Salary on application
City of London, United Kingdom
Programming and Development
Permanent | Full Time
R&D Software Engineer in London
Are you a Software Engineer looking for a new challenge at a cutting-edge, award-winning, innovative studio? Would you like to work on a society-altering invention?
As an R&D Software Engineer at this studio in London, you will be working on testing and developing the latest VR and haptic technologies which will be used to develop surgery simulations. You should be able to push the boundaries, to work towards the creation of a product that will change our healthcare system and medical care across the globe.
The studio has been recognised with several awards such as ‘Best Invention of the Year’ and ‘Most Impactful Breakthrough’, as well as accreditation from several medical institutions. The sky’s the limit for this rapidly growing studio, so if you want to get involved with their mission, this is your chance!
R&D Software Engineer responsibilities:
Research the latest surgery simulation technology
Build GPU simulations from the ground up
Participate in agile development and SCRUM
Ensure the product is kept of high quality
Essential requirements for this role in London:
Expert in C++
Strong grasp of 3D Maths & Physics
Excellent understanding of GPU programming
Experience with DirectX + HLSL/ OpenGL + GLSL / CUDA
Experience with C# and Unity would be an advantage
Experience with VR technology would be beneficial
Tags: R&D Engineer, Software Engineer, C++ Engineer, C# Engineer, Unity Engineer, HapticVR, Research & Development, Research and Development, VR, AR, MR, XR, Start-Up Studio
A little bit about the city: London
As the English capital, London is known to be a city full of opportunities. From cultures, foods, activities and greenspace, everything is at your doorstep in this city and there is something for everyone to enjoy. London Fashion Week, Michelin-star restaurants and festivals are just a few of the many delights London has to offer those looking for a taste of the city. London is, of course, famous for its extensive history, culture and attractions. Many of London’s museums and galleries are free to enter, meaning, especially as a newcomer to London, you are easily able to absorb the knowledge and arts the city has to offer.
Fortunately for the many commuters, public transport is one thing the city can be really proud of. London is well-known for its widespread underground system, boasting 11 lines stretching 402km in total. Additionally, the Night Tube, a 24-hour service, is available on Fridays and Saturdays, making getting home after an evening exploring or catching up with friends a breeze. Aside from the Tube, London offers buses, river buses, black cabs, ‘Boris Bikes’ and trams, so getting around the city should never be a problem!
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