As a Computer Vision Research assistant, you will be supporting in solving complex problems involving image and video processing, algorithm development. The job is to perform a trade-off of multi-dimensional image/video processing algorithms and determine/design the algorithm(s) which suits best for the requirements. The job involves designing of the algorithms, testing and benchmarking for optimization; the actual algorithm evaluation, testing and data analysis leading to the selection of the final set of algorithms. You will gain valuable insight and experience into the computer vision products.
Computer Vision Research Assistant who is keen to quickly learn and adapt to different areas of programming and further developing their skill set.
Reports to: Dr. Nagachetan Bangalore, Chief Executive Officer
Location: F2-F3 Maxet House, Liverpool Road, Luton, LU1 1RS.
Salary: £15000 – £25000 based on assessment.
Hours: 37.5 per week Monday to Friday, 09:30 – 17:30
Position: Permanent (6 months probation period)
Note: Candidates must be able to demonstrate their eligibility to work in the UK in accordance with the Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Act 2006.
As a research assistant you will work as part of our computer vision object recognition and tracking research Team. The team will be responsible for coming up with innovative techniques and prototyping research ideas. As a research assistant you need to be self-motivated, however you will have guidance from our research and technology team, and other parts of Visio Ingenii Ltd.
You will often be working on multiple prototype projects at the same time. These projects may be in different phases, so on any given day each employee may spend time brainstorming innovative ideas, designing/developing prototypes, and sharing ideas with the team.
Masters in Computer Vision/Software Engineering
Must be able to look at the pro’s/con’s and determine the correct course of action to achieve accuracy and robustness at algorithmic level