Important: Machine Learning, Software Engineering, Signal Processing.
If you have a very strong experience in those 3 then this could be the ideal job for you!
Visa can be provided for the right candidates.
You will design and implement state-of-the-art methods for both supervised and unsupervised learning, with a focus on sensor data such as gyroscope and accelerometer streams.
Your knowledge of signal processing allows you to apply the necessary pre-processing steps such as band pass filtering, down sampling while anti-aliasing, Fourier or Cepstrum coefficient extraction and spectrogram modeling.
You have experience with temporal modeling techniques, both for discrete state spaces (e.g. hidden Markov models and dynamic Bayesian networks) and for continuous state spaces (e.g. Kalman and particle filtering). You have provable experience with generative (e.g. Gaussian Mixture Models) and discriminative (e.g. Random Forest) classification techniques.
You have a strong theoretical and mathematical background and are able to reason about machine learning peculiarities in order to answer questions such as: Is a Bayesian classifier with Gaussian likelihoods and priors the same as a Euclidean distance classifier if equal and diagonal covariance matrices are used? When should we choose a linear model as opposed to a more flexible nonlinear model in the face of a high dimensional feature space? How do we avoid aliasing when processing and down sampling high frequency sensor data?
You will help the team to improve upon current methods and models. You have a practical mindset and are able to bring these models into a production environment. As such, you have extensive experience with Python or another relevant programming language.
Your programming experience will allow you to closely collaborate with the Data engineering team to improve the models and push them through our release process.
The ideal candidate is experienced in Machine Learning, Software Engineering and Signal Processing. Their main programming language is Python.