[ros-users] Join Autonomous Driving team at Auro Robotics (Intern / Full time - positions open for all tech fields)
Edwards, Shaun M.
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Sun Jun 7 17:50:26 UTC 2015
Gender issues aside, I think it is perfectly OK for companies to post job opportunities on the users list. Unless, of course, someone can think of a better place to reach qualified ROS developers.
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From: ros-users [mailto:ros-users-bounces at lists.ros.org] On Behalf Of Jit Ray Chowdhury via ros-users
Sent: Saturday, June 06, 2015 8:33 PM
To: Scott C. Livingston
Cc: Srinivas Reddy Aellala; User discussions
Subject: Re: [ros-users] Join Autonomous Driving team at Auro Robotics (Intern / Full time - positions open for all tech fields)
Sorry that was unintentional. We just wanted to mean that someone comfortable with workload of startup (demo day in 2 months), or someone who gets extra motivation to work in a startup environment irrespective of gender.
Thanks for pointing it out, we would be more careful.
Jit Ray Chowdhury
Co-Founder, Director & CTO | AuRo Robotics | www.aurobots.com<http://www.aurobots.com>
+1 699 600 9559<tel:+16996009559> | www.jitrc.com<http://www.jitrc.com>
On Sat, Jun 6, 2015 at 4:29 PM, Scott C. Livingston <slivingston at cds.caltech.edu<mailto:slivingston at cds.caltech.edu>> wrote:
Job ads like the one below come through occasionally, and I want to be
sure: These are *not* appropriate for ros-users, right?
(Besides, the ad below expresses a gender requirement: "a startup guy".)
On 06/06/15 15:42, Jit Ray Chowdhury via ros-users wrote:
> Autonomous driving team at Auro Robotics <http://www.aurobots.com> is
> looking for interns / full time job aspirants for immediate joining. If you
> are looking for something having insanely awesome startup culture and have
> related robotics background, please do apply at *www.aurobots.com/jobs<http://www.aurobots.com/jobs>
> Auro is a Y Combinator <http://www.ycombinator.com> startup developing
> driverless shuttles for in-campus travel (pics and video
> <https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=869Em3ykJyc> attached). Your mission
> (should you choose to accept!) would be to develop a driverless shuttle for
> pilots in three campuses by August 2015.
> *Openings are available in following fields:*
> - Motion Planning and Vehicle controls
> - Localization and Mapping
> - Perception and Computer Vision
> - Software tools – Simulation, Visualization and dev. tools
> - Has worked on autonomous vehicle project at a university or company
> - Fluency in C/C++ and ROS (Robot Operating System)
> - Strong grip on algorithm design and robotics related concepts
> - Hands on experience with sensors such as Lidars, radars,
> stereo-camera, GPS / IMU etc.
> - A startup guy :)
> *About Us:*
> We make autonomous shuttles for in-campus travel (pics and video attached)
> for use at places such as university campuses, large industrial sites,
> Disneyland, resorts and airports.
> Auro is a Y Combinator S15 batch company, and were recently selected
> amongst 50 top innovations in a program organised by Stanford Business
> School and Lockheed Martin.
> We focus on developing the autonomous driving software, while partner with
> vehicle manufacturers and use off-the-shelf sensors for the rest. We,
> though, sell the complete autonomous shuttle, as a single integrated
> We are located in *Mountain View, California*. Accommodation and other
> amenities can be arranged.
> Website URL: www.aurobots.com<http://www.aurobots.com>
> Direct contact: Nalin Gupta (Co-founder & CEO) | Ph: +1-302-753-4231<tel:%2B1-302-753-4231> | E:
> nalin at aurobots.com<mailto:nalin at aurobots.com>
> Jit Ray Chowdhury
> Co-Founder, Director & CTO | AuRo Robotics | www.aurobots.com<http://www.aurobots.com>
> +1 699 600 9559 <+16996009559> | www.jitrc.com<http://www.jitrc.com>
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