US-MD: Johns Hopkins - C programmer

Christopher P. van Buskirk vbuskirk at jhu.edu
Tue Aug 5 16:01:40 EST 1997


A neuroscience laboratory within the Mind/Brain Institute at Johns 
Hopkins University is seeking a software engineer to develop a 
real-time nerve spike collection program for visual neurophysiology 
experiments.  

Qualified candidates should be strong C programmers and should have 
2-3+ years of experience with PCs and Unix workstations.  Candidates 
must be motivated self-starters.  Additional desirable qualifications 
include a BS degree in  Computer Science, low-level hardware 
programming experience using DOS, real-time data acquisition, digital 
electronics, previous experience in a systems neuroscience setting, 
virtual reality, SGI Inventor and MATLAB.  Some system administration 
experience with Windows and/or SGI Irix would also be helpful.

This position, which is located on the Homewood campus of The Johns 
Hopkins University, provides an exciting work environment and the 
opportunity to become an integral part of leading edge research in 
the field of visual information processing.  The job provides an 
excellent opportunity to develop marketable skills with the latest 
hardware and software products.  Furthermore, excellent benefits, 
including tuition remission, are included.  Johns Hopkins is an equal 
opportunity employer.

For consideration please forward your resume and salary requirements 
to:

	
				Rudiger von der Heydt
				338 Krieger Hall
				Johns Hopkins University
				3400 N. Charles Street
				Baltimore, MD      21218




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