Post-doc Proposal : High performance numerical modelling for nonlinear photonic devices

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Post-doc Proposal : High performance numerical modelling for nonlinear photonic devices
Duration 12 months

Contact : herve.tortel@fresnel.fr

The work proposed, during this full-time 1-year, postdoctoral appointment is dedicated to the development of a 3D finite element software in order to study such kind of realistic configuration. Based on an already existing source code developed in our lab, the candidate will focus its future work in the implementation of new functionalities like :
 Use of high order basis functions dedicated to the scattering of 3D objects.
 The extension to the 3D case of domain decomposition techniques (FETI method [2]) and its application to anisotropic materials with the implementation of different types of local and global preconditioners.
 All the numerical developments will be considered as being used in a parallel environment.

A candidate with a PhD degree, preferably within the last 3 years, in Computer Science, Computational Sciences, Applied Mathematics, or a related technical field. A good expertise in Fortran/C and OpenMp/MPI programming is required.

The work will be performed in collaboration between the teams HIPE and CLARTE of Fresnel Institut .