IC Resources Ltd

Graduate Algorithm Researcher - ISP, Image Sensors

South East England
Competitive Salary & Benefits
21 Sep 2016
19 Oct 2016
Chris Wyatt
Specialist Area
DSPs, Software
Contract Type
Full Time
If you are a graduate algorithm researcher focused on image signal processing algorithms and looking for a first relevant step into industry, then apply now and look no further. My South East, UK based client is a market-leading company continually developing and improving upon next-generation ISP technology and looking to hire excellent graduate algorithm researchers who have a real passion for what they do. Primary responsibilities of this position will be working along-side a bright team of research engineers in the development of high quality and innovative image algorithms that can be implemented efficiently by hardware design engineers. This is an fantastic opportunity to propel your career to the next level.

Eligible graduate algorithm researchers will be MSc or PhD educated in a relevant discipline such as image processing, have a good academic background in mathematics and have experience in;

*Image and / or Signal Processing Algorithm Design
*C or C++

Highly desirable knowledge but not essential;

*ISP Pipeline
*CMOS image sensors
*Video processing

If this sounds like you and you're keen to find out more then please apply and contact Christopher Wyatt, Specialist consultant at IC Resources.

Graduate algorithm researchers with skills in image algorithm research, ISP implementation, software, C, C++, image processing, mathematics, modelling, CMOS image sensors, digital photography, video processing, south east, England, UK, will most likely be considered.

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