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25 days ago

Sr. Applied Research Engineer

Sony Electronics San Jose, CA

As a Senior Applied Research Engineer, you will also be responsible for writing invention disclosures for developed algorithms, and working with… Sony Electronics

25 days ago

Senior TCAD Engineer

Sony Electronics San Jose, CA

• Work with other members of the pixel design team to define and optimize pixel layout and performance • Work with characterization team to tune TCAD… Sony Electronics

12 days ago

Sr. Applied Research Engineer, Digital Imaging Group, US Research Center

Sony Electronics San Jose, CA

include investigating and utilizing complex engineering and mathematical principles to develop core technologies, compose algorithm structures and… Sony Electronics

13 days ago

Senior Applied Research Engineer

Sony Electronics San Jose, CA

Engage in research and development in area of image and video processing with emphasis on innovation for advancing the state of the art technology… Sony Electronics

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  San Diego, CA
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in San Diego, CA

    I worked at Sony Electronics full-time for more than a year


    Sony in San Diego (Rancho Bernardo) has some good perks- beautiful gym that is open early and closes late and it's only $20 a month, a cafeteria that can make literally anything you want (kinda pricey and not really subsidized) and the hours are very manageable (typical 9-5). Bonus' and pay was pretty good too.


    The creative services team/Sony Direct is really unorganized. Think twice before accepting a job in this group. A lot of people had been there for 15+ years and only know the sony way of things. They laid off more than half the team earlier this year and it seems like turn over is getting worse and worse. People are leaving left and right. Sony Electronics is doing VERY poorly and they can NEVER make their numbers. The group I worked with was a bunch of people who had very little previous experience that was related to their jobs and they all learned on the job at Sony, which as I mentioned above is not the best way of learning how to do your job! It's very corporate too, not a lot of "fun" things done for team building.

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