[asme-dtm] Postdoctoral Fellow Researcher at Autodesk Research

  • From: Seth Orsborn <sdo004@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "asme-dtm@xxxxxxxxxxxxx" <asme-dtm@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 19 Jun 2014 14:42:38 -0400

Postdoctoral Fellow Researcher at Autodesk Research

The High Performance Computing Research group is looking for a
passionate and skilled Postdoctoral Fellow to focus on numerical
analysis, engineering simulation and design optimization.

The selected candidate will research applications of high-performance
computing to engineering simulation for the purpose of accelerating
design workflows.

•       Contribute to a research program exploring application to
large-scale engineering simulation to Computer-Aided Design
•       Research, invent and implement numerical analysis algorithms to
solve engineering simulation problems, such as structural/stress
analysis, flow analysis, thermal analysis on distributed systems and
hardware accelerators
•       Architect and implement prototypes and software components with the team

•       PhD in Math, Mechanical Engineering, Computer Science or Computer
•       Excellent familiarity with linear algebra, calculus, numerical methods
•       Excellent knowledge of engineering simulation techniques such asFinite 
Element Method, Boundary Element Method, Finite Difference
Method, Finite Volume Method, Topology Optimization, their numerical
applications and implementation
•       Excellent knowledge of C/C++, parallel computing and hardware 
•       Experience with CUDA GPU programming is strongly preferred
The start date can be immediate. The duration of the appointment would
be 1 year.

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. If you are
interested, please send a CV to:

Francesco Iorio
Distinguished Research Scientist
High Performance Computing Group

210 King Street East, Suite 500
Toronto, Ontario, M5A 1J7

Direct  416-874-8529
Mobile  416-587-6181
Fax     416-369-6150

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