AI News, Kalyan S Perumalla

Kalyan S Perumalla

Over the past 20 years, he has served as a principal investigator or co-principal investigator on several research projects sponsored by the Department of Energy, Department of Homeland Security, Air Force, DARPA, Army Research Laboratory, National Science Foundation, and industry.

His areas of interest include high performance computing, reversible computing, parallel discrete event simulation, parallel combinatorial optimization, scalable machine learning and artificial intelligence implementations, and computer-based modeling and simulation of large-scale man-made systems such as transportation networks, energy grids and cyberphysical systems.

His notable research contributions are in the application of reversible computation to high performance computing and in advancing the vision of a new class of supercomputing applications using real-time, parallel discrete event simulations.

High performance simulations spanning over 200,000 processor cores have been achieved by his algorithms and research prototypes on large supercomputing systems.

He has published his research and delivered invited lectures and tutorials on topics spanning high performance computing and simulation.

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Find jobs in HPC from employers who are keen to improve equality and diversity in the workplace Chalmers University of Technology The European Commission is funding the European Processor Initiative (EPI) to co-design, develop and bring on the market a European low-power microprocessor.

The research engineer will be active in the development of software runtime technologies for the scalable and low-overhead scheduling of OpenMP tasks on an heterogeneous system composed of a general purpose multicore and a manycore accelerator.

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As a part of NeSI embedded at NIWA, you will not only have the opportunity to work closely with local NIWA colleagues, but will form part of a high-performance nationally-distributed and multi-disciplinary team empowered to accelerate research outcomes for NeSI users across NZ.

AST, Data Systems, NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION (NASA), Goddard Space Flight Center The sciences and Exploration Directorate, Computational and Information Science and Technology Office, High Performance Computing Group (Code 606.2) is looking for a highly skilled lead to manage the existing environment while developing and implementing new high performance information technology solutions for science.

Argonne is a multidisciplinary science and engineering research center, where “dream teams” of world- class researchers work alongside experts from industry, academia and other government laboratories to address vital national challenges in clean energy, environment, technology and national security.

HPC software development engineers (SDEs) and their managers (SDMs) lead the charge creating new services (like AWS ParallelCluster), and also work with our silicon designers to create and support our 100Gb/s Elastic Fabric Adapter, along with the openfabrics support, which enables low latency MPI comms to support lots of tightly coupled workloads.

HPC software development engineers (SDEs) and their managers (SDMs) lead the charge creating new services (like AWS ParallelCluster), and also work with our silicon designers to create and support our 100Gb/s Elastic Fabric Adapter, along with the openfabrics support, which enables low latency MPI comms to support lots of tightly coupled workloads.

Activities include, but are not limited to: troubleshooting technical problems, fielding support requests, working with users to understand IT-related needs and develop solutions, building and configuring systems &

is an entirely new EPSRC-supported CDT which will train people to challenge current state-of-the-art in computational modelling of heterogeneous, real-world systems across a range of research themes such as nanoscale devices, new catalysts, superalloys, smart fluids, laser-plasma interactions etc.

The HetSys team are recruiting a cohort of enthusiastic students from across the physical sciences who enjoy using their mathematical skills and thinking flexibly to solve complex problems to join our new EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Modelling of Heterogeneous Systems at the University of Warwick, UK.

Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Tennessee, USA Responsibilities for this position include working closely with the project teams to design, develop, build, manage and maintain visualization and analysis software on high end computing systems.

FTG works at the cutting edge of computer architecture, codesigning and evaluating technologies for future systems including quantum computing, neuromorphic computing, heterogeneous computing with GPUs and FPGAs, nonvolatile memory, and alternative programming models and systems software.

FTG works at the cutting edge of computer architecture, codesigning and evaluating technologies for future systems including quantum computing, neuromorphic computing, heterogeneous computing with GPUs and FPGAs, nonvolatile memory, and alternative programming models and systems software.

technical questions, contact Jay Jay Billings, billingsjj@ornl.gov Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Tennessee, USA Oak Ridge National Laboratory is seeking research scientists in the areas of data science including data workflows processing, machine learning (ML) and deep learning (DL) at scale.  We are a leader in computational and computer science, with signature strengths in high-performance computing and data analytics with applications in a large variety of science domains.  This position is for the Advanced Data and Workflow Group in the Oak Ridge Leadership Computing Facility (OLCF) which welcomes creative scientists and engineers with a willingness to learn.

technical questions, contact Arjun Shankar, shankarm@ornl.gov Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Tennessee, USA Research duties of the position include design and analysis of parallel discrete algorithms, development of proof-of-concept research tools, computational experimentation on high-end parallel machines, publication in scholarly venues, and delivering results to sponsors.

Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Tennessee, USA As a research scientist in our group, you will have the opportunity to perform research and development in advancing discrete mathematics-based high-end parallel and distributed computing solutions in a range of scientific applications and man-made systems.

The scientific and technical methods include discrete structures, network coding, graph analysis, simulation, optimization, and scalable machine learning with application to man-made systems such as energy grids and cyber-physical systems.  Also of interest is research in novel computing systems with emphasis on discrete mathematics-based algorithms for quantum networking, network security, fault tolerance, accelerated architectures and scalable middleware.

Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Tennessee, USA Responsibilities for this position include working closely with the project teams to design, develop, build, manage and maintain visualization and analysis software on high end computing systems.

FTG works at the cutting edge of computer architecture, codesigning and evaluating technologies for future systems including quantum computing, neuromorphic computing, heterogeneous computing with GPUs and FPGAs, nonvolatile memory, and alternative programming models and systems software.

For a complete description and to apply, visit http://jobs.ornl.gov For technical questions, contact Dr. Jeffrey Vetter, vetter@ornl.gov Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Tennessee, USA The Future Technologies group and Experimental Computing Laboratory (ExCL) at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) seeks highly-motivated ) seeks highly-motivated computer scientists to explore the architectures of and software systems for future extreme-scale high-end computer systems.

FTG works at the cutting edge of computer architecture, codesigning and evaluating technologies for future systems including quantum computing, neuromorphic computing, heterogeneous computing with GPUs and FPGAs, nonvolatile memory, and alternative programming models and systems software.

Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Tennessee, USA Oak Ridge National Laboratory is seeking research scientists in the areas of data science including data workflows processing, machine learning (ML) and deep learning (DL) at scale.  We are a leader in computational and computer science, with signature strengths in high-performance computing and data analytics with applications in a large variety of science domains.  This position is for the Advanced Data and Workflow Group in the Oak Ridge Leadership Computing Facility (OLCF) which welcomes creative scientists and engineers with a willingness to learn.

Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Tennessee, USA Research duties of the position include design and analysis of parallel discrete algorithms, development of proof-of-concept research tools, computational experimentation on high-end parallel machines, publication in scholarly venues, and delivering results to sponsors.

Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Tennessee, USA As a research scientist in our group, you will have the opportunity to perform research and development in advancing discrete mathematics-based high-end parallel and distributed computing solutions in a range of scientific applications and man-made systems.

The scientific and technical methods include discrete structures, network coding, graph analysis, simulation, optimization, and scalable machine learning with application to man-made systems such as energy grids and cyber-physical systems.  Also of interest is research in novel computing systems with emphasis on discrete mathematics-based algorithms for quantum networking, network security, fault tolerance, accelerated architectures and scalable middleware.

technical questions, contact Neena Imam, imamn@ornl.gov Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Tennessee, USA We are seeking to build a team of Performance Engineers who will serve as liaisons between the National Center for Computational Sciences (NCCS) and the users of the NCCS leadership computing resources, particularly Exascale Computing Project application development teams and will collaborate with the ECP application teams as they ready their software applications for the OLCF Exascale computer Frontier.  These positions reside in the Scientific Computing Group in the National Center for Computational Sciences at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL).

KDI is comprised of multiple tenants performing research and analytics with Health Care data using high performance parallel compute, and an array of specialized computational appliances providing rare capabilities in data, such as graph analytics and deep learning vital to a variety of scientific domains.

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In concert with the CSE Division staff and with broad national and international collaboration, the successful candidate will create and execute an imaginative and far-sighted research program that will define long-term directions for high-end computing for the laboratory and the nation.

Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Tennessee, USA As a postdoctoral researcher in the Computational Data Analytics (CDA) Group at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL), you will help solve some of the most pressing national challenges.  We are looking for creative, independent thinkers who enjoy collaborating with other data science researchers as well as applied domain experts.  We value individuals with a strong work ethic and a willingness to learn, apply, and contribute to the latest advances in data visualization and data science.  The overarching goal for this position is to make fundamental data science contributions in the context of real-world applications.  You will work closely with other data visualization experts as well as a team of data analytics researchers.  Example projects include designing new visual representations for large and complex scientific datasets, developing visualizations to explain artificial intelligence algorithms, and building visual analytics systems that combine machine learning with interactive data visualization techniques.

