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Intern / Working Student in Software Engineering for Machine Learning (m/f)

Intern / Student · Munich

About us
TerraLoupe is a young, innovative machine learning software company based in Munich, Germany. The name “TerraLoupe” originates from “Terra” (lat. ground, terrain) and “Loupe”, the technical expression for magnifying glass. TerraLoupe analyzes aerial images with artificial intelligence.
Your tasks
  • Enhancement of TerraLoupe technology for object recognition based on machine learning algorithms
  • Building an automated data pipeline to streamline our image processing chain
  • Experience in object-oriented software development
  • Strong coding skills in either C++ or Python
  • Interest in machine learning, and deep learning techniques
  • An independent, structured, and result-driven way of working
  • Excellent problem-solving skills
  • You have successfully applied machine learning for one of your own applications
  • Motivation to work on challenging problems
  • You have already participated in the development of larger software projects
  • Curiosity for understanding complex systems
  • Either available for around 15-20 hours per week as a working student or available for 3 months or longer as an intern, or looking for an exciting bachelor/master thesis

Life as TerraLouper is
  • Drive for new ideas and methodologies 
  • Great team events 
  • Part of an international young and motivated top team in an amazing Start-up atmosphere
  • Office location in the heart of Munich
  • Flexible working hours
  • Exciting and varied working environment 

Your application

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