Senior Software Engineer, Onboard Perception
Los Altos, CA /
Automated Driving – Object Perception /
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- Collaborate with other software engineers and research scientists to develop perception algorithms, systems, and tools for autonomous driving systems.
- Support the development of large data sets and data pipelines for system training and evaluation.
- Build machine learning models using deep learning techniques for perception algorithms such as semantic segmentation, object detection, video understanding, etc..
- Stay up to date on the state-of-the-art in Deep Learning ideas and software, in collaboration with our Research Scientists.
- Develop high-quality software designs that allows for both high-performance and easily understandable and maintainable software.
- Live and breathe the software practices that produce maintainable code, including automated testing, continuous integration, code style conformity, and code review.
- 4+ years of professional experience in related position
- M.S. in Computer Science or a related field. PhD in Compute Science is a plus.
- Experience in Robotics, AI, or Computer Vision applied to autonomous driving.
- Proficiency in linear algebra, probability, statistics, and differential equations
- Strong grasp of current ML techniques, especially Deep Learning for Perception Algorithms.
- Strong communication skills. Team player.
- Strong C++ software development skills.
- Proficient in Python and Unix is a minimum. Additional knowledge of C++ / CUDA is a plus, experience with AWS as well.
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