SAIC-NY is Samsung’s new, forward-looking AI Research center located in New York, NY. The goal of SAIC-NY is to conduct fundamental research at the intersection of robotics and neuroscience and to develop prototypes and demonstrations of pioneering products and applications for Samsung.
Our team is composed of world experts in machine learning, neuroscience and robotics. We also collaborate with leading academic groups as well as other Samsung research centers around the globe.
We are currently seeking individuals who share our passion and motivation to advance fundamental science and create revolutionary prototypes. Team members will have the intellectual freedom to cultivate their research agenda by partnering with universities and publishing in leading scientific conferences and journals.
As a Research Scientist in Robotics, you will be responsible for tackling unsolved problems in manipulation and mobile robotics. You will work closely with other Research Scientists and Engineers in collaborative, interdisciplinary teams to discover, invent, and build things that have meaningful real-world impact. The Samsung AI Center in New York will lead in turning fundamental scientific discoveries into revolutionary products that reach hundreds of millions of users across the world.
PhD in Computer Science, Electrical or Mechanical Engineering or related disciplines is required.
Expertise with robot systems and autonomy.
Programming experience in one or more of the following:
Familiarity with deep learning architectures and frameworks
Strong record of publishing papers at top quality robotics conferences and journals.
Superior communication skills, both verbally and in writing.
Ability to excel in international and collaborative teams.
Motivation to initiate and accomplish ambitious research agenda.
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