Job summary: Our institute has an immediate opening for a research programmer that specializes in computational geometry. The successful candidate will be able to work with a group of scientists (physicists and mathematicians) to develop and run complicated simulations on geometric first principles physics models.
Responsibilities and duties:
- Develop mathematical simulation models where physics concepts will emerge from. or conditions easily
- Participate in brainstorming math and physics discussions
- Deliver results in timely manner
- Access and use computer clusters for intensive calculations
Qualifications and skills:
- Strong background in math, especially computational geometry, preferably PhD level
- Interested in fundamental physics. Some classes or degrees in Physics is a plus, but being more open-minded than dogmatic.
- Proficient (3+ years experience) in complicated coding, for example 3D modelling, optimization algorithms and combinatorics, with Python, Mathematica, C++, etc.
- Experienced in Monte Carlo simulation and/or deep machine learning
- Able to work 9:00 – 6:00 onsite (you will have your own office) on weekdays
- Great communication skills.
To apply: Send resumes, LinkedIn profiles and any additional information to firstname.lastname@example.org.