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Texas State University REU’s

The Computer Science Department at Texas State University in San Marcos, Texas, is offering two Research Experiences for Undergraduates this summer in New Paradigms of Information Retrieval from Diverse Data and Mobile Cyber-Physical Systems.

For more information on the New Paradigms of Information Retrieval from Diverse Data REU, visit:  http://reu.cs.txstate.edu/

For more information on the Mobile Cyber-Physical Systems REU, visit: http://reu-mcps.cs.txstate.edu/


Purdue University Undergraduate REU

Purdue University is pleased to host an REU site for the summer of 2013.  The theme of the REU projects is information assurance and security.  The CERIAS Information Security REU Program provides the opportunity for undergraduate students to engage in the forefront of information security research working on individual project areas. Some areas include:

  • Quantifying Informativeness and Novelty of Text
  • Detecting Script-Underlying Recurring Situations in Text
  • A security-enabled interface for humanoid robot-to-robot communication, within a HARMS Model
  • Deriving Intelligence from Encrypted Stream

For more information, visit: www.cerias.purdue.edu/reu


Computer System, Cluster, and Networking Summer Institute

The Computer System, Cluster, and Networking Summer Institute (CSCNSI) is a focused technical enrichment program targeting third-year college undergraduate students currently engaged in a computer science, computer engineering, or similar major. The program emphasizes practical skill development in setting up, configuring, administering, testing, monitoring, and scheduling computer systems, supercomputer clusters, and computer networks through a variety of activities including hands-on technical training, lectures, professional development seminars, and tours of LANL facilities.

Students work in small project teams to execute real-world projects on computer clusters that they assemble and configure. A university instructor provides class instruction, and LANL subject matter experts mentor team projects. Students develop written and oral communications skills through critiqued presentations and present their work at a technical poster session at the conclusion of the Summer Institute. The CSCNSI is also an innovative, proactive approach to making the students aware of career possibilities within the Laboratory.

For more information on how to apply go to http://institutes.lanl.gov/isti/summer-school/cluster_network/

Application Deadline is February 15, 2013


Science Undergraduate Laboratory Internship (SULI) Program

Idaho National Laboratory (INL) is seeking internship applicants for the Science Undergraduate Laboratory Internship (SULI) program from students in the any of the STEM fields for Summer 2012 internships.  We are very interested in skills related to Geo-Sciences, Geographical Information Systems, Chemical and Petroleum Engineering.  Please review the website for program specific information.

Science Undergraduate Laboratory Internship (SULI) – http://science.energy.gov/wdts/suli/

SULI applications are due by January 10, 2013


Information Assurance Internship

The Information Directorate seeks outstanding undergraduate students for a paid research internship. The summer 2013 internship focuses on the science of mission assurance in a cloud computing environment, with emphasis on assuring Air Force mission essential functions in a contested environment. We invite applications from juniors and seniors in mathematics, computer engineering, electrical engineering, physics and computer science.

The Science of Mission Assurance
We seek to investigate information assurance at all six phases of the information life cycle:
1. Information generation
2. Information processing
3. Information storage
4. Information transmission
5. Information consumption
6. Information destruction

We aim to develop mathematical representations of critical functions, decompose them into atomic elements, define the relationships among elements, assess fractal properties of subsystems and systems, identify potential vulnerabilities and risks, and develop mitigation strategies for assured operation in a contested environment. Interns will work on teams with government mentors to research vulnerabilities and threats, participate in facilitated discussions, solve complex problems, present and discuss solutions, and write and submit reports on time.

Application Process: Candidates who hold US citizenship and qualify for a Department of Defense security clearance may apply by emailing a resume, an unofficial transcript of grades, a 100-word biography, two letters of recommendation and a headshot photo to iast@rl.af.mil no later than 8 December 2012. Please combine all documents listed into a single PDF file for submission. For more information contact: IAST 315-330-4370.

