Princeton computational research support engineer
Princeton Research Computing are seeking to recruit a computational research support engineer to work on the
Atacama Cosmology Telescope (ACT) and Simons Observatory (SO) projects. These projects make high-fidelity microwave maps of half the sky, for a variety of scientific goals from probing the early universe to measuring asteroids in our solar system.
The position will involve a variety of work covering aspects of delivery of data and accompanying software both internally and to the public. It will include managing data movement between HPC clusters, upkeep of modules and the database that tracks products; working with the collaborations to prepare public data deliveries, visualizations and tutorials; and installation and deployment of custom map-manipulation software. Working with ACT and SO Data Management team members including Jo Dunkley, Simone Aiola, Matthew Hasselfield, Mathew Madhavacheril, Sigurd Naess & Adri Duivenvoorden, the position will initially focus on the final data releases of the ACT project, then transition to the SO project.