LANL Seeks Metropolis Postdoctoral Fellowship Candidates
Creators of the postdoctoral fellowship program named after Dr. Nicholas C. Metropolis, the Advanced Simulation & Computing (ASC) Program is seeking outstanding postdoctoral research candidates in the main areas of interest to the ASC Program including multiphysics simulation codes, computer science and system development, physics and engineering models, advanced computing architectures, and verification and validation methodology. Nicholas Metropolis is best remembered as one of the founding fathers, along with Stan Ulam and John von Neumann, of the Monte Carlo method. He came to Los Alamos during the Manhattan Project and spent most of his career there. For more information please see http://www.lanl.gov/careers/career-options/jobs/index.php. Click on View EXTERNAL jobs and search for job #IRC11949 (for uncleared candidates) and job #IRC11950 (for candidates who must be able to obtain a Department of Energy Q clearance). For technical questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Deadline for submitting an application to be considered during the January 2013 quarterly review is November 28, 2012.