TITANS: Autonomy New Mexico

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TITANS AutonomyNM gives students the opportunity to innovate and implement autonomous vehicle technologies for our national security mission. AutonomyNM recruits and trains the best and brightest interns from world-class institutions to be the next generation of engineers and scientists. They assist our staff to develop new capabilities and demonstrate cutting-edge research in the lab and beyond. AutonomyNM also provides opportunities to develop the leadership, technical, and professional skills necessary to positively impact the nation through autonomy R&D.

Interns are part of a Sandia program, Technical Internships to Advance National Security (TITANS), which offers students valuable cross-exposure to projects in other TITANS tracks. AutonomyNM is part of the A4H program, which collaborates with Sandia Academic Alliance partners.

What You Gain

AutonomyNM interns will gain skills in one or more of the following areas:

  • Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning
  • Sensors for navigation
  • Automated target recognition
  • Image and digital signal processing
  • Navigation and guidance
  • Advanced control
  • Modeling and simulation of dynamic systems
  • Algorithm development
  • Embedded systems
  • Systems engineering and integration

Students will have the opportunity to work with a research mentor and/or team in one or more of these areas in support of innovative technology development for the national interest.

Program Details

LocationNew Mexico
When OfferedYear Round
LevelUndergrad (Rising sophomore & higher)
Desired disciplines, skills, and experienceComputer Science
Computer Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Aerospace Engineering
Data Science
Optical Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Materials Engineering
or graduate-level engineering/science major specializing in one or more desired skills above

Application procedure

  1. Use Sandia’s Careers tool to create a username and password.
  2. Enter “TITANS Autonomy” into the Keywords text field, and click Search.
  3. Browse the list of TITANS AutonomyNM intern openings.
  4. Complete an online application for a specific intern opening

Students who have not yet entered a graduate program by end of the Spring 2021 semester should apply for the for undergraduate intern posting.

Detailed instructions for using Sandia’s Career tool to apply for a position are also available.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, or veteran status and any other protected class under state or federal law.

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