[FieldTrip] Software Developer Opportunity in Lyon !

Hesham ElShafei hesham.elshafei at inserm.fr
Thu Nov 8 16:40:42 CET 2018

Hello fieldtrippers !!

Our team is looking for a software developer to participate in the
development of signal processing and visualization (topographies,
time-frequency plots) tools for EEG and MEG signals. This project is in
continuity with the ELAN software that has been developed and updated in
our laboratory for more than 20 years
(https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21687568) and will be in close
collaboration with the MNE-Python development team

You will be responsible for developing a new graphic interface to the
already available visualization tools. Regular interactions with team
members will be organized to better sense the future users' needs.
Moreover, different data sets (EEG, MEG) corresponding to various
experimental conditions will be available to test the developed tools.

You should have a master's degree computer science. Experience in
(C/C++, Python programming) and knowledge of (Qt and signal processing).
Knowledge of human electrophysiology (EEG/MEG) would be a plus.

You should have strong organizational skills, be able to work
independently, and have excellent interpersonal communication skills.
You should be able to work in a dynamic, collaborative and international

Intended starting data is January 1st, 2019. Initial contract will be
for 12 months with possibility of an extension

According to education level and work experience salary will range
between 1800 and 2500 euros net/month.

For more information please contact : 

Pierre-Emmanuel Aguera : pe.aguera at inserm.fr
Aurélie Bidet-Caulet : aurelie.bidet-caulet at inserm.fr
Anne Caclin : anne.caclin at inserm.fr

Or visit our website(s) !



ps. maybe I'm not smart enough to figure out how to reply to answers to
my questions , but thanks a lot for answering them !! :)
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