Join the MATLAB software development team and help scientist and engineers analyze and work with their time-stamped and streaming data more effectively. We are looking for self-motivated problem solvers to help lead development of MATLAB’s time-stamped data analysis features from early design through delivery.
Help design, develop and maintain the next generation of time-stamped data analysis features in MATLAB
- Work on improving MATLAB data types for time-stamped data
- Work on improving the time-stamped data analysis features in MATLAB
- Develop requirements for features through customer interviews and usability tests
- Develop MATLAB function designs through prototypes and collaborative design reviews
- Develop appropriate architecture and implement the designs
- Participate in all team activities such as agile planning, design discussions and reviews
- Communicate designs, plans, and ideas throughout the organization
- A bachelor's degree and 7 years of professional work experience (or a master's degree and 5 years of professional work experience, or a PhD degree) is required.
- Proficiency with a scientific computer language such as MATLAB, Python, or R
- Experience with C/C++
- Experience with time-stamped data analysis workflows
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