Want to be a Student Worker in Innovation Lab at Universal Robots, R&D?
Do you want to kick off your career at the world market leader in collaborative robots and work among the best robot engineers in the world?
We are looking for a talented student worker (starting Jan 2020) within the field of Artificial Intelligence So, if you have the relevant capabilities and interests, we would like to get in touch with you. You’re likely to gain a learning experience for life!
About the position:
Your will be investigating how the tools of AI can be applied into the context of collaborative robots. How AI can be applied to bring insight to how a robot operates, how the robot is programmed and what data it generates. You will be investigating state-of-the-art algorithms and testing them on our robots.
In Odense, Denmark, you will join our R&D Department, a diverse group of 160 smart, creative people working at the forefront of collaborative robotics in an international working environment. Together, we are finding innovative solutions to some of the most important manufacturing issues facing businesses today. Universal Robots was a forerunner in creating the industry and has dominated it ever since, so you will get acquainted to some of the most skillful and experienced people in the field. You will also gain hands on experience, working with our robots.
Do you want to team up with Universal Robots?
Send your application now, by submitting your individual motivation accompanied by your CV, transcript of grades and other relevant attachments.
If you have any questions regarding the position or the process of applying, please contact Head of Innovation, Anders Billesø Beck, +45 2611 3997, email@example.com
Universal Robots is the World Market Leader in collaborative robots and our mission is to empower people. Through our pioneering work in collaborative robots, we have helped many businesses innovate and grow, providing them with the tools they need to transform their ideas into reality. We have helped raise the bar for productivity while freeing up operators from repetitive manual work.
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