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Research Associate: Harnessing Emerging Hardware Architectures in Kinetic Monte-Carlo Simulations (Ref: 1712391)

UCL is looking for an experienced and motivated post-doctoral researcher to develop innovative methods and algorithms for kinetic Monte-Carlo (KMC) simulations of reactions on catalytic

The University of Cambridge is seeking a Co-ordinator for two Synthetic Biology research initiatives at the University of Cambridge. OpenPlant and the SynBio SRI both promote i) interdisciplinary research between engineering, physics, biology and social sciences; ii) development of open and open source technologies for biology including software, hardware and genetic tools; iii) responsible research and innovation. The successful candidate will have a PhD in a relevant field and knowledge of Synthetic Biology research, policy and practice. 

Synthace is looking for a software engineer to continue developing and scaling their products and infrastructure. 

Apply via the Synthace careers website.

The Project

Synthace is looking to hire a talented and experienced front-end engineer to work on the UI to the Antha platform for life science R&D.

Synthace is looking for engineers to expand their team of lab automation software developers, working at the interface of life science and engineering on the Antha project. Two positions are available, one at a senior level.

Imperial College London is recruiting a Senior Research Software Engineer to join ICL's Research Computing Service. The successful candidate will collaborate with experts across the College, applying software engineering, distributed computing and machine learning to research in science, engineering and medicine. 

To find further information and apply to this job, please visit ICL's jobs page.

Closing date is 22nd November 2017.

The National Archives are looking for a Head of Digital and Technology Research position in Richmond, Surrey.

Are you passionate about data sharing and moving research forward? DataCite are looking for an application developer to join their team. The ideal candidate has experience writing open source software and a basic understanding of scholarly communication infrastructure.

The Department of Parasitology is seeking a Software Engineer to investigate the impact of drug and insecticide resistance on Malaria Control and elimination programmes using the Open Malaria simulation package. As considerable resources are being invested in this direction, optimal use of these resources can be guided by appropriate computer simulations.

In connection with the project “Supercomputing Wales”, Swansea University is looking for up to six High Performance Computing Research Software Engineers at various grades. Working closer with researchers in Engineering, Medicine and Science, these outstanding individuals equipped with both discipline-specific and technical skills will provide software support to researchers across the relevant disciplines. Main duties include code optimisation for current and emerging platform.

Full details are provided at the following Swansea University job vacancies pages:

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