Reliable, independent and innovative
MARIN, the Maritime Research Institute Netherlands, has become a reliable, independent and innovative service provider for the maritime sector and a contributor to the well being of society. We take initiative to couple our own expertise to various application areas to broaden our ability to solve problems. By maintaining our leadership position in hydrodynamic and nautical research and development, we make our accumulated know-how and experience available for Concept Development, Design Support, Operations Support and Tool Development. This commitment to high-quality technological innovation enables you to meet the challenges facing your industry today.
A dual mission
We have a dual mission: to provide industry with innovative design solutions; and to carry out advanced research for the benefit of the maritime sector as a whole. In this way, we strengthen the link between academic research and market needs. It is a unique interaction that benefits all parties concerned. The driving force behind this dual mission is a team of highly motivated and experienced people. MARIN is innovative, independent and above all, reliable.
Pro-active response to market needs
By feeding back the results of advanced research programmes into commercial projects, MARIN has created a powerful synergy with the maritime industry. This industry is being confronted with shorter cycle times and increasing global competition in challenging environmental and economic conditions. By becoming involved in projects as early as possible, MARIN can help meet these challenges. Our customers include commercial ship builders, fleet owners, navies, naval architects and offshore companies the world over.
Noel Bovens, Maritime Simulation & Software Group (MSG) manager: 'This MARIN business unit supplies and develops expertise, measurement, analysis and calculation applications together with the customer. (sailing) simulators and knowledge systems. There are 55 colleagues, spread across Sales & Project Management, Software Engineering, Services & Engineering, ICT and Multimedia. '
What are you going to do?
Gerben de Vries, Specialist: 'You are responsible for developing, verifying, maintaining and supporting calculation and simulation software for predicting the behavior of ships, ship propellers and offshore structures at sea. For this you use the eXtensible Modeling Framework (XMF) framework (C ++ code) developed by MARIN to develop simulation components and simulator applications. You fulfill both a technical and communicative function. You have to be able to empathize with the problems and wishes of the customers and to translate these into solutions in software. You will convert physical and mathematical models into software modules. A good basis from physics and mathematics is therefore of great importance.'
Who are we looking for?
Jaap Koolmees, Team Leader Software Engineering: 'We are looking for an enthusiastic colleague with an academic working and thinking level. You have a mathematical background and you are familiar with modern software development methods and tools. You have experience with programming in C ++ and with verification of software. You are not afraid from complex mathematical experiments and simulations of models or algorithms. You have experience with the entire development process from specification to completion. You have an excellent command of the English language, both orally and in writing. And importantly, you work just as easily independently as in a team. '
What do we offer?
Margo van Dijk, HR Advisor: 'If you are looking for variety and challenging projects, then you should be at MARIN. Here you work together with internationally operating customers on often innovative projects. So you can pioneer in your field, together with colleagues and clients who are just as enthusiastic about it as you are. '
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2 - 5 years
|Job Location:||Wageningen, Netherlands|
|Keywords:||C ++, ICT, engineering, naval, maritime, algorthims, models, simulations, physics, mathematics|