Scientific Software Developer (m/w/d) - Fries Lab

The Ernst Strüngmann Institute (ESI) in Frankfurt, Germany, is an independent privately funded non-profit research institute that closely cooperates with the Max Planck Society. ESI was founded in 2008 with the mission to conduct excellent fundamental brain research.

The Fries Lab at the ESI constitutes an international team of researchers focused on studying neuronal synchronization’s mechanisms, its consequences and its cognitive functions. The lab recently started developing a novel software framework: Systems Neuroscience Computing in Python (SyNCoPy). SyNCoPy is a fully open source Python environment for neural data analysis. SyNCoPy is scalable, built for very large datasets and compatible with the MATLAB toolbox FieldTrip. To pursue the further development of SyNCoPy, the Fries Lab is looking for a

Scientific Software Developer (m/w/d)





The position is initially limited to a period of two years with the possibility of extension and can start as soon as possible. This call will remain open until the position is filled. The successful applicant will join an enthusiastic team of international researchers and practitioners with diverse professional backgrounds. The position offers the possibility to gain experience working in a development team, learn modern agile software development techniques and can be a stepping stone to a career in professional application programming. The institute is actively trying to help its employees managing work and family life, including access to an in-house nursery. Please send your detailed application only in PDF format only to with the subject “Syncopy Fries Lab”. Please consider our data protection regulations