[robotics-worldwide] [jobs] Computer Vision Scientist Position at Bossa Nova Robotics

Sarjoun Skaff sarjoun at bnrobotics.com
Wed May 13 13:56:54 PDT 2015

Bossa Nova Robotics is a Carnegie Mellon spin-off building robots that live
and work around people. We are a small company focused on solving big
problems with robots in a fast-paced, creative environment. We are looking
for an experienced roboticist or computer scientist to lead advanced
computer vision development.

Job Description
- Lead design and implementation of computer vision and perception
- Architect robot perception solutions and systems
- Take charge of quality assurance, verification and testing of computer
vision software
- Lead production of shippable software

- Minimum 6 years of experience in machine vision
- Hands-on experience with feature-based object recognition, including
construction and optimization of large-scale object databases
- Hands-on experience with point-cloud analysis
- Experience with common image processing tasks, including OCR, barcode,
and QR decoding
- Knowledge of robot-centric perception, including obstacle detection and
- Experience with multi-modal sensing, including fusion of imaging and
depth sensing
- Command of OpenCV , PCL
- Excellent C/C++ and MATLAB programing skills
- Availability for overseas travel
- Minimum Degree: MS or PhD in Robotics, Computer Science, or equivalent
- US work authorization

Nice to Have
- Expertise in deep learning and optimization techniques
- Experience with ROS
- Hands-on experience GPU acceleration (e.g. CUDA)
- Command of Python, PIL
- Proficiency in Linux development environments
- Experience with embedded development
- Experience with version control systems (git, mercurial)

To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to jobs at bnrobotics.com.

See our other job openings at http://www.bnrobotics.com/#!jobs/cbq9

sarjoun skaff, phd | founder & cto | bossa nova robotics | +1 (412) 267-7266
 | www.bnrobotics.com
*“if i were a robot, i would run”*

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