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Rare Career Opportunities

Computing Sciences has three outstanding leadership career opportunities in machine learning and analytics, storage systems, and networking. Qualified? Know someone else who is? We want to hear from you.

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Novel Data Processing Technique Aids XFEL Protein Structure Analysis

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New CRD Group Enhances Berkeley Lab QIS Research

QuIST consolidates multiple quantum hardware development efforts - and quantum algorithm demonstrations on that hardware - at Berkeley Lab.

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AI for More Efficient 'Flying Qubits'

A Computing Sciences Area team is using artificial intelligence techniques to boost the efficiency of a key process that enables qubits to "fly" across optical network fiber.


NERSC Supports COVID-19 Pandemic Response

NERSC is providing up to 2.5 million supercomputing hours and dedicated staff liaisons to support 20 projects aimed at combating COVID-19.


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    Berkeley Lab fields two highly selective named fellowships for graduates. Both the Luis W. Alvarez Fellowship in Computing and the Admiral Grace Hopper Fellowship in Computing offer exceptional opportunities for post-doctoral research. Read More »

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    Current Openings

    Computing Sciences is looking for smart, motivated people from all walks of life and at all stages of their careers to work in our leading research programs and national user facilities. Read More »

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    Summer Student & Faculty Employment in Computing Sciences

    Our summer program offers college students and faculty/student teams research experience in computational science, high-performance computing, and high-speed networking in collaboration with Berkeley Lab staff. Read More »