Six Positions at Center for Computational Science
Stony Brook University seeks candidates with outstanding potential for six tenure-track or tenure positions in the area of large-scale computational science. The University is in the process of acquiring a large (100 Teraflops class) supercomputer to serve as the core hardware for a newly formed New York Center for Computational Science (NYCCS). NYCCS will provide a home for supercomputing at Stony Brook University and Brookhaven National Laboratory.
Promising scientists who can demonstrate expertise and interest in high-performance computing and/or its utilization are urged to apply. The University will conduct a broad search ranging from traditional computational areas such as those in the physical and life sciences to emerging areas such as those in the social sciences. A successful candidate will hold a faculty position in a Stony Brook department relevant to his/her interests and will be affiliated with the newly formed New York State Center for Computational Science. The review of materials will begin December 15, 2006 and continue until the six positions are filled.
For more information: Visit the New York State Center for Computational Science web site at www.stonybrook.edu/nyccs.
Required: Ph.D., outstanding research and teaching potential, plus experience in large-scale computational science.
To apply: Please send a resume, a statement of research and career goals, a statement of teaching goals, the proposed Stony Brook departmental affiliation, and the name, institutional address, and email address of three references. For online application visit: www.stonybrook.edu/cjo, posting number F-3191-06-11. Please request that references send letters to the NYCCS Search Committee address below.
Send written materials to: NYCCS Search Committee, Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY 11794-1401. Please reference the posting number F-3191-06-11.
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