Countries in Europe and the UK are increasingly promoting and funding Science Gateways and other research collaboration platforms. Simultaneously, the missions of these Science Gateways (SGs) have grown as they add and combine the functions of compute and application software host, data provider, education resource aggregator, and research collaboration facilitator, with the goals of increasing effectiveness of research scientists and increasing usage of SG platforms.
MathWorks is seeking an experienced professional to engage with European Science Gateways, with the goal of connecting the researcher end users of these platforms to MATLAB and related tools. The role will include supporting the Science Gateways through the lifecycle, from identification of the relevant SGs, to working with the SGs to determine the best offering, and guiding the partnership through the implementation and adoption phases.
There are MATLAB tools, beyond the well-known desktop MATLAB offering, that are relevant for research collaboration and centralized computing. A sampling of these tools includes:
The EMEA Science Gateway Evangelist (ESGE) will work with individual SGs to evaluate and design approaches to providing access to MATLAB tools and related resources through the SG platforms. The ESGE will build on the work and experiences of MathWorks history working with Science Gateways. They will grow and extend these best practices and models by contributing learnings and key requirements from the field that will enable MathWorks to create new offerings and models of collaboration and computing.
The ESGE will report into the EMEA Education Market group and will work closely with MathWorks Science Gateway evangelists in North America. Travel will be an important part of the job (25-40%) to develop and build relationships, including attending and participating in relevant research conferences.
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MathWorks develops MATLAB and Simulink, the leading technical computing software used by engineers and scientists. The company employs 4500 people in 16 countries, with headquarters in Natick, Massachusetts, U.S.A. MathWorks is privately held and has been profitable every year since its founding in 1984.