jueves, 8 de septiembre de 2016

[OFER-TRABEC] NAC: PhD in Cryo-EM for Software Development

Boletín semanal de ofertas de empleo publico

Institución:I2PC - CNB - CSIC
Contacto correo-e:blanca@cnb.csic.es
PhD in Cryo-EM for Software Development at the INSTRUCT Image Processing Center in Microscopy, CNB-CSIC, Madrid
Description: We are looking for a candidate with a Ph.D in cryo-EM who has experience with 3DEM image processing and has developed programming skills to address structural biology problems. The candidate will be part of a software development team of Scipion (www.scipion.cnb.csic.es), a framework that integrates several well-known EM software packages. The work will be focused on the integration of new algorithms and methodologies into Scipion, together with testing, maintenance and user-support.
Background: INSTRUCT is the European Strategic Initiative in the area of Structural Biology. It is organized as a distributed infrastructure with "Instruct Centers". During 2009 the Biocomputing Unit (BCU) of the CNB-CSIC won the international competition to become the "INSTRUCT Center for Image Processing in Biology", starting its operation during 2010 and providing the context for this opening of positions. The BCU is well known in the area of three dimensional electron microscopy, with over 200 publications in the area, including public domains suites of programs and very popular image processing methods.
For further information go to Biocomp, XMIPP or INSTRUCT Image Processing Center
Location: Madrid
Required Skills:
○ PhD in cryo-EM
○ Programming skills (bash, Python, etc)
○ Experience in GNU Linux OS
○ Medium level of proficiency in written and spoken English
○ The following skills are considered a "plus", but are not essential:
■ Experience with Electron Tomography data processing
■ Experience in HPC environments
■ Experience in collaborative development (git, svn, etc).
■ Experience in software development and testing

Información complementaria de la oferta:
Interested candidates should send their CV's and letter of interest to i2pc@cnb.csic.es

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