Parallel Programming Consultant

Paul Tucker tucker at embl-heidelberg.de
Wed Dec 14 09:09:21 EST 1994


		Parallel Programming Consultant

	The European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) in
Heidelberg is searching for an experienced scientific programmer
to work as a program advisor and trainer ofr the use of several
parallel machines in molecular biology applications. The machines
include a MasPar, a sixteen processor SGI Power Challenge and a 
AXP workstation farm coupled by a Gigaswitch. A scientific programming
background with experience in developing or porting code to parallel
architectures using shared memory or message passing is essential. The 
successful candidate will act as an advisor to users who are attempting
to port molecular biology codes to parallel machines and will organize
short training courses in parallelization. Fluency in English is
essential. Experience in molecular biology, protein crystallography 
image processing or molecular dynamics would be an advantage but not 
essential. 
	This position will be supported for two years by an EU grant however
candidates need not be residents of EU countries. Details can be
obtained from:

		Ms. Anne Cooper
		EMBL
		Postfach 10.2209
		Heidelberg, Germany.
		(Cooper at EMBL-Heidelberg.DE)




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