In 1998, the Globus Project (now the Globus Alliance) was honored with the prestigious Global Information Infrastructure "Next Generation" award, and in 2002, we received an R&D 100 award. The New York Times recently called the Globus Toolkit "the de facto standard for Grid computing." We are frequently referenced in scientific publications and the general media. We've formed partnerships and collaborations with organizations around the world to design and build the Grid. We are leaders in and charter sponsors of the Global Grid Forum, the current standards organization for the Grid.
We are always looking for talented individuals to join us in this work! Positions are available at Argonne National Laboratory, the University of Chicago, and Univa UD (all three in Chicago) and at the University of Southern California's Information Sciences Institute in Los Angeles. We offer excellent benefits, state-of-the-art facilities, a rich intellectual environment, exposure to national and international collaborations, and the opportunity to work on exciting and ground-breaking projects. Visiting positions for faculty and students are also possible.
Programmers in the Globus Alliance are the first people to implement new Grid protocols, APIs, and services. Our software is used by projects all over the world to build large-scale systems and applications for advanced science and engineering. Learn more...
The Globus Alliance employs scientists and engineers with outstanding records of accomplishment to lead explorations into applied Computer and Computational Science. Members of the scientific staff define research programs and lead teams of researchers, programmers, students, and external partners. Learn more...
Recent PhD recipients can work with senior researchers at Argonne, the the Information Sciences Institute, or the University of Chicago. Postdoctoral researchers work with programmers and external partners to develop tools and applications and work with researchers to write and present papers and other forms of scientific communication. Learn more...
Graduate and Undergraduate Students
Students can join us for a semester or longer to work on well-defined projects. Argonne, for example, offers an Undergraduate Program in Computational Science. Graduate students can also enter the University of Chicago or University of Southern California.
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Opportunities at Univa UD
We are growing the Univa UD team and are looking for talented individuals to join one of the most exciting technology start-ups in the Midwest. We currently have exciting opportunities in Engineering, Marketing, and Professional Services. Our ideal candidates are motivated, self-starters who are deadline and deliverables-driven, and have a solid understanding of what it takes to develop, market and deliver enterprise grade software to the Global 2000. Learn more...
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Argonne National Laboratory, the University of Chicago, and the University of Southern California are affirmative action/equal opportunity employers. Univa is an equal opportunity employer.