The young engineers will work on cutting-edge technologies at Samsung Research and Development Institute Bangalore, Samsung Research and Development Institute Noida, Samsung Research and Development Institute Delhi and Samsung Semiconductor Research Bangalore.
Samsung, India’s largest consumer electronics brand, plans to hire around 1,000 engineers for its R&D institutes across India which include Samsung R&D Institute Bangalore, Samsung R&D Institute Noida, Samsung R&D Institute Delhi and Samsung Semiconductor India Research Bengaluru.
These young engineers will join in 2023 and will work on new age technologies such as AI, machine learning, deep learning, image processing, IoT, connectivity, cloud, big data, business intelligence, predictive analytics, telecom networks, and system on a chip (SoC) and storage solutions.
Samsung will be recruiting engineers from several streams such as computer science and allied branches (AI/ML/Computer Vision/VLSI etc.), IT, electronics, instrumentation, embedded systems and telecom networks. In addition, recruitment will also take place from streams such as Mathematics, Computing, and Software Engineering.
“To reinforce its focus on innovation and cutting-edge technology, Samsung’s R&D centers aim to recruit fresh talent from top engineering institutes in India who will work on innovations, technologies, products and designs, including India-centric ones, that enrich people’s lives. This will further our vision to power digital India”, He said Sameer Wadhwan, Head of Human Resources, Samsung India.
This recruitment season, Samsung R&D centers will be hiring around 200 engineers from top IIT institutes like IIT Madras, IIT Delhi, IIT Hyderabad, IIT Bombay, IIT Roorkee, IIT Kharagpur, IIT Kanpur, IIT Guwahati, IIT BHU, among others. . They have also given over 400 Pre-Placement Offers (PPOs) to students at IITs and other major institutions.
Samsung research centers in India have filed more than 7,500 patents in areas such as multi-camera solutions, televisions, digital applications, 5G, 6G and ultra-wideband wireless communication protocol. Many of these patents have been commercialized in Samsung’s flagship Galaxy smartphones, smartwatches, networking equipment and digital applications, among other things.
Over the years, Samsung’s R&D centers in India have built a strong patent filing culture. At Samsung R&D Institute, Bangalore, for example, a large number of patent applicants are first-time inventors in emerging areas such as 5G, AI, ML, IoT, camera and vision technologies. Through this, the R&D Center has emerged as the number one patent holder in India for inventions made in India that were first filed in India and also won the National Intellectual Property Award 2021 and 2022.