Fellowship in parallel programming Finland:

An opportunity of ( A 2-year Fellowship is opening for an Experienced Researcher to apply new parallel programming techniques for Large Hadron Collider at CERN, Switzerland. An example of such innovative technology is Corento programming language developed by Atostek and Nokia click here:  

The work will be carrying out at Atostek Ltd in Tampere, Finland, in collaboration with manifold European partners lead by CERN in Switzerland. Secondments are possible, providing opportunity to work closely with some of the other 16 project collaborators all around Europe. 

The TALENT project is part of the Marie Curie ITN programme. An eligible candidate has a Master’s degree and 4-5 years of research experience, know-how, or a recent Doctoral degree and less than 5 years of research experience. We are looking for new talents, skills with sound background in programming, preferably in parallel programming using functional languages and the LLVM compiler back-end.  

We put forward, offer a competitive salary (60,000+ Euro), interesting research challenge, and enjoyable, pleasant working environment. We also provide career planning and training to enhance, improve career, prospects, viewpoint in both public and private sectors, for example summer school at Vienna University of Economics and Business.  

Further Information

Application Deadline: 15 November 2012

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