[robotics-worldwide] [jobs] ADAS/AD Internship in Silicon Valley (Honda Research Institute)

ambarish at ambarish.com ambarish at ambarish.com
Sun Dec 6 12:19:45 PST 2015


ADAS/AD Internship in Silicon Valley (Honda Research Institute)


The Honda Research Institute USA (HRI-US) in Mountain View, California, 
has an opening for 2016 Winter/Spring internship in the area of 
Vehicle Simulation and Control for AD/ADAS activities


Starting date: January 2016 (flexible)
Duration: 6 months


The internship will focus on developing a vehicle simulation system 
for studying sensor-mediated behavior of autonomous vehicles. 
Time permitting, the work will also involve theory and road testing
of autonomous cars.


We are looking for experienced and highly motivated students 
with good publication record and excellent analytical and programming
skills. 
The project requires knowledge in vehicle dynamics, control, path
planning,
reactive behavior. Experience in working with one of the vehicle
simulators
(Prescan, CarMaker etc) is a plus. 


HRI-US internship program is designed to give students hands-on
experience 
in developing new research ideas. Each intern works with HRI-US 
researchers and is typically generates prototypes, patents and
scientific 
publications as a result of the internship. 


Located in the Silicon Valley, HRI-US pays interns competitive salaries
and 
provides for a comfortable yet competitive research environment with 
regular opportunities for learning. Interns from outside of the local
area 
are eligible for relocation stipend. However, we only accept students 
currently studying in the North America (USA, Canada and Mexico).


If you are interested in this position please send me a resume including
a
publication list and the names of 3 references. Please note that we
receive a
large number of applications and cannot communicate with everyone. If we
find a good match between the planned research and your background, we
will contact you directly.


Thanks
Ambarish Goswami
agoswami at honda-ri.com


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