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Research Engineer in Materials Informatics and ... (No replies)

2 months ago
pcanepa 2 months ago

One position of Research Engineer (RE) for 36 months is available from December 1st, 2020 in the group of Asst. Prof. Pieremanuele CANEPA in the vibrant department of Materials Science and Engineering at the National University of Singapore. 

We are looking for an inquisitive candidate with a Bachelor or Master in scientific disciplines and a strong interest in computer science. The ideal candidate will bring novel and interdisciplinary momentum to the field of materials informatics, materials science and our group. The RE will be also responsible of developing our internal database as well as administering the supercomputer available in our research group, with active contributions in our research. The RE will collaborate closely with scientists and PhD students in the research lab of Prof. Canepa. The RE will be exposed to the novel discipline of materials informatics.

Desirable candidates should:

  1. Hold a bachelor’s in computer science, physics, or related disciplines by the commencement of employment (ideally, December 1st). Starting dates are negotiable;
  2. Proficiency with at least one of the following coding languages: python, C, C++, or FORTRAN;
  3. Be familiar with the operative system Linux;
  4. Familiarity with any database system, MySQL, MariaDB, Oracle, or MongoDB are a plus; Interest in learning about materials informatics and computational materials science.

We are committed to improving diversity in materials sciences. The salary is negotiable. Interested applicants should contact directly Prof. Canepa at [email protected] or using the QR below. Upon satisfactory performance successful RE candidates may be given the opportunity to enrol into a PhD programme in Materials Science & Engineering @ NUS.


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