Computer Vision Research Engineer
Start Date: Immediate
Location: Dublin, Ireland
Who are we?
We're an early-stage startup based out of Dublin, Ireland. We are building a future where consumers can confidently shop online with greater ease and where brands can sell more efficiently. To do so we are building a system to measure people from photos and offer sizing recommendations when shopping for clothes online. In short, we ensure only the right sized clothes are bought.
Why this role?
• Train on a custom state of the art dataset: We've spent months carefully building a state of the art dataset. Train your models on it and see them put into action with the support of the team.
• Create new experiences: Syze is going to change how people shop and ultimately wear their clothes. Help us build this new experience at a time when it's most needed.
• Join early: We're at the beginning of our journey. We're a small, dedicated and fast-paced team. You'll be joining pre-launch, will form a core part of our team and shape our growth.
• Startup learning: Improve your skills and learn at a startup rate as we build and launch within a year.
What will you do as a Computer Vision Research Engineer at Syze?
• You will be responsible for the research, implementation and training of new machine learning models for human body pose detection and measurement.
• Work closely with the founding team and customers to build beautiful and meaningful features.
• Turn novel research into an impactful product with broad usage.
What skills should you have?
• You have a strong record of international peer-reviewed publication and presentation in top-tier conferences (CVPR, ICCV, ECCV, PAMI, IJCV, ICIP, TIP, etc).
• You're an excellent programmer in C/C++, Python, TensorFlow and Keras.
• You have experience training and deploying machine learning models, with a strong focus on computer vision.
• You're able to undertake independent research.
• You have strong communication and interpersonal skills, both written and verbal.
• You have a desire to learn about new products, technologies and keep abreast of new products and technical and research developments.
• You want to join a fast-paced startup.
• Competitive salary and immediate start date.
• Employer pension contributions.
• Computer and peripherals of your choice.
Who do we work with?
We work closely with the ADAPT Research Centre in Trinity College Dublin. They have a strong history of creating impactful new technology, having pioneered video and audio technologies now used every day in movie production and at companies such as YouTube/Google. They even won a technical Oscar for work on the Matrix films.