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Summer Intern: Engineering

Job Locations:
Oslo, Norway

Part Time


Elliptic Labs is excited to invite students to apply for its Summer 2024 Engineering Internship program. We are recruiting for the following roles, located at our headquarters in Oslo, Norway.

  • Embedded SW team:
    • Expected experience/skills within at least one of these tools:
      • C, Rust, C++, Fixed-Point
  • Algorithms & Machine Learning:
    • Expected experience/skills within at least one of these tools:
      • Python, Digital Signal Processing, Data Science, MATLAB
  • Infrastructure & Tooling team
    • Expected experience/skills within at least one of these tools:
      • TypeScript, GraphQL, Python, Azure Cloud

The internship will last 6–8 weeks starting in June. Some time off during the internship will be possible.

Our Oslo office is an international environment with around 45 employees from many different countries. We are having a great time together, bringing excellent solutions out to our customers with excitement.

Elliptic Labs is a software company that develops world-leading, ultrasound-based machine-learning algorithms for touchless-gesture, proximity, and presence sensing. The algorithms are designed to run on small, low-power embedded systems and are used to deliver innovative user experiences on smartphones, laptops, and IoT-devices. Today, software from Elliptic Labs is deployed in hundreds of millions of devices around the world. Learn More.

Where We Stand Out

  • You will work on real projects just like a full employee
  • You will use top tools and development systems
  • You will have a dedicated mentor
  • You will be an active part of a team
  • We are a global company with internationally-located, collaborating offices
  • New, modern office centrally located in Oslo
  • Multicultural, inclusive, and friendly working environment
  • Partially-financed company lunches and social events
  • Strong culture of supporting and helping each other

Desired Skills & Experience

  • Bachelor-/Master-level students studying data technology, cybernetics, electronics, or math/physics. Must be at least a third-year bachelor-level student
  • Fluent English and Norwegian — written and spoken
  • Interested in sustainable and human-friendly technologies
  • Programming skills, especially C/C++ and/or Python
  • Confident and responsible — enjoy working both in teams and individually

What We Can Offer You

  • Great working environment with the possibility to grow and develop
  • New modern office facilities in downtown Oslo
  • Multicultural, inclusive, and nice working environment
  • Chance to be part of an exciting and global growth journey
  • Frequent social activities and after-work events
  • A culture where supporting each other, being authentic, solid, and transparent are important values
Please apply with your resume and cover letter here.

* Be aware that Elliptic Labs cannot offer sponsorship to its employees or potential employees.

About Elliptic Labs

Elliptic Labs is a global enterprise targeting the smartphone, laptop, IoT, and automotive markets. Founded in 2006 as a research spin-off from Norway’s Oslo University, the company’s patented software uses AI, ultrasound, and sensor fusion to create AI Virtual Smart Sensors that deliver intuitive 3D gesture-, proximity-, presence-, breathing- and heartbeat-detection experiences. Its scalable AI Virtual Smart Sensor Platform™ creates software-only sensors that are sustainable, human-friendly, and already deployed in hundreds of millions of devices around the world. Elliptic Labs is the only software company that has delivered detection capabilities using AI software, ultrasound, and sensor fusion deployed at scale. The company is listed on the Oslo Børs.

Elliptic Labs is headquartered in Norway with presence in the USA, China, South Korea, Taiwan, and Japan. Its technology and IP are developed in Norway and are solely owned by the company.

PR Contacts:
Patrick Tsui
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Investor Relations:
Lars Holmøy
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