A candidate for a temporary position who has not yet graduated and is working towards a relevant Bachelor's, Specialist's, Technical, Master's or PhD degree from a relevant academic institute. The Studentship is limited in time with the intent to hire into College Graduate/Technical Graduate position as appropriate. The position is in CVL (computer vision lab) group, part of the PERC organization, which deals with research, product development and technology becoming a natural interaction with the user. The group deal with benchmarking and testing of solutions for computer vision and perception, by designing targeted testing of the algorithms and SW, developing of dedicated tools and automation and comparing external and internal solutions. The employee will take part in the validation work, tool development and evaluation activities as part of the validation team. If you have experience in Computer Vision, Imaging or Image Processing we'd love to hear about it in the interview.
Inside this Business Group
- A candidate must be a student currently pursuing a first or second degree in Computer Science or SW/Computer Engineering from a relevant academic institute with at least two years left of studies. - The candidate should have proven previous experience in C# or C++ or Java development - Ability to work minimum 25 hours per week. - Worked on managed well-structured projects - Agile in nature - Autonomous - Excellent self-learning capabilities - Fluent Hebrew and English
Perceptual Computing (PerC) is an organization within Intel tasked with the research, development, and productization of technologies for Natural User Interaction, encompassing both human to machine and human to human experiences. PerC aims to build technologies that would help users to have natural, immersive and intuitive interaction with computers through not only touch interface but also through hand gestures, voice and video. The objective of PerC is to explore consumer-focused hardware and software applications of close-range hand and finger gestures, speech recognition, face recognition and tracking, augmented reality and more.