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- Kista (Stockholm area) (
Sweden
)
Job offer ends
06 Aug 2018
The project ’Fundamental Fluctuations in Spintronics’ (supported by the Swedish Research Council) is aiming to combine sample fabrication, experimental characterization and powerful super computer simulations (eScience). Our goal is to understand and minimize the fundamental fluctuations in future spintronic devices. Spintronics is a very exciting and promising alternative to today’s advanced nano electronics. The applications are found e.g. in microwave application, our special key comptence in the research group, and also in non-volatile memories and ’digital’ logic for energy efficient computations. The eScience concept makes it feasible to study a wide range of scenarios using computational methods rather than by using time and resource hungry experiments. This approach yields a much wider freedom in the choice of scientific method while the results are still reliable since they can be benchmarked towards available experimental data. The research area is coordinated by the main supervisor and we have established collaboration with other leading reasearch groups, at KTH, in Sweden and Europe. The project builds on previous and current work by PhD candidates and master students are also part of the team. We are looking for a PhD candidate who is knowledgeable in applied experimental physics or nano technology and who also possesses a creative command of scientific computing. Examples of desired coding experience are e.g. C++, Matlab and also tools such as COMSOL Multiphysics, mumax3 and muMAG.
MAISON DE LA SIMULATION
- Paris-Saclay (
France
)
Job offer ends
17 Sep 2018
Optimisation of the simulation code TOKAM3X for tokamak plasma turbulence on many-core architectures
CEA-DEN
- Paris-Saclay (
France
)
Job offer ends
17 Sep 2018
he objective of this work is to use these three tools on GYSELA [4,5], a simulation code used to characterize the plasma dynamics in Tokamak, and PATMOS [6], a mini-app representative of a Monte Carlo neutron transport code.
CEA - Cadarache
- near Aix-en-Provence (
France
)
Job offer ends
17 Sep 2018
Tasks and fine-grained calculation, study of a powerful solution for the Gysela code