Brian Adams, an NC State PhD grad, will be (virtually) visiting to provide information about Sandia National Laboratories (SNL) and will discuss internship possibilities along with research areas at Sandia. He will be presenting Friday, November 12 at 1:55pm EST.
Title: Make a Difference: Mathematical Sciences R&D Careers at Sandia National Laboratories
Abstract: Brian Adams (NCSU PhD 2005) will conduct a mathematics and statistics-specific information session including a brief overview of SNL’s mission, R&D areas, and opportunities in mathematics, statistics, and computational science. Staff and project profiles will demonstrate the ways you can contribute to high-impact problems in the national interest through fundamental math and computational science R&D, software/hardware development, and working in interdisciplinary teams on engineering applications. We are hiring at all degree levels.
We are hiring for the following types of positions:
- Regular Staff (MS or PhD degrees); GPA may be considered, but no minimum
- Post-Doctoral Researcher (PhD degrees) ); GPA may be considered, but no minimum
- Summer or Year Round Intern (undergraduate or graduate); cumulative GPAs for all degrees must be above 3.0 on a 4.0 scale
Bio: Brian M. Adams is a principal member of technical staff in the optimization and uncertainty quantification department at Sandia National Laboratories, where he has worked since 2005. He holds a PhD in Computational and Applied Mathematics from North Carolina State University. Brian develops, implements, and applies algorithms for optimization and uncertainty quantification on computational models. He leads the Dakota software project, managing software development and deployment to ensure impact on the span of Sandia science and engineering problems.