Навчання за PhD-програмою в Швеції
Випускник факультету прикладної математики та інформатики, аспірант факультету, який захистив дисертацію в Німеччині, працював в Університеті Сорбонни, нині доцент Університету Умео (Швеція) д-р Якимчук Р.П. запрошує випускників університету на навчання за PhD-програмою.
PhD student in Computing Science with focus on Sustainable Algorithmic Solutions at Umeå University, Department of Computing Science
Umeå University is one of Sweden’s largest institutions of higher education with over 35,000 students and 4,200 faculty and staff. We are characterized by world-leading research in several scientific fields and a multitude of educations ranked highly in international comparison. Umeå University is also the site of the pioneering discovery of the CRISPR-Cas9 genetic scissors – a revolution in genetic engineering that has been awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry.
Project description: The EC-funded Center of Excellence for Exascale CFD (CEEC), which started on January 1st 2023 and runs for four years, specializes in the area of numerical simulations for turbulence.
In this project, Roman Iakymchuk leads the work on algorithmic development and enhancements for щthe consortium CFD applications. Our focus is on assuring sustainability and numerical reliability in linear algebra kernels and operations occurring in the consortium codes due to the fact that these properties are either violated or simply ignored under the parallel and cross-architectural executions.
Thanks to the usage of various auto-tuning and performance optimization strategies, these algorithms would guarantee high performance but also cross-architectures performance portability, which is a difficult task in HPC. This together with mixed-precision schemes, supported by arithmetic tools, would not only boost performance but also would ensure energy-/ time-efficient computing.
Admission requirements: The applicant should be equipped with algorithmic thinking and development (preferably from scientific computing), be a skilled programmer (C/C++ and possibly Fortran), be familiar with concepts of high-performance computing (shared memory, accelerators, distributed), as well as the relative libraries (OpenMP, MPI, CUDA). The research will be carried out in collaboration with international researchers from different disciplines, so good collaborative skills are required, and the applicant must be able to speak and write in English fluently.
Application: Applications must be submitted electronically using the e-recruitment system of Umeå University (http://s.cs.umu.se/ccjtag) no later than February 22nd, 2023.
Salary is roughly 30,000 SEK per month and we provide help to find accommodation.
For more information, contact Associate Professor Roman Iakymchuk: firstname.lastname@example.org