Computational Engineer (GPU)
As our Computational Engineer (GPU), you will become part of a team of scientist and engineers developing new devices for diagnostic testing. You will help transition the algorithmic, computational and electronical components of our prototype solutions to a level of new level of maturity ready for productization. In this very exciting role you are active on the cross-section of hardware, software and firmware developments while maintaining close links with our state of the art algorithmic developments in terms of image processing and artificial intelligence.
- Leading all activities relating to the computational elements of (medical) instrumentation design and development, from hardware design to coding.
- Being active at the cross-section between hardware, software and electronics engineering.
- (Co-)Defining the technology stack, in terms of computational hardware, software and firmware.
- Optimize the prototype image processing, computer vision and AI algorithms onto various computational platforms such as embedded & edge devices and cloud.
- Contribute to the roadmap of system and technology R&D activities
- Interact with research teams and product development teams
- Technology scouting & management: employ a structured approach towards identifying emerging technologies and advancing them from concept to solution.
Profile and competences
- Knowledge of or exposure to image processing, computer vision and AI algorithms and techniques, preferably in an industrialized context.
- Hands-on technology and hardware hacking capabilities
- Lateral thinking abilities, knowledgeable in science and technology in general, being cross-disciplinary orientated and having an imaginative and forward-thinking personality.
- Master’s degree in civil engineering with a specialization in computer science or electronics, or equivalent through experience
- At least 5 years of software product development experience, preferentially in a diagnostic or medical domain
- Fluent knowledge of English. Knowledge of Dutch or French is an asset.