Machine Learning Specialist
Reference ARG_1621: Apply for this position.
Location: Torino (Italy), Argotec Lab.
The candidate will work independently and also in a team, in order to develop Artificial Intelligence based software systems for aerospace applications, in particular the candidate will deal with the development of AI-based GNC systems.
The activities will include (at least):
- Developing Machine Learning / Reinforcement Learning algorithms;
- Implementing High-level versions of the algorithms (e.g. Python);
- Testing algorithms with computer simulations;
- Integration of the developed algorithms in On-Board Computer;
- Testing the integrated system in a relevant environment.
- Master’s degree in Computer Engineering, Computer Science or Mathematical Engineering;
- 1-2 years of working experience (entry level);
- Experience in Reinforcement Learning area (industrial and/or academic);
- Strong programming skills;
- Knowledge of Italian and English languages.
Required experiences & skills
- Machine Learning and Reinforcement Learning theory;
- Deep Learning techniques;
- Image Processing techniques;
- Python and C/C++.
Will be considered a plus:
- Experience in aerospace/space area and or in scientific research;
- Participation to Machine Learning projects/competitions.
This announcement is aimed at both sexes, under laws 903/77 and 125/91, and to people of all ages and all nationalities, under legislative decrees 215/03 and 216/03.
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