The Numerical Linear Algebra Group at the University of Manchester is seeking two Research Associates to work with Professor Nick Higham on developing and analyzing numerical linear algebra algorithms for current and future high-performance computers.
Topics for investigation include linear equations, linear least squares problems, eigenvalue problems, the singular value decomposition, correlation matrix problems, and matrix function evaluation. This work will exploit multiprecision arithmetic (particularly the fast half precisions available on some recent and forthcoming processors) and techniques such as acceleration and randomization. It will involve using rounding error analysis, statistical analysis, and numerical experiments to obtain new understanding of algorithm accuracy and efficiency.
One of the posts is associated with Professor Higham’s Royal Society Research Professorship. The other post is associated with the EPSRC project Inference, Computation and Numerics for Insights into Cities (ICONIC), which involves Imperial College (Professor Mark Girolami), the University of Manchester (Professor Nick Higham), the University of Oxford (Professor Mike Giles), and the University of Strathclyde (Professor Des Higham).
The closing date is February 11, 2019. For the advert and more details see here.