This internship initiative is thoughtfully curated to empower young female undergraduate students from underrepresented backgrounds. It is an invitation to delve into the fascinating realm of soft material robotics. The primary objective is to provide hands-on experience, enabling participants to work within a scientific environment that nurtures growth and expertise.
The SPP 2100 priority program, through its coordination fund, demonstrates its commitment by covering the financial aspects of a full-time internship, lasting between 6 to 9 months. This substantial support is a testament to the program's dedication to promoting gender inclusivity and equal opportunities.
There are five enriching internship opportunities offered by various projects under SPP 2100. Each internship promises a unique and valuable learning experience. The focus areas include Mechatronic systems, Signal and image processing, and Manufacturing of soft pneumatic actuators. These domains are chosen to provide an encompassing experience and a platform for skill development.
Now is the time to seize this opportunity and become a part of this enriching experience. Applications are still open, offering a chance to contribute to groundbreaking research while actively advancing gender equality within the SPP 2100 community.
Apply now and be a catalyst for positive change.