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The EPFL campus offers an exceptional working environment at the heart of a community of 16,000 people, including over 10,000 students and 3,500 researchers from 120 different countries.
Software Engineer Full Stack (W / M)
Your mission :
The Project Coordination Office (PCO) of the Human Brain Project ( HBP ) at , situated at the Campus Biotech in Geneva, Switzerland is looking to strengthen its Infrastructure team with an experienced :
Software Engineer Full Stack (F / M)
This position will make important contributions to the development of HBP Neuroinformatics platform, contributing software development expertise to the development of :
oHigh Performance Analytics and Computing
The HBP is building a world-class infrastructure to enable open science research with the goal of substantially improving health care for brain-
related diseases ranging from migraines to dementia.You can get an overview of the HBP Platforms and some of the science they support from the 1st HBP Platform Release videos here :
Short version : 0h51)
Long version :
2h24) Main duties and responsibilities include :
Essential skills and experience :
Desirable experience :
Your profile :
We offer :
What is HBP? The Human Brain Project is a European Flagship project with 120 leading universities and research institutes in 24 countries around the world.
The goal of the project is to better understand the human brain by accelerating large-scale collaborative neuroscience across a wide range of disciplines.
As part of the work needed to accomplish this goal we are building a neuroscientific research infrastructure to enable strategic scientific use-
cases. Understanding the human brain is one of the greatest challenges facing 21st century science. Joining the HBP-PCO will put you at the centre of an effort to gain profound insights into what makes us human, develop new treatments for brain disease and build revolutionary new computing technologies.
The HBP Technical Coordination Team in the HBP-PCO plays a central role in the larger HBP Platform effort to build solid scientific software tools and services.
You will find yourself inspired by the exciting things that people around you are building and make a meaningful contribution to understanding the brain.
We strive to find the right people and to keep our skills and insights sharp. We are a young, dynamic, interdisciplinary and international team.
We focus on delivering high value to the scientific community and are involved in everything from community engagement to integrating scientific workflows with some of the world’s largest supercomputers.
Work in the team involves open feedback, with opportunities for additional training to improve our skills. The HBP-PCO is a family friendly, equal opportunity employer ().
We value diversity and explicitly encourage applications from women.Our offices benefit from a modern working environment based in Biotech Campus, 200 m from the shore of Lake Geneva (Lac Leman), in one of the best cities to live in the world, with on-
site kindergarten. You will be in the centre of Europe with easy access by rail and Geneva airport to all that Europe has to offer.
Join us and make an important contribution to the success of one of the most exciting projects of the 21st century! Start date :
As soon as possible Term of employment :
Fixed-term (CDD) Work rate :
100% Duration : CDD 13 months, renewable
CDD 13 months, renewable