Software developer | Interdisciplinary Division for Energy Analyses2019.02.08 17:03 - Anna Sawińska
Interdisciplinary Division for Energy Analyses (IDEA), is a part of the National Centre for Nuclear Research (NCBJ), which is an R&D institute. We cover our costs with business and research projects, and our salaries are competitive with the ones in analytics and consulting. We work for European TSOs and organizations such as AXA or ENTSO-E.
We successfully connect research with business, by developing technologies that bring value to society. Examples of projects: a tool for stochastic planning of power grid development, design of functional solutions for DSR, tools for optimal assessment of market zones for the EU energy market, tools for analysis and optimization power systems voltage and angle stability, etc. Visit our website: idea.edu.pl and find out more about us and our work.
Location - Warsaw
Who do we need:
A person who understands the mathematical modeller's model, refactors it and implements the target solution using, if necessary, HPC. Someone who can design the architecture of the software and, eventually, design the interface in cooperation with the customer.
- People for full-time employment, ready to dedicate their heart and mind to the work in our team. People willing to cooperate, share ideas, use experience, open-minded and keen on setting new goals.
- We create mathematical models and IT tools for the energy sector. At work, among others, we use classic optimization techniques, artificial intelligence methods, market models, HPC programming techniques and power systems engineering.
Nice to have:
- Experience with Python and/or Java, SQL and/or non-relational databases,
- Knowledge regarding IT system design, implementation, testing and integration
- Experience with TDD.
What do we offer?
- employment contract
- interesting, real challenges from the first days of work
- team support
- a chance to change a part of the world in a positive direction.
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