Computational Physics Intern

internship - full time, unpaid

Passivelogic
Closed
Posted 57 Days ago
Passivelogic
internship - full time, unpaid
Posted 57 Days ago
Closed

Description

Posted on Computational Physics Intern PassiveLogic in Salt Lake, UT, USA Employment Type Other We are a pioneering autonomous building systems startup company. We are developing a groundbreaking autonomous control platform for the future of smart cities and high-performance buildings. We have a position for a Computer Science or Engineering intern that offers the opportunity to be a meaningful part of a team, develop real technology, prototype product, and solve real-world engineering problems. This is an internship or entry-level position, with the potential of a full-time position for the right candidate. Opportunity for involvement is limited by only your enthusiasm (i.e. you do real work, not toy intern problems). What you will be doing: Developing finite-element building and systems modeling software. Helping to Implement physical model based digital twins of real-world analogs, interfacing with the object model, ORM and developing interfaces for electro-mechanical control systems. You must have: * Interest in autonomous systems, machine learning, energy systems, or mechanical-electrical control. * Strong programming skills (e.g. C++, Python, Swift, etc). * Strong math, numerical methods, and analysis skills. * Experience with software design, design patterns, and software architecture. * Must be diligent and get work done, but we do respect powder days. You should have: * Experience with systems modeling, and algorithm development. * Experience with concurrency, threads, processes, Libdispatch/GCD, or OpenCL. Its helpful to have: * Fundamentals of building energy and/or electro-mechanical systems. * Experience with Swift programming language. * Experience with autonomous systems. Compensation: * Hourly Wage. * We can support academic credits for students. To apply for this position: With your introduction and resume, include a description of a project (of any type) you personally created, devised, built, managed, organized, or designed that was of your own self-initiative. Also include any portfolio work, links to your code repo, personal website, etc. You should be interested in a startup position, not a corporate cog position. You should be located in Utah, or independently planning on moving the area. About PassiveLogic PassiveLogic is the world's first autonomous building automation system. Just scan the building with a tablet, and we create the building's digital twin, from which our physics engine autonomously controls your building in real time. We turn complex building automation into a simple plug-and-play experience, improving the profitability of automation installers by 2X, and allowing them to execute at scale. PassiveLogic's disruptive control technology is like an engineer-in-a-box that provides real-time autopilot for buildings. We reinvent the fundamental principals of automation using physics and artificial intelligence to replace todays antiquated systems. Posted date: 7 hours ago

Skills

python, programming, algorithm development, machine learning, finite element analysis, artificial intelligence, artificial neural networks, opencl, engineering, microsoft word, energy management, computer science, math, software design, prototyping

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