A large proportion of all microchips around the globe are produced with optical technologies from ZEISS. As the technology leader in the field of semiconductor manufacturing equipment, ZEISS enables the production of increasingly powerful, more energy-efficient and more economical microchips, and thus plays a pivotal role in the age of microelectronics.
Computational Imaging Scientist (m/f) with Specialization in 3D Job Description
With more than 25,000 employees, ZEISS is one of the global leaders in the optical and optoelectronic industries and has been contributing to technological progress for 170 years. ZEISS develops and distributes lithography optics, measuring technology, microscopes, medical technology, eyeglass lenses, camera and cine lenses, binoculars and planetarium technology.
- drive the development of tomorrow's state of the art imaging solutions to meet the challenges posed by ZEISS's world-renowned current and future products. These range from light, electron and x-ray microscopes as well as OCT devices to industrial CT scanners and optical 3D measurement systems.
- take innovative project ideas from research and idea stages to prototypes
- conduct technology screening and continuously drive technology push into our flagship products.
- initiate and maintain national and international collaborations with partners from industry and academic research institutes
- shape the future of ZEISS. We believe that algorithms and hardware belong together. You will help pushing the boundaries of what is possible in imaging.
Computational Imaging Scientist (m/f) with Specialization in 3D Job Requirements
- an open and creative mind set as well as strong analytical skills
- strong self-motivation and hands-on mentality
- excellent communication skills (english, german is a plus but not necessary)
- a PhD in computer science or mathematics with a strong publication track record or work experience in one of the following areas -- image and/or volume processing of large data sets -- image acquisition and processing including camera calibration, multi-view stereo, optical flow, shape from X -- inverse problems, e.g. computed tomography, MRI, OCT, (blind) deconvolution, 3D ultrasound -- co-design of algorithms and optics / novel imaging modalities (light fields, ToF, ... )
- a strong experience in algorithm development for imaging problems
- a strong experience in programming a high performance language such as C++ as well as a rapid prototyping language such as Matlab or Python
- experience in algorithm parallelisation (multi-core, vectorization, GPU, clusters)
- experience in larger software projects (e.g open source) is a plus
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Computational Imaging Scientist (m/f) with Specialization in 3D Summary
0 - 2 years
2 - 5 years
|| Oberkochen, Germany
||camera calibration, multi-view stereo, optical flow, computed tomography, MRI, OCT, (blind) deconvolution, 3D ultrasound -- co-design algorithms, optics, C++, Matlab, Python
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