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Canon USA’s Healthcare Optics Research Lab is a young organization that is gaining momentum. We’re partnering with world class hospitals in the Boston area to turn cutting-edge medical research into usable, meaningful products. This Software Engineer position is part of a software development team responsible for the design, implementation and verification of image-guided software solutions.
Design, program, and verify software components for image-guided software solutions. Components include data acquisition, image acquisition, image format conversion, image processing, image analysis, feature extraction, image editing and display/recording of images. Build, deploy and test software application on prototype hardware and/or clinical-grade diagnostic imaging devices.
Work throughout the whole software development lifecycle including capturing user/clinical requirements, design, implementation and verification of software, and support/maintenance.
Ensure high-quality software and documentation by adhering to regulations, standards and industry best practices.
Port, modify, enhance, debug and/or refactor existing prototype software components to meet specifications and performance requirements.
Work effectively in cross-functional teams consisting of Research, Engineering, QA/RA, and Marketing.
Keep abreast of relevant and new technologies in software development in general, and the medical imaging field in particular.
Education Required: Minimum Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering or related discipline.
Experience Required: 3-5 years in a software engineering role.
Familiarity in medical device development and/or a regulated industry is desired. Working knowledge of IEC 62304 and 21 CFR 820 is a plus.
Experience using C/C++, Python/Perl/tcl/Ruby and OpenCL/CUDA.
Working knowledge of Qt, ITK, VTK, OpenCV, IPP.
Working experience with Object Oriented Analysis/Design and Programming methodologies
Experience working in Windows, Linux and OS X/iOS.
Knowledge and experience in handling DICOM images and 2D/3D medical image processing.
Experience utilization of GPGPU is a plus.
Familiarity with software development tools such as Visual Studio, GCC, Make/CMake, git.
Experience in software requirements analysis and risk management processes is a plus.
Must be a team player and possess strong oral and written communication skills.
Experience in intellectual property development is a plus.