Scientific Computing Careers Day

Dec 04.

Scientific Computing Careers Day

Come to Diamond Light Source, the UK’s synchrotron facility to find out about careers in software, computing, data analysis, controls and more.

Date
04/12/20132013-12-04
Location
Diamond Light Source

Come to Diamond Light Source, the UK’s synchrotron facility to find out about careers in software, computing, data analysis, controls and more.

Scientific computing is at the heart of big science. We need high calibre graduates and postgraduates to take on roles programming and developing the systems which underpin and support the cutting edge science and engineering at Diamond. With opportunities for students in computing science, physics, mathematics and other disciplines, we hope you can come along and find out what a career in scientific computing can offer.

Day includes:

• A tour of Diamond Light Source
• Opportunities to try out activities linked to different areas of computing
• Access to paid studentships and graduate opportunities
• Opportunities to meet our teams

Free Raspberry Pi for the first 25 delegates to book*

Download the poster here.

What is Scientific Computing? 

The pursuit of scientific knowledge now rarely escapes the need for data analysis, software development, computing resources and even hardware control, in essence scientific computing. The nature of the work undertaken at Diamond allows an elite group of scientists and engineers to craft rewarding careers in these areas and we are always looking for more gifted and enthusiastic candidates to help us achieve our goals and facilitate UK and worldwide science.

Information:

Travel will be provided from Didcot Parkway rail station, please indicate at booking if you require this. For larger groups, please contact laura.holland@diamond.ac.uk to discuss travel arrangements. 

*Terms and conditions apply, not available to Diamond employees. Raspberry Pi's will be given on attendance at event. Non-transferable.