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Robotic technology is rapidly maturing to the point where it can provide great value for application such as infrastructure maintenance. Technologies such as drones, augmented reality, and small form factor robotics can all help enable infrastructure inspection and repair tasks that were previously not feasible. For example, it is now conceivable to outfit a drone with a caulking gun in order to apply sealant to damage in roof areas that are otherwise difficult to access. In addition we can now legitimately consider outfitting a quadrotor with a sanding pad to repair damage in roofs. Augmented reality opens the door to new human-machine interfaces to better control these robots in a faster, more high-precision manner.
Location: This internship will be located at Los Alamos National Laboratory.
Salary: Selected candidate will be compensated by either a stipend or salary, and may include one round trip domestic travel to and from the host laboratory. Stipends and salaries will be commensurate with cost of living at the location of the host laboratory. Housing information will be provided to interns prior to arrival at the host laboratory, and will vary from lab to lab.
Application Deadline: January 21, 2019
Expected Start Date: May 28, 2019
Eligible applicants must:
Successful candidates will:
Educational background in Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, or Mechanical Engineering.
Strong Programming skills: C/C++, Python, OpenCV, C#, Robot Operating System, Ubuntu Linux Signal/Image Processing Background
Experience using embedded computers: Beagle Bone, Rasbery Pi, Jetson Simple Mechanical Fabrication Skills
Experience in robotics/drones
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