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The Brent lab is seeking two students from Computer Science, Bio-Engineering, Electrical Engineering or related fields of study to help develop supporting software and content to enable Augmented Reality guidance for lab procedures.
The interns will work with two other lab personnel, learning by doing, to build a database of laboratory objects and and an ontological structure for this database. Interns will also write software for an Augmented Reality platform that supports laboratory operations.
Help develop UI/UX and content for Augmented Reality guidance for lab procedures
Help with acquisition, annotation and curation of image and other data to be used for machine learning
Contribute to a larger project to use AR to aid biomedical research and development
Currently enrolled as undergraduate in a four-year university and be eligible for a work-study program
Literate in Linux command line
Familiar with Python language and, ideally JSON file format
Flexible and able to work independently without supervision
The ideal candidate would be pursuing a degree in Bio-Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Computer Science or related field
Ideal candidates would have extensive programming experience, as evidenced by vettable code
Ideal candidates would have experience in object oriented programming and interest in machine learning
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