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Through the Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education (ORISE) this posting seeks candidate with an advanced degree to apply for an appointment to develop and implement algorithms for computational fluid dynamics-discrete element method (CFD-DEM) on exascale high performance computers at NETL. NETL is a multi-disciplinary, scientific and technical-oriented national laboratory. NETL’s Research and Innovation Center (RIC) conducts research to evaluate environmental impacts and risk assessments associated with domestic energy resource development.. Opportunities are available immediately, but there is flexibility in start dates.
The specific assignments include: code profiling, algorithm development and implementation, writing reports/papers and making presentations to report the results of the research. The development team is geographically disperse making excellent communication skills a must.
The ideal candidate will hold a PhD in computer science, mathematics, or engineering and have knowledge in CFD-DEM, and/or molecular dynamics (MD) code development. Exceptional postmasters candidates will also be considered for this position. Programming knowledge in C++, Fortran, C, or another programming language is required. Knowledge with parallel computing, including MPI and OpenMP is required. Knowledge with GPU programming is highly desired. Familiarity with MFIX (www.mfix.netl.doe.gov) and multi-phase flow is not required.
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