Internship: Distributed Autonomy

Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States · EC · 1000 expand job description ↓


MERL is looking for a highly motivated senior PhD student to work on our distributed autonomy project. The ideal candidate will collaborate with MERL researchers to develop and implement algorithms for multi-robot distributed autonomy tasks, conduct experiments and write paper and patent application. A strong hands-on experience on developing and programming robot platforms is required. Background in SLAM techniques and different sensing modalities is desirable. The expected duration of the internship is 3 months with flexible start date.

Research Area: Electronics & Communications

Contact: Milutin Pajovic

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