Deadline: 22 December 2017
This position is funded by the EPSRC Global Challenge Research Fund ‘AirborNet: Data-Driven Modelling for Airborne Diseases’. The successful candidates will join the systems research group. The project deals with distributed data processing over Raspberry Pi and other single board (e.g. NVIDIA Jetson X2) based cluster computing environment, where Unikernels are exploited to improve data processing performance. The project includes development of CO2 sensing unit with Raspberry Pi. Ideal candidates will hold a BSc in a Computer Science related field. Following skills are essential.
- C, C++ programming
- Raspberry Pi
- Network communication
- Basic of Machine Learning
Also the following experiences will be desirable:
- Writing applications using Deep Neural Networks, Convolutional Networks
- CUDA on GPU
- Unikernel (e.g. rumprun, mirage)
The post is intended to start on the 8th January, 2018, although some flexibility is possible. Please email informal enquires to Dr. Eiko Yoneki (email: email@example.com).
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