At IPU we specialize in solving complex technology challenges for businesses. We develop customized tech solutions based on a unique combination of expertise, approach and collaboration with research institutes, including DTU.
We are experiencing a lot of interest from our industry clients in the area of autonomous systems – our project portfolio is exciting and growing! As a result, we are looking to add two students to support the development activities for clients as well as in-house projects.
Role & Responsibilities
This is a part time position, aimed at graduate students. Tasks and responsibilities will vary within the area of autonomous system, including the topics listed here:
Prototyping of machine learning and AI algorithms and support implementation
Development of SLAM and other perception algorithm using various sensors, i.e cameras and vision, 3D lidars, radars, etc.
Development of multi-physical simulation models and digital twins for various systems within different domains
Control system design and development of control strategies and feedback control algorithms
Skills & Experience
The ideal candidate is currently pursuing their MSc in Engineering, Computer or Data Science, Applied Mathematics, Autonomous Systems, Robotics or a related field.
Preferably previous experience through, internships or student job.
Experience in scripting/programming languages (Python, Matlab, C/C++, etc.)
Familiarity with Machine Learning and AI concepts – experience is a plus
Self-starter and results oriented
Working at IPU
Join us on this autonomous systems journey. IPU is well established technology provider located at DTU Science Park, Kgs. Lyngby, with a history of close collaboration with DTU researchers. We are a team consisting of engineers, researcher and system architects all passionate about technology, innovation and developing creative solutions for the challenges of our industry partners.
To be considered for this position, please forward your CV and a few lines about yourself and your interest in the position by email to Kevin Rice.
Senior Engineer, Advanced Automation and Robotics M.Sc.