Audio Visual Programming & Research Intern

Job ID 2021-2346
Category
Engineering
Job Locations
US-IL-Niles

Overview

SUMMER 2022

 

Shure offers a challenging and rewarding summer internship program. The twelve week program is offered to undergraduate students that have completed at least 2 years of college, as well as graduate students. Each intern will receive a competitive salary and students who reside out of Illinois will receive a housing stipend to cover living expenses for hybrid or onsite internships. Applications will be collected, reviewed and selected candidates will be contacted in late fall/early winter.

 

As the Audio Visual Programming and Research Intern, you will work on forward-looking aspects of Shure’s AV Processing technologies.

 

This internship will be 100% onsite or a combination of part-time remote/virtual and part-time in office.

Responsibilities

  • integrating visual/spatial modalities to audio functionality,
  • developing algorithms and machine learning models that integrate audio processing and visual/spatial information such as
    • RGB
    • radar
    • lidar
    • infrared
    • ultrasound
    • 3D depth
    • GPS
    • or physiologic sensors
  • implementing algorithms on hardware platforms, and
  • rapid prototyping of multiple development board interaction to form a system feature

Qualifications

• Completed a bachelor’s degree and on track for a Master’s in Computer Science, DSP, Machine Learning, Data Science, Electrical Engineering, or related field.
• Coding skills in at least one low level language (e.g., C/C++) and one high-level language (e.g., Python) is required
• Experience with common development kits and rapid prototyping
• An interest in or experience with audio technologies and methods\
• Experience with embedded software development, Mac & PC application development, mobile apps, and cloud-based applications and services is a plus

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