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GE Aerospace Research - Control Systems Fellow Internship

As a Fellow Intern on the Control Systems Engineering Team, you will work independently as well as in a team during a 12-14 week internship at our Niskayuna, NY campus to develop advanced modeling, controls, optimization, estimation, and detection technologies. Your contributions will be targeted at the design, testing, or operation of advanced prototypes and products and will involve contributing to one or more projects across GE Aerospace.

Your work will involve collaborating with fellow researchers from a range of technology disciplines, contributing to projects across the breadth of GE Aerospace programs.

Essential Responsibilities:

Develop and apply advanced technology solutions to GE Aerospace products and services using advanced modeling, controls, optimization, estimation, and detection technologies

Validate performance of developed solutions through simulations and application on target systems

Document technology and results through patent applications, technical reports, and publications


Required Qualifications

Current enrollment in a full-time PhD program seeking a degree in Engineering field with experience in design of advanced modeling, controls, optimization, estimation, and detection technologies

Permanent legal authorization to work in the US is required. 

Minimum GPA 3.0 / 4.0 scale.

Desired Characteristics

Demonstrated experience in developing systems solutions (algorithm development and software implementation) for complex physical systems (e.g., mechanical systems, power systems, transportation, aviation systems).

Proficiency in MATLAB/Simulink and C, C++, or Python

Experience developing advanced controls solutions for industrial applications

Experience with real-time implementation of system solutions in a variety of hardware platforms

Key Benefits

GE provides travel reimbursement and housing stipend for qualified interns.