High Performance Computing (HPC) Analyst - Post Doctoral Fellow
In partnership with Nova Scotia Post Secondary Institutions, Federal and Provincial governments, IBM is supporting collaborative research projects that leverage high performance computing to drive commercial outcomes related to industries of the ocean economy. This partnership will support multiple parallel projects involving a variety of stakeholders to support economic development and help position Nova Scotia and Atlantic Canada as a world class center for ocean based commercialization and research. We are now hiring to support these projects.
Specialist - IBM DeepSense high performance computing platform based in Halifax at Dalhousie University.
This role is for a cross-team specialist who will support the Platform. The selected candidate will be part of a team based at Dalhousie 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 support economic growth and prosperity for the industries of the ocean.
• Assist research teams in making effective use of the DeepSense computing platform and associated technologies.
• Develop and optimize analytic models and associated software assets to support collaborative projects between research and industry partners
• Parallel-programming assistance on IBM Power servers including GPU accelerated systems, and to a lesser extent x86 clusters
• 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
Required Technical and Professional Expertise
PhD in quantitative science or engineering (e.g. Computer Science, Astrophysics, Computational biology, Computational chemistry/physics) are preferred.
Minimum 3 years of experience in using and developing large-scale parallel scientific applications making use of both MPI and OpenMP for parallellization
Experience with GPU accelerators and programming in CUDA and/or OpenCL
Experience and understanding scientific numerical codes, compilers, code optimization, Linux kernel & OS
Knowledge of data science techniques and associated programming languages such as Python, R, Java and Scala
Proven communication skills, both written and verbal
Preferred Tech and Prof Experience
Doctorate Degree in Engineering (Computer Science)
At least 6 months experience in multi-disciplinary projects where team has a diverse set of domain expertise
At least 6 months experience in working directly with clients and/or industry partners
Experience in research and development environment
Linux systems administration
Cluster management & Cluster scheduling
Parallel filesystems such as GPFS
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