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Computer Vision Researcher - £70K

Posted 12 March by Harnham Easy Apply Ended

Computer Vision Researcher - Automotive Vehicles
London - Global Automotive Brand - R&D Team

£70K - Multiple Positions


My client is considering the only the best Computer Vision minds for a position working with a global leader in the automotive industry.

They have established their R&D function and are now looking for more people to add to this team to develop the AI behind their automotive cars division.

The team is currently made up of a mix of Neuroscientists and Machine Learning experts, they are now looking for someone with a strong research background looking to carry out cutting-edge research into driverless cars.


  • Work alongside experienced researchers from a variety of disciplines
  • Help to file patents on new areas of research
  • Work autonomously on cutting-edge research
  • Liaise with C-level stakeholders on a regular basis

The essential requirements of a Computer Vision Researcher in this role are:

  • Willingness to work entirely hands-on using ML techniques
  • Academic background in a scientific/quantitative/economic disciplines
  • Multiple years of coding experience in Python/R in an academic setting
  • Ability to work autonomously
  • PhD in Computer Vision, Machine Learning or another relevant field
  • Experience of working with Neural Networks
  • At least one publication within Machine Learning or Computer Vision


  • Flexible working
  • Flexible holiday package
  • Latest equipment
  • Trendy Central London Office
  • Competitive salary
  • Working in a cutting-edge area

Required skills

  • transport
  • python
  • research
  • computer vision
  • machine learning
  • self-driving
  • neural networks
  • driverless
  • autonomous car
  • autonomous vehicles

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