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 (HLRS) is the first national supercomputing center in Germany. It operates one of the fastest supercomputers in the world and provides access to supercomputers for universities and research institutions as well as industrial partners. HLRS holds a worldwide leading position in the research areas of parallel computing, cloud computing and high-performance data analysis. HLRS is also significantly involved in international and national research projects. HLRS offers a comprehensive range of training courses in the field of HPC to scientists and experts from the university environment and research institutions, but also from industry and small and medium-sized enterprises. For our department "Training and Scalable Algorithms" (TASC) we are looking for a
TASC is responsible for the development and organization of the HLRS training courses (https://www.hlrs.de/training), which are in high demand nationally and internationally. It runs and further develops existing courses, at the same time integrating new topics in HLRS’s training offer (e.g. artificial intelligence, quantum computing). You will support our team in contributing to the project “Supercomputing Akademie” and in the process of re-designing HLRS’s training concept. Your tasks:
Ideally, your profile is supplemented by:
As a member of our team you can expect:
This position is a temporary position starting on the next possible date, in accordance with the legal regulations. Employment in this position is limited to the duration of the “Supercomputing Akademie” project, which is scheduled to run until 31.12.2024. Salary for this position is based on your qualifications up to TV-L 13. When possible, HLRS is committed to supporting and retaining talented people even at the conclusion of projects. Before the project ends, HLRS will examine what possibilities might exist for extending your contract based on funding that is available at that time. Are you interested? Then we are looking forward to receiving your application! Your application should include a cover letter, your CV, your university degrees and relevant references. Please send the application preferably by email (as one PDF file) with the subject "HLRS_20_2023" to: bewerbungen(at)hlrs.de by June 18th, 2023. For questions regarding the content of the job posting, please contact kurse(at)hlrs.de. In an effort to strengthen the presence of female workers in the scientific areas, the University of Stuttgart invites women to apply for this job opening. Full-time positions may in general be turned into part-time positions. Disabled people will have priority as long as equally qualified. The recruitment process will be handled by the central administration of the University of Stuttgart. Information on the handling of applicant data in accordance with Art. 13 DS-GVO can be found at: www.uni-stuttgart.de/datenschutz/bewerbung/.
High-Performance Computing Center Stuttgart
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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.