Laboratory for Autonomy-Brain Exchange – Multiple Positions - Industrial Engineering and Management Systems

LabX is an applied neuroscience lab. We use machine learning, brainwaves, eye movements, and mathematical theory to build better machine partners for humans.

We are an interdisciplinary lab. We welcome students from Engineering, Psychology, Design, Computer Science, Mathematics, Digital Media, Emerging Media, Biomedical Science, Biology and beyond. Our lab uses cutting-edge equipment, including VR, AR, driving simulation, and robotics. We work with the DOD, Industry, and Government. Join our team.

Come join LabX for a minimum of 8 hours in-lab a week:

– Experience working in an interdisciplinary team of scientists and engineers

-Rapidly grow your CV, Resume, or Portfolio

-Opportunities for directed research, publication, and interaction with our industry partners

While we take applications from all talented, driven individuals. We have specific roles for volunteers or work-study in the following areas:

> Video Technician: Filming and Editing in Reality and Mixed Reality (VR)
> Machine Learning: Computer Vision or NLP
> Python Programmer (Ideally with some Matlab experience)
>VR/AR Environment and Interaction Design (Unity)
> Website design & programming (wordpress, electronjs, etc)
> EEG Technician (data collection, post-processing with EEGLAB, signal processing)


a) Create a CV/Resume in .pdf format. It must include contact info. Email your CV/resume to with the subject title: LabX Undergraduate Research Application – First and Last Name. If you have a portfolio, put a link into the document or in the email. Make sure your surname is in the filename. (ex. sawyer_cv_3-2019.pdf).

b) In the body of the email, write one paragraph about why we should add you to our team. If you have a research award or a work study, be sure to include that information along with an attachment .PDF of the award. We receive many applications, make yours stand out!

Project Dates

Start Date: 1/6/2020 - End Date: 4/20/2020

Students Needed

Type of Project

Individual or team

Student Responsibilities

-Attend lab meetings -Develop and learn new equipment -Help design and conduct studies -Maintain and grow lab facilities

Time Commitment

8 hours week hour(s)

Student Requirements

Passion for technology and humans. 3.5 GPA or better.

Interested in Working With the Following Programs

Additional Notes

We accept work-study students, volunteers, and occasionally have paid positions which we generally hire from within.

Position Overview

  • Date Posted: 12-11-2019
  • Research Categories:
    • Computer Science
    • Engineering
    • Health Sciences
    • Life Sciences
    • Social Sciences
  • Location:
    • Orlando (Main Campus)
  • Paid: Maybe