The ESCAPE (European Science Cluster of Astronomy & Particle Physics ESFRI Research Infrastructures) Project has a Physicist /IT scientist vacancy for all those who want to join an exciting international consortium with partners from all around Europe (see below).
The GSI Helmholtzzentrum für Schwerionenforschung in Darmstadt (GSI), based in Darmstadt (Germany), a partner of ESCAPE, is looking for 1 physicist/IT scientist to join the ESCAPE international consortium. You can apply for the vacancy focused on supporting and improving GSI tools for continuous integration (Jenkins based), automated testing and release management, while being reponsible for operations and further developments of the extensive IT infrastructure of GSI and FAIR.
ESCAPE answers the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) ambition in bringing People, Data, Services, Training, Publications, Projects & Organisations, all together in an integrated and federated environment. It is the first time that many of the greatest European scientific facilities in physics and astronomy have combined forces to make their data and software interoperable and open, committing to make the European Science Cloud a reality.
The GSI Helmholtzzentrum für Schwerionenforschung in Darmstadt operates a worldwide leading accelerator facility for research purposes. At GSI, FAIR is currently being built, an international accelerator facility for the research with antiprotons and ions which is being developed and constructed in cooperation with international partners. It is one of the world’s largest construction projects for international cutting-edge research. The FAIR project was initiated by the scientific community and researchers of GSI. The GSI accelerators will become part of the future FAIR facility and serve as the first acceleration stage.
Beyond the shareholders, about 3,000 scientists from about 50 countries take part in the development of the experiments and the scientific program of FAIR. They will come to FAIR and GSI in Darmstadt as visiting scientists in the future to use the facility for research.