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HelmMenlo Park, CA
Our team consists of researchers from top schools like UC Berkeley, Harvard, MIT, Stanford, and Caltech and engineers from companies like Google, Stripe, Quora, and more.
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YahooSunnyvale, CA
A Lot About YouYou are an outstanding research engineer with rich experience in big data, excellent analytical skills, sound knowledge of statistics and experimental design, and a proven ability to communicate analytical findings.
Research Engineer
SRI InternationalMenlo Park, CA
Interpret data from a variety of ground and space-based sources in the context of plasma physics and the regional and global dynamics of the coupled atmosphere-ionosphere-magnetosphere system.
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UniversityStanford, CA
Professor Percy Liangs research group in the Stanford Artificial Intelligence Lab (SAIL) conducts research in machine learning and natural language processing, publishing papers at top conferences as well as releasing resources such as data and code.
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ATR InternationalRedwood City, CA
The Research Engineer is responsible for investigating and implementing the technical and clinical vision of the advanced technology group.
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AVA ConsultingMountain View, CA
Cooperative Automated Driving (sensor-fusion) leverages artificial intelligence techniques and sensory data (camera, radar, GPS etc.)
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Axbio IncSanta Clara, CA
Research EngineerJob description:AXBIO Inc. is a Silicon Valley startup company developing semiconductor nanotechnology biochips for fast Molecular In-Vitro Diagnostics.
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Global Technology AssociatesMountain View, CA
computer science, electronic engineering, machine learning, malware, optical, radar
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Stanford UniversityPalo Alto, CA
The Byers Eye Institute at Stanford University School of Medicine is searching for a bioinformatician with expertise in the analysis of genome-wide datasets related to gene expression.
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Perception Research Engineer - Fusion
TuSimple, IncPortola Valley, CA
Ai, AlphaSense, Icertis, Casetext, Blue River Tech, Nvidia, Bright Machines, Orbital Insight, Brighterion, H2O, Intel, Clarifa, X.Ai, Zebra Medical Vision, Iris AI, Freenome, Neurala, Akamai, Zoho, ServiceNow, SalesForce, Oracle, Tableau,Splunk,Cvent, Veeam,Atlassian, DocuSign, Dropbox, Veeva Systems, Proofpoint, Cornerstone, Qualtrics.
Research Engineer
Bay SystemsMountain View, CA
The task involves the integration of sensors and cameras with the neuromorphic system in an architecture typically involving small, embedded boards (e.g., UP-boards, ARM-based like Raspberry PI, Nvidia Jetson, or similar) with the NN-processor connected, potentially together with some custom FPGA configuration.
Research Engineer
Verizon Media (Former Oath)Sunnyvale, CA
Responsible for working together with research scientists to develop novel software engineering solutions for problems in information retrieval, machine learning, computational linguistics, unsupervised clustering, data mining
Research Engineer
Architecture Technology CorporationSan Jose, CA
Air Traffic Control and Flight Operations
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Research Engineer
Verizon MediaSunnyvale, CA
A Lot About You You are an outstanding research engineer with rich experience in big data, excellent analytical skills, sound knowledge of statistics and experimental design, and a proven ability to communicate analytical findings.
Research Engineer
AsmlSan Jose, CA
The Research Scientist SEM Overlay metrology is expected to perform feasibility studies supporting SEM (scanning electron microscope) overlay metrology roadmaps, such that investigating new image processing algorithms, performing error budget break-down on the key performance indicators, searching optimal solutions for customer use cases.

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