Wednesday, June 11, 2014

1 Web Development position W/M

1 Web Development position (JavaScript – Multimedia - Signal Processing) (M/F) –
CSD full-time in 6 months from September 2014

Introduction to Wave Project

The R&D project WAVE ("Web Audio View / Edit" program restrained from ANR), coordinated by IRCAM in a consortium with Universal Music Publishing Classical France, Eurecom and Vi-live, aims at making available novel tools for audiovisual representation, gestural interaction, and social interaction using W3C standards (JavaScript, Web Audio API, HTML5, Media Fragment ...).

In this context, Ircam recruits one Web Developer (M/F) in the Analysis of Musical Practices and Sound Music Movement Interaction research teams. One of the positions concerns the graphical user interface and the other motion capture and audio processing.

Position description

Under the supervision of the project coordinators, you will be in charge of developments related to the tasks graphical interfaces and/or interactive audio processing interfaces as well as new interaction interfaces, which aim at developing HTML5/JavaScript components to navigate / represent / create and interact with multimedia content (sound, video, musical performances, data capture motion, ...).

  • Integration of the developed audio and visualization components into prototypes and pilot applications
  • Development of graphical user interfaces (depending on the position)
  • Development of motion capture and interactive audio processing (depending on the position)
  • Porting of existing C/C++ libraries to JavaScript (depending on the position)
  • Close collaboration with the other project partners
  • Documentation of the developed functionalities and components
  • Integration of the developed components into prototypes and pilot applications
  • Observation and following the development of emerging standards and technologies (Media Fragment, Web Audio API, HTML5)
  • Participation in formalization, publications and project deliverables
  • Creation and management of communities related to the project developments (websites, blog, wiki, Github)

This position involves collaborations with project partners, both functional and technical.

Required Experiences and Skills

  • Graduate Engineer, IT specialization, minimum two years of experience.
  • Autonomy, rigor and precision in the development
  • Interest in open and accessible web technologies
  • Accustomed to agile software development
  • Required business English
  • JavaScript, library / framework / utilities / formats (nodejs/NPM, JSON, D3, backbone.js, grunt/gulp, etc)
  • Experience in graphical user interface development and/or interactive audio processing
  • OOP and Design Pattern
  • Understanding of W3C standards (HTML5, CSS3, Media Fragment, Web Audio API, etc)
  • Implementation unit tests and integration
  • Code optimization
  • Knowledge of other programming languages (Python, C / C + +, Java, Objective-C, etc)
  • Knowledge of Git/SVN, or other DVCS

Salary

According to background and experience.

Applications

Please send your resume with qualifications and pertinent information (e.g GitHub profile) to Samuel Goldszmidt (samuel.goldszmidt@ircam.fr) and Norbert Schnell (norbert.schnell@ircam.fr) before July 1st, 2014.

Wednesday, June 4, 2014

Researcher position (W/M)

Researcher position (W/M) at Ircam for Large-Scale Audio Indexing
Fixed-term contract of 18 months from November 1st, 2014

Introduction to IRCAM

IRCAM is a non-profit organization that is associated to the Centre Pompidou (Centre national d’art et de culture Georges Pompidou). Its missions comprise research, production, and education related to contemporary music and its relation to science and technology. Within the R&D department specialized teams are conducting research and development in the areas of acoustics, sound signal processing, interaction, computer music and musicology. IRCAM is located in the centre of Paris near the Centre Pompidou, at 1, Place Igor Stravinsky 75004 Paris.

Introduction to SKAT-VG project

The goal of the European SKAT-VG project is to allow the control of synthesizers trough the use of vocal or gesture imitations. In this project, IRCAM is in charge of the automatic recognition of vocal imitations into categories and of the mapping between vocal imitations and synthesizer control parameters.

Position description

For this project IRCAM is looking for a researcher for the development of the technologies of automatic recognition of vocal imitations into categories (directly from the audio content or using an intermediate stage of transcription into vocal units) and the mapping between vocal imitations and synthesizer control parameters.
The hired Researcher will also collaborate with the development team and participate in the project activities (evaluation of technologies, meetings, specifications, reports).

Required Experiences and Skills

  • High Skill in audio signal processing (spectral analysis, audio-feature extraction, parameter estimation) (the candidate should preferably hold a PHD in this field) ;
  • High skill in machine learning (the candidate should preferably hold a PHD in this field) ;
  • High-skill in Matlab programming, skills in C/C++ programming ;
  • Good knowledge of Linux, Windows, MacOS environments ;
  • High productivity, capacity for methodical and autonomous work, creativity, good communication skills, rigor, and excellent programming style.

Salary

According to background and experience

Applications

Please send an application letter with the reference 201406SKATRES together with your resume and any suitable information addressing the above issues preferably by email to: peeters@ircam.fr with cc to vinet@ircam.fr, roebel@ircam.fr.
before September 1st, 2014.