For more information visit AFRL Information Directorate at http://www.wpafb.af.mil/afrl/ri/ or the IA Internship website at http://iainternship.com/


Nuclear Science and Security Consortium Internship

For Minority Serving Institutions

Description

Our mission at the Nuclear Science and Security Consortium (NSSC), which is funded by the National Nuclear Security Administration, is to educate and train students on the problems that need to be solved in nuclear security and to transition them into life-long careers in national labs and related federal service.

The SUCCESS PIPELINE (Seven Universities Coordinating Coursework and Experience from Student to Scientist in a Partnership for Identifying and Preparing Educated Laboratory-Integrated Nuclear Experts) Nuclear Science and Security Consortium (NSSC) includes Michigan State University; the University of Nevada, Las Vegas; and Washington University, Saint Louis, as well as four University of California campuses (Berkeley, Davis, Irvine, and San Diego) and UC’s Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation. The UC Berkeley is the lead university in this Consortium.

As part of our outreach efforts, we created the NSSC-MSI Summer Research Fellowship program to expose talented researchers and students from MSIs to research ongoing in labs participating in the NSSC. The program is open to partnerships of at least one NSSC member and at least one qualifying MSI applicant. Partnerships eligible for awards must include Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs), Hispanic Serving Institutions (HSIs), Tribal Colleges and Universities (TCUs), or non-profit institutions servicing HBCUs, HSIs and TCUs.

Who can Apply

The summer internship program is open to any currently registered student of at least junior standing as of June 2012 from a qualifying Minority Serving Institute (MSI) and involve a partnership with at least one NSSC member. Proposals for internships must be submitted by a faculty member of the partner MSI.

How to Apply

The NSSC-MSI Summer Research Fellowship Program announcement and application forms can be found on the NSSC website: http://nssc.berkeley.edu. Interns will be paid a stipend based on their academic standing ranging from $600 to $800 per week to be used for travel, housing and living expenses. Applicants must be US citizens to apply.

Qualifying students should be nominated by a member of the faculty. The application package must be submitted to wongk@berkeley.edu by a faculty member by June 8, 2012. If you have any questions, you can visit our website at http://nssc.berkeley.edu or email Karen at wongk@berkeley.edu.


Intel Software Engineer Summer Internship

Job Description

Platform SW and Technology (PST) IT Flex, is looking for a Software Engineer intern with background and/or interest in Embedded product development using Windows OS, Linux OS or any other RT embedded platform. In this position, you will be working on the next generation Intel based devices (mobile, Client PC, servers etc). Your duties will include but not limited to the following: Pre-Silicon Software development and debug. Engaging with Silicon teams on Bug analysis and disposition, SoC Firmware and Software bring-up on Intel based Hardware platforms and Post-Si debug.

Qualifications

IMPORTANT NOTE: You must have the unrestricted right to work in the United States without any sponsorship.

You should be a CE or CS Bachelor’s or Master’s student that possesses the following skills:

– C/C++ experience
– Excellent written and oral communication skills and good presentation skills required.
– Coursework: programming in C/C++, computer networks, algorithms, data structures, computer architecture, operating systems.

Job Category: Information Technology

Primary Location: USA-New Mexico, Albuquerque

Full/Part Time: Full Time

Job Type: Student/Intern

Posting Date: Mar 29, 2012

Apply Before: Apr 30, 2012

How to Apply: Send your resumé to robert.f.ward@intel.com

Business Group: Intel’s Information Technology Group (IT) designs, deploys and supports the information technology architecture and hardware/software applications for Intel. This includes the LAN, WAN, telephony, data centers, client PCs, backup and restore, and enterprise applications. IT is also responsible for e-Commerce development, data hosting and delivery of Web content and services.

Posting Statement: We will accept applications/resumes until 60 days after posting date or earlier at Intel’s discretion. Intel invites people of all ages currently enrolled in an academic institution (or graduated within the last 18 months) to apply.