This position will bring novel thinking, teamwork, and discovery to the challenge of finding new approaches for analyzing massive data, collaborating with worldwide experts, and publishing innovative results.

These problems include exploring computing beyond Moore’s Law, discovering new data analytics methods using neuromorphic, quantum, and high-performance computing, and exploring the boundaries between neuromorphic and quantum computing.  CDA scientists are changing the world with their research.

Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Tennessee, USA Oak Ridge National Laboratory is seeking postdoctoral research associates in the areas of data science including data workflows processing, machine learning (ML) and deep learning (DL) at scale.  We are a leader in computational and computer science, with signature strengths in high-performance computing and data analytics with applications in a large variety of science domains.  This position is within the Advanced Data and Workflow Group in the Oak Ridge Leadership Computing Facility (OLCF) which welcomes creative scientists and engineers with a willingness to learn.

technical questions, contact Arjun Shankar, shankarm@ornl.gov Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Tennessee, USA We are seeking Postdoctoral Research Associates who will focus on research into programming systems for high-performance parallel computers.  The positions reside in the Computer Science Research Group in the Computer Science and Mathematics Division (CSMD) at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL). The Computer Science Research (CSR) Group addresses challenges in technical computing at the largest scales, especially scientific and engineering modeling and simulation, from a computer science perspective.  We research, develop, and deploy solutions in parallel and distribute programming environments, system software, and the engineering of scientific software with the goal of making current and future high-end computer systems more productive and more usable.  Our work is motivated and validated by close collaboration with scientific application teams.

Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Tennessee, USA The Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) seeks postdoctoral researchers experienced in all areas research related to data analytics, including: machine learning, deep learning, artificial intelligence, natural language processing, inverse problems, and tomography.   We are specifically interested in research focused on the development of new tools and methods that can be used to analyze large and complex scientific data using novel computer architectures such as high performance, neuromorphic, and quantum computing.

We develop and deploy leading edge computing and information technology capabilities to keep computational sciences at a level comparable to experimental sciences in the pursuit of scientific discovery and technical innovation.

The specific research tasks will involve the porting and scaling of existing, as well as newly developed, domain relevant algorithms to high performance computing environments with a particular focus on GPU-based architectures.

technical questions, contact Arjun Shankar, shankarm@ornl.gov Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Tennessee, USA  Oak Ridge National Laboratory is seeking postdoctoral research associates in the areas of artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML) and statistics.  Oak Ridge National Laboratory is a leader in computational and computer science, with unique strengths in high-performance computing and data analytics with applications to the physical and biological sciences.

The Numerical Algorithms Group The candidate should have the following and desire to develop further: The following characteristics are desirable but not essential, training will be provided where appropriate: The role will encompass: Salary and benefits: Salary will be commensurate with experience, you will also enjoy a defined benefit pension plan, medical insurance and generous holiday entitlement.

You should be excited by the opportunity to develop novel technology solutions to real world problems, working effectively with industry and technology partners from a range of sectors and disciplines to deliver successful solutions.

You will be leading delivery on work packages for exciting projects such as the EuroEXA project, to design an exascale supercomputer by building the petascale prototype (https://euroexa.eu), and the VIMMP project, to build a marketplace for all aspects of virtual materials modelling.

WSU faculty are leaders in scientific research computing in diverse areas including computational physics and chemistry, genomics, materials science, atmospheric and environment sciences, and agriculture and natural resources.

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory The National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center (NERSC, http://www.nersc.gov/about/) at Berkeley Lab (https://www.lbl.gov/) seeks highly motivated postdocs to join the NERSC Exascale Science Application Program (NESAP, https://www.nersc.gov/users/application-performance/nesap/).  NESAP postdocs collaborate with scientific teams to enable the solution of deep, meaningful problems across all program areas (https://science.energy.gov/programs/) funded by the Department of Energy Office of Science (https://science.energy.gov/).

There are frequent opportunities for collaborative work with scientists and staff within the group (for instance with scientists designing and operating our high-speed networking infrastructure) or with scientists from other groups, including close collaborative research opportunities with LANL’s Ultrascale Systems Research Center (USRC), to help drive cutting edge advances.

You will also be working closely with scientists across the Laboratory to help them adopt cloud technologies where appropriate and also to develop new cloud technologies to meet new scientific workload requirements.