The Lincoln Laboratory Supercomputing Center (LLSC) provides supercomputing to more than 1000 users across Lincoln Laboratory and to many collaborators on the MIT campus. The LLSC conducts pioneering research in high performance computing and big data technologies and has established itself as the world leader in interactive supercomputing. The LLSC mission is to address supercomputing needs across all Lincoln Laboratory missions, develop new supercomputing capabilities and technologies, and spawn closer collaborations with the MIT campus. The LLSC creates world-class supercomputing assets and collaborates with brilliant MIT engineers, scientists, faculty, and students to use our capabilities to conduct research in diverse fields such as space observations, robotic vehicles, communications, cyber security, machine learning, sensor processing, electronic devices, bioinformatics, and air traffic control. The Lincoln Laboratory Supercomputing Center (LLSC) team is a world leader in interactive supercomputing, big data technologies, and online education. Our team analyzes, architects, builds, and transitions technology, algorithms, and systems to our user base of 1000+ brilliant MIT researchers. We develop leading edge, supercomputing solutions to satisfy the Nation's most difficult problems. Our supercomputing team is completely vertically integrated and we innovate at every level of the supercomputing system from reducing the environmental impact of our systems with innovative data center technologies to collaborating with world-class cyber security experts to make our systems more resilient, from developing revolutionary programming environments to make supercomputing easier for scientists and engineers. Our supercomputing researchers publish extensively both independently and in collaboration with our users. Our team runs the largest computing conference in New England where our researchers share their research with supercomputing peers. As leading contributors, the Massachusetts Green High Performance Computing Center (the largest and greenest open research data center in the World) and the MIT Lincoln Laboratory BeaverWorks, we are well-positioned to grow our capability both technically and intellectually. We seek highly motivated computational scientists and engineers who want to lead our team and the world in developing the next generation of supercomputing technologies. Important skills include: parallel computing expertise; mathematical analysis of data across a range of applications; experience working with state-of-the-art systems; and a strong interest in publishing the results in a conferences and journals. Requirements: PhD degree in computational science, engineering or mathematics; in lieu of a PhD, a Master's with 4 or more years of relevant experience will be considered.MIT Lincoln Laboratory is an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and will not be discriminated against on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, veteran status, disability status, or genetic information; U.S. citizenship is required.
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