[robotics-worldwide] Job Openings for Summer Undergraduate Internships

Mary (Missy) Cummings missyc at MIT.EDU
Tue Mar 28 18:20:33 PST 2006

Summer Research Positions Open in the MIT Humans and Automation Laboratory

Supervisory control of teams of unmanned-aerial vehicles has become 
an important research topic in many domains, including military 
operations, search and rescue, and commerce.  We are researching 
various human supervisory control technologies for this domain of 
research and need ambitious, creative, and skilled 
programmers.  Three summer research positions are available in the 
MIT Humans and Automation Lab 
(<http://halab.mit.edu>http://halab.mit.edu) which will involve 
working with a team of researchers to improve and extend existing 
software as well as develop new software for multiple unmanned 
vehicle operations, both in the air and on the ground.  These 
positions carry the potential for participation in the creation of 
professional papers and travel to conferences. The positions are open 
to graduate and undergraduate students with a monthly stipend of $2000.

1) Programming experience, especially in Java
2) Previous experience developing Graphical User Interfaces
3) Ability to enhance already existing code

Recommended but not necessary:
1)      Ability to code in C/C++

Contact: Please respond to Jake Crandall 
(<mailto:jcrandal at mit.edu>jcrandal at mit.edu)

Include in your response:
1) Resume
2) Short description of your programming experience
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