The Robotics Institute Summer Scholars (RISS) Program is an intensive summer research program for talented undergraduate students. Summer Scholars have the opportunity to participate in state-of-the-art research projects, interact with a diverse research team, and to be mentored by leading faculty and technical staff.
Carnegie Mellon University is a private research university in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Founded in 1900 by Andrew Carnegie as the Carnegie Technical Schools, the university became the Carnegie Institute .
About the Internship:
The selected intern(s) will work on following during the internship:
- The Robotics Institute Summer Scholars program at Carnegie Mellon University provides funded, high-quality robotics summer undergraduate research experiences, offers robust student-development programming, and provides gateways to graduate school and career opportunities in robotics.
- Experience hands-on robotics research with cutting edge technologies and innovative projects this summer
- The faculty and staff members at the Robotics Institute working will guide you through the research process.
- The Program equips you with essential skills and knowledge so you are better prepared to seize industry and graduate school opportunities.
- Work on projects with real impact in critical societal challenges such as quality of life technologies, agriculture, mining, manufacturing, climate science, etc.
- Share your research results via poster sessions, public presentations, and the Web. Learn about graduate school opportunities at the Robotics Institute.
Who can apply:
Only those candidates can apply who:
are available for full time (in-office) internship.
are available for duration of 3 months (preferred, not mandatory).
are pursuing any degree but have relevant skills and interest.
are currently in any year of study or are recent graduates.
- Skill(s) required: Robotics
- The internship duration is 11 weeks.
- The stipend is not mentioned in the form.
- The candidate has to create an account on their site to apply for this opportunity.
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