Data Scientist / Data Engineer - Music Information Retrieval

Intern / Student, Full-time · Berlin

About us
At Skoove, we want to unlock the magic of making music for everyone who dreams of playing an instrument. With more than 1 million users today, we create interactive apps to learn piano and guitar. With our team of 20 certified music nuts, we combine music learning science, audio technology, and machine learning to build a unique company in the music tech space.

Join an exceptional multinational team and shape the future of music making. Enjoy a positive and purpose-driven working atmosphere in our office in Berlin Friedrichshain. You have what it takes to make a difference? Come, join the band! 

Your mission

Accelerate your professional career with one of the leading teams in the music-tech world: Skoove is looking for an Intern or Student working on their Master Thesis. You'll work hand in hand with industry-geeks to figure out the future of Audio Analysis.

Your profile
  • You have a Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science or any related field
  • Machine Learning and Deep Learning 
  • Basic knowledge of audio signal processing
  • Programming in Python and c++
What's in it for you?
  • Create the future of musical instrument learning with some of the best people in music tech
  • Startup with lean hierarchies and short decision making processes
  • Fast, sustainable growth and new challenges on a daily basis
  • Your work will make a difference and will be recognized inside and outside the company
  • Diverse and friendly international team in a trendy Berlin office, located in Friedrichshain
  • You will receive basic compensation based on your experience

Join the band!

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