Bosch Vehicle Dynamics Algorithm Software Engineer Intern – Chassis Controls in Novi, Michigan
Vehicle Dynamics Algorithm Software Engineer Intern – Chassis Controls
28875 Cabot Dr, Novi, MI 48377, USA
Legal Entity: Robert Bosch LLC
Bosch Engineering Group (BEG) is a fast growing division within Robert Bosch LLC that focuses on engineering services in the areas of chassis controls, powertrain controls, vehicle systems, and motorsports. The chassis controls division within BEG offers products in the areas of active safety, driver assistance, electric power steering, semi-active suspension, and autonomous driving. Since we offer a wide range of engineering services, we get to work on unique and challenging projects. Some of these projects include, but are not limited to, high performance sports cars, electric vehicles, medium heavy trucks, and powersports applications. By choice, we are committed to a diverse workforce - EOE/Protected Veteran/Disabled.
Support the algorithm software development team in the key tasks and responsibiliteis below:
Design and maintain chassis control software functions for brake control systems. These include but are not limited to anti-lock brakes, traction control, stability control, and driver assistance functions.
Test software functions against customer requirements according to defined software development processes and implementation standards.
Utilize different simulation techniques including open-loop, SIL, and HIL environments in order to improve development efficiency and software quality.
Perform in-vehicle testing and analyze measurements.
Support the calibration team both remotely and on site for various test trips.
Interface with customer and resolve software related issues.
Must be currently enrolled in an accredited university pursuing a bachelor degree in Mechanical, Automotive, Mechatronics, Electrical, Computer, Mechatronics, or similar engineering field.
Minimum GPA of 3.0.
Familiarity with software programming.
Must be a team player with good problem solving and critical thinking skills.
Strong physics background.
Working knowledge of vehicles.
Intermediate to advance skills in C programming or similar language.
Familiarity with graphical programming, i.e. Simulink, ASCET.
Familiarity with simulation tools i.e. CarSim, CarMaker, MATLAB, Simulink, SIL, HIL, or Labcar.
Above average driving skills with a willingness to learn to drive at a vehicles limits.
Indefinite U.S. work authorized individuals only. Future sponsorship for work authorization unavailable.
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