Post Doctoral Researcher, Department of Computer Science
| Wake Forest University
United States, North Carolina, Winston Salem
|February 02, 2024
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Job Description SummaryThe Department of Computer Science at Wake Forest University invites applications for a postdoctoral research fellowship. The candidate will work primarily with Dr. Grey Ballard and Dr. Aditya Deverakonda to design, implement, and analyze high-performance algorithms for sparse matrix and tensor computations. We are particularly interested in scholars who have a strong background in numerical linear algebra, numerical analysis, and/or parallel and high-performance computing. The successful candidate will collaboratively prepare presentations and papers for dissemination of results and help train graduate and undergraduate student research assistants. In addition to conducting research, the fellow will have the opportunity to teach at the undergraduate level if mutually agreeable. This is a one-year contract position with possible extensions.
The fellow will be part of Sparsitute: A Mathematical Institute for Sparse Computations in Science and Engineering. Sparsitute is supported for 5 years by the Department of Energy as a Mathematical Multifaceted Integrated Capability Center (MMICC). Sparsitute is a collaboration between LBNL, ORNL, Purdue University, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Indiana University, and Wake Forest University. The postdoctoral fellow will be hosted at Wake Forest but will get a chance to collaborate closely and network with all the PIs and personnel in these 6 institutions.
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Please include the following items in order to complete your application: 1) CV, 2) a cover letterthat includes a statement of research experience and interests, and 3) 2-3 references that can provide letters of support
Time Type RequirementFull time Note to Applicant:
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