Instrument Control Developer (LabVIEW / C++ Integration) to work in a Cell Biology Institute, Scionics and MPI CBG, Dresden, Germany


Company Description

Scionics Computer Innovation GmbH provides consulting, services, and support to academic institutions and scientific research organizations. Scionics integrates information technology and data and image analysis techniques with biology and the life sciences. Scionics is located in Dresden, Germany, and is part of the dynamic Biopolis Dresden  research campus that includes the Max Planck Institute of Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics (MPI-CBG), the Center for Regenerative Therapies Dresden, the Technische Universität Dresden and their Biotechnology Center (Biotec), and the Center for High Performance Computing. Scionics works closely with all of these institutions and has a particularly strong long-standing partnership with the MPI-CBG. This provides Scionics staff access to new technology, exciting projects and research. Scionics works together with a highly international community of scientists who are world leaders in their respective fields. Driven by the frequent requests coming from the institutions on the Biopolis Dresden research campus, Scionics wants to strengthen its expertise in developing instrument and microscope control software, specifically in LabVIEW/C++.

Job Description

Scionics Computer Innovation seeks to recruit a highly motivated individual who will be integrated into an existing team dedicated to Scientific Software Development. This team provides services within an academic research institute (MPI-CBG) and works with research groups to design, construct, and deploy scientific applications. The development team works closely with research groups working at the interface of biology and physics as well as with several groups dedicated to optical technology development. This provides an exciting and unique opportunity to work with a wide range of cutting edge equipment in a multidisciplinary environment with biologists, physicists,
mathematicians, and computer scientists. This position represents an expansion of the team’s capabilities to develop instrument control software for both commercial and developmental microscopy platforms along with their related mechanisms, motors, and sensors.

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