We are looking for a Postdoctoral Research Fellow to join the group in High-Performance Computing at ANU.
The Postdoc will conduct leading-edge research on the development and optimization of computational chemistry algorithms for the most powerful supercomputers in the world, contributing with high-performance software for the Pawsey Center for Extreme-scale Readiness (PaCER), the Australasian Leadership Computing Grant and the US GAMESS Exascale Computing Project.
We will soon post the position on the official ANU website.
Graduate positions and other supervised research
We are always seeking talented and students for undergraduate, Honours, and PhD positions within the group.
For PhD positions, at the moment fully funded scholarships are available as well as top-up scholarships based on merit.
If you are interested in joining the group, please read the following guidelines to express your interest.
If you are an ANU undergraduate or masters' student interested in Honours, we have various existing projects ideas in HPC and computational science: please refer to the research projects on this page to confirm your interest in our research. As long as it aligns with my research directions, we are also happy for you to propose your own project. Therefore, email Giuseppe to express your interest, including background information (e.g., courses taken, academic transcript, and programming skills) and a concise statement about the research that you would like to undertake.
If you are a prospective PhD student: we expect you to have excellent programming and mathematical skills, ideally with some prior experience in scientific computation and/or HPC. You should have good English proficiency, strong programming skills in C/C++, some familiarity with MPI, OpenMP and/or CUDA, and with version control (GitHub or SVN). If you meet these requirements, email Giuseppe to express your interest!
How to apply for a PhD position: After reading paragraph 3, write your email with care, avoiding carelessness or obvious mistakes. Include in the email background information (e.g., courses taken, academic transcript, and programming skills) and a concise statement about your motivation to undertake a PhD under Giuseppe's supervision. Based on your email, we will decide whether we can proceed with an interview.