AI Specialist for the Development of Robots for the Food Industry

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Danish Technological Institute in Taastrup is looking for an AI specialist to support the development of innovative robot technologies based on machine learning. You will be become part of a highly specialized team working on projects that paves the way for the future of slaughterhouses. 


As an AI specialist you will be working towards bridging the newest research discoveries with the development stage and production. Your main focus will be on development and prototyping robotic solutions for food industry based on state-of-the-art machine-learning methodologies, in support of our future advanced robot cell product relying significantly upon AI.  


Your main areas of responsibility will include: 

  • Exploring advanced learning techniques such as imitation learning  
  • Designing the overall learning system from data collection to motion control 
  • Improving the system performance with online data 


You will get a job in an innovative atmosphere with highly qualified colleagues, where you will have a high degree of freedom in your daily work. 


Specialist with experience in machine learning 

You probably have an M.Sc. or Ph.D. degree in computer science, electrical engineering, or a related field. Furthermore, you have experience and profound interest in AI, machine learning and robotics, as well as image processing algorithms, software design and architecture.  


You thrive in an environment with a high degree of individual responsibility and you take responsibility for the progress and quality of your projects. You can work independently but understand that cooperation is the key to successful solutions – and you are good at sharing your knowledge and experiences with colleagues. 


Center for Automation 

Center for Automation, part of the DMRI division, promotes both high quality and competitiveness in the production of animal products using advanced automation technology.  

We are interdisciplinary, and cooperate closely with the food industry, universities and the rest of the Institute. We encourage a developmental environment, where we test new ideas and technologies for the benefit of our customers’ competitiveness.  

DMRI is the world’s largest and leading international knowledge center for research and innovation in animal foods. Our specialists focus on methods and techniques for the production of safe animal food of high quality at competitive prices, while taking maximum account of the work environment, animal welfare and the external environment. Our specialists develop solutions for the international meat industry and provide advice at both national and international levels.  



If you would like further information about this position, please feel free to contact Director Henrik Grothe by telephone on +45 7220 2609.  

Please note that interviews will be held on an on-going basis. We look forward to receiving your application as soon as possible, but no later than 04.02.2019.  


Ansøgningsfrist d. 04.02.2019

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