IBM Research Intern 2017 in MULHUDDART, Ireland
The IBM Research lab in Dublin is looking for top MS and PhD students interested in all areas of research in computer science, with an emphasis on data mining and machine learning, cognitive computing, statistical modelling & optimisation, control and decision systems, social, semantic web, high performance computing. Priority will be given to these applicants. Details on the internship projects available for students in 2017 are at:http://researcher.watson.ibm.com/researcher/viewgroup.php?id=6504 Our internship program provides students with a unique opportunity to experience the research environment here at IBM. The program is highly competitive, and is designed for top students who are interested in tackling challenging research problems. Many of our student interns have authored papers, or even thesis, out of their sojourn with us; have contributed to open source projects; and/or have contributed to IBM products. Our research focuses on improving city operations and the well-being of citizens. We operate under a collaborative environment involving IBM scientists, industries and universities. We accompany IBM in its transformational journey with the mission of building smarter cities and in the process transforming mini-cities while strengthening the foundations for smarter infrastructures through the Internet of Things (IoT).We offer: * A stimulating, cross-disciplinary environment in a leading research organisation * Opportunities for a unique combination of scientific and industrial research into real-world problems * Excellent ties to research groups worldwide * Up-to-date infrastructure and resources * The ability to take part in large-scale international research projects Successful candidates must be current MS or PhD students. In submitting their applications, students should specify the top 3 internship projects of interest to them, selecting from the list available at:http://researcher.watson.ibm.com/researcher/viewgroup.php?id=6504
Must be doing either MS or PhD currently.