Careers & Internships



Dorabot [ ] is a local robotics company actively seeking interns for a program that involves students in a full industry production cycle, with industry grade robotic applications, and hands on engagement in their lab. Interns should submit their applications directly to Ms. Sarah Nabi [ ]. 

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Dorabot [ ] is a local robotics company hiring for multiple roles ranging from Systems Support Engineer, Project Engineer & Robotic Software engineers. They are looking for students who are finishing undergraduate, or are in their graduate programs, in Computer Science, Electrical OR Mechanical Engineering focusing on Robotics. PHD candidates are also encouraged to apply for Researcher Scientist roles also available. Applicants may review the job description by logging on the Careerbuzz portal and searching Dorabot. The posting may also be found on their website's career page at:

Honda Research Institute USA

List of Jobs: Follow this link for detailed job description

Computer Vision Scientist: Language and Vision (Job Number: P19F04)
Computer Vision Scientist: Visual Scene Understanding (Job Number: P19F05)
Scientist: Intention Estimation for Teleoperation (Job Number: P19T04)
Scientist: Interaction Modeling for Robotic Manipulation (Job Number: P20T01)
Scientist: Visuo-Tactile Perception for In-Hand Object Manipulation (Job Number: P20T02)
Scientist: Perception of Articulated Object Properties for Manipulation (Job Number: P20T03)
Scientist: Deep Reinforcement Learning for Dexterous Object Manipulation (Job Number: P20T04)

How to Apply
Please send an e-mail to with the following:

  • Subject line including the job number(s) you are applying for
  • A cover letter explaining how your background matches the qualifications
  • Recent CV
  • Topics you are interested in (optional)
  • Candidates must have the legal right to work in the U.S.A

Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) Seeking Post-Docs

The US Air Force Research Lab Munitions Directorate, RW/Advanced Guidance is looking for talented post-doctoral scholars to work on a variety of problems related to robust guidance, navigation, and control (GNC), and sensor optimization.  Positions are open to US Citizens only.