Deep Learning Researcher Generative Models
- Robert-Bosch-Campus 1, Renningen, Germany
- Legal Entity: Robert Bosch GmbH
Do you want beneficial technologies being shaped by your ideas? Whether in the areas of mobility solutions, consumer goods, industrial technology or energy and building technology – with us, you will have the chance to improve quality of life all across the globe. Welcome to Bosch.
The Robert Bosch GmbH is looking forward to your application!
- Development and implementation of novel Deep Learning algorithms
- Evaluation of developed algorithms on open datasets and on multi-modal Bosch datasets from application areas such as autonomous driving, robotics, and Internet of Things
- Focus topic of position: research on generative models, such as GANs and autoencoders. Perception in autonomous driving is one of the applications areas
- Original research, theoretical investigations, and publications at top Machine Learning conferences and journals
- Close contact to the scientific Machine Learning community, scouting and assessment of new approaches
- Technical discussions and creation of new ideas within the existing Deep Learning research team
- Supervision of Master and PhD students
- PhD in Machine Learning (preferably Deep Learning) with excellent publication record
- Degree in Computer science with mathematical focus or Mathematics with focus on computer (master/diploma)
- Prior experience in adversarial examples and saliency is a plus
- Proven programming skills, in particular Python
- Experience in development and implementation of state-of-the art DL technologies. Preferably strong experience with Deep Learning frameworks Theano and Tensorflow
- Broad knowledge of machine learning algorithms and principles
- Strong teamplayer, motivation and ability to define personal research roadmap
- Strong English skills
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