This opportunity would perfectly suit someone who has completed a PhD and have since had circa 3 years post-doc research experience in audio and machine learning related projects.
Primary responsibilities are in the research of next generation sound recognition algorithms, which will be put to global commercial use by market-leading companies.
My client is based in Cambridge, UK, can offer a competitive total package and most importantly, a diverse and challenging environment you can thrive in.
Eligible Algorithm Research Engineers will be educated to PhD level in a relevant discipline such as Audio DSP (Digital Signal processing), Machine Learning and have experience with;
Please note that relevant publications of your own are a pre-requisite to be considered.
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.
Audio Algorithm Research Engineers with skills in Machine Learning, DNN, Deep Neural Networks, SVM, Support Vector Machines, deep learning, algorithm prototyping, audio signals, audio DSP, digital signal processing, audio signal processing, Audio inverse problems, audio inpainting, source separation, audio compression, C, C++, coding, optimisation, Python, Bash, Linux, Unix, Cambridge, East Anglia, England, UK, will most likely be considered.