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• Maintain and operate the perception and control software for a self driving vehicle platform
• Support students and research staff during their development and testing of sensing and control algorithms in simulation and on the vehicle platforms
• Develop scripting for test automation and post-processing of results
• Lead the development of a simulation environment to enable the simulation of autonomy features
• Master's degree in Electrical, Mechanical or Computer Engineering.
• Experience with vehicle modeling using tools such as CarSim, CarMaker, or GTsuite
• Experience using MathWorks Simulink frameworks
• Experience in Vehicle CAN network (CANayzer/CANape)
• Experience with interprocess communication methods (such as ROS, LCM, ZeroMQ, etc.)
• Proficiency in multiple operating systems such as Windows, UNIX, Linux, etc.
• Proficiency in C++ and Python
• Experience with Linux development operations using tools such as: gcc, ld, ar, make, bash, gdb, and valgrind
• Experience developing custom software within a large codebase, including proficiency with software version control systems (e.g., git or svn), code reviews, and style guidelines
• Experience with system requirements, test driven development, software validation, and Agile software development practices
• Demonstrated ability to generate scientific reports and presentations
• Experience with remote sensing systems such as radar, camera, LIDAR or ultrasonic.
• Experience with vehicle simulation software such as ANSYS
• Experience with industry standard test cell software (e.g., AVL Puma, Horiba Stars)
• Hands-on experience developing vehicle or system level HIL environment.
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