Working student Signal processing and Algorithm development using inertial sensors (f/m/div.)
We develop MEMS-based algorithms and use cases for consumer devices such as hearables, wearables and smartphones. You will be part of our inertial sensor software team that develops fancy hearable applications.
You will help to implement innovative hearable usecase using MEMS inertial sensors (accelerometer, gyroscope and magnetometer).
Furthermore, you will develop of new algorithms to process and fuse sensor signals using MATLAB.
Not least, you will test your algorithm on a real-time system using hearable devices and document your work.
Education: studies in the field of mathematics, engineering cybernetics, physics, geodesy, robotics, signal processing or comparable
Personality and Working Practice: open minded, keen to learn and create something new, analytical, structured and result-oriented
Experience: with mathematic modeling and algorithm development, excellent Matlab or C/C++ programming skill for implementation and visualization of mathematic models and ideally experience with inertial sensor data
Knowledge: very good knowledge of linear algebra and signal processing