Internship: Robot control algorithms
The Computer Vision group at MERL is offering and internship opportunity to a highly skilled graduate student to work on robotic control. Candidates should have a solid understanding of kinematics, path planning with collision avoidance and control theory. The intern will deploy control software on physical robots. Strong programming skills are required, including ROS, Python and C++. Duration and start dates are flexible.
Research Areas: Robotics
Contact: Radu Corcodel
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