Lead Developer Reconstruction Software (m/f/d)
GSI Helmholtzzentrum für Schwerionenforschung in Darmstadt operates one of the leading particle accelerators for science. In the next few years, the new FAIR (Facility for Antiproton and Ion Research) one of the world's largest research projects, will be built in international cooperation. GSI and FAIR offer the opportunity to work in this international environment with a team of employees committed to ensuring each day to conduct world-class science.
The CBM (Compressed Baryonic Matter) experiment is one of the major experiments to be conducted at this new facility. CBM will investigate strongly interacting matter by measuring heavy-ion collisions, with the ambitious aim to achieve very high interaction rates. The experimental concept foresees real-time data selection in software, which requires highly performant and efficient algorithms for event reconstruction.
For the CBM department at GSI, we seek at the nearest possible point in time a
Lead Developer Reconstruction Software
Posting ID: 5112-20.01
The successful applicant (m/f/d) will take responsibility for the development of fast and efficient algorithms for the reconstruction and analysis of CBM experiment data, for both online and offline application. The successful applicant (m/f/d) will coordinate the respective activities within the CBM collaboration, bringing the software to production readiness for the start of experiment operation in 2025.
From the applicant (m/f/d), we expect a PhD in physics or computer science, a strong background in algorithm development for high-performance computing, good knowledge of current computer architectures, and the ability to work in an international research team, which requires communication skills in the English language. We seek a person combining expertise with team-player ability, who is interested not only in algorithmic developments but also in transforming them into a running system. Experience in large high-energy nuclear or particle physics experiments is highly desirable.
We offer a challenging position at the forefront of nowadays technology, in the context of an international collaboration of about 400 members. Salary is equivalent to that for public employees as specified in the collective agreement for public employees (TVöD Bund). The position is limited to a period of five years.
GSI promotes the professional development of women and therefore expressly welcomes applications from women.
Handicapped persons will be preferentially considered when equally qualified.
If you find this position interesting and challenging and would like to work in an exceptional, international scientifically excellent environment, please send your application documents, including CV, publication list and two letters of reference and the Posting ID by February 7th, 2020 to:
GSI Helmholtzzentrum für Schwerionenforschung GmbH
or by email to: bewerbung(at)gsi.de
Grading depending on qualification is possible up to EG13