• 2+ year of commercial experience;
• CSS preprocessors (LESS, SCSS, etc.)
• Semantic HTML and accessibility
• HTTP protocol, REST
• Knowledge .NET, EF, C#, ASP.Net MVC, MS SQL
• Experience with .Net Core
• Knowledge of Design Patterns
• Experience in writing unit tests
• WebGL, Three.js
• Web Components
• Build automation (WebPack, Gulp, etc.)
• Material Design
• Contribute in full cycle of product development;
• Be a part of future technologies;
• Use the Learning and development system;
• Learn & use English;
• Business trips to Europe.
• Design, build, and maintain efficient, reusable, and reliable code
• Identify bottlenecks and bugs, and devise solutions to these problems
• Help to maintain code quality, organization, and automatization
• Take part in building and supporting cross-product platform
• Code review and technical consultancies
• Frontend/Backend — 60/40%
We create 3D modelling medical web-software system — Surgicase Planner. Main goal of the product is planning mass operable anatomies such as knee and shoulder joints. It can be expanded by anatomies, implants libraries, manufacturers and algorithms.
Surgicase Planner allows to rate visually details of operation, with a help of high-precision 3d models and calculations. System helps to reduce invasiveness, risks and duration of operations, surgical equipment
Value is not just an empty word to us here at Materialise — it means developing software solutions to help people walk, run and jump again. It means engineering to help customers develop better products and add more functionality.
Materialise Medical has pioneered many leading medical applications of 3D Printing and is enabling researchers, engineers and clinicians to revolutionize innovative patient-specific treatment that helps improve and save lives.
Materialise Web-based Surgery Planner allows a surgeon to simulate the placement of implants in a joint replacement surgery (Knee, Shoulder). This simulation is based on three-dimensional models of the patient’s anatomy that were derived from medical imaging data using image segmentation. Using the Planner, the surgeon can inspect a default pre-operative plan that is generated by Materialise, adjust parameters as desired, and approve it. The surgeon approved pre-operative plan will then be used by Materialise to design and produce the Patient Specific Instruments (Pin Placement Guides) using rapid prototyping. Finally, the patient matched pin placement guides will be used on the patient during surgery as a guide to accurately determine drill and cut positions that are required for placing the actual implant device.