Deep Learning Research Engineer

London, England, United Kingdom · Engineering


We are looking to build out our research team and bring in new talent to not only scale up and improve our current offerings but also help us identify ways to provide novel experiences and insights to our customers and users. You will be working to analyse 2D and 3D datasets, researching and applying cutting edge machine learning research algorithms to industrial scale challenges. Engineering the core of our algorithms, you will be working closely with our product team to develop cutting-edge techniques and implement new approaches to solving real-world problems.

Please note this is a rolling requirement, so we may only respond to exceptional applications and won't always have open positions for immediate start.

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About Pupil

Pupil is a spatial technology company. We capture and publish 3D information about real-world interiors on an industrial scale. Our technology is raising standards of practice around the globe and transforming industries by digitising the world’s interiors with new levels of accuracy and consistency.

Pupil's first product, Spec, is building the new standard for the residential property industry, offering property professionals an all-in-one solution for creating accurate, feature-rich marketing assets.

Pupil is a place for those who think big and want to create extraordinary things. Our people are at the heart of everything we do and we foster a culture where we are constantly learning, evolving and collaborating to reach our bold ambitions. We’re growing fast and are always looking for exceptional talent.

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You will likely have worked in academic or industrial research teams, finding pragmatic solutions to novel problems and be adept at working on a variety of tasks. You should be results-focused and able to work with product teams to understand what the most pressing issues are to work on, but also able to help them identify new opportunities based on a solid understanding of current algorithms and techniques.

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This job is based full time in the UK at our central London offices and to be considered you should have the right to work in the UK for at least 12 months. We are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of their race, gender, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation or age.


We want each and every day to be rewarding and enjoyable for all Pupil staff. To help make that happen, we offer a range of great benefits that focus on what’s important both personally and professionally. Exceptional people deserve the best we can offer and the power to make their own choices.

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