TASC, Inc. is seeking a Computational Modeling and Simulation Graduate Level Intern to join our highly skilled multi-disciplinary team of physicists, biomedical engineers, vision scientists, biologists, and other specialists. This position will be located at Joint Base San Antonio (aka Fort Sam Houston) in San Antonio, TX.
Transforming the future of technology… The qualified applicant will become part of TASC, Inc.'s Optical Radiation Effectiveness and Safety Services Program, which is a 5 year, $33M program responsible for providing biomedical research support to the Air Force Research Laboratory operating out of the of Tri-Services Research Laboratory located at Joint Base San Antonio.
Roles and Responsibilities :
- Develop models and simulations through the integration of C/C++, CUDA, OpenMP, MPI, and other computational tools to model and simulate biophysical interactions with electromagnetic emissions.
- Apply and develop post-processing tools to assist in the analysis and evaluation of data generated by both simulations and experimental studies.
- Work closely with experimental team, as required, to validate biophysical models and simulations against empirical data generated through experimental studies.
- Provide system administration support to existing Linux workstations and Beowulf cluster(s).
Preferred Qualifications :
- Experience programming C/C++ in the context of numerical analysis or computational physics.
Candidates with these desired skills will be given preferential consideration:
- Strong interest and/or experience in development of scientific software with a computational focus.
- Development experience as an intern, employee or volunteer
- Strong fundamental understanding of C++ Object Oriented Programming within a Linux environment
- Experience with any of the following: Python, bash, MPI, OpenMP, CUDA, MatLab, OpenCL, Rocks Cluster Distribution, git, Linux System Administration (e.g. Ubuntu, Fedora, RedHat, etc..)
- Bachelors of Science in Physics, Engineering, Math, Biology, Chemistry, or Computer Science.
- Enrollment as a graduate student in Physics, Engineer, Applied Math, Biology, Chemistry, or Computer Science with completed coursework in Numerical Methods.
- US Citizen with ability to obtain a Secret Clearance
Founded in 1966, TASC, Inc., helps solve complex national security and public safety challenges by providing advanced systems engineering,...