Wednesday, June 4, 2014

Developer position (W/M)

Developer position (W/M) at Ircam for Large-Scale Audio Indexing
Fixed-term contract of 15 months from September 1st 2014

Introduction to IRCAM

IRCAM is a non-profit organization that is associated to the Centre Pompidou (Centre national d’art et de culture Georges Pompidou). Its missions comprise research, production, and education related to contemporary music and its relation to science and technology. Within the R&D department specialized teams are conducting research and development in the areas of acoustics, sound signal processing, interaction, computer music and musicology. IRCAM is located in the centre of Paris near the Centre Pompidou, at 1, Place Igor Stravinsky 75004 Paris.

Introduction to BeeMusic project

The BeeMusic project aims at providing the description of music for large-scale collections (several millions of music titles). In this project IRCAM is in charge of the development of music content description technologies (automatic recognition of genre or mood, audio fingerprint …) for large-scale music collections.

Position description

For this project IRCAM is looking for a good developer -for the C++ development of the audio content analysis technologies and -the development of the management system for the storage, access and search over distributed data (audio and meta-data). He/she will be also in charge of the development of scalable search algorithms.

Required experiences and skills

  • High skill in C++ development (including template-based meta-programming) ;
  • High skill in scalable indexing technologies and distributed framework (hash-table, Hadoop, SOLR) ; and database management systems ;
  • Good Skills in Matlab, Python and Java ;
  • Good knowledge of Linux, Mac OSX and Windows development environment (gcc, Intel and MSVC, svn)
  • High productivity, capacity for methodical and autonomous work, creativity, good communication skills, rigor, and excellent programming style.

Salary

According to background and experience.

Applications

Please send an application letter with the reference 201406BMDEV together with your resume and any suitable information addressing the above issues preferably by email to : peeters@ircam.fr with cc to vinet@ircam.fr, roebel@ircam.fr.
before July 1st, 2014.

Wednesday, June 4, 2014

2 researchers positions

2 (W/M) researchers positions at IRCAM for Large-Scale Audio Indexing
Fixed-term contract of 12 months from August 18, 2014

Introduction to IRCAM

IRCAM is a non-profit organization that is associated to the Centre Pompidou (Centre national d’art et de culture Georges Pompidou). Its missions comprise research, production, and education related to contemporary music and its relation to science and technology. Within the R&D department specialized teams are conducting research and development in the areas of acoustics, sound signal processing, interaction, computer music and musicology. IRCAM is located in the centre of Paris near the Centre Pompidou, at 1, Place Igor Stravinsky 75004 Paris.

Introduction to BeeMusic project

The BeeMusic project aims at providing the description of music for large-scale collections (several millions of music titles). In this project IRCAM is in charge of the development of music content description technologies (automatic recognition of genre or mood, audio fingerprint …) for large-scale music collections.

Position Description 201406BMRESA

For this project IRCAM is looking for a researcher for the development of the technologies of automatic genre and mood recognition.
The hired Researcher will be in charge of the research and the development of scalable technologies for supervised learning (i.e. scaling GMM, PCA or SVM algorithms) to be applicable to millions of annotated data.
He/she will then be in charge of the application of the developed technologies for the training of large-scale music genre and music mood models and their application to large-scale music catalogues.

Required Experiences and Skills

  • High skill in audio indexing and data mining (the candidate must hold a PHD in one of these fields) ;
  • Previous experience into scalable machine-learning models ;
  • High-skill in Matlab programming, skills in C/C++ programming ;
  • Skill in audio signal processing (spectral analysis, audio-feature extraction, parameter estimation) ;
  • Good knowledge of Linux, Windows, MacOS environments ;
  • High productivity, capacity for methodical and autonomous work, creativity, good communication skills, rigor, and excellent programming style.

The hired researcher will also collaborate with the development team and participate in the project activities (evaluation of technologies, meetings, specifications, reports).

Position Description 201406BMRESB

For this project IRCAM is looking for a researcher for the development of the technologies of audio fingerprint.
The hired Researcher will be in charge of the research and the development of audio fingerprint technologies that are robust to audio degradations (sound capture through mobile-phones in noisy environment) and fingerprint search algorithms in large-scale database (millions of music titles).

Required Experiences and Skills

  • High skill in audio signal processing and audio fingerprint design (the candidate must hold a PHD in one of these fields) ;
  • High skill in indexing technologies and distributed computing (hash-table, Hadoop, SOLR) ;
  • High-skill in Matlab programming, skills in Python and Java programming ;
  • Good knowledge of Linux, Windows, MacOS environments ;
  • High productivity, capacity for methodical and autonomous work, creativity, good communication skills, rigor, and excellent programming style.

The hired researcher will also collaborate with the development team and participate in the project activities (evaluation of technologies, meetings, specifications, reports).

Salary

According to background and experience.

Applications

Please send an application letter with the reference 201406BMRESA or 201406BMRESB together with your resume and any suitable information addressing the above issues preferably by email to : peeters@ircam.fr with cc to vinet@ircam.fr, roebel@ircam.fr.
before July 1st, 2014.

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