Neuromorphic Brain Machine Interface Engineer

  • Paris, Toulouse
  • Full-Time
  • Start Date: 01 July 2024
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Neurobus is at the forefront of integrating AI and neuroscience in industrial settings, driving human-centric tech advancements. Our focus is on creating intuitive, adaptive systems through advanced brain-machine interfaces (BMI), with the goal to enable human-machine collaboration in industrial settings. Our BMIs improve safety and efficiency, utilizing low-power, always-on neuromorphic technology that prioritizes privacy.

Job Description

Neurobus is excited to offer an opportunity for passionate Neuromorphic Engineers specializing in AI and brain-machine interfaces.

Project Overview

Neurobus is exploring the use of neuromorphic technology for motor imagery decoding from EEG signals in collaboration with a major European industrial partner. The project involves designing an end-to-end setup that includes:

  • An EEG helmet

  • A neuromorphic processor (such as Intel's Loihi)

  • A spiking neural network model for motor command classification

  • Control of a robotic hand

Key Responsibilities

  • Stream data to and from the neuromorphic device, ensuring latency constraints are met

  • Render raw EEG data from the helmet and predictions from the machine learning model in a visual application

  • Collaborate with the Neurobus team to leverage state-of-the-art machine learning for neuromorphic computing

  • Participate in an exciting research project with our internationally renowned industrial partner

This opportunity is available as an internship, apprenticeship, or a permanent position, depending on the candidate's profile.

Preferred Experience

  • Hands-on mentality and passion for building innovative solutions

  • Experience with streaming data and ensuring latency constraints

  • Familiarity with EEG data and neuromorphic processors

  • Strong problem-solving skills and the ability to work collaboratively in a team environment

  • Previous experience in neuromorphic computing, AI, and brain-machine interfaces is a plus

Recruitment Process

Interested candidates are encouraged to apply by submitting a resume and cover letter outlining their qualifications and experience. Selected applicants will be invited for an initial interview, followed by a technical assessment and final discussions with our team.

What We Offer

  • Exposure to cutting-edge machine learning and neuromorphic computing technologies

  • The opportunity to work on a high-impact research project that aims to transition from a demo to a product

  • Collaboration with a leading industrial partner

  • Funding for the project to advance research into a tangible product

Additional Information

  • Contract Type: Full-Time
  • Start Date: 01 July 2024
  • Location: Paris, Toulouse
  • Education Level: Master's Degree
  • Occasional remote authorized