[vtkusers] ANNOUNCE: Kitware is hiring
berk.geveci at kitware.com
Wed Oct 8 17:38:17 EDT 2014
We are looking to hire visualization developers to our Scientific Computing
team. If you are a talented visualization researcher and developer with
strong C++ skills, please consider applying. You will join a great team
and work on many interesting and challenging technical problems - always
aiming to deliver robust and widely used software solutions.
For the full posting see:
Kitware is seeking to hire highly skilled Research and Development
Engineers (R&D Engineers) to join our Scientific Computing team and
contribute to our scientific and information visualization efforts.
Candidates will work to develop and improve leading visualization software
Kitware collaborates on a multitude of basic and applied research and
development projects. Our collaborators include the top universities from
around the world, national research labs, medical device manufacturers, car
manufacturers, oil and gas companies, financial institutes, and many
others. The projects range from extending our open source C++ libraries and
applications, such as VTK, ParaView, and CMake, to developing proprietary
domain-specific vertical applications for a wide array of platforms
including web and mobile devices.
By joining our team you will participate in a dynamic work environment with
exceptionally talented and friendly coworkers who are committed to
high-quality development practices. You will collaborate with esteemed
researchers from around the world by:
* Designing and developing scalable data analysis and visualization tools
for use by researchers and professionals from various domains;
* Solving a wide array of problems ranging from developing distributed
memory parallel algorithms for data analysis, optimizing distributed
parallel codes to compiling and maintaining software on supercomputers.
* Designing and developing tools to improve scientific data analysis
* Contributing to and supporting our dynamic open source communities built
around several of our open source tools.
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