Working under the direction of the Manager or Senior Team Lead, will be responsible for designing, developing and testing sophisticated software; developing state-of-the-art computer vision algorithms, apps and examples to deliver to customers worldwide; writing functional specifications and leading design reviews; implementing and testing algorithms using MATLAB and C++ on Windows, Linux and Macintosh platforms; collaborating with other developers, quality engineers, usability specialists and documentation writers; developing features and solutions for Computer Vision and Automated Driving toolboxes in MATLAB, including camera calibration, 3D vision, point cloud processing, and sensor file I/O; participating in planning and prioritization activities; gathering user requirements; writing functional specifications; and contributing to the design reviews.
Education and Experience:
Master’s degree in Engineering, Computer Science, or a closely related field (or foreign education equivalent) and no experience.
- Demonstrated expertise in development and technical support of computer vision and automated driving applications and systems.
- Demonstrated expertise programming in C/C++ and MATLAB; and developing and prototyping computer vision algorithms in MATLAB or Python.
- Demonstrated expertise designing and implementing localization, navigation and mapping algorithms for autonomous systems in MATLAB; and performing algorithmic programming for embedded devises to enhance the efficiency of generated C/C++ code.
- Demonstrated expertise applying deep learning algorithms to design and develop computer vision applications using MATLAB and deep learning frameworks -- TensorFlow and PyTorch.
[Expertise may be gained during Graduate program.]
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