Do you have an interest in developing tools to facilitate the design, analysis, simulation, and deployment of fuzzy logic systems? Are you interested in developing fuzzy logic tools to support applications ranging from control, data mining, machine learning, image processing, to finance?
If so we are looking for a versatile, enthusiastic engineer capable of multi-tasking to join the Control & Identification team to help develop software tools to facilitate the design, analysis, simulation, and deployment of fuzzy logic systems. These tools will focus on building software for advanced fuzzy logic inference systems, automated fuzzy inference system design, and fuzzy clustering and classification. You will need skills that cross traditional domain boundaries in areas such as fuzzy logic, data analytics, machine learning, control system design, object-oriented programming, and graphical user interface design.
- Develop and implement new software tools to help our customers design fuzz logic inference systems using the Fuzzy Logic Toolbox.
- Work on improving algorithms for auto-tuning of fuzzy logic systems, fuzzy clustering, and fuzzy classification.
- Work on graphical interface design and implementation for design of fuzzy logic inference systems.
- Contribute to all aspects of the product development process from writing functional specifications to designing software architecture and implementing software features as well as working with quality engineering, documentation, and usability teams to develop state-of-the-art software tools.
- A bachelor's degree and 3 years of professional work experience (or a master's degree) is required.
- PhD or M.Sc. with at least 3 years of industry experience in an engineering field with a focus on fuzzy logic.
In addition, a solid combination of some of the following skills is required:
- Knowledge of data analytics and machine learning.
- Knowledge of optimization and numeric algorithms.
- Experience with MATLAB and Simulink.
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