We are looking for a scientific programmer
To accelerate our R&I activities in the field of urban Digital Twins we are looking for a scientific programmer.
At Chalmers Industriteknik, about 100 employees with a strong technical background work in small and large development, innovation, and collaboration projects for a more sustainable future. Our assignments are mainly in the areas of energy, materials, artificial intelligence, and circular economy. As member of the Applied AI group, you will be part of a highly prioritized, fast growing focus area within Chalmers Industriteknik tasked with helping industry and research with different AI and software challenges. We offer alternative career paths in the form of various specialist services. Continuous competence development is important both for the individual employee and for the organization. We work actively for a good working environment, free from harassment, violations, and special treatment.
About the job
Together with our partners at the Digital Twin Cities Centre (DTCC) at Chalmers University you will contribute to the development of the digital twin platform that is created as an open, distributed, heterogeneous, and interoperable ecosystem of data management, simulation, and visualization software components. You will work closely with different DTCC researchers and help to implement a variety of research projects at DTCC. Your main duties will be continued development and maintenance of the open digital twin platform (DTCC Platform). You are expected to take a leading role in the platform development, both taking on tasks assigned to you by the project management and driving the development forward by proposing and implementing new features, tools and methods.
What you need to thrive here
You have a genuine interest in helping society, a structured approach towards data mining, a solid SW development background, and broad experience in leveraging relevant tools and data models. We expect you to have very good knowledge in programming languages, in particular C++ and Python, data processing, algorithm development, and an interest in 3D city models and digital twins. You will be part of and contribute to building a strong international team in a creative environment in combination with genuine interest in solving complex research and innovation challenges, with a structured approach to application of innovative analytics tools and technologies together with your team.
Who you might be?
- You are problem solver with a strong interest in research and innovation.
- You are comfortable with communicating the result of your work and enjoy a collaborative work environment.
- We appreciate people who are not afraid to dig in and get their hands dirty.
- We would especially encourage female applicants.
- A PhD within a relevant field would be desirable.
- You have a work permit for Sweden.
What we would hope you know
- Geodata and 3D GIS
- Web technologies, micro-services and API development
- Data visualization and storytelling
- Agile development methodology and tools
What would be great if you also have
- ML/Deep Learning toolkit, supervised and unsupervised learning
- Project proposal writing
What you may have worked with previously
You have several years experience from roles such as software developer, Data Scientist, DevOps Engineer. You have a master/PHD degree in mathematics/statistics, applied physics or computer science.
Why work at Chalmers Industriteknik
You will be part of solving challenges that face society today. This is not just empty talk; we live like we learn, and sustainability is very important in our day-to-day business. The learning potential is enormous. You will work on a wide range of projects from helping start-ups succeed in their AI ventures to strengthening AI readiness in Sweden and EU. The digitalization group is still young, and you will have a great influence in shaping your own workplace.
If you are interested to know more please send your application to Bernd Ketzler at email@example.com.
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The position is based in Gothenburg, Sweden. EU-work authorization is required, and no relocation is offered.