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Camera Imaging Algorithm at Path Partner Technology (Bengaluru, India)

Responsibilities:
Research, evaluate, design and implement state of the art next gen camera imaging algorithms for automotive and IOT cameras
Literature survey to identify potential algorithms and ability to adapt the algorithm to the target use case
Work in developing and customizing algorithms like auto exposure, auto white balance, auto focus, high dynamic range imaging, low light enhancement, video stabilization etc.
Work with software/ISP tuning team for algorithm tuning and optimization for cameras on embedded platforms
Publish relevant work in international journals, conferences or apply for patents

Minimum Qualifications:
M-Tech/ME/MS/ Phd in Electronics and Communication, Electrical Engineering
1-2 years relevant experience
Strong C/C++ programming is must. Matlab/Python programming is bonus
Strong fundamentals in digital cameras, image processing, color science, computer vision, signal processing, mathematical modelling, probability theory, linear algebra, physics etc.

Location : Bangalore/Kochi

Preferred Qualifications:
5+ years of relevant work experience
Experience in digital consumer cameras/automotive cameras/machine vision cameras
Experience in algorithms like 3A(AE/AWB/AF) algorithms and each block in ISP pipeline for consumer or automotive cameras.
Relevant publications or patents
Strong fundamentals in image processing, computer vision, signal processing, mathematical modelling, probability theory, linear algebra etc.
Work experience on embedded systems based on platforms like Qualcomm, TI, Broadcom, Intel, NVidia.
Hands on with single/multi camera calibration process
Excellent communication skills
A strong team player, self-motivated with passion for solving problems and work independently

Bonus:
Passion for photography
Worked on commercially available camera product
Machine learning approaches for solving some of imaging problems
Knowledge on GPU, DSP programming