Delmic is looking for a software engineer to further extend the development of our microscopy software. The job is focused on the development of new software solutions for our existing microscopy portfolio, as well as maintaining and improving the current software.
Software plays an important role in the high-end microscopes developed by Delmic. As member of the software team, you will extend Odemis, the main software used to control the microscopes and display the acquired data. It is open-source, developed mostly in Python, and runs on Linux.
You will work in a team that interacts directly with the end-users, who tend to be experts in their field of biology or physics. You will have the opportunity to lay your hands on many layers of the software, from the hardware driver level to the graphical interface level, passing by image processing. You will also get acquainted to the many fields at the cross-road of microscopy such as optics, biology, and mechanics. DELMIC is currently working on some of the most cutting-edge developments in the microscopy field, including developments in extremely rapid acquisitions (big data generation) and advanced automation processes.
In short, this is a challenging and diverse job, where you never stop learning.
You have a background in software development either at the academic or vocational (Dutch: WO or HBO) level.
We are looking for the following skills:
Having experience with any of the following is considered a bonus:
What we offer:
DELMIC is a company that builds microscopes. Our customers are at the cutting edge of worldwide research. In this job you are intimately involved in making the customers' ideas a reality. As such, you get to learn a lot about new applications, which are both diverse and exciting. On top of this you learn to push your software development skills to the limit, while gaining a deep understanding of software and hardware interaction.
Apply by sending your CV and letter of motivation to Sander den Hoedt at email@example.com.
DELMIC B.V. is a high-tech company based in Delft, the Netherlands that produces correlative light and electron microscopy solutions. Currently, DELMIC produces three systems, the SECOM, a platform for integrated fluourescence and electron microscopy, the SPARC, a high-performance cathodolumiscence detection system, and the Delphi, the world's first fully integrated fluourescence and scanning electron microscope and the product of a collaboration...