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IPAM Research Program

.. Real-World Research Projects

Open to all nationalities

icon  Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics (IPAM)

.. 14 Feb 2016

     Work permit : Required

.. $3,000

1-3 months

 

More about this internship

The Research in Industrial Projects for Students (RIPS) Program provides an opportunity for talented undergraduate students to work in teams on a real-world research projects proposed by sponsors from industry or the public sector. The student team, with support from their academic mentor and industry mentor, will research the problem and present their results, both orally and in writing, at the end of the program.

IPAM provides each undergraduate student with a travel allowance and a stipend of $3,000. Housing and most meals are also included.

Eligibility: 

  • International students, including students attending a university outside the US are eligible to apply for RIPS-LA, as are graduating seniors.
  • RIPS is a program for students who are enrolled in or have just completed an undergraduate (bachelors) degree. Students with a strong background in mathematics and an interest in seeing how mathematics is used in the real world are encouraged to apply. Most of the projects have a significant computational component, so that proficiency (or at least some experience) in computer science, data analysis or numerical computation is valuable, but not necessary for everyone. Competition is high for the limited slots available.
  • International students are eligible to apply for RIPS-LA.

Internship Duration: The duration of program is nine weeks.

Note: Accepted candidates will be notified in early March.

 

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