UNEXMIN Georobotics Ltd.

UNEXMIN Georobotics Ltd.

Budapest, Ráday street 5. 2/3., Hungary

unexmin-georobotics.com

The UNEXMIN GeoRobotics is a private spin-off company arising from the UNEXMIN project and that has the IP of the robotic platform there produced.
We provide professional, multidisciplinary services to support all aspects of exploration and feasibility through to design, construction supervision, management, operational assistance and training.
Our main service is a non-contact method for a high-resolution 3D mapping in a flooded mine environment We are gathering valuable geological, mineralogical and spatial information from underground flooded environments.
It is our goal to share our unique skills with the industry to solve the complex problems that otherwise go unanswered.

Internship possibilities

Current number of active applications
1
Months
  • September 2022
  • October 2022
  • November 2022
  • December 2022
Duration
  • 3 months
Internship location
Budapest
Hungary
Field work
Yes
Laboratory work
No
Required equipment
The Intern should have a laptop.
Required education
  • geology
  • mechanical engineering
  • economy / management
Required skills and competences
Good communication skills. Experience in making 3D models, geological, mechanical engineering or electrical engineering background. and/or Goor communication skills. Background in economic or marketing studies.
Assignments/tasks
Evaluation of data collected by the UX-series underwater explorers in flooded environments. Usual maintenance task in the robots. or Business development and marketing communication of the company.
Supervisors
Zorana Milosevic, PhD Richard Z. Papp, MSc
About supervisors
Zorana Milosevic received her PhD in Automation and Robotics. Her current research interests focus on autonomous navigation, path planning, computer vision, and machine learning in general. Richard Z. Papp is the managing director of the UNEXMIN Georobotics Ltd. Richard is an Engineering Geologist and he is a professional in electron microscopy and electron microprobe analysis. His research interest focuses on the mineralogy specifically on the antimony sulphosalts in Hungary.

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