About the role
Uber Elevate's Advanced Technologies Center (ATCP) is focused on advancing the state of knowledge in digital sciences, and developing advanced technologies that can help make cities smarter, better, and more efficient places to live and work. Based in Paris, France, The center brings together scientists and engineers working on many exciting topics that impact Elevate's vision of future air transport, including artificial intelligence (e.g. machine learning and optimization), airspace management, sensing & perception, autonomous control, energy management and communication networks.
ATCP scientists and engineers have the opportunity to directly impact the development of innovative transportation in cities, with a huge positive effect on people's lives. Research is conducted in an open environment, with results published in scientific journals and conferences, open-source software platforms, and collaborations with the best universities and researchers worldwide. The center started in 2019 and the team is growing fast, allowing each member to participate in shaping this exciting adventure.
We are looking for experienced researchers who are willing to both advance the state of the art in their scientific domain of expertise, and assist in the development of advanced technologies to build transportation systems of the future. Research scientists are expected to conduct frontier research, collaborate with the best research partners worldwide, advise junior researchers and students. They draw inspiration from the issues of urban air transportation and autonomous aircraft systems, and advise on the related technology developments
What you'll do
What You'll Need
Minimum of 6 years of experience with research in one of the specific domains of Machine learning, Operations research, or Optimization.
About Uber Elevate
Uber Elevate is working toward transforming the world through aerial ridesharing at scale: on-demand aviation has the potential to radically improve urban mobility, giving people back time lost in their daily commutes. Just as skyscrapers allowed cities to use limited land more efficiently, urban air transportation will use three-dimensional airspace to alleviate transportation congestion on the ground. A network of small, electric aircraft that take off and land vertically (called VTOL aircraft for Vertical Take-off and Landing, and pronounced vee-tol), will enable rapid, reliable transportation between suburbs and cities and, ultimately, within cities. Planned for 2023, UberAir will allow riders to tap a button and get a flight in three partner cities including Dallas and Los Angeles.
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