Computer Vision Research Internship
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Kitware

51-200 employees

Software company for open source software solutions
Company Overview
Kitware's mission is to advance science & technology, empower global innovation and address the world’s challenges. The company specializes in the R&D of open-source software in the fields of computer vision, medical imaging, visualization, and technical software development.
AI & Machine Learning
Data & Analytics

Company Stage

Seed

Total Funding

$2.6M

Founded

1998

Headquarters

Clifton Park, New York

Growth & Insights
Headcount

6 month growth

4%

1 year growth

4%

2 year growth

1%
Locations
Carrboro, NC, USA
Experience Level
Intern
Desired Skills
Python
Tensorflow
Data Structures & Algorithms
Pytorch
Computer Vision
CategoriesNew
AI & Machine Learning
Requirements
  • Ph.D. students in related fields, including computer vision, machine learning, multimedia, signal processing, imaging science, and applied mathematics
  • Knowledge and experience in computer vision, machine learning, deep learning (Caffe, PyTorch, Tensorflow, etc.), remote sensing or related areas
  • Proficiency in Python or C/C++
  • Due to contractual restrictions, only US Citizens will be considered for this position
Responsibilities
  • Be part of Kitware's overall mission of positive social impact through environmental monitoring, national and global security, ethical AI, open science, scientific computing and medical computing
  • Algorithms: Deep learning and other computer vision methods for object detection, change detection, scene classification, event/activity recognition, 3D reconstruction from aerial imagery, video/image understanding, video/image search, and indexing, etc
  • Data: Images and videos from ground, handheld, aerial, or satellite cameras
  • Infrastructure: Opportunity to work on deep learning libraries like Caffe, PyTorch or Tensorflow; large-scale computer vision. framework on the cloud; or performance optimization using GPUs, parallel computing, or embedded devices such as NVIDIA's TX2