A Vigorously-Charged Scientific Programmer
- TBD, Atlanta, GA
Hexagon Lavish® is a scientific research and development start-up based in the United States. It originally was founded by Desmond J. Watson in 2010 only to be given a new identity of as 2015. The company initially was focused in machine learning techniques but now has evolved into a small company that's devoted to utilizing "unorthodox" research methodologies in theoretical development and non-compromised use of mathematics and science.
Desmond J. Watson, co-founder and chief executive officer of Hexagon Lavish®, is in the process of putting together a small team of researchers, mathematicians, engineers and programmers for this startup. If you're interested in applying your skills in efforts of turning ideas into a grand journey, submit your CV/résumé today.
Hexagon Lavish® is a scientific research and development start-up based in Georgia that has an opening for a full-time/permanent position for a Scientific Programmer.
The vigorously-charged Scientific Programmer will be responsible for supporting multiple projects and will work with senior engineers and scientists as far as helping with design architectures, interfaces and the development of advanced algorithms for both signal and image processing applications.
The Scientific Programmer will also be responsible for conducting numerical analysis and tasks involving research in electromagnetic phenomena. The candidate chosen for the position of Scientific Programmer will have a background with significant experience in scientific/numerical software development in regards to writing scientific software and applying such software tools that will solve real world problems.
- Ph.D. with the minimum of three years of experience in the disciplines of Applied Mathematics, General/Computational Physics, Statistics or Chemical/Electrical Engineering OR Master’s with the minimum of four years of experience in the disciplines of Applied Mathematics, General/Computational Physics, Statistics or Chemical/Electrical Engineering OR Bachelor’s with the minimum of five years of experience in the disciplines of Applied Mathematics, General/Computational Physics, Statistics or Chemical/Electrical Engineering
- Harbor the impulse to incorporate designing, implementation, validation, packaging and delivery of software
- Experience in the development of scientific software that supports scientific research programs/projects along with sensor "preparation"
- Basic C++, if not a proficiency in C++11
- Experience developing GUIs (graphical user interfaces)
- Experience with TclTk, OpenGL, data visualization, computational geometry, MPI, CUDA
- An implied ability to work with Matlab, Labview
- Applicable in skill with theoretical modeling and simulation tools
- Have the means and willpower to engage in "esoteric programming" (if necessary)
- Not afraid to delve into measure theory
Essential Job Functions
• The candidate for this position will be an integral member on an interdisciplinary research team relating to applying their skill set to solving societal needs
• Provide software programming skills for support of research and development projects in the areas of Applied Mathematics, Statistics, Nuclear Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Programming and Image and Signal Processing
• Contribute technical expertise to symposia, scientific journal articles and technical reports
• Prepare and deliver reports and/or presentations of research projects/analysis results to the Chief Scientist
• Contribute to the generation of proposals
• Apply safety-related knowledge, skills and practices to mundane duties and responsibilities to work
• Supervision will be exercised over student interns on a project-by-project basis
• Provides assistance to the Research Programmer with the PIR research project
• Assists the Research Programmers, Research Statisticians, I.I. Analysts and Chief Scientist with the status reports
Other Essential Job Functions
• Be available to attend monthly meetups
• Be willing to participate in annual conferences, conventions, meetings, etc.
• Work closely with the Research Programmers, I.I. Analysts, Research Statisticians and Mathematical Statisticians in Applied Mathematics, General Physics, Computational Physics, Chemical/Electrical/Nuclear Engineering and Statistics
• Mentor entry-level researchers and programmers in research methodology and scientific software development tools
• Fluent in English
• Interpersonal skills; oral and written skills; and communication skills
• Demonstrated ability to work with other members in an interdisciplinary team
• Must be comfortable working alongside scientists, engineers, mathematicians and programmers in order to collaborate on completing research project tasks
Hexagon Lavish® is an equal opportunity employer.