We're not your traditional technology company. And we’re not looking for traditional technologists. We’re looking for the rock stars. The outliers. The driven. The optimists who engage and influence others. The ones who believe there are always faster, simpler, or just plain better ways to do things, with ideas that capture our imagination and leave us thinking of the possibilities long after the meeting has ended.

Responsibilities:

  • Derive and implement novel real-time pose estimation algorithms
  • Research, develop and implement algorithms to solve large-scale mapping
  • Collaborate with other engineers to develop algorithms for in-situ and in-factory multi-sensor calibration

 

Required Qualifications:

  • PhD + 1 years or Masters + 3 years experience in one or more areas: 
  •      Kalman Filter and its variants
  •      MAP
  •      Sequential Monte Carlo (particle filter)
  •      Nonlinear Least squares
  •      IRLS
  •      MHT
  • Intuitive understanding of classical ML, Linear Algebra, Stochastic Processes, Geometric Computer Vision and Optimization (Convex, Nonlinear)
  • Strong C++ programming and software design skills
  • Familiarity with multiple sensors such as GPS, IMU, camera, and wheel odometry
  • MS or PhD in Robotics, Machine Learning, Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, a related field, or equivalent experience

 

Desired Qualifications:

  • Experience deploying an estimator for say SLAM/VIO in a real application
  • Understanding of numerical stability, sensor modeling and system/noise identification
  • Understanding of theoretical shortcomings in modern algorithms and how to overcome them

Jump into this ground floor opportunity with the team; help shape the strategic direction of the company. You will have opportunities to get to know your team better through frequent employee events and gathering. Surround yourself with sharp, motivated co-workers in a fun office environment. There are endless learning and development opportunities from a highly diverse and talented peer group, including experts in a wide range of fields (AI, Computer Vision, Government Contracting, Systems & Device Engineering, Operations, Communications, and more)!

All the perks of a Valley startup, including:

  • Experienced leadership with a great track record of growing startups
  • Comfortable co-working environment and communal problem solving
  • Free daily lunch, dinner, snacks, drinks
  • Fun activities like weekly happy hour, daily group workouts, and occasional nerf battles
  • We are a dog friendly environment
  • We are in the heart of Oakland, walking distance from the 12th Street BART station

And benefits such as:

  • Stock options
  • Fortune 500 coverage for medical (health, dental, vision) including qualified dependents
  • 401(k) with matching
  • Commuter assistance
  • Up to 20 weeks of parental leave
  • Unlimited PTO

Hayden AI is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive environment that fosters learning from each other. We celebrate people of diverse backgrounds, experiences, abilities, and perspectives. We are an equal opportunity employer and are committed to providing a work environment free of harassment and discrimination. Hayden AI is also committed to working with and providing reasonable accommodations to individuals with disabilities. Please let your recruiter know if you need an accommodation at any point during the interview process.

Join a team of experts in machine learning, data science, transportation, and government technology, developing and deploying the world’s first autonomous traffic management platform. We look forward to finding your fit within Hayden AI!

 

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