Offer 340 out of 435 from 20/07/22, 17:02


Holo­plot GmbH

At HOLO­PLOT we deve­lop inno­va­tive hard­ware and soft­ware to push the boun­da­ries of what you thought loud­spea­kers are capa­ble of: Using real-time wave field syn­the­sis and audio beam­for­ming, our sys­tems enable a radi­cally new approach to soni­cally out­stan­ding, high-qua­lity speech and music repro­duc­tion, even in the acou­sti­cally most chal­len­ging envi­ron­ments.

We build our pro­ducts with a love for music, a com­mit­ment to the hig­hest-pos­si­ble qua­lity, and a pas­sion for dis­rup­t­ing the sta­tus quo.

Working Stu­dent - C++ / DSP / Audio (f/m/d)

still vacant

Working field:

HOLOPLOT is a pro audio com­pany that builds sound sys­tems. Our core tech­no­lo­gies enable new ways to cre­ate an immers­ive sound exper­i­ence and achieve optim­ised sound qual­ity. This brings strong chal­lenges and demands in ensur­ing good qual­ity of our soft­ware. We are look­ing for an ener­getic and motiv­ated work­ing stu­dent to help with improv­ing and test­ing DSP and audio related core lib­rar­ies at HOLOPLOT.

You will be work­ing in a small core team that works on the inter­sec­tion of Research/Hard­ware/Soft­ware. Day-to-day tasks may include:
  • Port­ing code from Research team scripts (e.g. Mat­lab) into C++
  • Updat­ing and main­tain­ing the code­base used for inter­fa­cing and set­ting up hard­ware DSP
  • Writ­ing tests and main­tain­ing the in depth integ­ra­tion tests
  • Help improve our exist­ing code base
  • Work together with other teams for plan­ning and execut­ing fur­ther fea­tures in our stack


  • You live and study in Ber­lin or are will­ing to relo­cate to Ber­lin from some­where else in Ger­many
  • Your stud­ies are in the field of com­puter sci­ence, audio engin­eer­ing, phys­ics, maths, or of a com­par­able pro­gram. You are at least in the 3rd bach­elor semester of your stud­ies
  • You have some exper­i­ence writ­ing C++ and are inter­ested in learn­ing more about devel­op­ing in mod­ern C++
  • You have played with or have an interest in learn­ing other pro­gram­ming lan­guages
  • You want to under­stand more about DSP and work­ing together with research teams
  • You are able to com­mu­nic­ate flu­ently in Eng­lish, both writ­ing and speak­ing

What would really make you shine
  • You have some exper­i­ence with audio soft­ware
  • You have tried mak­ing your own audio plu­gin once
  • Know­ledge in DSP or more spe­cific­ally audio sig­nal pro­cessing
  • Some exper­i­ence or expos­ure to mod­ern C++ - you heard about the C++ Core Guidelines or maybe even browsed through them
  • You know how to use git’s basic func­tion­al­ity

What we offer:

  • The oppor­tun­ity to take part in an industry-chan­ging jour­ney, work­ing at the fore­front of audio tech­no­logy together with a world-class team
  • More than just “the usual” work­ing stu­dent exper­i­ence
  • Flat hier­arch­ies and the oppor­tun­ity to make an impact from day one
  • A highly motiv­at­ing envir­on­ment where you can grow and learn by work­ing on incred­ibly ambi­tious chal­lenges with col­leagues from a diverse range of back­grounds
  • 30 days of annual leave, flex­ible work­ing hours, flex­ible work­ing-from-home policy
  • A mod­ern office loc­ated on the south end of Tem­pel­hofer Field over­look­ing the old air­port
  • Weekly team lunch and dis­coun­ted Urban Sports mem­ber­ship

How to apply:

Sounds good? Apply now and let's shape the future of sound together!

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