Added on 14 February, 2020
We develop comms products used by thousands of developers around the world and we are hiring experienced C++ engineers to be part of the core team for our main product: Fast RTPS.
Fast RTPS is a high-performance middleware designed for critical and real-time systems and widely used in robotics, targeting cool applications such as Autonomous Cars, Drones, Hospital Robots, smart manufacturing, automated logistics, and it is the middleware powering ROS, the Robot Operating System.
Fast RTPS is an Open Source project. We get fundings and contributions from very important companies such as Amazon, ARM, APEX.AI, Bosch, Clearpath, OSRF, INDRA, Thales..., and also government agencies such as the European Commission and Spanish Ministry of Industry.
If interested, please send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org
We are constantly hiring!
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Added on 2 March, 2020
About the Robotics Research Center at the U.S. Military Academy:
The U.S. Military Academy at West Point's mission is "to educate, train, and inspire the Corps of Cadets so that each graduate is a commissioned leader of character committed to the values of Duty, Honor, Country and prepared for a career of professional excellence and service to the Nation as an officer in the United States Army." Cadets learn to live honorably, lead honorably, and demonstrate excellence by following through the Character, Academic, Physical, and Military programs.
The Robotics Research Center (RRC) at the United States Military Academy (USMA) located at West Point, NY is looking for an enthusiastic software programmer familiar with the Robot Operating System (ROS). The RRC is engaged in a diverse set of robotics projects to include ground and aerial robots for tasks such as data collection, autonomous navigation, human-robot interaction, and swarming behaviors. We are looking for a software programmer/engineer that can make an immediate impact. The position is starting the Fall of 2020 (earlier is possible).
Ideal candidates are hands-on, technical, and passionate about robotics, especially at an undergraduate teaching institution. We are looking for a candidate with an MS or BS Degree in CS/EE/ME or related field with a focus in Robotics Engineering. This position is an applied robotics programmer, where one needs good working knowledge and experience with robot programming. ROS is heavily used and hence you must be proficient in C++ or python while also understanding hardware interactions. A plus is if you have experience with solving complex robotics problems, have generated software architecture, designed and built full-stack software, and managed software build & releases.
You will be responsible for:
You will be working alongside researchers, engineers, and students to design and build first-generation robotic solutions for education and research programs. You will be measured in ability to effectively communicate with SW resources and implement new functionalities on the robot.
Send an e-mail to michael.novitzky at westpoint.edu with the following:
Michael "Misha" Novitzky, Ph.D.
Robotics Research Center
Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Thayer Hall, Room 1137
United States Military Academy
West Point, New York 10996
Mobile: (845) 320-6464
Office: (845) 938-6193
Added on 9 March, 2020
Ingeniarius is a Portuguese SME that aims for research and technological development in the many fields of engineering, with particular emphasis in robotics and intelligent systems. Among the several R&D Projects coordinated by Ingeniarius, SAFEFOREST propose the development of robotic systems to reduce fuel accumulation (e.g., forest debris), thus assisting in landscaping maintenance. The team, comprising experts from Ingeniarius, the Institute of Systems and Robotics from University of Coimbra, the Association for the Development of Industrial Aerodynamic, Silvapor and Carnegie Mellon University, addresses several disciplines to succeed in fire prevention, focusing in the development of a multi-robot system, combined with pervasive local positioning, multi-robot navigation and coordination in forests, and an innovative artificial perception architecture.
Ingeniarius has an open permanent position for one robotics engineer to integrate within the SAFEFOREST consortium. The candidate will work with a small team of experienced researchers and engineers with the intent to develop a multi-robot system dealing with:
Moreover, the transfer of research results to new industrially applicable solutions, the cooperation in other industrial and international R&D projects, and the publication of results at scientific conferences and relevant journals, are some of the subsidiary tasks expected to be fulfilled.
Hold a Master Degree in Computer Science or the equivalent
For more information, click here.
Send an e-mail to welcome at ingeniarius.pt
Deadline for applications: 30 April 2020
Rua Coronel Veiga Simão
Edifício B CTCV
3025-307, Coimbra, Portugal
Tel : + 351 96 117 14 09