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Algorithm / DSP Engineer (25474)

Cambridgeshire - south
to £65k DoE + bonus

Interviewing now - Applying maths and physics to real-world problems

This is a superb role for an applied mathematician to work on a diverse range of challenging technology products alongside a multidisciplinary team of engineers and scientists. Projects could involve improving the safety of autonomous vehicles by developing algorithms to deal with edge processing; or understand disease progression better by deciphering the nerve signals from implantable medical devices. The projects involve taking noisy sensor signals and extracting valid information in (close to) real-time to provide tangible and useful insights that will contribute to technological breakthroughs. As the algorithms will be running on constrained hardware systems, the successful engineer will be someone who relies on elegance of design rather than brute-force to devise computationally large solutions.

You will have an excellent degree (2.1 or 1st) in a relevant subject (maths, physics, computer science, and engineering) from a highly-ranked world-class university. You will be adept at using your mathematics abilities to draw out meaning from complex real-world data and display an innovative approach to seemingly intractable problems.

This is an excellent opportunity to join a successful and growing Cambridgeshire company with a supportive working environment that encourages creativity and career development. And, of course, there is an excellent salary with top benefits.

Keywords: Maths, physics, real-time, sensors, signal processing, algorithms, DSP, Python, C, Cambridge.

If this sounds like you, get in touch with ECM Selection – whilst we can only put forward the top few candidates, we do read every CV and try to respond to everyone, and we may have other ideas to suggest to you too.