Software Engineering, Computer Science, Applied Mathematics Intern - Secure underwater communications streams for robotic subsea inspection (6 months) | Schlumberger

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Software Engineering, Computer Science, Applied Mathematics Intern - Secure underwater communications streams for robotic subsea inspection (6 months)

Clamart - France

Job title:

Software Engineering, Computer Science, Applied Mathematics Intern - Secure underwater communications streams for robotic subsea inspection (6 months)

 

Location:

Clamart, France

 

About Schlumberger:

We are Schlumberger, the leading provider of technology and services to the energy industry. Throughout much of the oil and gas lifecycle in over 120 countries; we design, develop, and deliver technology and services that transforms how work is done.

We define the boundaries of the industry by unleashing our talented people’s energy. We’re looking for innovators to join our diverse community of colleagues and develop new solutions and push the limits of what’s possible. If you share our passion for discovery and want to find out what you could really do, then here is the place to do it.

 

Job Summary:

In the context of robotic underwater inspection using AUVs (Autonomous Underwater Vehicles), we have developed a high-speed acoustic underwater communication link able to stream high value subsea measurements to the user at surface (Lidar, Sonar HD Video). To operate the equipment safely in non-cooperative environment, this internship will explore the problematic of securing the streams by integrating data-encryption and authentication between the AUV, the surface vessel and the cloud server. 

 

Essential Responsibilities and Duties:

  • Identify suitable encryption technologies and evaluate existing open-source encryption libraries. Investigate licensing options. 
  • Propose a technical solution addressing the need of securing underwater data stream 
  • Implement a proof of concept of the solution, evaluate the performances 
  • Design/Conduct experiments with simulated data or with our pool testing facility in Boston, or with a real vessel (TBD). 
  • Code tested, commented, and archived (git-Devops) 
  • Results to be presented to stakeholders and relevant internal technical communities 
  • Design report in English 
  • Exposition to the field of underwater robotics and related problematics 
  • Interact with research scientists from our research center in Boston 
  • Develop technical understanding and get ownership on the design of a secure streaming solution 

 

Qualification:

  • Master’s degree – 2nd year or final year of Engineering School

 

Competencies:

  • Programming: C++/Python
  • Some knowledge in Telecom and Encryption is a big plus
  • Fluent in English 

 

Schlumberger is an equal employment opportunity employer. Qualified applicants are considered without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, or other characteristics protected by law

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