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    Opportunity: Computational Project Scientist (#75269) @ Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory -- Berkeley, CA (US)
    Submitted by Jeff Todd; posted on Monday, November 05, 2012



    This NIH-funded Project Scientist position is available immediately to join the Computational Crystallography group at LBNL, where the focus is to develop methods to process the massive data sets now being produced at both synchrotron sources and X-ray free-electron lasers. We will target new algorithms for physics-based modeling of the diffraction data, and experiment with new computational hardware (GPUs). The end product will be new open-source software that will be pushed out to light sources worldwide in collaboration with numerous international partners.


    We seek Ph.D. scientist candidates with extensive experience in computational and/or experimental crystallography as well as those from more general diffraction or bioimaging backgrounds. We particularly encourage strong mathematical intuition and a track record of bringing new ideas and tools to fruition.


    For full consideration, follow the link to the job posting and apply directly to Berkeley Lab. As part of the online application process, please complete a profile, including uploading attachments relevant to the opportunity. Be sure to reference where you found the position (Bioinformatics.Org).


    Berkeley Lab is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer committed to the development of a diverse workforce.[...]75269

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