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Audio Research Engineer (24914)

Cambridge
£competitive plus excellent benefits

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Demonstrable skills in Machine Learning applied to Audio Signals

With this dynamic company who are well positioned to be world beaters in their specialist area. Their software is used in consumer devices to process and react to significant sounds.

They are now looking for smart Audio Research Engineers to join their team and develop new algorithms that will push the limits of their unique sound recognition system. You’ll love tough challenges, and are passionate and knowledgeable about audio/sound, DSP and Machine Learning.

You’ll have either a Master’s degree with some industrial experience or a PhD, in areas involving signal processing or machine learning, as applied to audio signals.

To implement the algorithms, you’ll need solid Python / bash programming skills too. C/C++ would be good.

This is a great opportunity to join an already successful company with a big potential for further growth. The successful Audio Research Engineer will receive an attractive package appropriate to qualifications and experience, to include a competitive salary depending on experience, and stock options.

Contact ECM directly now to get the best chance of securing an interview. We know what our clients REALLY look for and can help you tailor your CV. We will get your CV into the right hands and help from initial interview through to offer stage.

Keywords: audio, sound, acoustics, research, DSP, digital signal processing, machine learning, audio signals, speech recognition, music recognition, deep neural networks, hidden Markov models, support vector machines, algorithms, Python, bash, central Cambridge.

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