The COSIM team seeks a staff scientist to work on a broad range of climate science activities in computational physics, computational science, high-performance computing, advanced programming models and analyses of coupled system dynamics.
The Postdoctoral (Postdoc) Program offers the opportunity for appointees to perform research in a scientifically rich research and development environment, present and publish research, and contribute to the research.
The position will also involve validation of these models, including performing detailed code comparisons. The successful candidate is expected to work effectively in a multi-disciplinary team, implement models and methods in xRAGE, and publish and present results.
The Advanced network Science Initiative (ANSI) is looking for outstanding postdoctoral researchers in the fields of applied mathematics, statistics, computational science, operations research, electrical engineering, and control theory.
Experience with measurement, characterization, and simulation of properties and responses of materials in extreme environments, which can include irradiation, pressure, corrosion, high magnetic field, or non-ambient temperature environments.
The successful candidate is to join our T-1 Group; however, the work involves collaborations from other LANL groups and divisions. She/he will work on developing and applying novel methods and computational techniques for large dataset analysis based onmachine learning methods.
The primary purpose of this position is to characterize wind turbine wake dynamics and in-flow turbulence in wind farms with HIGRAD/FIRETEC-WindBlade, LANL's atmospheric CFD and wind turbine dynamics model.
The postdoc researcher will conduct fundamental, applied, and interdisciplinary research towards improving predictive capabilities of Computational Multi-Fluid Dynamics (CMFD) approaches to modeling multiphase flow phenomena. Emphasis.
The Scientist 3 will be responsible for leading research areas and broad set of activities across several scientific disciplines in support of research and development (R&D;) science specifically related to DSW R&D; and the Weapons Program.
The successful candidate will take on primary responsibility at the working level for manufacturing science and technology in the forming, machining, foundry, welding, corrosion, or electrochemistry sections of Sigma Division. In addition, this individual will be responsible for capturing knowledge and modernizing operations.
The successful candidate will take on primary responsibility at the working level for manufacturing science and technology in the forming, machining, foundry, welding, corrosion, or electrochemistry sections.