Posted On: 2021-5-7
Location: Erlangen, Bavaria, Germany
OUR AUTOMOTIVE TEAM IN »AUDIO AND MEDIA TECHNOLOGIES« IN ERLANGEN, GERMANY, IS LOOKING FOR A DSP SOFTWARE DEVELOPER – EMBEDDED AUTOMOTIVE AUDIO SYSTEMS
We're taking the concert hall on the road.
Our goal is to create optimum sound quality in the car so that every passenger can enjoy music to the max. We tackle the specific auditory challenges that cars present and develop pioneering solutions for the automotive industry. Our algorithms have been integrated into production vehicles made by various premium manufacturers, where they open up new dimensions of sound and expanded convenience functions for first-class audio systems.
Your job will focus on porting and optimizing algorithms on digital signal processing platforms (DSP). Contribute your experience and your innovative ideas to the design of software architecture, integration concepts and quality guidelines. You will design and carry out unit tests, rigorously track down malfunctions and carefully resolve their causes. In addition, you will develop an in-depth understanding of our applied algorithms and drive forward their further development.
You should also be a music lover and enjoy working as part of an interdisciplinary, international team.
Appointment, remuneration and social security benefits based on the public-sector collective wage agreement (TVöD).
In case of identical qualifications preference will be given to severely disabled candidates.
We would like to point out that the chosen job title also includes the third gender.
The Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft emphasises gender-independent professional equality.
We look forward to receiving your application! Please submit it (cover letter, CV, references) in PDF format with the reference number IIS-2021-AME51 to Claudia Kestler-Böhm.
English Version: https://recruiting.fraunhofer.de/Vacancies/59239/Description/2
German Version: https://recruiting.fraunhofer.de/Vacancies/59239/Description/1
Please mention AES001450 when applying for this position.
Am Wolfsmantel 33
Fraunhofer IIS, based in Erlangen, Germany, is the largest institute within Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft, Europe’s leading application-oriented research organization.
For over 30 years, the institute’s Audio and Media Technologies division has been shaping the globally deployed standards and technologies in the fields of audio coding and moving picture production. Fraunhofer IIS systems and tools help create, transmit and provide excellent audio and video content as well as enable high-quality real-time communication. Today, almost all computers, mobile phones and consumer electronic devices are equipped with technologies from Erlangen and are used by billions of people around the world every day.
It all started with the creation of mp3, then evolved with the co-development of AAC and HE-AAC. Now the fourth generation of best-in-class audio technologies – MPEG-H Audio, EVS, LC3/LC3plus and xHE-AAC – elevates the media experience to new heights. In terms of audio signal processing, Symphoria and the Sonamic product family provide enveloping and enhanced sound in cars, while the upHear product family dramatically improves 3D audio playback or recording quality of professional and consumer devices. Fraunhofer technologies also power digital radio: first and foremost in the form of the ContentServer, combining audio encoding, multimedia data management and multiplexing. In the field of moving picture technologies, establishing the Digital Cinema Initiative test plan boosted the creation of professional tools for digital film and media production, such as easyDCP, Realception and JPEG XS.
The interdisciplinary team transforms science into best-in-class applications with new functionalities for end users as well as optimum efficiency, reducing transmission costs while increasing reliability. Always taking into account the demands of the market, Fraunhofer IIS develops technology that makes memorable moments.
For more information, contact Mandy Garcia, mandy.garcia@ iis.fraunhofer.de, or visit www.iis.fraunhofer.de/audio