[Comp-neuro] Software engineer position

Tomislav Milekovic tomislav_milekovic at brown.edu
Mon Mar 26 15:24:22 CEST 2018

The lab of Prof. Michel at the University of Geneva is offering a software
engineer position to work on development and advancement of brain-computer
interfaces - devices that link persons' neural activity with computers,
robotic limbs or implanted stimulators - with the aim of restoring
communication and independence of people with paralysis.

The successful candidate will work on several well-funded projects and is
expected to transition to other projects in the future as those are

The ideal candidate will have:

1.     Degree in Computer Science or Computer Engineering

2.     Successfully developed real-life project(s) in C/C++

3.     Experience in interfacing with hardware APIs

4.     Experience in development of modular and multithreaded software
frameworks that can be easily extended to work with other hardware and other
software packages

5.     Experience in the development of GUI (Qt, wxWidgets.)

6.     Excellent coding standards, following industry best practices
regarding code commenting, code documentation, version control, unit and
integration tests.

The following will also be a plus:

1.     Knowledge of linear algebra and related C libraries (LAPAC, BLAS,

2.     Some experience in development of Matlab software

3.     Knowledge of real-time operating systems

4.     The ability to manage multiple development projects

The qualified candidate will benefit from joining a very dynamic and
multidisciplinary group working at the interface of software development,
engineering, neuroscience, and prosthetics. They will collaborate with
several labs and companies of the newly founded Campus Biotech in Geneva.
University of Geneva provides state-of-the-art facilities and is one of the
leading technical universities worldwide. In addition, University of Geneva
offers competitive salaries ranking amongst the highest in the world.

Applications including a CV, short motivation letter, and the names and full
contact details of two referees should be sent to
tomislav.milekovic at unige.ch <mailto:tomislav.milekovic at unige.ch> .


Link to the job add: https://drive.switch.ch/index.php/s/OHxsPGEDyS6mFYx

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