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UWAFT Recruiting

Want hands-on experience working on a real car? UWAFT is recruiting!

UWAFT is part of the Department of Energy's EcoCAR competition and we converted a 2016 Camaro into a smart, electric hybrid sports car.

The team is looking for two dedicated graduating students from computer science that will join us to help develop the next generation of smart, hybrid electric vehicles. In particular, the team is looking for students to develop advanced driver assistance system (ADAS). This will include developing algorithms, neural nets, working with ROS, and LiDARs among other things. 

There will team support to get you up to speed with the team and software we use, as well as training provided by industry professionals. 

If this is interesting to you, then go ahead and forward your resume and transcript to: derrick.tan@edu.uwaterloo.ca

Preference will be placed on applicants with relevant background experience but a willingness to learn and a good attitude will go a long way! 

Must be able to travel to the USA multiple times a year for training and competition.

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