The Brain Interfacing Laboratory has an opening for an hourly student programmer.
Position would be ongoing work for 10-20 hours a week to continue development on the LiCoRICE realtime platform.
The platform is open source and available at http://licorice.stanford.edu.
Position is only open to Stanford students.
Qualifications include strong proficiency in C, Python, memory management, and embedded systems.
Helpful to be proficienct in numpy, Cython, realtime systems, SQL, networking, and game design.
Please send interest inquiries with a cover letter and CV to Paul.