Logos Technologies - HQ

  • Image Scientist, Associate

    Job Location US
    Posted Date 1 week ago(6/13/2018 1:33 PM)
  • Overview

    Logos Technologies develops advanced imaging and processing payloads for unmanned aerial systems (UAS). Through multidisciplinary approaches, Logos couples precision optical design, high performance embedded computing, and advanced packaging to produce innovative technology and program solutions to critical mission operations for our government (defense, intelligence community, and civilian agencies) and commercial clients. 


    Logos offer employees a generous array of benefits, including health, dental, prescription drug, and vision plans; a 401(k) plan; life, AD&D, short- and long-term disability insurance; health care and dependent care flexible spending accounts; gym membership; free parking or public transit benefits; and paid-time off.


    Logos is searching for a motivated individual to join a multidisciplinary team developing state of the art image processing and exploitation algorithms for UAS imaging systems and supporting a diverse portfolio of systems. The successful candidate will have a strong mathematical background, experience with image processing algorithms, good programming abilities and a desire to continuously improve and diversify their engineering skills. The position will be supported by appropriate supervision, training, and mentoring. Some travel supporting system design and flight testing will be required


    General Requirements

    • BS degree or higher in CS, EE, mathematics, applied physics or a related field and 0-2 years of experience
    • Matlab or python programming experience is required
    • Familiarity with basic image processing algorithms is required
    • Ability to work independently and to collaborate with team members
    • Excellent analytical and problem solving skills
    • Must be a U.S. citizen and able to obtain a security clearance


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