• 2020 Summer Internship - Computer Vision Engineer

    Location US-NY-Holtsville
    Job ID
    88307
    Function
    Engineering
  • Overview

    The purpose of this internship is to prepare college juniors and seniors for entry into the business world by providing a thorough understanding of the various functions of the Zebra Technologies organization to include theory and practical application of attained knowledge. Project work will differ in each area depending on business needs, and all interns will participate in the US Zebra Internship Program. The program is designed to provide you with a full experience so that you can fully envision a career with Zebra. You be positioned for success with training, exposure to all parts of the business, social activities, a professional mentor relationship and development sessions to help you discover your own performance edge!

    Responsibilities

    • Working directly with our team, you will development computer vision algorithms for 2D and 3D cameras that will be used in fielded products to help improve the productivity of our customers.   You will gain exposure to both classic and neural network-based computer vision techniques utilizing the latest in frameworks and compute resources.  
    • Develop planning, organizational and time management skills
    • Increase technology knowledge and skills
    • Develop team-based work competencies
    • Develop interpersonal skills to communicate with employees
    • Develop interpersonal skills to communicate with day-to-day business contacts through follow up activities
    • Develop interpersonal skills to communicate with external and external customers

    Qualifications

    • Current enrollment in an Computer Science, Computer Engineering,or Electrical Engineering
    • undergraduate/graduate degree program in a discipline related to the project specifics. If an undergraduate, must be at the rising senior level. If a graduate, must be at the PHD level. 
    • Programming Skills (C/C++/Python/Java)
    • Exposure to CNNs and classic imaging processing.
    • Intellectual curiosity with a strong desire to learn and grow
    • Proven leadership and excellence in professional, academic and/or extracurricular experiences
    • Strong problem-solving abilities
    • Effective verbal and written communication skills
    • Strong interpersonal skills
    • Ability to collaborate as part of a team
    • Proficient in Microsoft Office (including Excel, Word, & PowerPoint)
    • Must reside within 50 miles of the primary work location
    • Must be authorized to work in the U.S. on a permanent basis without requiring sponsorship

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