CUDA Developer wanted for Washington/Baltimore area Medical imaging startup oppurtunity
Position opening at Maryland-based medical image processing startup, which is working toward the commercial deployment of medical imaging research. Opportunities also exist with our collaborator, Children's National Medical Center.

[b]Responsibilities[/b]
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[*]Development of novel high-performance image processing implementations
[*]Improvement of GPU kernels for existing implementation
[*]Management of testing suite (both unit level tests and system level tests)
[*]API development of prototype for use with other collaborators
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[b]Requirements[/b]
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[*]3 years academic or industrial experience in programming
[*]1 year academic or industrial experience in CUDA
[*]Experience with C, C++, and Linux
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[b]Preferred[/b]
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[*]Experience with image processing applications
[*]Experience with FDA QSR
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Location: Washington-Baltimore Area
Position to start immediately.

Inquires for this job or a possible post at CNMC, contact:
jobs@igitechnologies.com
Position opening at Maryland-based medical image processing startup, which is working toward the commercial deployment of medical imaging research. Opportunities also exist with our collaborator, Children's National Medical Center.



Responsibilities


  • Development of novel high-performance image processing implementations
  • Improvement of GPU kernels for existing implementation
  • Management of testing suite (both unit level tests and system level tests)
  • API development of prototype for use with other collaborators




Requirements


  • 3 years academic or industrial experience in programming
  • 1 year academic or industrial experience in CUDA
  • Experience with C, C++, and Linux




Preferred


  • Experience with image processing applications
  • Experience with FDA QSR




Location: Washington-Baltimore Area

Position to start immediately.



Inquires for this job or a possible post at CNMC, contact:

jobs@igitechnologies.com

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Posted 11/11/2011 10:09 AM   
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