The Scalable Computing Software Laboratory (SCS) at Illinois Institute of Technology is looking to recruit several people to work on research projects related to high performance computing (HPC) memory system/computer architecture as well as distributed and parallel I/O systems. The SCS lab, led by Professor Xian-He Sun, has a long history of research contributions in the HPC community. Professor Sun's group is actively publishing on top venues in the computer systems domain and has multiple current research grants on I/O systems and memory architectures. We are looking for self-motivated candidates to build the next-generation of scalable I/O and memory-centric systems. The start date is open!
We are seeking talented and self-motivated students to work on an interdisciplinary project about biological science and data analytics. This project is in partnership with the Department of Food Science and Nutrition. If interested, please apply below.
If you're enrolled as an undergaduate or masters student at Illinois
Tech and are interested in a research assistantship to contribute to
our various projects, please apply below.
* Applications closed for fall semester. Check back for updates before next semester.
Please check the admission requirements of the CS Ph.D. program and then apply below.
Candidates must have a Ph.D. in computer science/engineering, or related area, have an in-depth understanding of computer architecture and have experience and skills in research tools, with a proven capacity for research. If interested, please apply below.
We are looking for engineers and senior engineers to assist with the development of our projects. If interested, please apply below.
Founded in 1890, Illinois Tech is a private, technology-focused university that combines hands-on learning and research opportunities across the disciplines to prepare students to innovate and solve real-world problems. Following the "less is more" principle, Illinois Tech maintains its small size during its more than 100 years history but is fully immersed into the culture and technical strength of the great site of Chicago. As one of the oldest computer science departments in the nation, the CS department at Illinois Tech has a long history of meeting this challenge through quality education along with local industries, such as Motorola and Boeing, and high-speed trading companies, and national laboratories, such as the Argonne National Laboratory and the Fermi National Laboratory. Illinois Tech is ranked as a top-ten US technology college by College Gazette and Dr. Sun’s group (the HPC program) is ranked 15th in the nation by the CS ranking.