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Video Coding Research Intern Hybrid AI (Fall 24)

  • Internship
    Starts on Sep 22
    Placement Program
  • Research & Development
    Software Engineering
  • Sunnyvale

AI generated summary

  • You need a PhD in EE or CE, expertise in DL and ML, strong programming skills in python/C/C++, experience with TensorFlow/PyTorch, research in image/video processing/coding, publication track record, and excellent communication skills.
  • You'll design & implement cutting-edge image/video processing algorithms using a mix of conventional & AI tech. Document & present findings in various formats.


  • 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.


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


What will I be working on as a Video Coding Research Intern at Dolby?

As a Video Coding Research Intern at Dolby, you will be working on developing novel image/video processing and video compression technology using learning-based algorithms to enable the next generation of Dolby technologies.

What team will I be a part of as a Video Coding Research Intern at Dolby?

You will be a part of the image and video codec group at Dolby as a Video Coding Research Intern.

What is the culture like at Dolby for interns?

As an intern at Dolby, you will experience 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 in the work you do.

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