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Postdoctoral Research Position in High Performance Computing Tools (HPCTools) group in Computer Science Department

Summary: Postdoctoral Research Position in High Performance Computing Tools
(HPCTools) group in Computer Science Department
A postdoctoral research position is available in the High Performance Computing Tools
(HPCTools) group under the supervision of Dr. Barbara Chapman.
The overarching goal of our research and development is to make it easier for application
developers to exploit new hardware, and to obtain the highest levels of program performance
on a broad range of emerging computers. Our range of sponsored projects encompasses
problems related to programming new and emerging hardware, from petascale and exascale
computers, particularly with respect to the challenge of exploiting highly parallel and potentially
heterogeneous nodes, all the way to the design of more productive programming interfaces for
creating high-performance embedded applications. We are interested in all aspects of language
design, innovative compiler techniques and advances in runtime technology. One area of
specific additional interest is in technologies for improved interoperability between compilers,
their runtimes, and other software in the development and execution environments.
Applications are sought from qualified researchers who have completed a Ph.D. or are close to
completion of a Ph.D. in areas related to the design, implementation and uptake of
programming models for current and emerging computer systems. We expect that the
successful applicants will be capable of independent research and will perform work supported
by one or more of our existing grants. He or she will contribute to research publications and
prepare materials to support new grant proposals, interact with our external partners, and


Source: Azevedo, Ricardo - Department of Biology and Biochemistry, University of Houston


Collections: Biology and Medicine; Environmental Sciences and Ecology