Senior Research Engineer Ref No: RD001
AudioTelligence’s groundbreaking technology is revolutionising the world of audio. We are the leaders in blind audio signal separation from multi-microphone audio, with applications ranging from automotive to consumer electronics, through home assistants to earphones and hearing aids.
The company has ambitious plans, so we’re looking for people who are keen to be part of one of the Cambridge cluster’s latest and most exciting startups. Our people will be working on technology which could be in billions of devices worldwide and which could make a real difference to many lives.
What you will do:
Working closely with the inventors of our patented technology, you will conduct original research that aims to advance state of the art solutions in the field. You will help the team extend and improve our blind audio source separation technology. The work we are doing will give you the opportunity to become involved in both fundamental and application-motivated problems.
What we need :
The essential requirements for this position are demonstrably excellent mathematical skills (shown either by your PhD or your work experience) combined with good deductive reasoning and critical thinking. You must be able to show us that you are really interested in a career in research and excited by the prospect of working in audio technology. We would also like experience in at least some of the following:
- Optimisation theory
- Bayesian methods
- Complex tensor calculus
- Prototyping algorithms using Python and/or C/C++ and/or Matlab
What would make your application really get our attention:
A background in audio signal processing or speech processing would be a great advantage, as would some experience of:
- Machine learning
- Technical writing
AudioTelligence is based in modern offices on the University’s West Cambridge site off Madingley Road, Cambridge. We offer competitive salaries, real opportunities for career development, a working environment built on shared values of teamwork, innovation, creativity and respect.