Tech-X Corporation is seeking computational scientists with a background in plasma and/or beam physics and/or fluid dynamics. Tech-X has stable funding for both basic research and the development of computational products. We are interested in candidates at all levels, from new Ph.D. graduates to more senior candidates capable of defining and leading a research program. The selected candidate(s) will be instrumental to Tech-X’s path forward.
Develop algorithms and methodologies applicable to high-performance computation for electromagnetics and plasmas, particle-in-cell, collisional processes, and/or fluid dynamics methods;
Work with a team to implement new capabilities within the Tech-X software;
Define and develop research programs.
One or more numerical methods for physics simulations. These can include, but are not limited to FDTD, particle-in-cell methods, Monte Carlo methods, and embedded boundary methods;
Object-oriented programming, preferably in C++
One or more of the following research areas: Plasma Physics, Electromagnetics of Structures, Lasers, Photonics, Semiconductor Devices, or Particle Accelerators;
Ability to communicate science and engineering concepts to knowledgeable colleagues;
Ability to work within a small company and directly across functions within the company.
Cross-platform software development with a build system such as CMake
Parallel programming with one or more of the following methods: Distributed memory (MPI), multithreading, vector instructions, or GPU computing
Collaborative software development and/or source-code control systems
Ph.D. in Physics, Applied Mathematics, Computational science, or Engineering
Located in Boulder, Colorado, Tech-X Corporation specializes in computational science and engineering using new software development paradigms. Our work is aimed at understanding physics via modern computational methods, high-performance computing, advanced visualization, and distributed computing technologies
About Tech-X Corporation
Located in Boulder, Colorado, Tech-X Corporation specializes in computational science and engineering using new software development paradigms. Our work is aimed at understanding physics via modern computational methods, high-performance computing, advanced visualization, and distributed computing technologies.
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