Oden Institute Job Opportunities

Oden Institute for Computational Engineering and Sciences at the University of Texas at Austin is seeking outstanding individuals for the following positions:

Post-doctoral positions in the Giustino Research Group

Applications are invited for two Postdoctoral Research Fellowships in the Giustino Research Group at the Oden Institute for Computational and Engineering Sciences, University of Texas at Austin.

We are looking for two candidates to work in the following areas, respectively:

  1. Ab initio design of perovskites for photovoltaics and optoelectronics;
  2. Theory of electron-phonon interactions, polarons, and electron transport.

Both positions are for up to three years, with a start date preferably in September.
The successful candidate will have a solid knowledge of electronic structure methods and condensed matter theory, and will be familiar with density-functional theory codes.

For position (1) on perovskites, previous experience with GW/BSE calculations is desirable. For position (2) on electron-phonon physics, previous experience with lattice dynamics is required, and familiarity with Fortran/MPI programming and many-body Green’s function methods is desirable.

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Tenure-Track Assistant Professor Position, Interfaces of Data Science and Computational Science

The Oden Institute at The University of Texas at Austin is an interdisciplinary research and education institute focused on transforming science, engineering, and medicine through computation. The The Oden Institute research is building the mathematical and statistical foundations for predictive science, data science, and machine learning; developing next-generation computational science on advanced computing platforms; and addressing grand challenges in science, engineering, and medicine through computational modeling, scalable algorithms, and high-performance computing. Full details of our Institute are available at https://www.oden.utexas.edu/.

The Oden Institute invites applicants for a tenure-track faculty position at the interfaces of Data Science and Computational Science. Areas of interest include, but are not limited to, computational statistics, machine learning, graph theory, randomized linear algebra, and tensor methods. Candidates should have a strong connection to challenging applications in science, engineering and/or medicine. Candidates should be committed to establishing an interdisciplinary research program at the intersection of advanced mathematical, statistical, and computational techniques, high-performance computing, and target applications.

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Tenure-Track Assistant Professor Position, Computational Medicine

The Oden Institute for Computational Engineering and Sciences at The University of Texas at Austin is an interdisciplinary research and education institute focused on transforming science, engineering, and medicine through computation. The Oden Institute research is building the mathematical and statistical foundations for predictive science, data science, and machine learning; developing next-generation computational science on advanced computing platforms; and addressing grand challenges in science, engineering, and medicine through computational modeling, scalable algorithms, and high-performance computing. Full details of our Institute are available at https://www.oden.utexas.edu/.

The Oden Institute invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position at the Assistant Professor level in the area of Computational Medicine. Areas of interest include, but are not limited to, computational oncology, computational cardiology, computational neurosciences, and imaging science. Candidates should be committed to establishing an interdisciplinary research program at the intersection of target medical problems and advanced mathematical, statistical, and computational techniques. The successful candidate will be appointed in an appropriate department at UT, depending on their research and teaching interests. This includes the possibility of an appointment at the new Dell Medical School.

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Postdoctoral Research Fellowships

Applications are invited for two Postdoctoral Research Fellowships in the Oden Institute for Computational and Engineering Sciences at The University of Texas at Austin, in the research group of Gunnar Martinsson. Current areas of activity in the group include: Randomized methods for matrix computations and data analysis, fast direct solvers for elliptic PDEs, boundary integral equation methods, multidomain spectral methods, high-order methods for parabolic PDEs, and computational fluid dynamics.

The positions are available to be filled immediately, but start date is flexible. The duration of the positions would normally be between 2 and 3 years, but there is flexibility on this point in either direction. Applications submitted before November 15 will receive full consideration, but the search will remain open until both positions have been filled.

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Oden Institute Postdoctoral Research Position in Computational Oncology

Applications are invited for a Postdoctoral Research Fellowship in the Oden Institute for Computational and Engineering Sciences at The University of Texas at Austin. The openings are for post-doctoral scholars to develop algorithms and techniques for modeling and predicting tumor growth and treatment response. The successful applicant(s) will join a highly collaborative, multi-disciplinary team (The Tumor Modeling Group, led by Dr. Tom Yankeelov) and have the opportunity to work on all aspects of tumor modeling, from theory to experiment.

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Oden Institute Postdoctoral Fellowship

The Oden Institute believes postdoctoral researchers are vital to the Institute's work. As a result, an endowment was donated as funding for the Oden Institute Postdoctoral Fellowship Program. The generous fund allows the Oden Institute to attract outstanding computational scientists who have recently completed doctoral studies in areas relevant to research conducted at the Institute. Fellowship stipends are approximately $60,000 per year. In addition, fellows receive UT employee benefits and relocation expenses up to $1,000. Under the terms of the endowment, preference is given to applicants who are U.S. citizens, but qualified foreign students will also be considered.

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Moncrief Faculty Positions

The Oden Institute for Computational Engineering and Sciences at The University of Texas at Austin announces the creation of a comprehensive initiative to bring advances in computer modeling and simulation to bear on the scientific and engineering Grand Challenges that affect our nation's well-being and competitiveness.

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