Development of a Parallelization Toolchain
We are seeking a motivated student research assistant for maintaining the code base of our parallelization toolchain named DiscoPoP (Discovery of Potential Parallelism). Our tool helps programmers to identify potential parallelization opportunities in their sequential code and suggests parallelization strategies. We plan to publish DiscoPoP under an open-source license. The task will involve the application of best software-engineering practices, including unit testing, continuous integration, etc.
The work location is Hochschulstr. 10 (Robert-Piloty building). The applicant should be available for the position for at least 6-12 months. The number of hours per week is negotiable.
Please send your application documents electronically, including your CV and records of your academic performance, to Petra Stegmann.