The Energy Sciences Network (ESnet) at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory has an exciting new opportunity for a Network Services Senior Manager to lead our Network Services organization. As the Manager of Networking for ESnet, you will be leading multiple managers and technical teams to build ESnet’s next-generation network and services using state-of-the-art technologies while providing world-class operational support for ESnet’s current global network. As a member of ESnet’s executive leadership team, you will collaborate with ESnet leaders to develop and implement organization-wide vision, strategies, plans, and programs.
The Machine Learning and Analytics Group (previously known as the Data Analytics and Visualization Group) in the Computational Research Division (CRD) at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory is looking for a Group Leader. The group’s mission is to conceive, design, and implement new methods in high-performance machine learning, data and image analytics, computational geometry and topology, and visualization technologies. The work of the group is a mix of theoretical research and applied research. The group works in close collaboration with scientific partners to identify and address challenging, large-scale, data-rich problems emerging from simulations, experiments, and observations. The group's AI/ML research is positioned to be a key part of the LBNL portfolio in this important research area.
The National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center (NERSC) is the high-performance computing center for the Department of Energy's (DOE) Office of Science programs. NERSC is searching for a knowledgeable and inspired group leader for the Storage Systems Group (SSG) who will provide vision and guidance during this time when storage technologies for HPC systems are changing rapidly. The Storage Systems Group is responsible for supporting NERSC’s large-scale parallel file systems, and archival storage systems with an eye towards balancing performance, stability, and usability for NERSC’s over 7000 users.
Berkeley Lab Computing Sciences is looking for smart, motivated people from all walks of life and at all stages of their careers. Join us in tackling the world's most urgent scientific challenges fighting climate change, advancing sustainable and equitable energy solutions, protecting human health, searching for new materials, revealing the origin and fate of the universe, and beyond.