- The mission of the LBNL Visualization Group is to accelerate and enable scientific discovery through research, development and application of high performance software and technologies that span a diverse technical portfolio in scientific visualization, graphics, analytics, and analysis. The Visualization Group has an immediate opening for a postdoctoral fellow to work on the development of algorithms and their application to visualization and image analysis for nanoscale control of geologic CO2. Other relevant techniques include but are not limited to multivariate, temporal, large data, quantitative microscopy and statistical analysis. The person in this position will report to the Visualization Group lead and is expected to conduct original research, to perform software engineering resulting in high-quality software products for visual data exploration and analysis, to produce high-quality technical publications, and work independently on individual projects as well as part of a team on larger projects.
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- For immediate consideration, please click on the link below to be redirected to the lab website then follow the online instructions to apply. As part of the online application process, please submit a single attachment that includes both your resume and a cover letter. Please be sure to reference where you found out about the position.
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