Scientific software developer in computational astrophysics, Palma, Spain

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Deadline:  2024-01-30

Location:  Palma, Spain

The Relativity and Gravitation group at the University of the Balearic Islands (UIB) offers a 2-year position for a scientific software developer. The successful candidate will support our research in computational astrophysics and numerical relativity through the development of the scientific software Simflowny, a cloud-based open environment for scientific dynamical models, with a user-friendly Integrated Development Environment, which automatically generates parallel code for simulation frameworks (for more details see ). He/she will work under the supervision of Dr. Carlos Palenzuela and Dr. Joan Masso’. The group also includes faculty members Prof. Carles Bona and Dr. Fernando Abalos, as well as two PhD students.

The starting date can be negotiated, but it should be somewhere between April and September 2024. The annual gross salary is ~ 30000 EUR.

Minimal requirement will be a bachelor’s degree or equivalent in computer science, astronomy, physics or a related discipline, with software developing experience and knowledge in Java, C++, Python and Linux/Unix. Excellent oral and written communication skills either in English or Spanish.

Applicants should send a curriculum vitae, including a brief description of previous experience and interests, to be sent to carlos.palenzuela[AT]