Livermore Software Technology Corporation (LSTC) is expanding worldwide and seeks software developers in the area of multimaterial Eulerian fluids coupled with Lagrangian structure and heat transfer for application in manufacturing, such as forging, casting; in aerospace, for bird strike on aircraft structure; in automotive; fluid structure interactions in fuel tanks and tire hydroplaning; and in defense, for ordnance design and underwater explosions.
Prospective candidates must have five or more years experience in Eulerian software development and an advanced degree or equivalent in mechanical engineering, engineering mechanics, physics, or mathematics.
If you are interested, please provide a precise resume/CV including details of work and educational experience, professional goals, visa status, and means of contacting you. Please refer to our Contact Page for the appropriate email address.
Full and part time positions are available. Salary will be commensurate with experience. Those with foreign work experience and native fluency in non-western language are strongly encouraged to respond.
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