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Video Coding Research Intern AI Focus (Fall 24)

  • Internship
    Full-time
    Starts on Sep 23
    Off-cycle Internship
  • Software Engineering
  • Sunnyvale

AI generated summary

  • You need a PhD student in EE or CE with deep learning expertise, programming skills in python/C/C++, and a research background in image/video processing. Strong communication skills and full-time availability between Sep-Dec 2024 are essential.
  • You will design and implement cutting-edge image/video processing and coding algorithms with AI technology. Document and present findings in technical papers.

Requirements

  • In study towards PhD degree in Electrical Engineering or Computer Engineering.
  • In-depth expertise in deep learning (DL) and statistical machine learning (ML)
  • Extensive programming experience in python/C/C++ applied to image/video coding/processing and experience with one or more deep learning frameworks e.g., TensorFlow, PyTorch, is required.
  • Solid research background in image/video processing and image/video coding, or related fields. Proven track record of publications in first-tier conferences and/or journals a plus.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Strong team player.
  • Currently enrolled in a doctorate program in Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, or a related field. Must be available to work full-time Monday – Friday for 12 weeks between September 2024 – December 2024.

Responsibilities

  • Design and implement innovative image/video processing and video coding algorithms with learning-based and AI technology.
  • Document and present the new algorithms and implementations in various forms, such as technical white papers, etc.

FAQs

What kind of work will I be doing as a Video Coding Research Intern with an AI focus at Dolby?

As an intern in the image and video codec group at Dolby, you will be developing novel image/video processing and video compression technology using learning-based algorithms to enable the next generation of Dolby technologies.

What is the culture like at Dolby for interns?

At Dolby, we have a collegial culture that is big enough to provide you with all the resources you need, but small enough for you to make a real difference. You will have the opportunity to be part of a team that is revolutionizing how people create, deliver, and enjoy entertainment worldwide.

What skills or qualifications are required for this internship position?

We are looking for candidates who have a strong background in image and video processing, as well as experience with learning-based algorithms. A passion for innovation and a desire to make a real impact in the field of entertainment technology are also important qualities we seek in potential interns.

Will I have the opportunity to see the results of my work in real-world applications?

Yes, as a Video Coding Research Intern at Dolby, you will have the opportunity to work on cutting-edge technology that will be used in a variety of entertainment platforms, from movie theaters to smartphones. You will be able to see and hear the results of your work everywhere, making a tangible impact on the industry.

Music. Movies. TV. Gaming. In Dolby.

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Industry
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Employees
1965
Founded Year

Mission & Purpose

We're the rain on the roof in a movie. The music flowing through your earbuds when you're at the gym. The footsteps lurking behind you in a video game. The voice of a colleague on a call who seems to be right next to you. The sight of a breathtakingly bright and vivid sunset on your TV. Making experiences come alive through technology is what we do. It's been our mission since day one. It began with our founder, Ray Dolby, a visionary scientist and inventor. As a young engineer and music lover, he was driven to improve the listening experience. And with that simple motivation, plus countless hours of experimentation, he created a solution—a solution that was elegant and practical, highly sophisticated, and wholly devoted to the artist's vision. Even as we've become a global company, Dolby Laboratories continues to reflect Ray Dolby's values. Here, science meets art. And high tech goes far beyond computer code. Founded in 1965 and headquartered in San Francisco, Dolby has grown into a leading global innovator and developer of audio, imaging and voice technologies for cinema, home theaters, PCs, mobile phones, and games. Our products include Dolby Digital Plus, TrueHD, Dolby Voice, Dolby Atmos and Dolby Vision. Today, over 2,000 individuals around the globe share their talents and energy to enable the most immersive experiences that technology can deliver.