Job offer: C++ software engineer for P300 dev.

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Job offer: C++ software engineer for P300 dev.

Post by jtlindgren »

Forwarding a job offer from Athena group where they work with OpenViBE, near Nice, France.


L'Inria Sophia Antipolis recrute un ingénieur de développement BCI qui travaillera sur l'amélioration et le déploiement d'un P300 speller.
Voir cette page pour le profil détaillé du poste.

Merci de transmettre cette offre aux personnes potentiellement intéressées.
Bien cordialement,

Maureen Clerc

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Re: Job offer: C++ software engineer for P300 dev.

Post by jtlindgren »

It seems that a similar position is still available, forwarding from Maureen Clerc (this time in english),

(forwarded message dated 5.Sep.2017)

Software Development Engineer position available at Inria Sophia Antipolis, France


Inria Sophia Antipolis is seeking to a fill software development engineer position to work on Brain-Computer Interfaces (BCI).

The P300-speller BCI application developed at Inria Sophia Antipolis allows severely disabled patients to communicate using brain activity, measured through electroencephalography (EEG). It has shown excellent performance when tested extensively with 20 patients at Nice CHU. However it still requires some improvements to meet patients' expectations.

This project, funded by patient associations, aims to bring BCI out of the lab, and deploy it to its end-users.


• Analyze existing software.

• Reduce dependencies on third-party libraries.

• Automatize installation and calibration.

• Study portability onto tablet.

• Make application adaptable to users' needs.


• Highly motivated to work on a translational project in Brain Computer Interfaces.

• Masters degree in computer science or equivalent degree of knowledge.

• Significant, demonstrable experience (at least four years) in C/C++ programming.

• Experience with working in a Linux environment.

• Familiarity with version management (Git, mercurial), compilers and compiling systems (cmake).

• Familiarity with EEG and BCI would be appreciated.

• Knowledge of graphical interfaces and visualization (OpenGL, Qt, Gtk) would be appreciated.

Work environment

Inria is a research institute dedicated to numerical sciences. In Sophia Antipolis (20 km from Nice), the Athena team develops methodology for non-invasive imaging of the Central Nervous System.

In particular, it hosts a full-fledged Electroencephalography laboratory and investigates Brain-Computer Interfaces, in the context of the Inria Project-Lab bci-lift.

Software development is organized within a development team including other software engineers and researchers, following agile development principles.

Terms of salary and employment

A 15-month renewable contract will be established. Salary will depend on diploma and experience. Applications including a cover letter, curriculum vitae and the names of two referees should be sent by September 30th 2017 to: Dr. Maureen Clerc at

More information about Inria and the Athena team can be found at: