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Summer Engineering Internship in Tel Aviv

Summer Engineering Internship in Tel Aviv

Exciting internship opportunity in Tel Aviv, Israel for CS, EE, MAE, and ORFE majors!
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Cellepathy is pioneering the field of Context-Based Services (think Location-Based Services on steroids). We use data from the accelerometers, gyroscopes, and other sensors on smartphones and tablets to power innovative, algorithmic solutions to real-world problems. The company was founded by Dan Abramson '86 (current managing director). Sean Ir '03 is the Chief Operating Officer.
 
Cellepathy was founded three years ago and has developed a context-based mobile device management platform, filing 30 patent applications along the way (two of which are already granted). The first product powered by this platform, Verify (a revolutionary solution to Distracted Driving), is currently already in use by the first of several major multi-national enterprise customers that have requested the solution. The company is at an inflection point in its life cycle and looking for talented engineers that seek to work on socially meaningful and economically valuable applications of advanced technology. 
 
Cellepathy is looking for one or two exceptional engineering intern for the summer. The intern/s would be reporting directly to Dan Abramson and there are three possible areas in which the intern could work:
 
Opportunity 1
Mobile software development, algorithm development, proof of concepts, prototypes/Android SW Engineer: Experience in Java, C, C++, Android SDK and NDK, including knowledge of OS (android, Linux) internals. Experience with complex code including IPC, multi-threading and mobile power management a plus. 
Majors: Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Operations Research & Financial Engineering
Years: Sophomores, Juniors, Graduate Students
 
Opportunity 2
iOS SW Engineer: Experience in Objective C, C, C++, including knowledge of iOS internals and non-public APIs. Experience with complex code including IPC, multi-threading and mobile power management a plus. This position needs a real out-of-the-box thinker.
Majors: Computer Science, Electrical Engineering
Year: Sophomores, Juniors, Graduate Students
 
Opportunity 3
Sensor Algorithm Engineer: MA or PhD (but open to outstanding BSE candidates too) with background in signal processing, pattern recognition and time series analysis. Work with RF, inertial sensors, sensor fuses, location algorithms a plus. Familiarity with "R" also a plus.
Majors: Mechanical Engineering/Robotics, Electrical Engineering, Operations Research & Financial Engineering
Years: Juniors
 
Qualified candidates should send a resume and cover letter to Stephanie Landers slanders@princeton.edu as soon as possible.