The Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems in Tübingen is looking for several highly motivated student assistants/HiWis to strengthen its team.
The software workshop develops projects in many different such as GPGPU or OpenCL programming, image/video processing, integration of state-of-the-art machine learning algorithms into C++ frameworks, etc.
Your tasks will be to port an existing C++ parallel code that currently uses OpenMP to OpenCL.
An expert in software development will mentor the candidate.
What we are looking for
- A highly motivated programmer, that is able to work both autonomously and within a team
- Very good programming skills in C++ and/or Python.
- Applicant preferably should have a Bachelor degree in a field related to computer science. Exceptional candidates who are currently pursuing a Bachelor degree will also be considered.
- Good background in mathematics is a strong plus for this position.
- Preference would be given for applicants available for more than 40 hours per month.
- Good communication skills in English
- The ideal candidate is passionate by programming and likes challenging ideas with others
- Candidates must be enrolled at a German University/University of Applied Sciences
What we offer
In this position, you will be in direct collaboration research and development engineers, with access to cutting edge technologies, state of the art research algorithms, and modern high performance computing facility. The office hours are flexible. The payment is based on Max-Planck Society guidelines. Students holding a Bachelor's degree will be paid at 11.29 Euro per hour; students without a completed Bachelor's degree at 9.71 Euro per hour; plus a holiday dispensation at the end of the year. Appointments will initially be for 3 months with possibilities of extension. The probation period is 1 month.
The MPI for Intelligent Systems is one of the world's leading research institutions for machine learning, computer vision and robotics, studying the concepts of intelligence and autonomy on every conceptual scale. We offer an interdisciplinary, open research environment among international staff, with connections to institutions within and outside of Germany. The post is ideally suited for students looking to extend their scientific and cultural horizons.
The Max Planck Society is committed to increasing the number of individuals with disabilities in its workforce and therefore encourages applications from such qualified individuals. The Max Planck Society seeks to increase the number of women in those areas where they are underrepresented and therefore explicitly encourages women to apply.
Applications and inquiries should be sent quoting reference number 39.17., accompanied by a one-page CV to Sabrina Jung firstname.lastname@example.org and Raffi Enficiaud email@example.com .
If you prefer to send a hardcopy application, you may do so. Please address it to:
Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems