Student assistant for digital projects in medicine

Institution
Faculty of Medicine - Dean of Research‘s office
Start date
as soon as possible
Application deadline
31 Mar 2021
Part time
10 -19 hours / week

Tasks and responsibilities

You will be taking part in interesting digital projects of the Faculty of Medicine. Topics include artificial intelligence, 3d printing, distributed computing, telemedicine, entrepeneurship. As part of the team of the research administration, you help our scienctists to use modern methods and technologies. As a developer, you will be contributing to open source projects, and you will support the Faculty of Medicine, in providing novel services.

Requirements

  • You need to be interested in technology and must like developing. Nerds welcome.
  • You need programming experience, prefferably in Python, or other languages such as C++, Java
  • Experience with open source projects and tools like git, GitHub, Markdown etc. are an advantage

Benefits

An interesting experience with varied tasks in a small and friendly team. You will learn a lot and you will be able to expand your track record. We care for your development goals and help you to get training and experience. The weekly hours (minimum 10, maximum 19) are flexible and can be shared if needed. Home office is possible.

Our working space is in a central location in Munich and is easily reached by public transport. We invite women to apply to this position.

This is a part-time job

People with disabilities who are equally as qualified as other applicants will receive preferential treatment.

Contact

Please send your application electronically to the email address given below

E-Mail

Medizinische Fakultät
der Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
Forschungsdekanat
PD Dr. Hendrik Ballhausen
Lindwurmstr. 2a
80337 München

For further questions please contact PD Dr. Hendrik Ballhausen, Tel. 089/4400 - 54605

Email: hendrik.ballhausen@med.uni-muenchen.de

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