Open Positions

2018


 Published: 03.04.2018   

HiWi position: Network and System Administrator

The ART-Lab of the Department for Trauma Surgery, Orthopedics and Plastic Surgery is currently seeking for a master student in computer science, applied engineering or informatics for position of an IT administrator.

The HiWi position is initially limited to 3 months of ~40 hours per month (450 euros/month), with a possibility of extension.

 

Required Skills

  • Experience in Network/System administration and Content management ( > 3 months)
  • Good knowledge of web-programming languages (HTML, DHTML and JavaScript)
  • German language proficiency (at least C1 spoken and B2 written)

The position holder is supposed to:

  • Support, design, maintain and monitor internal and external networks. Implement and manage all systems, applications, security and network configurations. Resolve network performance issues.
  • Manage all content and projects related to the website. Write, edit and proofread new content.
  • Create interfaces for a variety of web-based applications. Design and evaluate the interfaces utilizing user-centric design principles. Work with the researches at the department to achieve desired user experience.
  • Resolve issues related to storage systems. Maintain efficient and reliable backup and recovery procedures.
  • Install, test, monitor, upgrade, troubleshoot and repair computer systems, network and peripheral. Manage user account information, including rights, security and systems groups.

 

Contact

Please send your CV and a letter of reference (if any) until 01.06.2018 to the following Email address:

Email: marko.markovic@bccn.uni-goettingen.de
Telephone: +49-551-3920646
Web: http://www.neurorehabilitation-systems.de/1000/home/


 Published: 19.02.2018   

Master Students

The ART-Lab affiliated with the Clinic for Trauma Surgery, Orthopedics and Plastic Surgery is currently seeking master students in computer science or applied engineering. 

The topic of the work is about biomechanical data acquaisition, modeling in the software and biomechanical analysis (of lower extremities). 

Required Skills
    - Good software skills (e.g. Matlab, Simulink, Opensim)
Beneficial Skills
    - Previous biomechanics knowledge/projects  

Contact
Dr.-Ing. Mahdy Eslamy (Von-Siebold-Str. 3)

firstname dot lastname at sign med.uni-goettingen.de