The research of DRC’s Map Technology Team focuses on but not limited to, Computer Vision, GIScience, Photogrammetry, and Big Data. The vision of the team is to investigate the next-generation map data (2D and 3D) construction techniques. And its mission is to address the challenging scientific and technical questions in building high geometric and semantic quality, high definition, multi-dimensional, and real-time datasets.
In recent years, many of DRC's research results have been published at top-tier conferences such as ASPLOS, SOSP and USENIX ATC. Moreover, its research and development results have been well implemented in Huawei's internal product lines and have made significant improvements in the performance of related products. In addition, DRC has developed various types of extensive cooperation with European universities and enterprises by establishing Joint Innovation and Joint Labs, sponsoring academic and technical exchange activities, providing funding for professorships to renowned universities and jointly training industrial Ph.D. students with renowned academic institutions.
With rapid growth, DRC is looking to expand its highly international team (10+ different countries) of 40+ top CS researchers and software engineers. We are looking for researchers and engineers in one or more key areas mentioned above, to support the teams in continuing to achieve the best results for the company and outside. Positions are available for several experience levels (e.g., junior, senior).
 VSync by Oberhauser et al., ASPLOS’21, distinguished paper award: https://dl.acm.org/doi/10.1145/3445814.3446748
 CLoF by Chehab et al., SOSP’21: https://dl.acm.org/doi/10.1145/3477132.3483557
 BBQ by Wang et al., USENIX ATC’22: https://www.usenix.org/system/files/atc22-wang-jiawei.pdf