Insead Business School
Lead programmer for physiological research measurement tools
The INSEAD-Sorbonne University Behavioural Lab, located in Paris, offers world-class facilities and support to conduct behavioral research. Since its opening in 2002, over 92,000 people have participated in research on individual and group decision making, perception, emotion, and consumption. Over 30 faculty members and 20 Ph.D. candidates from Sorbonne University (of which INSEAD is a member) and HEC currently conduct research at the lab. More about the lab at www.inseadsorbonnelab.com.
The INSEAD-Sorbonne University lab is hiring a Lead Programmer (M/F). Availability: Immediate. Duration: Until 30 June 2018.
– Develop API’s for Qualtrics (web survey software) and physiological measurement tools: Tobii Eye-trackers, Biopac tools (EEG, ECG, skin conductance), Noldus Facereader ( facial emotion recognition), Motive Optitrack for (3D motion capture).
– Creating a user-friendly GUI to allow researchers to easily collect data from the various research tools.
– Creating an automatic output system to combine the data from the different tools.
– Expert advice on the purchase or in-house development of software and hardware.
– Developing solutions for administrative tracking of studies and internal invoicing.
You have a 5-year Master’s degree in Engineering or Computer Science, preferably with some work experience in a similar position. You have strong teamwork skills and have great people skills. Prior knowledge of Acknowledge (Biopac), Tobii Pro Studio (Eye tracker) and FaceReader would be appreciated but is not required.
– Language: Fluent English required. Knowledge of French would be a plus but is not required.
– Development environment: Linux, Windows
Contact: Pierre Chandon, Pierre.CHANDON@insead.edu
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