Boeing Student Research Fellowship Autonomous Flight Location United States Washington Tukwila Jobs Vacancy in Boeing Tukwila
- Boeing Student Research Fellowship Autonomous Flight Location United States Washington Tukwila
- Tukwila WA
- 26 Sep, 2018 30+ days ago
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Boeing Student Research Fellowship Autonomous Flight Location United States Washington Tukwila Jobs Vacancy in Boeing Tukwila Jobs Details:
- Working with other Boeing engineers in a mentoring and collaborative mode in order to address challenges in the area of autonomy, especially as related to autonomous air vehicles. Autonomy is a far ranging discipline and the particular area of work will depend on the strengths and interests of the candidate as well as on programmatic needs.
- Working on development and implementation of capabilities and technologies needed for autonomous operations under the guidance from senior engineers.
- Because much autonomy work requires innovation or novel application of standard techniques, you will be analyzing problems and coming up with potential approaches under guidance from senior engineers.
- Problem solving, coding/implementation, and testing/analysis.
- Carrying out experiment design, testing, and results analysis as well as preparing reports and giving presentations.
- Coding typically involves C++ but may also encompass other programming or scripting languages.
- Experience in any of the following: classical control theory, modern control theory, modeling & simulation, guidance controls, inertial sensors, sensing/detecting/avoiding, and control actuators.
- Experience in programming and/or scripting languages such as C, C++, FORTRAN, MATLAB/Simulink, or Python.
- This position requires the ability to obtain a US Security Clearance for which the US Government requires US Citizenship.
- The ability to work a minimum of 10 weeks (12 weeks preferred) in Summer 2019 in Tukwila, Washington.
- Must have a bachelor’s degree and master’s degree in Aerospace Engineering and be enrolled in a PhD program.
A bachelor’s degree and master’s degree in Aerospace Engineering and enrolled in a PhD program.