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JOB: C/C++/Neuroscience/Scientific Computing

Nigel Goddard ng10+ at andrew.cmu.edu
Fri Oct 6 15:23:55 EST 1995


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I'm looking for an experienced C/C++ programmer to work on "neural"
software in a high-performance scientific computing environment.
Almost all the work will be focused on parallel platforms: workstation
clusters, massively parallel supercomputers and SMPs.  The user
community is scientists in neuroscience, psychology and other related
disciplines.  The full text of the job ad appears below.  Respond to
ngoddard at psc.edu.

Nigel Goddard

TITLE:                  Applications Programmer
DEPARTMENT:             Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center (PSC)
SALARY RANGE:           Negotiable
STARTING RANGE:         Negotiable
FLSA STATUS:            Exempt
HOURS:                  Full-time
 
The Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center (PSC) is currently seeking candidates for
the position of Applications Programmer to participate in software development
work within the Biomedical Applications Group of PSC. In addition to being a
national center established by the National Science Foundation, the PSC is a
National Institutes of Health sponsored research resource and has an extensive
program of research and development of biomedical applications, including
molecular modeling, protein and nucleic acid sequence analysis and neural
science. This position is responsible for helping to develop software for the
biomedical applications group at the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center,
particularly in the neural sciences area and with a focus on parallel
applications. The position responsibilities will include writing original code
as well as working with existing code, and the associated documentation and
test routines.  Examples of projects include: parallelization of the GENESIS
neural simulation system; development of a database system for neural models
and associated data; development of near real-time parallel image processing
software for functional magnetic resonance imaging studies.

QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor of Science in Computer Science or Engineering or
equivalent experience; two years of professional experience in developing large
programs is highly desireable. Candidate should be proficient in C++ or C, and
have working knowledge of FORTRAN and the ability to communicate effectively
with co-workers and end users. It is highly desireable for the candidate to
have experience working on group programming projects and experience with high
performance computers or parallel programming environments. Experience
programming with MPI, PVM and AVS and with neural network or computational
neuroscience applications is highly desireable.
 
This is a summary statement of the responsibilities and qualifications for this
position.








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