Internship: Connected Vehicle Driver Assistance Systems
Mitsubishi Electric Research Laboratories
Cambridge, MA, USA
MERL is seeking a highly motivated qualified intern to collaborate with the Control for Autonomy team and the Signal Processing group in the development of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) for Connected Vehicles. The intern will collaborate in the development of methods for distributed learning and optimization of ADAS using data-sharing between connected vehicles and infrastructure. The ideal candidate has knowledge of machine learning, optimization and connected vehicles. Knowledge of one or more traffic and/or multi-vehicle simulators (SUMO, Vissim, etc.) is a plus. Good programming skills in MATLAB, Python, or C/C++ are required. Candidates in their junior or senior years of a Ph.D. program are encouraged to apply. The expected duration of the internship is 3-6 months, starting in Spring or Summer 2021, but later starting periods may also be considered. This internship is preferred to be onsite at MERL, but may be done remotely where you live if the COVID pandemic makes it necessary.
Research Areas Control, Machine Learning, Optimization
Contact Stefano Di Cairano
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