Firmware Engineering Intern

internship - full time, unpaid

Leica Biosystems
Sunnyvale, CA
Closed
Posted 39 Days ago
Leica Biosystems
Sunnyvale, CA
internship - full time, unpaid
Posted 39 Days ago
Closed

Description

# Firmware Engineering Intern During this internship, you will have an opportunity to be part of a small team of Engineers and Scientists who are developing Cepheids next generation of molecular diagnostics devices. You will be closely working with them in a laboratory environment, often helping them to test or develop test fixtures for the new devices. You will be exposed to embedded system development and digital electronic design in a programmable system on chip environments.Minimum Requirements: * Currently pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree in Electrical Engineering or Computer Science * Proficiency in programming and/or scripting languages, preferably proficient in C or C++ * Exposure to real time or embedded systems preferred **Primary Location: **North America-North America-United States-CA-Sunnyvale **Work Locations: ** **Job: **Intern **Organization: **Leica Biosystems **Schedule: **Full-time

Skills

programming, embedded systems, computer science, embedded c, firmware, electrical engineering, scripting, python, algorithm development, opengl, device drivers, debugging, embedded software, android development, objective-c

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