Postdoc opening at ORNL

James B. White III (Trey)
Wed, 28 Nov 2001 15:53:11 -0500

I wonder if one of the Haskell-ers on this list might know someone who
would be interested in this:

                        Postdoctoral Position
                           Computer Science
              Computer Science and Mathematics Division

The Computer Science & Mathematics (CSM) Division at the Oak Ridge
National Laboratory (ORNL) invites outstanding candidates to apply for
an immediate opening in computer science.  The successful applicant
will participate in a highly interdisciplinary project on the
development of advanced software tools for the automatic synthesis of
high-performance algorithms for complex tensor-based simulation
methods, focusing initially in the areas of quantum chemistry and
nuclear physics.

This position offers an opportunity to interact with a broad range of
research activities at a world-class laboratory for computational
science, including the Center for Computational Sciences (CCS), which
hosts one of the largest unclassified computing capabilities in the

Position requires a Ph.D. in computer science or closely related
field, a desire to work closely computational scientists from other
fields, and experience in one or more of the following areas:

* compilers and optimization techniques
* domain-specific languages
* generic and generative programming
* functional programming and monads

A strong background in scientific publications is also encouraged. 
Initial appointment is for one year.

Appointments are administered by the Oak Ridge Institute for Science
in Education (ORISE):

For consideration, please submit a CV and cover letter, including a
description of research interests, software development experience,
and interdisciplinary or computational science experience to: 

	David Bernholdt
	Computer Science and Mathematics Division
	Oak Ridge National Laboratory
	P.O. Box 2008
	Oak Ridge, TN 37831-6367 

or E-mail:

Additional information about the Computer Science and Mathematics
Division and the Center for Computational Sciences can be found at:

ORNL, a multiprogram research facility managed by UT-Battelle, LLC,
for the U.S. Department of Energy, is an equal opportunity employer
committed to building and maintaining a diverse work force.

James B. White III (Trey)
Center for Computational Sciences
Oak Ridge National Laboratory