Student Assistant - Audiology & Signal Processing Concepts
Are you looking for an exciting student job where you can get practical experience in an international team of engineers working on cutting-edge hearing solutions? Are you interested in signal processing, psychoacoustics and hearing sciences? Are you interested in working in a busy professional environment with highly skilled colleagues? Then you may be perfect for a student assistant role in the Research and Technology team at Oticon Medical Copenhagen (Smørum).
Oticon Medical is committed to improve the quality of life of profoundly deaf patients. For that, we develop implantable medical devices and surgical techniques to restore profound hearing loss. As a member of one of the world’s largest groups of hearing health care companies, we share a close link with Oticon and direct access to the latest advancements in hearing research and technologies. Our competencies span more than a century of innovations in sound processing and decades of pioneering experience in hearing implant technology.
About the job
You will become part of the Audiology & Signal Processing group, within the Research and Technology team, whose main role is to develop new innovative signal processing algorithms and sound coding strategies for cochlear implants (CI). We have a multicultural team that is split over sites in Vallauris (near Nice, France), Gothenburg (Sweden) and Smørum (near Copenhagen, Denmark). You will be joining us at our Smørum site. Your responsibilities may include supporting:
- The development of algorithms and simulation models
- System testing
- Psychoacoustic (listening) tests
- Acoustic measurements and audio recording
Your background and personal competencies
We are seeking a candidate who is currently undertaking a Master’s degree in Electronics, Telecommunication, Biomedical Engineering or other related fields. You will need to be comfortable programming in MATLAB (other languages will be a plus) and have experience/knowledge in at least one of the following areas:
- Signal processing, preferably for audio
- Hearing sciences and psychoacoustics
- Acoustic measurements and audio signal acquisition
For this role, you should have:
- An analytical mind-set
- An attention to detail
- A structured and organized approach to work
- Good communication skills
- A team player
- Fluency in English, both verbal and written
We expect you to work (on average) 8 hours per week, but are of course flexible during exam periods.
Want to join the team?
As we are screening applicants on an ongoing basis, send us your application (cover letter, resume and academic transcript) as soon as possible, but no later than 31st of August 2021. If you have any questions, please contact Aswin Wijetillake on firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward hearing from you.
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