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🚀 Internship

Robotics and Controls Intern - Santa CLara

🚀 Summer Internship

Santa Clara

AI generated summary

  • The ideal candidate for the Robotics and Controls Intern position at Johnson & Johnson must be an undergraduate, Master's, or PhD student in Robotics, Mechatronics, Controls, or equivalent. They should have hands-on experience with robotic hardware and be proficient in C++ and/or Python programming. Strong communication skills, self-motivation, and collaborative ability are essential. Additionally, in-depth knowledge in areas such as serial manipulator kinematics, robot calibration, motor control, motion planning, and robot dynamics is required.
  • The Robotics and Controls Intern at Johnson & Johnson will work closely with engineers to develop and characterize robotics and control functions. They will participate in design discussions, develop robotic software, and analyze data to ensure optimal function performance.

Summer Internship

Science, EngineeringSanta Clara

Description

  • The Surgical Robotics & Controls Intern will help in the development of a sophisticated robotic surgical system. They will be mentored and work closely with other cross-functional engineers to characterize, test, and develop various robotics & control functions, including but not limited to robotic software, for required functionalities, performance, and safety. We are looking for a candidate who is flexible, self-motivated, curious and passionate about revolutionizing the world of medical robotics.

Requirements

  • Undergraduate, Master's or PhD student in Robotics, Mechatronics, Controls, or equivalent is required
  • Hands-on experience with robotic hardware is required
  • Experience in C++ and/or Python programming is required
  • Collaborative and self-motivated teammate with excellent written and in-person communication skills is required
  • In-depth knowledge in one or more of these areas: serial manipulator kinematics, robot calibration, motor control, motion planning, and/or robot dynamics

Education requirements

Currently Studying
Undergraduate
Masters
PhD

Area of Responsibilities

Science
Engineering

Responsibilities

  • Work under mentorship with cross-functional engineers to characterize and develop robotics & control functions
  • Participate in design discussions and reviews
  • Develop robotic software to implement required functionalities, safety measures, and modeling or analysis needs
  • Characterize function performances with test setup, data collection, and analysis

Details

Work type

Full time

Work mode

office

Location

Santa Clara