Senior Machine Learning Engineer at Stoneridge
🇺🇸 United States › Michigan › Novi (Posted Jan 15 2021)
About the company
Stoneridge, Inc., is an independent designer and manufacturer of highly engineered electrical and electronic components, modules and systems for the automotive, medium and heavy-duty truck, agricultural and off-highway vehicle markets. The Company conducts its business into two segments: Electronics and Control Devices. The core products of the Electronics reportable segment include vehicle electrical power and distribution systems, and electronic instrumentation and information display products. The core products of the Control Devices reportable segment include electronic and electrical switch products, control actuation devices and sensors.
The Senior Machine Learning Engineer will develop state-of-the-art vision object detection and tracking algorithms based on Stoneridge’s reward winning product “MirrorEye”. Machine learning and deep learning are the major tools for the perception algorithm. You will have the chance to build deep a neural network architecture and train & validate the model/hypothesis. Instantaneous learning result will be fed into kalman filter for state estimation.
Develop deep neural network for vision object detector
Work with data annotation technician to make data labelling instructions
Train and validate model. Evaluate performance using test dataset and obtain KPIs
Improve performance and debug issues based on testing result
Develop Object tracking algorithm with instantaneous deep learning object detector result.
Deploy overall perception algorithm into production project.
Perform simulation and big data analysis with real world user profile(RWUP) data
Strong coding skill in Matlab, python/pytorch, C/C++
Skills & Education:
Master’s or PhD degree in computer science, electrical engineering, robotics, mechanical engineering, aerospace, biomedical, etc.
Master’s Degree with 3 years of working experience, or PhD with solid research experience in the machine learning/deep learning area.
Self motivated with the ability to work well with a team.
Can-do attitude and passion for excellence
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