Toyota Motor Europe

  • Computer Vision Researcher - Artificial Intelligence Division OJP20180413

    Posted Date 1 week ago(13/04/2018 11:37)
    Job ID
    2018-2073
    Business Area
    R&D
    Country
    BE
    City
    Brussel (Zaventem)
  • Company Information

     

    TOYOTA is one of the world’s largest automobile manufacturers and a leading global corporation. Founded in 1937. Toyota now sells vehicles in 170 countries and employs over 300.000 people.
    Based in Brussels, Belgium, and staffed by 2.700 people and more than 60 nationalities, Toyota Motor Europe (TME) handles the wholesale marketing of Toyota and Lexus vehicles, parts & accessories, and manages Toyota’s European R&D, manufacturing and engineering operations.
    For Toyota, Quality is a way of life. Nothing is so good that it cannot be made better, that is why we strive for continuous improvement in everything we do. This basic principle for us is called: “KAIZEN” and is what guides us in our pursuit of best Quality and the delivery of unparalleled customer’s satisfaction.

     

    We offer a dynamic and challenging multicultural work environment, being part of a motivated HR team in which competence and quality play an important role.
    Enhancing personal growth and a real opportunity to invest in your future through on the job development and training.
    Where your effort, dedication and initiative are rewarded by a competitive and comprehensive compensation and benefits package (bonus scheme / extra-legal benefits (group insurance including a pension plan and risk benefits) / flexible working hours).

     

    Your Profile

     

    • PhD in Computer Science, Engineering, Physics or equivalent is an advantage
    • On top of your PHD you have 2-4 years of experience and a strong interest in computer vision and machine learning
    • Strong computer skills; experience in software/hardware interfaces is an asset
    • Expert knowledge of C, C++, OpenCV
    • Knowledge of TensorFlow, (Py)Torch, Caffe is an asset
    • Knowledge of OpenCL, CUDA is an asset
    • Flair for technology
    • Good project management skills
    • Good (documented) problem solving skills
    • Excellent communication & interpersonal skills
    • You are willing to travel frequently (5-15%)

    You have a Toyota DNA, this means you :
    o wish to develop and you are ready to persevere in order to reach challenging targets.
    o seek facts before making recommendations or decisions.
    o have strong planning and organization skills
    o enjoy working in a team, respecting others.
    o have a creative mind and passion for cars.
    o have excellent communication skills

     

    Your team and your responsibilities

     

    Team/division description :

    The advanced technology division is responsible for creating cutting edge technology breakthroughs which meet the future challenges of the automotive industry and brings a smile to our customers’ face. By combining in-house research activities with a wide research network across Europe, we conceive, incubate and test novel concepts in virtual and non-virtual environments before they are handed downstream towards future product development.


    Your responsibilities :

    As part of the artificial intelligence & automated driving team you will be responsible for creating and integrating computer vision algorithms into our automated vehicles:

    ₋ You will conduct scientific research to create world-class computer vision and machine learning algorithms in collaboration with leading scientists
    ₋ You will work on the implementation & evaluation of algorithms for our highly sensorised experimental vehicles
    ₋ You will demonstrate cutting edge, real world applications from research-level algorithms
    ₋ You will identify requirements for real-world applications; propose & implement research strategy to achieve
    ₋ You will take care of publication & presentation of scientific results at relevant international conferences and forums
    ₋ You will visit top researchers in Europe/US/Japan to share research activity

     

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