Internship/ Working Student Robotics (m/f/d)
Toposens is the first company in the world to commercialize 3D ultrasonic sensors.
Our sensors mimic the echolocation techniques of a bat to help autonomous systems perceive their environment.
Ranging from intelligent robots to self-driving cars, our technology provides perception capabilities to multiple domains, making them smarter and safer with every product iteration. Our clients include some of the world’s leading companies in robotics and automotives. At Toposens, we play an active role in accelerating the development of safety-critical autonomy and make the world a little better every day.
- Work in an aspiring well-funded high-tech startup with prestigious customers
- Opportunity to actively shape your role and bring your ideas to the table
- A nurturing environment where we care for your personal and professional growth
- A loyal, fun-lovin team that regularly holds team events
- Fresh fruits, cereals, coffee and other snacks to keep you fueled
- A well-equipped laboratory and test room – spaces for creativity and solutions!
- Enhance and maintain our ROS libraries for internal and external use
- Conceptualize and develop new software features supporting our products
- Test and benchmark software suite in simulation and in real-world settings
- Brainstorm and conduct research studeis on cutting-edge applications of 3D ultrasound
- Write papers to document research work and conduct analysis with research data
- Persuing a Master’s degree in computer science or similar engineering tracks
- Strong fundamentals in programming; fluent in C++
- Comfortable working with Linux, git and terminal
- Well-versed with Robot Operating System (ROS); industry experience in robotics a plus
- Experience with prototyping solutions for popular problems in robotics like navigation and mapping
- A track-record of open-source contributions a plus
- Good communication skills; able to work independently and in a team
- Very good command of English; knowledge of German a plus
Your contact: Kerstin Bruckner