General Electric Software Engineer – Image Processing in Haifa, Israel
Job Description Summary
The Image Processing Software Engineer is responsible for design and implementation of medical imaging tomographic reconstruction software, through definition of architecture, design, coding and performance optimization. The software is part of GE Healthcare Molecular Imaging scanner products.
Roles and Responsibilities
Coding of algorithms and reconstruction tools in C++/ OpenCL parallel environments.
Architecture and design of complex software subsystems.
Work with algorithms engineers and scientists to understand mathematical and physical algorithms, and design optimal solutions to implement the algorithms.
Work with other software teams to define interfaces between the Reconstruction environment and other software subsystems.
Optimize reconstruction engines to meet performance run-time requirements and usage of memory resources.
Write software requirements and design documents.
Design and execute software unit-tests.
Define and support Engineering Quality team in design and execution of system testing plans.
Support field investigations – upon need.
Data and configuration management and control of generated code.
Initiate and conduct technical reviews of work done.
Get to know trends and new technologies in the computing and software industry.
B.A/B.Sc./M.Sc. in computer sciences/computer engineering/software engineering from a known academic institution.
5+ years of hands-on experience in C/C++.
Excellent C/C++ programming, including debugging, performance analysis, and testing.
Experience in software architecture and design.
Ability to creatively solve complex problems
Strong oral and written communication skills to work effectively with other team members.
5+ years of algorithms implementation hands-on experience.
Experience in parallel programming multi-core CPU / GPU.
Experience in OpenCL/CUDA.
Knowledge in MATLAB.
Knowledge in image processing.
Strong performance optimization skills.
The job is open to men and women equally
Relocation Assistance Provided: No