|Title: ||Posted: August 22, 2013|
|Company/Institution: Co57 Systems |
|Location: Cambridge, Massachusetts|
|Department: Visual Intelligence |
Co57 Systems is hiring!
Are you a top-notch programmer?
Do you have 3 or more years of experience in computer vision?
Are you a systems guru with a passion for building real-time response systems?
If you answered yes to any of the above questions, this is a great opportunity to create something cool!
At Co57 Systems, we are building a state-of-the-art real-time activity recognition system informed by what is known about the human visual system. We are a funded research and development company in Cambridge, Massachusetts. At Co57 Systems, we look for talented individuals with experience in Computational Vision to join our team. This is a wonderful opportunity to bring your knowledge to bear on a fundamental problem while having a significant technological and scientific impact!
Applicants must send resume and cover-letter to “firstname.lastname@example.org.” Cover-letters should be a very brief account about relevant experiences and/or school work that pertain to the desired position. All positions are full-time. Make sure to indicate the position that you are applying for in the subject line of the email. Please take a look at co57.com for details on positions and respective qualifications.
Many positions accept a B.S., M.S. or PhD in Computer Science or Computational Neuroscience or Math or Physics. Ideal candidates have a passion for designing fast, real-time algorithms; knowledge of statistical and machine learning techniques; excellent coding skills in C++ and python; experience with development on Linux platforms; good interpersonal skills; and an ability to work well as part of a team.
We look forward to hearing from you soon! ~The Co57 Team
Your overall focus will be research and development of a vision system for detecting humans, objects, and interpreting activity.
You will be expected to
Implement computational models of activity recognition, scene understanding, motion analysis, and spatio-temporal reasoning.
Implement system performance measures.
Demonstrate working solutions with quantifiable results.
Periodically present ideas/results, and write technical reports.
Implement state-of-the-art vision modules (in C++) taking a concept or published algorithm to a working prototype
Build test suites for system components
Design and build a real-time vision system: handling issues like inter-module communication and latency
Implement (in C++) multi-core and multi-cpu versions of existing code
Port existing code to the GPU
While Scientists and Engineers will bring different types of expertise, they are fully expected to contribute towards all tasks.