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STEM Leads Research Opportunities

January 21st, 2021

Here is the Center for Career Development's weekly compilation of research events, opportunities, and positions, as advertised through Handshake. Click here for additional Career Development tools/resources. Feel free to contact the Center for Career Development if you have any questions regarding the opportunities listed below or contact the Office of Undergraduate Research if you have other questions about doing research.


Summer 2021 Software Engineering Internship - IBM Research

  • Current focus areas include building toolkits for AI lifecycle management including data quality analysis, time series modeling, and fusing together and learning from multiple modalities of information. 
  • Candidates should have good knowledge in Python (other languages like Javascript, C/C++ are a plus), usage of machine learning environments (e.g., scikit-learn, tensor flow etc.), software engineering practices, system building/debugging/testing skills.   


High Performance Computing for Manufacturing Internship Program - U.S. Department of Energy

  • Program is a public-private sector partnership to facilitate the use of advanced computational techniques to reduce national energy consumption. 
  • Intern projects typically involve performing advanced simulation and modeling in materials, computational fluid dynamics, combustion, machine learning and more.
  • Applications due: Feb. 1, 2021


Robotics Internship Program - U.S. Department of Energy

  • Project assignments will involve technologies used to develop machines that can substitute for humans and replicate human actions automatically. 
  • Internship hosted at a DOE national laboratory. Interns will be assigned to research projects and/or other technical activities under the guidance of a mentor.
  • Applications due: Feb. 8, 2021

The positions listed above are just a small sample of the many opportunities available. You can find additional postings in HandshakeCareerShift and other sites. If you have questions or concerns regarding any posting, please contact the Center for Career Development.


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