Team Description: Kitware's Medical Computing team solves complex healthcare challenges through customized software solutions. The team provides research, development, and technology integration services to research centers, universities and companies in the medical and biomedical sectors. By joining our team you will participate in a dynamic multidisciplinary work environment with exceptionally talented computer scientists, software engineers, mechanical engineers and biomedical engineers.|
About the projects: We build powerful software solutions using our well-established open source platforms including VTK, ITK, 3D Slicer, Pulse, iMSTK, CMake and ParaView. These platforms are mature, supported, documented, and thoroughly tested software systems that are in use by tens of thousands of developers and end-users worldwide. Our commercial projects involve generating solutions for medical device companies from ultrasound and preclinical imaging companies, to surgery device companies. Our research projects involve collaborations with top research institutions, including Harvard Medical School, MIT, Cleveland Clinic, Duke University, and others and build on our open source platforms. For more info click here
Aperio Software is a company that specialises in developing software and providing software training in scientific domains for a variety of organisations and open source projects. Past and current projects include the development of user tools and calibration software for the Daniel K. Inouye Solar Telescope (DKIST), work on the AAS WorldWide Telescope project, contributions to the Astropy and SunPy projects, and development of the glue visualisation tool.
Aperio is seeking a software developer and experienced open-source contributor to work with us on our growing number of projects in solar physics and astronomy, primarily in established open-source projects. This will include working on the development, testing, documentation and maintenance of several different software packages. You will be required to liaise with clients, other staff and the open-source community. In addition, there will be the opportunity to get involved in designing and delivering programming workshops. For more details see the full job description at aperiosoftware.com/jobs.
The Julia Language is excited to share that we will be hiring a technical writer as part of Google Season of Docs 2021. For more details, check out the full job post.
This role is for a software engineer to work on the open source Dask project. You will be able to build and maintain Dask and its connections with surrounding projects.
This role will also ensure that Coiled customers are effective in their use of Dask to scale Python. You will interact with users (both community and clients), engage in team prioritization, and work to implement fixes and features to improve the experience and capabilities of the Python ecosystem, verifying that those fixes resolve user needs.
This is an open hiring call for candidates who are already heavily invested in contributing to the PyData open source ecosystem and are looking for a company that can support their passion. The specifics of your role will be determined during the interview process.