- Job: 19683-KCAR
- Department:Product Development
Duration: 4 months (begins May 2019)
We are seeking someone talented and creative to join the development team responsible for improving the numerical optimization capabilities and workflow in MATLAB.
ResponsibilitiesYou will contribute to the development of robust numerical optimization algorithms. Some expertise as well as interest and aptitude in this area is essential for this position. You will work in a highly collaborative environment alongside peers that range from optimization experts to casual users of optimization.
- Candidates must be pursuing a master's level or a PhD level degree in a technical discipline.
- Experience with MATLAB or other technical computing language
- Experience with C++
- Strong mathematics background (Optimization, Linear Algebra, Numerical Analysis)
- Ability to write and communicate effectively
- Ability to work independently
Why MathWorks?It’s the chance to collaborate with bright, passionate people. It’s contributing to software products that make a difference in the world. And it’s being part of a company with an incredible commitment to doing the right thing – for each individual, our customers, and the local community.
MathWorks develops MATLAB and Simulink, the leading technical computing software used by engineers and scientists. The company employs 4000 people in 16 countries, with headquarters in Natick, Massachusetts, U.S.A. MathWorks is privately held and has been profitable every year since its founding in 1984.
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