Cosylab is a Control System Integrator specializing in Large Physics Facilities. Experienced and with a proven track record, we take pride in repeatedly delivering the right quality, on time & within budget. With Cosylab, your project is in capable hands.
Cosylab is a youthful, fast-paced and fast-growing company. We feel the absence of corporate bullshit as a competitive edge. This also means we are comfortable with overlap between roles and functions. Daily activities are based on the needs of the projects rather than a strict function description. So if you like to try out something new, jump in to help out a colleague or satisfy a customer today with a really creative solution, then Cosylab is the place to be.
We are highly committed to bringing the very best out of people and we highly value long-term working relationships, so we are looking both for experienced gurus in their field as well as bright and highly motivated students who are interested in constantly sharpening their knowledge and skills by working with and learning from the very best.
Specifically, we are looking for the following profiles:
A large part of our work involves software and ranges from pure high-level application development (in our domain) with Windows or Linux, all the way down to driver development. At Cosylab you can really put your programming skills to the test. Having the best as your co-workers, you practice quality controlled software engineering or programming-in-the-large.
If you're a student in computer science or physics and you have no work experience yet, but you like programming and you're good at it or if you already have what it takes and you're ready for a new challenge in the world of Big Physics, get in touch with us and join one of Slovenia's best software companies!
Cosylab is not just a software company, we have a fast growing team of hardware developers, specializing different fields ranging from FPGA programming in VHDL down to board design, combining technical knowledge with domain specific understanding of concepts needed to solve complicated challenges like design of timing systems, machine protection systems, fast digitizers etc.
If you are studying or already have experience with FPGA design and electronics and want to be a part of a young and energetic team that is pushing the boundaries of technology on a daily basis, send us an email!
We are involved in numerous big integration projects where we are working with different control system toolkits like EPICS, Tango, FESA, LabView, ... So we are always on the lookout for people who:
If you are either an experienced control system guru or just a student, who possesses the above qualitities, contact us now!
We have established a team of people that provide technical support to users and external organizations that are using software developed by Cosylab or by other third parties in collaboration with Cosylab. Since the number of our customers with these needs is bound to expand even further we are looking for new candidates that could help us do the job.
Contact us if you are a person with:
and you have:
We are offering you an opportunity to work with highly skilled and motivated people on top scientific projects.
The optimization of the performance of any particle accelerator critically depends on an in-depth understanding of the beam dynamics in the machine and the availability of simulation tools to study and continuously improve all accelerator components. It also requires a complete set of beam diagnostics methods to monitor all important machine and beam parameters with high precision and a powerful control and data acquisition system.
Within the oPAC project these aspects will be closely linked with the aim to optimize the performance of present and future accelerators that lie at the heart of many research infrastructures.
The network is currently aiming to recruit a pool of talented, energetic, strongly motivated, early stage researchers with a degree in physics, electrical engineering or a closely related field. Women are especially encouraged to apply.
Each researcher will benefit from a wide ranging training program that will take advantage of both local and network-wide activities, as well as of schools, conferences, and workshops. Excellent salaries will be offered.
You will find more information about oPAC, all research projects and the application details here.
Cosylab is proud to be a part of this project. More details about our colaboration here.
Video about the project can be found here.
Contact and further detail: Carsten P. Welsch
More information can be found here.