Assistant Research Engineer / Scientist

Requisition #: A-48754-3

Status: Full Time

Type: Faculty

School: Whiting School of Engineering

Department/Program: Laboratory for Computational Sensing and Robotics

Location City: Baltimore

Location State: MD

Location Zip Code: 21218

Closing Date: Open until filled

General Description

ASSISTANT RESEARCH ENGINEER / SCIENTIST IN COMPUTER VISION and COMPUTER INTEGRATED SURGERY

The Johns Hopkins University Laboratory for Computational Sensing and Robotics (lcsr.jhu.edu) seeks an Assistant Research Engineer/Scientist to lead the development of computer vision, robotics and related software. We are looking for a candidate who is excited to work in a fast-paced, collaborative research environment and who will support projects by:

  • Leading the development of software that process image and video imagery for a wide variety of robotic and medical applications.
  • Supporting the publication of research results in peer-reviewed conferences and journals.
  • Keeping abreast of new developments in real-time computer vision, medical imaging, and 3D display technology, serving as an expert in this area.
  • Assisting students and research personnel as needed to develop advanced research prototypes.

Qualifications

The ideal candidate would have the following qualifications:

  • MS degree or higher in Engineering, Computer Science or a closely related field
  • Prior experience in developing computer vision software
  • Prior experience in an academic or industry research environment
  • Excellent skills in C++ and Python
  • Strong mathematical background, including linear algebra, statistics, and numerical optimization methods.
  • Prior experience with open-source vision and robotics toolkits such as OpenCV and ROS
  • Experience with 3D graphics, animation and simulation
  • User interface design experience with cross-platform Graphical User Interface libraries (Qt, wxWidgets, FLTK, etc.)
  • Knowledgeable in the areas of multithreaded software design, object-oriented software engineering, design patterns, and component-based programming.
  • Familiarity with software development tools such as Subversion (SVN), git, Doxyen, and CMake.
  • Familiarity with machine learning is not required, but is also desirable

This full time position is open immediately.

Application Instructions

Interested applicants should apply online via Interfolio using the Apply Now button below. Please include a detailed resume/CV and at least three references.

For further information contact:

Lorrie Dodd

Administrative Manager

Laboratory for Computational Sensing and Robotics

Johns Hopkins University

ldodd@jhu.edu

+1-410-516-0740

To apply for this position, visit: apply.interfolio.com/48754

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