high-quality software that builds on our current projects and extends them with performance monitoring capabilities for new and advanced hardware and software technologies. Experience with high-performance computing performance tools, large-scale systems, compiler technology, and large software systems are all desired skills. However, candidates with a good computer science foundation and excellent systems skills are encouraged to apply.
These projects are leading the technology in performance analysis of scientific applications running on state-of-the-art hardware and in the modernization of code. This role will offer opportunities for publication, for travel that will involve interacting with research partners and participating in the research community, and for special training in new and emerging technologies that are relevant to the work.
The person chosen for this position will have the distinction of working at the Innovative Computing Laboratory (http://icl.cs.utk.edu/), a world-class research lab at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, which will include close and frequent collaboration with industry partners such as Intel and Nvidia. Another plus is the university's proximity to the beautiful Great Smoky Mountains National Park, the most visited national park in the US.
Internal Number: 218629
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