Software Development and System Administration:
The student will work on one or more of the following:
– Compilation, testing and installation of software packages
– Installation and upgrade of Ubuntu – Linux operating systems
– Documentation (Wiki, HTML)
In addition, participation on software projects involve
– Development of webtools (java, python) for scientific software.
– Development of scientific software (C, Fortran)
Programming knowledge in java and/or python. Programming experience in C or
Fortran is preferred. Good Linux knowledge (Ubuntu).
Background knowledge in molecular simulation, biophysics or structural biology
20 – 40 h/month.
The workplace is at HITS, Schloss-Wolfsbrunnenweg 35, 69118 Heidelberg
Contact: Stefan.Richter@h-its.org (Please include CV)
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HITS is a private, non-profit basic research institute where 120 scientists from 20 countries are currently working in 11 research groups. Their fields of research range from molecular biology and carbon chemistry to statistics and astrophysics. HITS focuses on the processing, structuring, and analysis of large amounts of complex data and the development of computational methods and software. One aim of the institute is to raise public awareness of the importance of computer-aided, data-driven research. The institute is located in Heidelberg,
Germany, a city with a top-100 university and many other high-class research institutions.
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