Computer Scientist Job Descriptions

Computer science is the study of how data and instructions are processed, stored and communicated by computing devices. It involves designing software and addressing fundamental scientific questions about the nature of computation but also involves many aspects of hardware and the architecture of large computer systems.

Computer scientists create the brains in our smartphones, they keep airplanes from falling out of the sky, they help surgeons do a better job and they automate aspects of manufacturing, to name but a few. The reality is, there are many different roles that a computer scientist could fill, but any computer science role is likely to involve:


• Thinking about and conceptualizing computational and math’s-related problems and challenges

• Developing new products or solve practical computing problems

• Conducting research involving experimentation and modelling

• Working as part of a research team with programmers, IT professionals, and mechanical, electrical or software engineers to solve problems and create new products

• Studying, experimenting and investigating technological fields such as artificial intelligence, robotics and virtual reality

• Seeking to improve the performance of existing computer systems and software

• Developing new hardware or computing techniques and materials

• Key skills for computer scientists

Note Special Requirement:- Discipline+ Quality +Speed +Commitment (DQSC Indicator)

• Excellent math’s skills

• Excellent computer and technology knowledge and skills

• An ability to analyses problems and trace them to their core causes

• A systematic approach to work and problem solving

• A stickler for accuracy

• A strong ability to anticipate and diagnose problems

• Ability to organize and classify large amounts of information