Ideally, an applicant's background would also include:
- Proven ability to advance the state-of-the-art in applied and computational mathematics and/or related fields of study
- Ability to conduct self-directed research
- Ability to work in collaborative, interdisciplinary research environments on problems comprising diverse application domains
- Excellent written and oral communication and interpersonal skills
- Proven research community leadership through activities such as participation in student or professional organizations, outreach activities, etc.
- Related professional experience such as internships in industry or at other national labs, participation in visiting research programs, etc.
- Software development experience in C++, C, Matlab, R, Python, Julia, or related languages
- Experience with high-performance scientific computing and large-scale computational simulation software