Applications Engineer (Optics/Image Processing)

Applications Engineer (Optics/Image Processing)


  • Dynocardia is founded by a team of engineers and physicians from MIT and Tufts Medical School. In 2015, NIH called for fundamentally new methods to measure blood pressure accurately and selected Dynocardia team to address a 100-year-old challenge: the need for an accurate and continuous, non-invasive blood pressure monitor. Dynocardia has developed ViTrack™, a platform technology, which is powered by a proprietary method to measurement of BP accurately and continuously. The technology also provides continuous and accurate measures of heart rate, respiratory rate, and other cardio- hemodynamic parameters.
  • Dynocardia was recently funded by National Institutes of Health (NIH), NIBIB, and NHLBI to commercialize the technology. The company has also received funding supports from the state of New York and Massachusetts for device development and testing. 
  • ViTrackTM device will allow for predictive, remote patient monitoring which will enable a continuum of critical care in hospitals and facilitate correct diagnosis and management of hypertension and other chronic diseases (telehealth). 
  • The Applications Engineer will have a leading role in the design, development and practical implementation of algorithms and imaging tools for accurate, continuous blood pressure and advanced hemodynamic monitoring.
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Responsibilities Include

  • Drive algorithm and software development of a medical device consisting of hardware control, data acquisition, and image processing for an advanced real-time tracking system of physiological signals using multiple sensors
  • Provide technical leadership in the development of novel algorithms, software architecture, coding, testing, and deployment
  • Generate requirements, specifications, support risk/hazard analyses, and lead/participate in technical reviews
  • Effectively collaborate across disciplines (electronics, software and mechanical) and with internal and external consultants and development partners 
  • Participate in design and execution of preclinical system experiments with physicians, researchers, and third parties
  • Help establish and drive best practices across the software development lifecycle

Preferred Qualifications/Experience 

  • Bachelor’s, Masters and/or PhD in Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, Mechanical Engineering, Biomedical Engineering or Applied Optics 
  • Must have experience in image and signal processing
  • Must have experience with algorithm development and implementation in MATLAB, Python, and C/C++ in a fast-paced environment
  • Experience with acquisition and processing of physiological signals in a complex environment
  • Excellent knowledge of linear/nonlinear real-time systems analysis (time/frequency, estimation and feedback models, digital filter design)
  • Prior experience with optimization and inverse problems
  • Experience with imaging equipment and basic optical system design
  • Quick learner and systematic thinker with the ability to collect, analyze, and interpret complex information with mathematical tools using independent judgement
  • Excellent communication and presentation skills, capable of conveying technical information in a clear and thorough manner to a varied audience

Contact: Gokul Rajamanickam, Program Manager


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