Software Engineer – Computational Mathematics and Mechanics

Coeur d'Alene, ID
Engineering
FULL-TIME
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COMPANY Summary

Continuous Composites is on the forefront of additive manufacturing technology using a novel, continuous fiber-based, 3D printing process. Our engineering team is looking for an experienced and talented computational software engineer to further this technology, working in a challenging, fast-paced, friendly, and cross-functional work environment.

Your role on the team

You will be researching, prototyping, and implementing cutting-edge analysis methods and algorithms for our continuous fiber 3d printing process. This includes developing tool-pathing, physical analysis, and robotic motion planning tools. You will also be responsible for designing, developing, and testing simulation for our process.

What we're looking for
EXPERIENCE
  • Ph. D or M.S. degree in Mathematics, Computational Mechanics, Physics, or related discipline.
  • Strong experience with numerical methods.
  • Strong experience with developing computational solutions for physical problems.
  • Proven track record conducting independent research and integrating findings with others towards a common solution.
  • Thrive in a collaborative, multi-discipline environment and can clearly communicate across many teams.
  • Strong desire to work for an early stage startup company on disruptive technologies and make it a success.
Desirable
  • Demonstrated design of unique approaches to numerical physical analysis.
  • Experience with creating and implementing advances algorithms in commercial CAD, CAM, or FEA applications.
  • Familiarity with computational geometric concepts.
  • Familiarity with various numerical solvers.
  • Experience with C++ (with fair knowledge of modern C++ practices a plus).
  • Strong Object-Oriented Programming experience.
  • Familiarity with robot kinematic solvers and methods.

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