Postdoctoral Appointee position in the areas of statistics, signal processing, and scientific computing connected with the recently awarded DOE project “Structural Signatures of Hidden Order in Spin-Orbit Coupled Systems”.
The position will address theory and software development in areas of interest to the applied mathematics and statistics groups. Candidates should have expertise in two or more of the following areas: Temporal and Spatial data analysis, including research-level topics in nonparametric spectrum estimation; Experience with Fourier transforms, digital signal processing techniques, and familiarity with special functions relevant to physical systems such as Bessel and Airy functions, prolate spheroidal functions, and others; Data analysis, applied statistics, sampling, including Bayesian methods and experimental design; Parallel algorithms for scientific and high-performance computing.
Considerable knowledge in one or more of the following areas: algorithms and software development for statistics and signal processing. Good proficiency levels in scientific programming languages are also required. Experience with Python, Julia, parallel computing, large-scale computational science, and materials science applications is a plus. Applicants with electrical engineering backgrounds with communications experience will also be considered. PHD required.
The application must include a curriculum vita; list of publications, abstracts, and significant presentations; and the names and addresses of three references, other than Argonne staff, who can attest to the candidate's ability and potential.
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