As one of Europe's leading facilities for high-performance computing, HLRS is a diverse community of scientists, engineers, and other professionals focused on discovering and developing new applications of powerful digital technologies and computer science methods.
The High-Performance Computing Center Stuttgart has been successful due to the creativity, skills, and hard work of our talented employees. If you have related expertise and interests, we want to hear from you!
HLRS is always looking for experienced staff and new talent, particularly potential recruits with a background in high-performance computing, big data / data analytics, cloud computing, and other relevant fields of expertise. If you are interested in working with HLRS — even if no concrete job opening currently exists in your field of interest — we would be glad to hear from you. Please contact us with the following information:
Please e-mail this information as a PDF file to bewerbungen(at)hlrs.de.
If a suitable position becomes available, we will contact you and will invite you for a job interview at that time. If you have further questions, you can also contact us at this address.
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HLRS is a central institution of the University of Stuttgart and a public institution, meaning that it is able to provide a comprehensive salary and benefits package that rewards the contributions of its employees. We offer:
HLRS also fosters a positive, collegial work environment, and promotes socialization among employees by organizing biannual staff parties and an annual off-site field trip.
HLRS is a leader in high-performance computing because it welcomes the experience and expertise of employees from around the world. Indeed, HLRS is proud that its staff members come from more than 15 countries. This fosters a dynamic, multicultural work environment in which cultural exchange is welcome and valued.
Although knowledge of the German language is advantageous, communication at HLRS also regularly takes place in English, facilitating a quick exchange of expertise and ideas among employees from different backgrounds.
HLRS welcomes applications from all individuals, regardless of gender, race, national origin, sexual orientation, age, or disability status.
We are committed to increasing the number of women pursuing careers in the sciences, and strongly encourage qualified women to apply. In some cases, it may be possible to accommodate individual needs such as child-raising responsibilities by changing full-time positions into part-time positions.
HLRS also gives priority to disabled applicants whose qualifications are equivalent to those of other applicants.
HLRS staff scientists participate in dozens of research projects investigating new applications of high-performance computing and related technologies. Learn more about our current activities.
HLRS is well networked internationally. We participate in dozens of collaborative research projects, working closely with academic and industrial team members from across Europe to address key problems facing the future of high-performance computing. For our employees this can lead to opportunities to make connections outside of HLRS that can aid career advancement.
Additionally, HLRS has formal collaboration agreements with leading high-performance computing centers in Asia and the United States, offering opportunities for knowledge sharing through periodic meetings and staff exchange programs.
Stuttgart is the capital city of the state of Baden-Württemberg and one of Germany's most important technology hubs. Home to major international brands including Daimler, Porsche, and Bosch, the region is also distinguished by its large community of small and medium-sized high-tech companies, which constitute a major engine powering Germany's prosperity. Among the leading industries in the region are mobility, aerospace, engineering, finance, IT, media, and the creative industries.
With a population of approximately 600,000, Stuttgart has for decades been one of Germany's most multicultural cities, priding itself on welcoming people from all over the world. It is also known for being a family-friendly city, with many facilities and programs for children and families.
In addition to being an economic powerhouse, Stuttgart is one of Germany's top cities for arts and culture. In 2018 it was for the fourth time ranked number one among all German cities for its wide range of cultural offerings, including some of Europe's leading theaters and museums. Dozens of popular music, film, theater, and food festivals also take place here every year, meaning that there are always stimulating and enjoyable ways to spend your free time.
Stuttgart's cosmopolitan flair is matched by its closeness to nature. The city center contains several large parks, and is surrounded by hills topped with forested nature preserves, vineyards, and majestic views. Also nearby are the Swabian Jura and the Black Forest, which offer quaint half-timbered towns as well as invigorating opportunities for outdoor sports. For longer weekends and vacations, the high peaks of the Swiss and Austrian Alps can be reached in just a few hours.
High-Performance Computing Center Stuttgart
Nobelstraße 19, 70569 Stuttgart, Germany
+49 (0) 711 / 685-87 209
A member of the Gauss Centre for Supercomputing, HLRS is one of three German national centers for high-performance computing.
HLRS is a central unit of the University of Stuttgart.