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Postdoctoral position in emerging Exascale technology
Candidates are invited to apply for a Post.Doc. position in emerging Exascale technology at Simula Research Laboratory in Oslo, Norway. This position will be funded by the NexaScale research project.
As a Post.Doc. candidate you will work closely with our industry partner Numascale in developing a multi-port node controller concept, as an efficient technology to build scale-up (Exascale) servers. A large international company and the University of Oslo are also partners in the project.
Simula Research Laboratory AS
Simula Research Laboratory AS is a publicly owned research institute located at Fornebu outside of Oslo, Norway. Simula has a multicultural organization, employing about 155 individuals from 35 countries. Simula conducts Information and Communication Technology (ICT) research in the fields of scientific computing, software engineering, communication technology, machine learning and cryptography. Simula's main objective is to create knowledge about fundamental scientific challenges that are of genuine value for society. This is achieved through high quality research, education of graduate students, industry collaboration, technology transfer, and commercialization. Since 2001, scientific evaluations conducted by the Research Council of Norway has repeatedly placed Simula at the forefront of international research in ICT. The most recent in-depth evaluation was published in 2017, grading research groups at Simula as excellent.
Simula is an equal opportunity employer, and women are particularly encouraged to apply.
The Post.Doc. position lasts for 24 months.
Dataflow in on- and off-chip networks in cc-Numa systems
We want to investigate optimizations for performance and resource utilization in large ASICs used for switching in custom networks of approximately 1000 CPU cores. The networks are used to maintain cache coherency in the system and key characteristics are low latency, high bandwidth, complicated protocols, short messages and multiple virtual channels.
The goal is to establish a theoretical framework to predict performance and resource utilization in networks and use this framework to optimize future product generations.
Computer architecture, modelling experience, network theory, and ASIC design.
In addition to that, having strong English written and oral communication skills, and a good ability to cooperate with others and work independently on challenging problems.
Please include a short cover letter, curriculum vitae, copies of transcripts and grades, a publication list, and up to three references in your application.
- Excellent opportunities for performing high quality research, as part of a highly competent and motivated team of international researchers and engineers;
- An informal and inclusive international working environment;
- Generous support for travel and opportunities to build international networks, through established collaboration with industry, exchange programs and research visits with other universities, and funding to attend conferences.
- Modern office facilities
- A competitive salary
- Numerous benefits: access to company cabin, BabyBonus arrangements, sponsored social events, generous equipment budgets (e.g., computer, phone and subscription), subsidized canteen meals and monthly bus pass, comprehensive travel/health insurance policy, etc.
- Relocation assistance: accommodation, visas, complimentary Norwegian language courses, etc
- Wellness and work-life balance. Our employees’ health and well-being is a priority and we encourage them to make use of our flexible work arrangements to help balance their work and home lives efficiently.
Application deadline: 31.01.2020.
However, applications will be screened continuously and a decision will be made as soon as we find the right candidates.
The starting date is preferably no later than April 1, 2020.
Enquiries regarding the position and the applications should be directed to
- Tor Skeie ([email protected])
Simula Research Laboratory uses Semac´s background check in our recruitment process.
According to the Norwegian Freedom and Information Act (Offentleglova) information about the applicant may be included in the public applicant list, also in cases where the applicant has requested non-disclosure.