08 Oct

Intern High Energy Density Physics Hedp Graduate Year Round Jobs Vacancy in Sandia National Laboratories Albuquerque

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Intern High Energy Density Physics Hedp Graduate Year Round Jobs Vacancy in Sandia National Laboratories Albuquerque Jobs Details:

What Your Job Will Be Like


We are seeking a Intern Year Round - R&D Grad

On any given day, you may be called on to:
  • Develop and apply multi-species kinetic models to the study of plasma transport in high energy density environments
  • Develop multi-scale methods that incorporate machine learning techniques for computation of collision rates
  • Develop high order methods for kinetic equations
  • Develop scalable implicit-explicit time integration schemes
  • Collaborate with theoretical and experimental groups at Sandia National Laboratories
  • Use high performance computing resources extensively

Qualifications We Require


You bring the confidence and skills to be eligible for the job by meeting these minimum requirements:

  • Earned bachelor's degree
  • Currently attending and enrolled full time in an accredited science, engineering, or math graduate program
  • Minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0/4.0
  • Ability to work up to 30 hours per week during the academic year, and up to 40 hours per week during the summer
  • U.S. citizenship

Additional Requirements:

  • Enrollment in a Physics, Mathematics, Computer Science or related PhD. Program
  • Experience with methods such as molecular dynamics, particle-in-cell
  • Experience with writing, analyzing, or running scientific simulation codes on massively parallel computing platforms
  • Evidence of good written and verbal communication skills and a proven record of success in independent research as evidenced through technical publications and reports
  • Demonstrated ability to be self-motivated and to work effectively with others as part of a team

Qualifications We Desire


  • An interest and ability to perform a variety of plasma physics simulations using a range of computational techniques
  • Knowledge of plasma physics and strongly coupled plasmas
  • Interest in high-energy density physics theory
  • Ability to obtain and maintain a Department of Energy (DOE) security clearance

About Our Team


Research within the High Energy Density Physics (HEDP) Theory Department 1641 spans a broad range of topics with a common theme of gaining an improved understanding of materials at normal as well as extreme conditions of high densities and/or temperatures, pressures, magnetic fields, and rapidly changing states. Major efforts of the department include developing simulations codes and high-fidelity material models together with designing dynamic material and plasma physics experiments for Sandia's Z Machine. Our research has both applied and fundamental dimensions – for example in the areas of electronic structure, shock physics, material science, planetary science and astrophysics.

More specifically, work at the department involves fundamental research in materials- and plasma physics: i) developing and applying methods based on quantum mechanics, primarily Density Functional Theory and quantum Monte Carlo, for developing both an improved understanding and quantitative models for materials properties; ii) developing magneto-hydrodynamics simulation codes and applying them to study plasma physics designing Z experiments; and iii) using and employing hybrid plasma simulation codes to study Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP) effects and laser-matter interactions.

Current research areas include Dynamic Material properties/NNSA Science Campaigns, Quantum Monte Carlo within Basic Energy Sciences/DOE Office of Science, Sandia Laboratory Directed Research and Development (LDRD), Advanced Simulation and Computing (ASC), and the program for fundamental science experiments on the Z machine. The department has active collaborations with research groups at Los Alamos National Laboratory, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, and Argonne National Laboratory as well as with academic institutions in the US and in Europe, for example the University of Illinois Urbana Champaign, Harvard University, the University of Rostock in Germany, Princeton University, Cornell University, Carnegie Institution of Washington, North Carolina State University, and Michigan State University.

About Sandia


Sandia National Laboratories is the nation’s premier science and engineering lab for national security and technology innovation, with teams of specialists focused on cutting-edge work in a broad array of areas. Some of the main reasons we love our jobs:

  • Challenging work with amazing impact that contributes to security, peace, and freedom worldwide
  • Extraordinary co-workers
  • Some of the best tools, equipment, and research facilities in the world
  • Career advancement and enrichment opportunities
  • Flexible schedules, generous vacations, strong medical and other benefits, competitive 401k, learning opportunities, relocation assistance and amenities aimed at creating a solid work/life balance*


World-changing technologies. Life-changing careers. Learn more about Sandia at: http://www.sandia.gov

  • These benefits vary by job classification.

Security Clearance


This position does not currently require a Department of Energy (DOE)-granted security clearance.

Sandia will conduct a pre-employment drug testing, and a pre-employment background review that includes personal reference checks, law enforcement record checks, and employment and education verifications. Further, employees in New Mexico must pass a U.S. Air Force background screen for access to the work site. Substance abuse or illegal drug use, falsification of information, criminal activity, serious misconduct or other indicators of untrustworthiness can cause access to be denied or terminated, rendering the inability to perform the duties assigned and resulting in termination of employment.

If hired without a clearance, and one subsequently becomes required or you bid on positions that require a DOE-granted security clearance, a pre-processing background review that includes personal reference checks, law enforcement record and credit checks, and employment and education verifications may be conducted prior to a required federal background investigation. Applicants for DOE-granted security clearances must be U.S. citizens and be able to obtain and maintain the appropriate DOE security clearance as required for the position.

EEO


All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or veteran status.


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