Internships at Bootlin in 2024

Bootlin is happy to announce its list of internship topics for 2024, which are open to students in engineering schools or similar, from France or the European Union. Our internship booklet is in French as most of our interns come from France.

The proposed topics are as follows:

  • Drivers and hardware support in Linux or U-Boot
  • Improvement of the Elixir code navigation service
  • Security tracking of Linux BSP
  • Implementation of a reference secure embedded Linux OS
  • Addition of USB composite gadget support in U-Boot
  • Improvement of IEEE 802.15.4 support in Linux
  • Open topic related to embedded Linux

Bootlin is a company with a strong open-source focus: the results of the internships will be contributed to the corresponding open-source projects and will lead to the publication of blog articles or public presentations. In addition, interns will have the opportunity to work with a team of engineers with strong expertise in embedded Linux and open-source contributions.

The internships are offered for 2024, with flexible start dates, but for a minimum duration of 4 months. These internships will take place either in our offices in the Toulouse area (Colomiers) or in the Lyon area (Oullins), in order to be integrated into our team of engineers. These internships are open to all students who are citizens of the European Union.

Although several internship positions are offered, Bootlin will host a maximum of 2 interns simultaneously, in order to provide interns with high-quality supervision and guidance from Bootlin’s engineers.

For any questions or applications regarding these internship offers, please contact

Author: Thomas Petazzoni

Thomas Petazzoni is Bootlin's co-owner and CEO. Thomas joined Bootlin in 2008 as a kernel and embedded Linux engineer, became CTO in 2013, and co-owner/CEO in 2021. More details...

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