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Principal DSP Engineer

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About Us: Hearing is believing! Earlens Corporation is a privately held medical device company committed to providing hearing impaired patients a hearing solution that is designed to change the current standard of care for sound performance. We've developed the breakthrough Earlens Contact Hearing device which is the world's first hearing device to use light to transmit sound... Can you hear that?

Assistant Professor in Electrical Engineering: Signals and Systems

Position Description: The School of Engineering at the University of Vermont (UVM) invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position in Electrical Engineering at the Assistant Professor or, for exceptional candidates, Associate Professor level for a Fall 2016 start date. The school is seeking outstanding individuals whose research focuses on signal processing, control systems, sensing and measurement, cyber-physical systems, or communication systems.

Two Research Fellows in Machine Listening / Semantic Audio-Visual Processing and Interaction

Position Description: University of Surrey, Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences Centre for Vision Speech and Signal Processing (CVSSP) Salary: GBP 30,738 to GBP 35,609 Closing Date: Sunday 13 December 2015 Reference (Post 1): 079715; Reference (Post 2): 079415 Applications are invited for two Research Fellows to work full-time on an EPSRC-funded project "Making Sense of Sounds" for 33 months starting January 2016.

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