Please apply for all staff positions by creating a profile and submitting credentials online at http://www.cmu.edu/jobs/index.html. No applications will be accepted via email or the U.S. Postal Service.
Please apply for undergraduate positions by submitting a cover letter and resume to the email address provided in the position descriptions below.
Undergraduate Positions - Summer 2019
Sponsored by: Carnegie Mellon University (CMU), University of Pittsburgh (Pitt), Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center (PSC) and the NSF Center for Space, High-performance, and Resilient Computing (SHREC)
This program, the Summer Undergraduate Research Experience, provides qualified students the ability to work under the mentorship of staff, grad students and faculty affiliated with PSC and SHREC. The program will run from early May to early August, culminating in a competitive poster/demo event with awards given to the best project.
The following projects are available for undergraduates this summer:
Desired Major: Computer Engineering/Electrical Engineering/Computer Science
Desired Major: Computer Engineering/Computer Science/Electrical Engineering
Desired Major: CS/IS/Software Engineering
Desired Major: Technical Writing/Information Science
Desired Major: Neuroscience/Biology/Chemistry/Physics
Desired Major: Computer Science/Information Systems
Desired Major: Physics/Chemistry/Mathematical Science/Computer Science
Deep Learning for Neuron Tracing (2 positions)
Desired Major: Student 1: Computer Science; Student 2: Coding Experience, any major
Please submit your resume along with a cover letter indicating your interest in one or more of the projects listed above to Vivian Benton, firstname.lastname@example.org.
The deadline to apply is April 30, 2019.
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