Research jobs at Imperial College London in compilers and domain-specific languages in CFD, finite element and particle methods
We are advertising two three-year postdoc research positions to work in
my group here at Imperial College London, on two linked projects aiming
to support abstraction and performance portability in computational
science applications targetting parallel, multicore and manycore/GPGPU
Further details are available at:
"Multilayer Abstractions for Partial Differential Equations on Multicore
and Manycore Systems"
"Sustainable domain-specific software generation tools for extremely
parallel particle-based simulations"
This is an opportunity to take a leadership role in an ambitious
multidisciplinary collaboration, involving several exciting applications
- including, for example, ocean circulation modelling, ab initio
chemistry, bone implant biomechanics, urban pollution modelling,
aeroengine turbomachinery, and dam stability. Applications are of
interest both from compiler specialists and from applicants with a
numerical methods/HPC background. A relevant PhD or extremely strong
research experience is essential.
Background on the research group is available at
http://spo.doc.ic.ac.uk/ and http://www.doc.ic.ac.uk/~phjk/ . Please
email Paul Kelly (firstname.lastname@example.org) to find out more. The
deadline for applications is July 1st 2010.