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Intern Developer

Nanjing, China
Research & Development

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Job Description

Date: Nov 5, 2018

We are now looking for an intern for 6 months or longer to assist on a project to develop a tool to perform automatic trouble shooting in the 4G and 5G Front haul. The tool will use machie learning and big data analysis to detect possible faults and decide what actions should be taken in the troubleshooting.

 

The ideal candidates will have knowledge and competence within at least 50% of the following areas

 

  • Python code experience
  • Natural language process/ machine learning /big data
  • Mathematics
  • JavaScript code experience
  • Have webpage client/server design experience
  • Webpage GUI design experience
  • Telecom 4G/5G knowledge would be helpful

 

 

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Primary country and city: China (CN) || || Nanjing || R&D

Req ID: 263329