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Research Programmer in Computational Mechanics

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The Computational Science and Engineering Program of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign is seeking highly qualified candidates for two research programmer positions. The positions are in the general area of Computational Solid Mechanics. Successful candidates will develop and implement parallel computational tools. Candidates should be able to interact with faculty and students from a wide variety of UI engineering and science departments, and be prepared to work closely with U.S. government and industry researchers.

Qualifications:
1. M.S. or Ph.D. in Computer Science, Mechanical Engineering, Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, Applied Mathematics, Physics or related engineering or science discipline
2. Knowledge of numerical methods and basic solid mechanics
3. Knowledge of C/C++, Fortran90 and MPI programming languages, and
Linux/UNIX operating system
4. Experience in parallel programming (strongly preferred)
5. U.S. citizenship or permanent resident status

Salary is competitive and will be commensurate with experience and qualifications. (More-senior applicants may be eligible for the “Principal Research Programmer” title and compensation. Principal Research Programmer requires five or more years of directly applicable experience.)

Closing Date: Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the positions are filled.

Contact: Interested applicants should send a CV, names of at least three references, and a summary of recent work. All applications should be submitted (paperless process) as a single PDF document to:

Dr. Karel Matous
E-mail: matous@uiuc.edu
WWW: http://www.csar.uiuc.edu/~matous/
WWW: http://www.cse.uiuc.edu
          http://www.csar.uiuc.edu

The University of Illinois is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer and Educator. Applications from women and underrepresented minorities are especially welcomed.

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