Researcher/postdoc position is available within the Arctic Technology field at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) in Trondheim.
A research fellowship/postdoc position is vacant within the research project “Dynamic Positioning in Ice”, funded by the Norwegian Research Council and the industry. In this position you will be responsible for the development of high-performance physical modelling and simulation software within the Arctic Technology field. A high level of communication and collaboration with several research groups in Norway is implied. Professor Sveinung Løset is leading the project at NTNU.Qualifications
You should possess a Master of Science degree in Applied Math/Computer Science/Physics (a PhD degree is preferred). Professional qualifications include:
● Minimum of two years of working experience in C/C++ either on Windows or Linux platforms
● Excellent communication skills in English language
● Ability to function in a team environment yet be ready to succeed in selfdirected work environment
Additional qualifications include:
● Physics engine programming skills, such as Bullet Physics or NVIDIA PhysX
● Experience in HPC programming. Especially CUDA, OpenMP, MPI, OpenCL technologies
● GPU programming and hybrid computing skills
● Experience in HPC cluster installation and maintenance
● Fluency in scripting languages, Python is preferred
● Ice physics and ice mechanics knowledge will be an additional advantageContact details
: Ivan Metrikin, firstname.lastname@example.org
, office + 47 735 94 971/mobile + 47 451 27 693Salary, employment conditions
Research fellows/postdocs are remunerated in code 1017, grade 48-56 on the Norwegian State salary scale, gross NOK 391 100 to NOK 448 100 per year (before tax). Researchers are normally remunerated at wage level 48. There will be a 2 % deduction to the Norwegian Public Service Pension Fund from gross salary. The engagement is to be made in accordance with the regulations in force
concerning State Employees and Civil Servants.
The fellowship is awarded for 2 years.
The position adheres to the Norwegian Government’s policy of balanced ethnicity, age and gender. Persons with immigrant background are encouraged to apply. NTNU’s objective is to increase the number of females in scientific positions. Female applicants are therefore encouraged to apply.
The application must contain information of educational background and work experience. Application is to be submitted via email to email@example.com