Robotics Engineer Intern
Internships not open at the moment.
We will review applications on file if an opportunity becomes available.
Our goal is is to ensure interns gain experience that will help set them on the path to a career in robotics or related field, whilst we receive a boost from the help we get. We are a small team with ambitious goals – everything you do will be useful in helping our progress.
The programme is open to undergraduates or post-graduates, focused on hardware or software development, for between 3 to 6 months.
Suitable for mechanical, electrical or software engineering students. At the start of the internship we setup one project emphasising your technical background, but you can expect to be exposed to a range of problems (within the project and otherwise) from mechanical design using CAD to real-time linux.
Typical Day to Day
ZOA Robotics Ltd
London, E9 5LN
England & Wales
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