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Application software developer C#/.NET, University Research Institute, Berlin

Team description:
In the Cognitive Neurobiology group of Humboldt University, Berlin, we develop hardware and software tools for preclinical and neuroscience research. Our projects span from controlling custom hardware and using embedded systems, up to virtual reality environments and analysis of experimental data. Our group is part of the Berlin NeuroCure (www.neurocure.de) consortium.
 
 
Job Description:
The position involves
  • development of new software
  • maintaining and adapting existing solutions for novel research directions
  • development of new features or extending software usage to new hardware configurations
 
Requirements:
Equivalent of Master’s or Diploma degree in Computer Engineering/Informatics or some equivalent specialization (e.g. Computational Neuroscience).
Extensive experience in software development with C#/.NET for desktop applications.
Knowledge of UML/State diagrams (optional). Fluent in English or German.
 
Optional:
Controlling custom hardware; 3D Graphics / Virtual Reality; Image and video processing

Applications should be received by Jan 15, 2016 but will be accepted until  a suitable candidate has been found. Salary according to TV-L HU tariff.

How to apply:
Applications as a single PDF file should be received by Jan 15, 2016 but will be accepted until  a suitable candidate has been found.
Kontakt für Bewerbungen
We are looking forward to your application in a single PDF file (letter, CV, diplomas). Please, submit via email to Prof. Dr. York Winter – Kognitive Neurobiologie – Institut für Biologie, Humboldt Universität, Philipstraße 13 – H4, 10115 Berlin, E-mail: york.winter@charite.de Tel. 030 2093-47950
 
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Über Humboldt Universität - Berlin

Research on learning, memory and cognition in mammals.

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