[ros-users] Job: Scientist position at Honda Research Institute, USA

Alper Ayvaci alper.ayvaci at gmail.com
Tue Aug 19 22:14:32 UTC 2014

Honda Research Institute in Mountain View, California, has an opening for a
Scientist to develop self-localization algorithms processing inputs from
cameras, inertial motion sensors, GPS and other sensors for use in
real-time systems.

The successful applicant will be a part of a research team developing and
implementing a real-time ADAS and autonomous driving platform.

His/her responsibilities include:
* Ability to develop software employing image processing and computer
vision techniques
* Employ sensor fusion techniques with multi-modal data
* Data association between sensor and map information
* Setup and run module regression tests using large collections of sensor
* Benchmarking results against ground truth data

* A minimum of an M.S. degree in Computer Science, EE or related field
* Excellent skills in C++ and Linux
* Experience with real-time camera and other sensor processing
* Knowledge of computer vision, robotic navigation and/or related areas

* PhD degree in Computer Science, EE or related field
* CUDA programming, runtime optimization
* Working knowledge of libraries such as OpenCV and PCL
* Experience with CAN bus, GPS, IMU, vehicle odometry and dynamic models
* Knowledge of GIS coordinate systems and data manipulation

* Limited 3-year associate position with the possibility of further
extensions or transition to a long term position at the company's

To apply, please send a cover letter and your resume to

fulltime at honda-ri.com

with the subject line clearly indicating the job number you are applying
Name your attachments as "FirstName.LastName.OrganizationName.cv.pdf"
Candidates must have the legal right to work for Honda Research Institute
in the U.S.A.
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