Student Jobs

We occasionally have HiWi positions for students of the TU Darmstadt. If you are interested in one of the opportunities, please contact only the person indicated in the job description.


HiWi position: Robotics Software Engineer for the Tiago dual-armed mobile manipulator robot

We are looking for a robotics software engineer to join our team in the development of a full-body motion generation software stack for our dual-armed mobile manipulator robot: the Tiago++.

You will be part of a team working on:

  1. Developing software in C++ for full-body robot motion generation using optimization techniques,
  2. Creating python and ROS interfaces to the full-body motion generator,
  3. Running tests on the real robot in the lab,
  4. Helping in the integration of the software stack into a Reinforcement Learning pipeline to perform challenging full-body manipulation tasks.

Requirements:

  1. Knowledge of robotics and control,
  2. Good knowledge of C++ and Python,
  3. Good knowledge of ROS.

Master students in Computer Science, Autonomous Systems, Control and Mechanical Engineering, or related disciplines are especially encouraged to apply.

Application:
Please send an email with your CV to georgia@robot-learning.de or snehal@robot-learning.de (https://irosalab.com/people/).

Organization:

  • Start: ASAP (Posted on June 24th, 2022)
  • Duration: Atleast 6 months
  • Minimum contract: 32 h/month

HiWi position: Interfacing robotic arm for use on mobile platform / SPOT.

We are currently looking for a robotic software engineer that can support us in creating an interface to a low-cost and lightweight robotic arm that is intended for usage on a mobile platform and later even on a Boston dynamics SPOT.

Scheduled tasks

  1. Help in creating the interface in Python or C++ for the robotic arm
  2. Evaluating the tracking performance of the arm
  3. Transfer the arm onto a mobile platform / SPOT

Requirements

  1. Knowledge and prior experience with Python (and/or) C++ (ideally ROS)
  2. Basic knowledge in robot control, i.e., forward/inverse kinematics, etc.
  3. Background in 3D printing / mechanical design is a plus

Application
If you are interested, please send a short letter of motivation and your CV to mailto:niklas.funk@tu-darmstadt.de

Organisation

  • Start: Latest within the next 1-2 months
  • Duration: at least 3 months

HiWi position: Robotics Software Engineer for the Franka Emika Panda (simulator and real robot)

We are looking for a robotics software engineer to help us develop the simulator and controllers for the Franka Emika Panda.

Scheduled tasks

  • Develop low-level software for the Panda controllers (position, velocity, torque).
  • Integrate MoveIt as a motion planner in our system.
  • Create a simulation environment in Pybullet and/or IsaacGym.
  • Test the controllers in the real robot.

Requirements

  • Knowledge in robotics and control
  • Good knowledge of C++ and Python
  • Good knowledge of ROS
  • Experience with simulators (e.g., V-Rep/CoppeliaSim, Pybullet, ...)
  • Master students in Computer Science, Autonomous Systems, Control and Mechanical Engineering, or a closely related topic are preferred

Application
If you are interested, please send an email with your CV to mailto:joao@robot-learning.de (https://www.ias.informatik.tu-darmstadt.de/Team/JoaoCarvalho).

Organization

  • Start: ASAP
  • Duration: At least 6 months
  • Minimum contract: 32 h/month

HiWi positions: Tutors for Robot Learning Fall 2021.

We are currently looking for Tutors for the next Robot Learning lecture, happening in Autumn 2021.

Scheduled tasks

  1. Help in the preparation of theoretical and programming exercises
  2. Grading of exercises
  3. Answer students' questions to exercises

Requirements

  1. Ideally have heard the Robot Learning or the Reinforcement Learning lecture OR the Machine Learning and Robotics lectures
  2. Programming (python) knowledge

Application
If you are interested, please send a short letter of motivation and your CV to mailto:julen@robot-learning.de, mailto:joe@robot-learning.de

Organisation

  • Start: November
  • Duration: at least 3 months

HiWi position: Website and documentation for the MushroomRL library

The MushroomRL library is a Python library for implementing and running RL experiments. The user base of MushroomRL is constantly growing, as more and more functionalities are added to the library. The recent publication of a JMLR article about MushroomRL is giving high visibility to the library, and motivates its developers Carlo D'Eramo and Davide Tateo to keep improving it. For this HiWi position, we are looking for highly-skilled programmers to create a website dedicated to description and documentation. The website should provide an extensive description of the library, with use cases, examples, and videos. The documentation should be complete and easy to read. Moreover, the graphics of the website has to be modern and captivating. The HiWi student will also have the opportunity to work on the benchmarking of Reinforcement Learning algorithms, if desired.

Scheduled tasks

  • Create a website for MushroomRL;
  • Improve the technical documentation of MushroomRL;
  • Optional: run benchmarking of Reinforcement Algorithms with MushroomRL.

Requirements

  • Basic knowledge of Reinforcement Learning;
  • Experience with tools for automatically building documentation, e.g., Read the Docs;
  • Excellent knowledge of web programming languages, e.g. HTML , CSS.

Application
If you are interested, please send an email with your CV to mailto:carlo@robot-learning.de and mailto:davide@robot-learning.de.

Organisation

  • Start: ASAP.
  • Duration: At least 6 months.

HiWi position: Tutor*in zur Untersützung der CER Veranstaltung

Wir suchen Tutor*innen für die Veranstaltung Computational Engineering und Robotik.

Geplante Aufgaben

  1. Übungskorrektur
  2. Beantwortung von Fragen im Moodle

Voraussetzungen

  1. Bestehen der Computational Engineering und Robotik Veranstaltung (oder ähnlich)

Bewerbung
Bei Interesse, wendet euch bitte per Mail an: pascal.klink@tu-darmstadt.de.

Organisation

  1. Beginn: 01.04.2020 (oder nach Absprache)
  2. Dauer: mind. 3 Monate

  

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