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Advanced Robotics and AI Internship

Job Description


We are currently looking for an Advanced Robotics and AI Intern to join our Research Group in Berkeley, California. The candidate must be able to work 40 hours a week. The internship is in person in our Berkeley office. The starting date is as soon as possible.

The Challenge

During this internship, the candidate will experience the excitement and challenges of industrial research and be part of a world class team. This person will:

• Conduct research and development in the area of advanced robotics, AI, and machine autonomy
• Work on fast-paced projects in the area of the autonomous factory of the future
• Develop prototypes and proof of concepts
• Demonstrate your work in presentations and publications

The Candidate

Qualified candidates will have/be:

• PhD or MSc students in Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, or related discipline
• Experience with robotic manipulation and robotic grasping
• Implemented and debugged algorithms on real robot hardware
• Familiarity with ROS development
• C++ and Python proficiency
• Deep Learning experience
• Experience with machine vision for robotics (e.g. OpenCV) and common sensing modalities such as RGB-D sensors


Organization: Technology

Company: Siemens Corporation

Experience Level: Student (Not Yet Graduated)

Full / Part time: Full-time



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