IC Resources Ltd

Computer Vision Research Engineer

7 days left

Top end market salary + options
01 Jul 2017
29 Jul 2017
Chris Wyatt
Specialist Area
Contract Type
Full Time
Computer Vision Research Engineer
Top end market salary + options

Are you currently researching and developing Computer Vision solutions in a commercial setting? Perhaps you're finishing a relevant MSc or PhD and looking for your first real position? If you tick either box and you want to work for one of the most promising Computer Vision start-ups I've worked with of late, then apply today and get in touch.

What can you expect? You will be working alongside industry experts, with firsts and a notable track record in Computer Vision. You will be getting stuck in where needed and ultimately help build the core technology offering and become an invaluable asset to the business as the company grows. Eligible Computer Vision Research Engineers will have a MSc or PhD in Computer Vision, Computer Science or similar, and have strengths in several of the following;

*C++ and Python programming
*Mathematics and / Physics background
*SLAM Systems e.g. visual-inertial, RGBD
*GPU Programming e.g. OpenCL, CUDA
*Augmented Reality / Virtual Reality

Any relevant experience on top of these foundations will be very beneficial. 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.

Computer Vision Research Engineers with skills in GPU Programming e.g. OpenCL, CUDA, SLAM systems, Augmented Reality / Virtual Reality, autonomous vehicles, monocular, stereo, RGBD, 3D Graphics, Image processing, computer vision, event-based camera, vSLAM, south east, London, UK, will most likely be considered.

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