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Software Engineer - Computer Vision at TERAKI (Berlin, Germany)

Your Responsibilities

  • Design and develop highly performant computer vision and video processing software for GPU based but also hardware constrained devices used in automotive applications.

  • Port, implement and optimize machine learning algorithms developed by our Research Scientists.

  • Write high quality, well tested and documented code, ready to run on special purpose computing architectures used in connected car applications.

  • Propose and develop creative and efficient solutions to challenges in video streaming applications and contribute to expanding our intellectual property portfolio.

  • Carry out performance benchmarking and analysis to support engineering decisions.

  • Provide engineering support to research efforts, working closely with research scientists (developing novel algorithms) and backend developers.

Who we are looking for

  • You have at least 3 years of experience in a similar position

  • You are familiar with GPU programming in CUDA and OpenCL

  • You have excellent knowledge in C++ and Python

  • Experience with Deep Neural Network frameworks (TensorFlow, Caffe)

  • Experience with Scala/Spark is a plus

  • “Can do” and above all “want to do” attitude

  • Motivated fast learner and problem solver who can work in a team as well as independently

What we offer

  • A unique opportunity to actively contribute to future mobility challenges

  • To increase your know-how in state-of-the-art technologies: Data Analytics, Machine Learning and Embedded Development

  • Flat hierarchies and work in a small but highly motivated, multidisciplinary and multicultural team

  • To work in a vibrant start-up environment in the heart of Berlin with the chance to play a big role in the success of Teraki. We do work that matters! 

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