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Research Internship



Jerusalem, Israel
Posted on Thursday, February 8, 2024

Who we are

Lightricks is a pioneer in innovative technology that leads to breakthrough moments throughout the creation process. With a mission to push the limits of technology to reimagine the way creators express themselves, we bring a unique blend of cutting-edge academic research and design to every user experience. Our photo and video editing tools offer endless possibilities and inspiration, while our creator services provide content creators the ability to monetize their work and talents. We focus on putting creators in the center and empowering them from the moment inspiration strikes.

The brilliant minds in R&D take our products to the next level using groundbreaking Machine Learning, Computer Graphics and AI features. Our state-of-the-art photo and video tools are based in computer vision, machine learning, rendering, deep learning and computational photography. To read more about our team’s work, read our tech blog.

We’re looking for excellent undergraduate and graduate students with a proven track record who are passionate about advancing the state-of-the-art in our domains of interest. Our key areas of technology research include: computer vision, signal processing, machine learning, 3D graphics, computational photography, human-computer interaction, big data analysis, data-mining and applied statistics.

What you will be doing

Conducting applied research and building productive prototypes.

Graduate students - Publishing meaningful results in academic conferences as a result of SOTA research results.

Your skills and experience

  • Students studying towards an M.Sc or Ph.D. degree in a technical field from a top tier university or equivalent experience (or B.Sc superstars in their final year).
  • Strong coding skills in Python or another OO language.
  • Strong applied math background.
  • Candidates should be prepared to work on an intensive research project during the internship period (3 months minimum).
  • Research experience and familiarity with the literature in one of the Lightricks’ areas of interest - a plus.