Do you want to work in a challenging and innovative environment? Would you like to contribute to research and education in the Netherlands using High Performance Computing and contribute towards making data harnessable and sharable? If so, we welcome you to join the Supercomputing-team.
Working/thinking level: MSc/PhD
SURFsara supports research and education through innovation and service development, by leveraging its expertise in high performance computing, data processing and data services. We are looking for an HPC consultant/scientific programmer who will support scientists from both an academic and corporate environment. Among other things you will be doing this by developing and improving software (performance optimization and scaling).
Besides supporting the researchers on the HPC infrastructure, the compute services department is also participating in a number national and international projects which you will be part of. Additionally, we are actively disseminating our acquired expertise to the scientific community. This usually involves participating in courses, webinars, and public talks.
Within SURFsara the department Compute Services is responsible for the national supercomputer Cartesius and the national compute cluster Lisa. Cartesius currently has 50,000 CPU cores and 132 GPUs, with a total peak performance of 1.8 Pflop/s. Lisa currently consists of almost 7,000 CPU cores and 100 GPUs. The main users of the Dutch National HPC infrastructure are researchers at Dutch universities and (international) research institutes.
An academic level of thinking and working, and professional experience which includes:
Your skills include the ability to focus on the customer, take initiative and be pro-active. You enjoy working in an independent manner and have the ability to work in a team. You have excellent interpersonal and communicative skills and a good spoken and written command of English and/or Dutch.
A diverse work environment, with many nationalities (working languages are English and Dutch)
Send your motivation letter and resume to email@example.com.
|Title||(Sr.) HPC Consultant / Scientific Programmer|
|Job location||SURF Science Park, Science Park 140, 1098 XG Amsterdam|
|Published||May 16, 2019|
|Job types||Research assistant,   Other  |
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