As an R&D staff member in the network algorithms group in the Advanced Analytics R&D division at SAS, you will work on software implementations of graph and network algorithms and related computational engines, with a focus on applications to Social network analysis, fraud detection and security applications. Duties include extending existing software and implementing new algorithms; keeping up with the latest literature and conducting research needed to develop new methodology as necessary; documenting new features and methods; providing support to end users and internal customers.
- PHD. degree in computer science, applied mathematics or a related mathematical discipline of the sciences or engineering
- Strong programming skills and experience in a low level language like C, C++ or Java.
- Research level analytical domain expertise as evidenced by publications and conference presentations
- Strong oral as well as written communication skills
- Experience with implementations of large scale numerical and/or network algorithms.
- Experience with network algorithms software and graph databases.
- Experience with social network analysis and fraud detection applications.
- Experience with parallel computation
- Broad knowledge of machine learning techniques and applications
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