|Title: Multiple open positions in Autonomous Driving, 3D Modeling and Localization (Full-time contractors, Internship)||Posted: September 9, 2016|
|Company/Institution: HRL Laboratories (aka Hughes Research Lab)|
|Location: Malibu, CA|
Description: HRL Laboratories is looking for candidates with US permanent resident or citizen status who might be interested in research positions (full-time contractors, internship) at Malibu, CA (http://www.hrl.com).
Education Desired: MS or Ph.D. in EE, Computer Science, Applied Math, or related fields
Essential Job Functions: Primary job function is to perform R & D in computer vision, machine learning, and other areas. Tasks will include the development, simulation, evaluation, and implementation in software of computer vision algorithms applied to a variety of applications. Additional job functions include solving customer problems, writing invention disclosures, publishing papers, briefing customers, and assisting in marketing HRL expertise. You will have opportunities to work on projects funded by our LLC member companies (Boeing and GM) or government contracts (DARPA, IARPA, etc.).
Experience Desired: Research experience in one or more of the following areas: computer vision, robotics, image processing, 2D and 3D object recognition, deep learning, automated reasoning. Application of computer vision techniques to autonomous systems, robotics, surveillance systems, or target recognition. Experience developing innovative solutions based upon the application of relevant research results from a wide variety of sources. Familiarity with C, C++, Python, JAVA, OpenCV, PCL, and/or Matlab/Simulink.
Essential Physical/Mental Requirements: Good communication (verbal and written) skills, active participation in R & D team activities is required.
HRL Laboratories continues the legacy of technology advances that began at Hughes Research Laboratories, established by Howard Hughes in 1948. HRL Laboratories, LLC, was organized as a limited liability company (LLC) on December 17, 1997, and received its first patent on September 12, 2000. With more than 600 patents to our name since then and counting, we're proud of our talented group of researchers, who continue the long tradition of technical excellence in innovation. For more than 60 years, HRL's scientists and engineers have been on the leading edge of technology, conducting pioneering research, providing real-world technology solutions, and advancing the state of the art. We continue to be recognized as one of the world's premier physical science and engineering research laboratories.
Application Instructions: Please email your resume/CV to [kkim at hrl.com]. Note that applications that don't meet the US residency requirement will be ignored.