As primary responsibilities of this position, the incumbent will help develop and will conduct research in the area of precision livestock management by developing unique feature extraction methods and/or modelling of real time individual animal data streams that result in decision support for producers by using a combination of new and traditional analysis techniques to statistically analyze data. In addition, this person is expected to prepare manuscripts for scientific journal publications and make presentations at conferences. As part of this position, this person will be working with diverse interdisciplinary teams to aid in the development research proposal to funding agencies, and will provide mentorship to graduate and undergraduate students in the program.
Minimum Required Qualifications:
PhD required in Biological Systems Engineering, or Computer Science or related field
Must have the knowledge of programming in Matlab and or C, C++, or C#
Expertise in image processing
Knowledge of animal production systems
Ability to work with swine
Job Type: Full-Time
Internal Number: 66001
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