Senior Image Processing Software Engineer
Up to £100000 per annum
Digital Health
München (81249), Bayern

Senior Image Processing Software Engineer

Your Role: Join our team to tackle challenging problems in product development, interfacing with bespoke ultrasound hardware for efficient data processing. Use your expertise to balance high throughput and low latency, collaborating with hardware and software teams to shape our system's future.

We leverage C++20, GPGPU programming, CMake, and package management, with Git for version control and a CI pipeline for multi-platform deployment. We ensure code quality through formatters, linters, sanitizers, tests, and peer reviews, managing requirements via an ALM tool and planning sprints with Jira.

Your Qualifications:

  • BS, MS, or PhD in computer science, medical imaging, or related field
  • 5+ years of industry experience in C++ and CUDA C++
  • Deep understanding of CUDA parallel computing
  • Knowledge of classical image processing and machine learning algorithms
  • Experience with ALM tools and agile project planning
  • Hands-on, creative problem-solver with strong team ethics
  • Excellent communication skills in English; German is a plus
  • Experience in medical software development and startup environments is a plus

What We Offer:

  • Work on cutting-edge imaging systems benefiting patient care
  • Dynamic, multi-national team with a strong focus on team culture and individual growth
  • Network connections with global technical, clinical, and business innovators
  • Flexible working environment with international culture
  • Ergonomic workplace in an attractive Munich office, easily accessible by public transport

Join us to make a direct impact on healthcare through innovative technology!

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