FIZ Karlsruhe – Leibniz Institute for Information Infrastructure is one of the leading provider of scientific information and services and a member of the Leibniz Association. Our core task is the professional support of science and industry with research and patent information as well as the development of innovative information infrastructures, e.g. with a focus on research data management, knowledge graphs and digital platforms. For this purpose, we conduct in-house research, cooperate with renowned universities and research associations and maintain an international network. FIZ Karlsruhe is a GmbH (a limited liability company) with a non-profit character and one of the largest non-university institutions of its kind in Germany.
At our Berlin location, we are recruiting for the position of a Scientist (f/m/x) the next possible date.
Collaboration in the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) project "faircore4eosc" according to the project plan in the following work packages:
API and Connectors between Aggregators and swMATH
Develop API and connectors between swMATH and Software Heritage to support archival, reference, description and citation as follows: extract references to software from research articles and trigger archival of source code known to aggregators and missing in Software Heritage, expose the corresponding SWHID in the software artifact record maintained by the aggregator, deposit and retrieve metadata for the software artifacts in Software Heritage, deposit and/or retrieve preferred citation information for the software artifacts in Software Heritage; export citation Information in one or more of the common open citation formats (BibLaTeX, CSL, codemeta.json)
Integrate and showcase the above into swMATH
Showcase the added value of the developed core components for the mathematics community
Qualifications and Skills:
Master’s degree in computer science, mathematics or similar areas
Business fluent in English
Experience in the implementation of externally funded projects
Very good programming skills
Awareness of software code quality and secure knowledge of the state of the art in software development research and technology
Very good ability to work in a team
Professional development experience desirable
We offer you the opportunity to play a creative role in a highly dynamic scientific and technical environment and to support and advance our innovative projects and developments in the best possible way. With our working time models and the support of mobile working, we allow a high degree of flexibility in the arrangement of work schedules, considering the individual family and operational work situation (life-work balance). FIZ Karlsruhe understands itself as a family-friendly institution, with equal opportunities being an integral part of our daily life. We have been certified by the audit berufundfamilie.
Remuneration is based on the Collective Agreement for the Public Sector (TVöD/VKA) with the company pension scheme with VBL. The weekly working time is 39 hours. The position is temporary until the end of the project on May 31, 2025. Applications from severely handicapped persons will be considered with preference, provided they are equally qualified. Information on data protection for employment advertisements can be found here.