We are looking for two research engineers for the Smart Mobility Lab that will work on both the development of research platforms and on active research projects. The chosen candidates will primarily work on developing and supporting research with the Small-Vehicles-for-Autonomy (SVEA) research platform (svea.eecs.kth.se) at the Smart Mobility Lab.
You will be involved with the exploration and integration of cutting-edge technologies for connected and automated vehicles. More specifically the job includes:
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