• 3+ years of experience in functional analysis:
— Analyze Existing Systems
— Eliciting requirements
— Write documentation
• Stakeholder management;
• Intermediate level of English (or higher);
• Experience working with global teams
• Excellent communication, planning, and organization skills
• Aptitude for solving qualitative and quantitative problems
• Mathematical background
• Algorithmic background
• Contribute in full cycle of product development
• Be a part of future technologies
• Use Learning and development system
• Learn & use English
• Business trips to Europe
• Product requirements analysis;
• Software Requirement Specification elicitation and development for MatSDK algorithm part;
• Consult algo-development team on requirements;
• Organize and follow-up feature validation;
• Have overview of ongoing development for the product;
• Follow-up on ongoing stories;
• Give status update to stakeholders;
Algo Team at Materialise develops state-of-the-art algorithms for additive manufacturing and biomedical applications. Developed algorithms become part of Materialise SDK libraries which are used in Materialise software products and services.
We collaborate closely with product teams to ensure our solutions meet product requirements and are turned into effective product features. We provide full support for the developed algorithms which implies assistance in integration, bug fixing, preparing documentation and improving performance and quality on demand. We use Scrum and Kanban in our development process.
The mission of the Materialise SDK is to add value to the market with our technology:
• To create new software applications fast, tailored to the need of the market
• To optimize Total Cost of Ownership of software development via efficient reuse; decrease the cost of maintenance and increase stability and reliability.
MatSDK is used in various contexts:
The MatSDK as subset of the SDK: those microcores (C/C++ code) in the Materialise Software Development Kit, under control of the MatSDK policies. MatSDK groups production-ready microcores with focus on computations, algorithms and data structures that are considered core.