We are seeking applicants for Digital Logic Design interns for the summer of 2024 to work with our teams at the National Robotics Engineering Center at Carnegie Mellon University in Lawrenceville in Pittsburgh. Successful applicants must be currently studying at the Undergraduate or Graduate level in Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, or similar related fields.
Projects you may support include industrial machine operator assist systems, agricultural productivity tools, automation, autonomy, or safety systems.
Your primary responsibilities include:
- Performing engineering design tasks and problem-solving activities related to robotic or automated system development for diverse industries and applications
- Implementing, verifying and/or testing digital logic targeted to SOC based FPGA.
- Creating documentation for FPGA based designs.
- Collaborating with other hardware and embedded software engineers.
- Communicating and collaborating with multiple teams to provide updates and provide task deliverables
- Work on substantive projects that have potential impact on program success
- Presenting project work and lessons learned to the organization
- Current enrollment in a degree-seeking program at the Bachelor’s, Master’s, or Doctorate level
- Experience working and collaborating within a team
- Familiar with basic digital logic design concepts (state machine design, pipelining, etc.)
- Experience with VHDL, system Verilog or Verilog HDLs.
- Self-motivated, curious, and failure-seeking to achieve continuous improvements
- Applies critical big picture thinking in completing tasks
- Must be highly organized with the ability to work on multiple projects/tasks simultaneously and remain agile given changing priorities
- Practices attention to detail, and respect for documentation accuracy and information sharing
Internship Work Period: Must be available to work full-time (approximately 37.5 hours per week) during a 12-14 week period starting May 2024.
Application Deadline: The application deadline for this position is January 8, 2024.
Job FunctionNon-CMU Students
Position TypeIntern (Fixed Term)
Full Time/Part timeFull time
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