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Software developer (m/f/d) for the area of vehicle and traffic safety
Human Factors Expert (m/f/d) for the area of vehicle and traffic safety

AMFD – Auto Mobil Forschung Dresden GmbH is looking for reinforcement in the field of vehicle and traffic safety with immediate effect. The searched software developer (m/f/d) shall take over responsible tasks in the development of simulation models for questions of traffic simulation and vehicle safety. In a team of automotive engineers, psychologists and software developers, behavioral models of road users are to be jointly developed and implemented in the simulation framework OpenPASS.

Promotion possible.

Tasks include:

    • Concept development of model features
    • Code analysis and bug fixing
    • Unit and end-to-end testing
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You should have the following knowledge, skills or experience:

Absolutely necessary
      • A successfully completed (technical) university education in the field of computer science, electrical engineering or automotive engineering
      • In-depth knowledge and confident handling of C++
      • Deep analytical understanding
      • Organizational skills and ability to work in a team
 
Should be present
  • Knowledge of technical English
  • Experience with agile development methods (preferably SCRUM)
  • Experience with Continuous Integration processes and tools (Git, GoogleTest, Jenkins).
 
Desirable would be
        • Experience in research projects
        • Prior knowledge of automotive engineering or psychology/physiology
        • Class B driver’s license

 

Full-time (40 h/week)

AMFD – Auto Mobil Forschung Dresden GmbH is looking for reinforcement in the field of vehicle and traffic safety with immediate effect. The searched Human Factors Expert (m/f/d) shall take over responsible tasks in the development of simulation models for issues of traffic simulation and vehicle safety. In a team of engineers and software developers, behavioral models of road users are to be jointly developed and implemented in the simulation framework OpenPASS.

Promotion possible.

Tasks include:

    • Code analyses and model building
    • Concept development of model features
    • Coaching of the technical project colleagues
  •  

You should have the following knowledge, skills or experience:

Absolutely necessary
      • A successfully completed university education in the field of traffic, engineering or behavioral psychology
      • In-depth knowledge of behavioral psychology, physiology, and modeling of these processes (preferably in a transportation context)
      • Deep analytical understanding
      • Organizational skills and ability to work in a team
 
Should be present
  • Knowledge of technical English
  • Solid knowledge in statistics and stochastics
  • Experience in research projects
 
Desirable would be
        • Previous knowledge of automotive engineering
        • Basic programming skills (preferably C++)
        • Class B driver’s license

 

Full-time (40 h/week)

If you would also like to become part of a young and innovative team, send a detailed application at any time to:

stefan.bender@amf-dresden.de