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October 5th, 2007
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Looking for a post-doc position HPC or Computational Chemistry?
http://aaas.sciencecareers.org/js.php?view=&qcompid=&qlookidu=&qComp=High%20Performance%20Technologies%2C%20Inc.;qSort=

Location is actually almost any Army research center, not just Aberdeen...Please pass this on to anyone you think might be eligible and interested.  Oh, and as a favor to me and my bank account DO ask them to e-mail me with their interest and resume instead of applying via the web-site.  [ happypete (at) livejournal (dot) com ] will work.  K? Thx.  As a thank you for passing this on, I'll give $150 to you or the charity of your choice if they apply and are hired--make sure they say who sent them to me!

From the posting:  Army research areas require specializations in any of the following computational science areas:

Fluid Dynamics Structural Mechanics Networks & Information Sciences
Molecular Dynamics Materials Sciences Advanced Algorithmic Development
Bioinformatics HPC Enabling Technologies Nanotechnologies
Sensor Modeling Numerical Analysis

Postdoctoral Staff Scientists will be responsible for:
• Conducting basic research with Consortium university partners in Army research project areas
• Communicating to the Consortium the ongoing challenges and various research thrusts at Army Sites and related computational sciences and HPC needs
• Promoting the use of computational technologies and tools and transitioning Consortium research to Army scientists and various Army research sites
• Leading the transition and insertion of the Consortium's research to the Army and promoting HPC education and training opportunities to Army and researchers within their portfolios
• Participating in the education and outreach activities of the Consortium and communicating these activities to Army researchers at Army Sites
• Developing new opportunities to utilize HPC resources and evangelizing the use of computational sciences and engineering by the Army
• Managing their research activities in support of the Army's research objectives

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