It is our pleasure to announce that SIAM will be hosting an info session with Sandia National Lab on Oct 18 at 4:30 pm in SAS 1216. There will be free food and giveaways!
Make a Difference: Mathematical Sciences R&D Careers at Sandia National Laboratories
R&D Staff from Sandia National Laboratories will be on campus recruiting top NCSU math and statistics students. With sites in NM and CA, SNL is a Department of Energy laboratory conducting wide-ranging science and engineering R&D supporting national security. Please join us for an info session and career fair! Students who register and submit a resume will be considered for one-on-one meetings to discuss their interests and possible careers at SNL.
Info Session: Make a Difference: Mathematical Sciences R&D Careers at Sandia National Laboratories
Date: Tuesday, October 18, 2022, 4:30p EDT
Location: SAS 1216
Free Food and Giveaways!
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.
Registration on Yello is encouraged and allows you to upload a resume and request a one-one-one career discussion with Brian. Please register on Yello to follow the registration link.
We are hiring Regular Staff (any degree), Post-Doctoral Researchers (PhD degrees), and Summer or Year-Round Interns (undergraduate or graduate). Many math, statistics, and computational science roles at SNL are officially “Computer Science R&D” and numerous intern and staff positions are open right now.
For more information about current job postings, please see SNL Careers, including in Computer Science and Cybersecurity. Also check out our Student Internship Institute Programs, particularly CSRI, NOMAD, and TITANS. You can set up a profile and register for notifications when your search criteria are met by new openings. US citizenship is required for positions that require security clearance or as stated specifically in the individual job posting.
Career Fair: We will also recruit graduate students at the NC MS/PhD Virtual Career Fair on Thu, Nov 3. Register via that link if interested.
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.