How to Apply
A cover letter is required for consideration for this position and should be attached as the first page of your resume. The cover letter should address your specific interest in the position and outline skills and experience that directly relate to this position.
This position is a one year, term limited position with potential to renew.
UMTRI’s Biosciences Group is seeking an outstanding programmer for a one year term limited, potentially renewable appointment within the Biosciences group. The position offers the opportunity to contribute to a highly regarded research program focused on crash safety, engineering anthropometry, and vehicle ergonomics.
Who We Are
The University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute (UMTRI) is recognized internationally for our multidisciplinary research focusing on transportation safety and mobility (umtri.umich.edu). We maintain the highest standards of excellence as we conduct research that improves peoples’ lives through access to safe and equitable mobility. UMTRI is a non-degree-granting unit within the College of Engineering at the University of Michigan that includes 20 faculty members, 65 research staff, and over 100 student researchers. During the last fiscal year, UMTRI generated $19M in research expenditures with funding from a wide range of government agencies and industry partners.
- Assist with the development of Windows applications to create the standalone and collaborative programs needed to conduct research
- Effort may range from simple data collection programs to advanced analysis tools
- Includes contributions to (1) geometric modeling, (2) 2D/3D image processing, (3) machine learning, (4) GUI, and (5) application architecture
- Work is expected to be performed remotely under supervision of UMTRI faculty
- Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science, Engineering, or a related field or equivalent experience
- Two years of experience programming in a Windows environment with C# or C++
- Sample Windows code available for review
- Candidates must be eligible to work in the United States
- 4+ years of programming experience in a Windows environment
- Experience with a commercial-grade programming using C#
- Experience collaborating in a research environment
- Experience with 3D computer graphics/image processing libraries, including OpenCV, VTK, THREE.js, Blender, Unity3D, etc.
- Practical knowledge of data analysis methods, including machine-learning, optimization, and other statistical methods
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In addition to a career filled with purpose and opportunity, The University of Michigan offers comprehensive benefits* including vacation and sick time, medical insurance including dental and vision, life insurance, retirement plan with matching contributions after one year of service, an expanded long-term disability option, continuing education reimbursement and several others. (*Comprehensive benefits information can be found at: benefits.umich.edu/events/candidate.html
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