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Paid Research Study for Real-Time Application Developers
x86 linux c cpp Jul 30

User Research International is a research company based out of Redmond, Washington. Working with some of the biggest companies in the industry, we aim to improve your experience via paid research studies. Whether it be the latest video game or productivity tools, we value your feedback and experience. We are currently conducting a research study called the Real-Time Development Study. We are looking for currently employed Developers who practice Real-Time Application development. This study is a one-time remote study via an online meeting. We’re offering $375 for participation in this study. Session lengths are 150 Minutes. These studies provide a platform for our researchers to receive feedback for existing or upcoming products or software. We have included the survey link for the study below. Taking the survey will help determine if you fit the profile requirements. Completing this survey does not guarantee you will be selected to participate.  If it's a match, we'll reach out with a formal confirmation and any additional details you may need.

I have summarized the study details below. In order to be considered, you must take the survey below. Thank you!

Study: Real-Time Development Study

Gratuity: $375

Session Length: 150 Minutes

Location: Remote

Dates: Available dates are located within the survey

Survey: Real-Time Development Study

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Software Engineer Research
python cpp x86 keras scikit-learn machine learning May 20

Overview

Exciting opportunity to work on significantly advancing the state-of-the-art in cybersecurity tools! Our effort is addressing an outstanding software security hole, through novel applications of machine learning. 

Location : GrammaTech has offices in Ithaca, NY, Bethesda, MD, and Madison, WI — but will consider remote employees when there is a strong match of skills and remote work experience,outside the recent pandemic. (Remote employees MUST be located in the United States.)

Responsibilities

Under guidance of a principal investigator (PI), a software engineer on a research project will implement innovative prototypes to explore new approaches to problems in software security. A research-oriented software engineer is expected to:

  • Study and implement approaches drawn from academic literature or in-house design.
  • Evaluate the resulting prototype implementation to test its value in addressing the research goals.
  • Report results to the PI and respond by adapting the prototype to better address research goals.
  • Contribute to presentations and written reports that keep research sponsors up to date on project progress.
  • Prepare prototypes for demonstrations and evaluations by research sponsors.

Qualifications

Required

  • BS in Computer Science or equivalent. 
  • Three (3) years or more of industry experience.
  • Significant experience with applying machine learning techniques such as artificial neural networks, support vector machines, and cluster analysis to different problem domains.
  • Experience with implementing robust software using open source machine learning frameworks such as keras, scikit-learn, gensim. Such experience is expected to be in projects that are beyond standard coursework.
  • Ability to read advanced machine learning publications, and to judge and implement the key ideas.
  • Advanced software application development skills in Python and C++. 
  • Thorough understanding of data structures and algorithms.

Preferred

  • MS or PhD in Computer Science. 
  • Experience with machine code (x86, x64, ARM).
  • Knowledge of the cybersecurity domain.
  • Knowledge of containerization, orchestration, and deployment (docker, Kubernetes, AWS).

GrammaTech, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. 
Members of underrepresented groups are encouraged to apply

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Software Engineer
common-lisp scheme machine-code x86 architecture frontend Feb 11

Overview:

Work with one of GrammaTech's Research team on advanced software development in a large Common Lisp codebase. Build new components and extend existing tooling to meet project needs. Implement both exploratory research prototypes and high-quality library components and products. Significant experience contributing to large projects, developing software, focus on Common Lisp.

LOCATION: Ithaca, NY or Remote, USA Only

Responsibilities:

  • Develop applications software from requirements
  • Use of various commercially available tools and SDLC approaches
  • Effectively communicate up to Project Leaders and across all peers

Qualifications:

Required

  • BS in Computer Science or equivalent
  • 5+ years post-degree experience working in structured systems and/or software development teams, Common Lisp
  • Experience working development activities on large code bases (>10 KLOC) as well as developing software from scratch
  • Familiar with common software architectures, design patterns, and software development life cycle practices

Preferred

  • Binary Analysis, Source Code Analysis
  • Compiler design, compiler front-end integration, parsers
  • Static and/or Dynamic Analysis
  • Reverse-engineering
  • Malware-analysis techniques
  • Knowledge of machine code, especially ARM, x86 or x86-64
  • Dynamic analysis, program instrumentation, and profiling
  • System-administration experience, especially related to security
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