High Performance Computing Analyst – Post Doctoral Fellow (IBM/SOSCIP)

November 16, 2017 in for_researchers, for_users, HPC Jobs, HPC Jobs Ontario, news

SOSCIP is currently looping for a new BlueGene/Q support post-doc.

Job Description
In partnership with 15 leading Ontario academic institutions, federal and provincial governments, IBM is supporting collaborative research projects that leverage high performance computing to drive commercial outcomes for social and economic development in Ontario. We have announced over 40 exciting research projects aligned to Health, Energy, Cities, Water, Mining, Cybersecurity, Digital Media, Advanced Manufacturing and Agile Computing. We are now hiring to support these projects.

Specialist – IBM Blue Gene/Q supercomputer based at University of Toronto.

This role is for a cross-team specialist who will support IBM Blue Gene/Q, the largest supercomputer in Canada. The selected candidate will be part of a team based at University of Toronto and provide parallel programming support to research teams. The research teams include faculty, postdoctoral fellows, graduate students and other industry partners. This role is pivotal to advising, building and optimizing applications to leverage massively parallel platforms and drive innovation to impact the lives of Canadians.

Job Responsibilities:

• Assist research teams in making effective use of massively parallel platforms including one of the largest supercomputers in Canada and a new research platform for exascale computing
• Develop, port, optimize and analyze scientific numerical codes using thousands of CPU cores on the Blue Gene Q using Fortran, Python, C, C++, etc
• Parallel-programming assistance on smaller-scale x86 and Power clusters, possibly including GPU’s
• Install, upgrade and lead day-to-day operations for scientific infrastructure including mathematical software packages, libraries, compilers, visualization software, schedulers etc
• promote, advise and teach mini-courses on scientific computing and parallel programming

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