For students graduating this quarter:
Prof. Daniel Fremont is looking for a software developer to work on infrastructure/DevOps supporting open-source development of the Scenic probabilistic programming language. Scenic is a domain-specific language based on Python used to model the environments of autonomous cyber-physical systems and generate testing or training data to help ensure their safety. We are beginning a project to transition Scenic from an academic tool with a modest user base to a self-sustaining open-source ecosystem. Towards this end, the developer will create infrastructure to support open-source development of Scenic and its broader adoption.
Applications will be considered at least through December 8, with the goal to hire a developer to start work in January. For details on the required qualifications, salary, specific tasks the developer will carry out, etc., please see the link below.