Check-Cap is a clinical-stage medical diagnostics company developing C-Scan®, the first capsule-based system for preparation-free, colorectal cancer screening. Utilizing innovative ultra-low dose X-ray and wireless communication technologies, our capsule generates information on the contours of the inside of the colon as it passes naturally. This information is used to create a 3D map of the colon, which allows physicians to look for polyps and other abnormalities. Designed to improve the patient experience and increase the willingness of individuals to participate in recommended colorectal cancer screening, C-Scan® removes many frequently-cited barriers, such as laxative bowel preparation, invasiveness, and sedation.
If you are passionate about innovative medical devices that influence millions throughout the world, we are offering a unique and great opportunity for talented people who are willing to If you are passionate about innovative medical devices that influence millions throughout the world, we are offering a unique and great opportunity for talented people who are willing to develop with the company.
We are looking for Senior Algorithm Developer to join the Algorithm team in R&D department.
- Developing solvers for computing physical interpretations of measured sensor data.
- Aiding at building simulation framework enabling to test and improve C-Scan algorithms.
- Building the ability to merge between reconstructed data and positioning sensor information to obtain 3D anatomical models.
- Developing techniques for improving and/or replacing the algorithmic underlying capsule control SW.
Qualified candidates must meet the following requirements:
- MSc or Phd in one of the fields: mathematics, physics, aeronautics, computer science.
- 15-20 years of experience in R&Dfor multidisciplinary products.
- Experience with MATLAB as a primary development tool.
- Background in optimization algorithms development.
- Background in estimation theory techniques
- Proficiency in signal processing.
- Advantage – experience with simulations of physical systems