Télécom Paris ADASP group is hiring an audio engineer to contribute to audio recordings for the developement of AI-powered hearables
By S. Essid, P. Stamatiadis
Our group is welcoming applications for an audio engineering position to start in January 2024 onwards.
The work will be performed as part of a collaborative project whose purpose is to revolutionise hearable technologies (especially TWS/earbuds) by offering extremely efficient real-time machine listening, speech processing and MIR solutions which can run on very low consumption hardware.
Télécom Paris is located on the Plateau de Saclay (Paris outskirts). The accepted candidate will join the ADASP group, a multidisciplinary team working at the intersection of machine learning, sound, music and signal processing. They will in particular manage our multimodal recording studio.
Profile of the candidates
- Experience with Digital Audio Workstations
- Experience with studio equipement
- Strong communication skills in English (French is not required)
- Team spirit
- Coding skills and basic Linux knowledge would be a big plus
Review of applications will start as soon as possible, and continue until the post is filled.
How to apply
The application shall be submitted via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) as a single pdf file, including:
- a letter of motivation
- a complete and detailed curriculum vitae, including email contact details of two references
Télécom Paris is a French leading engineering school and scientific research institution, founded in July 1878. It is a founding member of the Institut Polytechnique de Paris, a world-class scientific and technological institution.
The Information Processing and Communication Laboratory (LTCI) is Télécom Paris’ in-house research laboratory. Since January 2017, it has continued the work previously carried out by the CNRS joint research unit of the same name. The LTCI was created in 1982 and is known for its extensive coverage of topics in the field of information and communication technologies. The LTCI’s core subject areas are computer science, networks, data science, signal and image processing and digital communications. The laboratory is also active in issues related to systems engineering and applied mathematics.
The open position will be hosted by Télécom Paris’ Audio Data Analysis and Signal Processing (ADASP) group, a subgroup of the statistics, signal processing and machine learning (S²A) team, within the Images, Data & Signals (IDS) department.
Slim Essid: coordinator of the ADASP group