Tuesday, February 2, 2016

[DMANET] internship in optimization and bioinformatics

Bioinformatics internship
Los Alamos National Laboratory

The Information Sciences group at the Los Alamos National Laboratory has
an opening for a graduate level student to work at Los Alamos for a limited
period of time, usually 3-4 months. The starting date is negotiable. The
research will involve elements of mathematical optimization, algorithm design,
and software engineering. It will be a part of a multi-year project on
developing optimization techniques and tools for protein structure prediction.


(1) Research-level expertise in at least one of the following: bioinformatics,
global optimization, combinatorial algorithm design, parallel computing;

(2) Very strong programming skills;

(3) Demonstrated ability to publish research in peer-reviewed journals or conference

Interested candidates should send their resumes including a brief description of their
research interests to Hristo Djidjev, djidjev@lanl.gov. Applications received no later
than March 15, 2016, will receive full consideration.

US citizenship is NOT required for this position.

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