Decision science (dynamical modeling, optimisation, uncertainty quantification, and beyond) with !
- Fluency in at least one programming language for science, e.g., Julia, Matlab, Python
- Experience in Julia-based scientific computing, e.g., SciML, AlgebraicJulia, DynamicalSystems
@ChrisRackauckas It’s the first time I see SciML mentioned in a job ad, so the other languages seem just mentioned for a non-ideal candidate.
Yeah, the primary language indeed is Julia.
@thevolatilebit I just saw this job posted yesterday. Today I looked at the post on Merck’s website and it says job is not posted anymore. Is the job still available or perhaps the job posting just expires after a certain number of days?
@bdeonovic Just today I was informed that the job posting has expired .
Should I check back periodically to see if it gets posted again? I assume the link will be different, so is best to just check the Merck website?