PamiTC Job Board - Posting Details

Title: Computer Vision Researcher Posted: November 19, 2014
Company/Institution: Samsung Research America
Location: Richardson, TX
Department: Mobile Processor Innovation Lab


Position Summary: The Samsung MPI Lab is currently looking to fill multiple positions in the Mobile Computer Vision team. As part of the vision team, you will be responsible for creating cutting-edge algorithms and technologies that can significantly enhance mobile platforms ability to understand visual environments and interact with users. You will also work on demonstrating efficient SW and HW implementations on current and/or upcoming Samsung mobile platforms. The works at MPI lab are part of Samsung Mobile's global R&D effort and have direct impact on future Samsung Mobile products reaching millions of users worldwide.


    -Identify areas of differntiation and innovation around mobile camera vision by leveraging new and existing vision algorithms and vision-based user interfaces

      -Prototype algorithms in Matlab, C/C++

        -Understand the constraints of mobile systems and use that understanding to deliver feasible and efficient algorithms.

          -Demonstrate the feasibility and usability of the technologies in embedded SW and HW

            -Work with HW architects to define next generation HWIP and platforms to implement/run the algorithms in power/performance-efficient manners.


              -MS/PhD in Computer Science/Electrical Engineering/Computer Engineering or similar technical degree. Ph.D. degree is preferred.

                -Hands-on experience in one or more of the following areas: object recognition, optical flow and tracking, multi-sensor fusion, 3d vision, augmented reality

                  -Strong communication skills

                    -Experience in 3d registration/reconstruction/modeling is desirable

                      -Experience in hardware accelerators is a plus

                      Application Instructions: Interested candidates should e-mail their resumes to
                      Jason Ukestad at

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