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Notice

AISB opportunities Bulletin Item

Job Opportunity: Robot Vision Scientist


Contact: dchiang@braintech.com

ROBOTIC VISION SCIENTIST (POSITION NUMBER 328)

 THE OPPORTUNITY
 Founded in 1994, Braintech, Inc. is a rapidly growing company
 specializing in the design and development of machine vision products
 for the industrial, consumer and government/defense robotic markets.
 Braintech pioneered 3D-Vision Guided Robotics (3D-VGR) for
 manufacturers in early 2000 through landmark installations at Ford
 Motor Co.  Braintech was also first to commercialize the development,
 operation and support of VGR systems with the release of
 eVisionFactory commercial software platform.

 Systems built using Braintech products provide robots with the ability
 to 'see', identify and locate objects accurately in 3D space.  This
 new capability has tremendous implications in terms of flexibility and
 usability of robots and has already brought about a paradigm shift in
 the industrial manufacturing market.

 Braintech's unique suite of products and technologies put us at the
 leading edge of the new emerging intelligent robotics market.  For
 more information on Braintech please visit: www.braintech.com

 POSITION SUMMARY

 Braintech is currently seeking candidates for the position of Robotic
 Vision Scientist.  The successful candidate has a PhD in Computer
 Science, Electrical Engineering or related discipline, and a
 demonstrated ability to conduct applied research in the areas of
 mobile robotics, computer vision or machine learning.  We are
 especially interested in candidates with experience in autonomous
 navigation, visual servoing, sensor fusion, and anomalous event
 detection.

 REQUIRED SKILLS
        2D and/or 3D image processing knowledge.
        Strong mathematical skills (linear algebra, probabilistic analysis).
        An understanding of inference problems in machine learning- state
 estimation, classification, etc.
        Extensive coding experience in one or more of C/C++, C#, Java,
 Matlab, Python, Perl.
        Development experience in *nix-like environments (gcc/make, etc).
        Evidence of a hands-on approach to conducting research.
        Strong communication skills.
        Open minded and positive
 WOULD BE AN ASSET
        Development experience in Windows XP or Vista.
        Experience with one or more robot control platforms (MSRS,
 Player/Stage, Carmen, ARIA, etc).
        Experience with range imaging (Laser range finding / LIDAR., stereo)
        Skills in one or more advanced machine learning techniques: POMDPs,
 MRFs, Reinforcement learning, etc.
        Relevant industry experience.

 EDUCATION
 Minimum requirement is a Ph.D. in Computer, Electrical Engineering or
 similar discipline from an accredited University.

 EMPLOYMENT LOCATION:  Vancouver, BC, Canada

 CONTACT INFO: Please forward CV and cover letter to dchiang@braintech.com