You develop advanced signal processing strategies for the design of intelligent and interconnected machines, vehicles, robots and drones.
Flanders Make is working on breakthrough technologies for manufacturing companies to make their systems more autonomous and efficient. Additional sensors can provide data to predict current and future needs for operation and maintenance. In one of the research projects, for example, Flanders Make researchers participate in an international consortium on model-based detection and prediction of corrosion on off-shore wind turbines using image processing via drones.
As a signal processing research engineer, you will:
Flanders Make is the strategic research centre for the manufacturing industry. From our sites in Lommel, Leuven and Kortrijk, we stimulate open innovation through excellent research.
Our purpose: realising a top-level research network in Flanders that delivers full support to the innovation projects of manufacturing companies. In this way, we want to contribute to new products and production processes that help to realise the vehicles, machines and factories of the future.
Because of our unique position between industry and research, our teams combine application and system proficiency with technological and scientific knowledge.
We focus on 4 key competences, all based on modelling and virtualisation:
Depending on your place of residence or preference, you can work on one of our sites (flexible workplace policy).
To apply, go to http://jobs.flandersmake.be.
Please fill in the online application form and upload a motivation letter and cv.Apprenez-en davantage
|Intitulé||Signal Processing Research Engineer (Leuven, Lommel, Kortrijk)|
|Job location||Gaston Geenslaan 8, 3001 Leuven, 3001 Leuven|
|Publié||août 1, 2021|
|Date limite d'inscription||Non Spécifiée|
|Types d'emploi||Ingénieur Chercheur  |
|Domaines de recherche :||Algorithmes,   Intelligence artificielle,   Génie logiciel,   Ingénierie des systèmes de commande,   Robotique,   Génie électrique,   Génie mécanique,   Traitement du signal,   Électronique,   |