Continental - Hello Algorithms! (Science Students) - ADAS (Sibiu)
Hello Algorithms! (Science Students) - ADAS (Sibiu)Are you a student at Science Faculty, info or mate-info profiles? Are you passionate about mathematics, physics, statistics and programming and curious to know more about Algorithm Development?
Now you have the perfect chance to do so!
Our Algo Team within Advanced Driver Assistance Systems R&D Department is willing to help students develop a career in this interesting and futuristic domain.
The team develops Advanced Driver Assistance Systems, an emerging and innovative field in the automotive business. Using video, radar and infrared sensors, our end products are “looking” around the vehicle, and take actions like making the driver aware of dangers, brake the car or even steer it out of the harm’s way. The final goal of this kind of systems is to help protect the lives of passengers and pedestrians alike
You will offer support in the development and validation of algorithms applied to radar/lidar sensors together with a team of worldwide experts in the radar/lidar field. The goal is to create algorithms that are faster, more reliable, able to run on high-end embedded systems and the best performance on the market
Daily activities include: algorithm development using Ansi C, algorithm requirement engineering, design and documentation of the concept, testing in dedicated simulation environments etc
If you want to shape the future of the automotive world, join the team!
- 2nd or 3rd year student at Info or Mate-Info
- Medium Mathematics skills
- Medium Ansi C programming
- Medium-Advanced English skills
- Willingness to learn and develop
The following are a plus:
• Python and/or Matlab knowledge
• Digital Signal Processing
- Part time working contract & special benefits package
- Restaurant Concept & Coffee Corner on Site;
- System for Rewarding Improvement Ideas;
- Flexible Working Time;
- Other benefits to enjoy after-work and community projects;
- The possibility to continue with a diploma project supported by us;