Tuesday, December 4, 2018

[DMANET] Open position: Research Scientist Blockchain Lisk

"Welcome to Lightcurve. We're making the power of blockchain technology
accessible to everyone.

As Germany's biggest blockchain consultancy, we're on a mission to create a
vibrant, successful Lisk ecosystem. We're a hard-working and fun-loving
team, and we're always looking for the best and brightest to help us push
the boundaries of blockchain technology.

Currently, we're looking for a Research Scientist who will support our
Science Team.

Basic requirements:

- PhD in theoretical computer science, mathematics, physics from top tier
- Interested in blockchain technology and new technological developments
- Analytical way of thinking
- Knowledge in algorithms, data structures and cryptography
- Experience in software development
- Good written and verbal communication skills in English
- Able to work from our office in Berlin

Desired Skills:

- Self-organised in a dynamic, fast-paced startup environment
- Confident in algorithms engineering
- Strong collaboration skills


At Lightcurve, you'll find a wide range of benefits: an international team,
a dynamic work environment, relocation packages, a modern office space in
the center of Berlin, regular team events, top-of-the-line equipment and
personal development plans.

Apply now

Think you're a great fit for our team? Please apply via
<https://angel.co/lisk/jobs/331643-research-scientist-blockchain>*. We
speak many different languages here at Lightcurve, but please make sure
your application is sent in English.

Find out more about how we work and our company culture at Lightcurve.io.

Check out what we're building at https://lisk.io.

Want to learn more about blockchain technology? Discover our Lisk Academy.
We even prepared a Blockchain Basics chapter for you.


Looking forward to hearing from you!


*Andries Bellemans*

Head of HR - Lightcurve / Lisk

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