Junior Data Scientist
Ingu Solutions is a venture-funded, Calgary-based technology company that is creating positive change within the global oil and gas sector.
Oil and gas pipelines are critical assets within our economy. And like so much of the world’s underlying infrastructure, they are aging and vulnerable to climate events. But unlike our roads, bridges and rail, pipelines are often hidden from view, expensive to reach, and for 40 per cent of the world’s pipelines completely untouchable using current inspection technologies. It is this tough and pressing reality that we are addressing using smart, miniaturized sensors capable of travelling long distances at a fraction of the cost of current solutions.
Our technology is world-class, and we are rapidly growing to meet the demands of an industry ready for change.
You are a highly-engaged computer scientist, mathematician or physicist. You are also a wrangler of large data sets and drawn to being part of a world-class product team that is driving change in a billion-dollar industry. Your focus will be on sensor data, flow dynamics and pipeline integrity.
What you’ll do
- Leverage and improve upon state-of-the-art data analysis algorithms to solve challenging problems across a variety of domains
- Work with and understand IMU and other sensor signals
- Collaborate closely with your colleagues to push the boundaries of what technology can do
What you need
- Strong theoretical knowledge, including mathematical foundations, of basic physics concepts and in particular fluid dynamics
- Practical experience in implementing and expanding on a variety algorithms for analyzing sensor data
- Experience in working with large data sets
- Excellent coding skills in Python or similar
- Degree (Bachelors, Masters or PhD) in computer science, engineering, physics, or equivalent
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Bonus points for
- Experience in working with IMUs and data from other sensors
- Experience in working in the oil & gas sector
- Relevant personal projects and open source work
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