QRC wants to change the way people record and retrieve information on their mobile devices. We are seeking talented Web/Mobile developers to build a new iOS/Android application that lives at the intersection of mobile and cloud computing, social media and location-based services. The application will support multimodal input to create personalized and shareable databases. You will work closely with CSAIL and other world-class institutions on a variety of projects involving multimodal computer interfaces, machine learning, and crowd-sourced computing.
You should understand the mobile world and how it intersects with social media and other location-based services. You should be excited about developing for real-world needs and getting things into the hands of users.
- Work with team members to design and develop clients for iOS and/or Android
- Assist in the design and implementation of backend databases
- Assist in the design, implementation, and analysis of user studies
- Develop requirements specifications in collaboration with other team members
- 1-5 years of web development experience
- Excellent programming skills in Java
- Mobile development experience in an iOS or Android environment
- Experience in multimodal (i.e., speech, text, gesture) data capture
- Experience with GPS/map/other location-based APIs
- Creativity and focus
To apply, please send a thoughtful cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Quanta Research Cambridge, Inc. is the North American R&D subsidiary of Taiwan-based Quanta Computer, Inc., the world's largest manufacturer of laptops. Quanta Computer designs, develops, and manufactures not only laptop computers, but also a wide range of technology products including data center equipment, servers, switches and storage devices. QRC's mission is to help move Quanta beyond its position as the world's largest laptop manufacturer to become a provider of innovative new products and services in a cloud-enabled computing world.
Quanta is the largest industrial sponsor of MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL). We work closely with CSAIL on a variety of projects in the field of cloud-computing, resulting in joint publications and technology transfer.
Quanta Research Cambridge engineers develop advanced prototypes and push the state of the art. The typical senior QRC engineer has broad and deep experience, enjoys tackling projects that require innovative thinking, and is comfortable over-delivering on under-specified projects. An entry-level engineer at QRC impresses us with intelligence, curiosity, potential and a deep understanding of one or more relevant topics.
QRC offers great benefits including competitive salaries, health, vision and dental insurance, bonus programs, 401K, competitive vacation time, a transportation benefit, and a fun and innovative working environment in the heart of Cambridge.