Machine Learning

Job Role Summary ExxonMobil Research and Engineering Company's Corporate Strategic Research (CSR) laboratory has an immediate opening for a full-time staff position in the area of machine learning in our Data Analytics and Optimization Section.  Our facilities are centrally located in scenic Annandale, New Jersey, approximately one hour from both New York City and Philadelphia.  The successful candidate will join a dynamic group of scientists performing breakthrough research for the Corporation, developing new scientific approaches and innovative solutions using state-of-the-art clusters and GPU machines. Job Role Responsibilities We are seeking a talented and creative individual to conduct fundamental research in machine learning and pattern recognition.  This researcher will seek solutions for a multitude of challenges involving large-scale physics, chemistry, geophysics and engineering data sets and models.  Research will include developing deep neural networks for pattern recognition and gaining insights from data, reinforcement learning for optimization applications, etc. Job Requirements The candidate should have a Ph.D. in Engineering, Computer Science, or a related scientific discipline. Expected Level of Proficiency The candidate should have solid training in math and strong programing skills with experience in machine learning, signal processing, control, etc.  Knowledge and experience in solving challenging engineering/science problems and high performance computing, such as GPU computing, is highly desirable.  The candidate is expected to have strong communications skills and the ability to interact with research and business partners in various disciplines.  The candidate should have the desire to grow into new technical areas and learn new skills. ExxonMobil offers an excellent work environment and a competitive compensation and benefits package.  Please upload a resume and cover letter with your application.
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