Research Support Intern

internship - , unpaid

Pennsylvania State University
University Park, PA
Closed
Posted 41 Days ago
Pennsylvania State University
University Park, PA
internship - , unpaid
Posted 41 Days ago
Closed

Description

Research Support Intern -Campus/Location: -University Park CampusDate Announced: -07/08/2019Date Closing: -07/14/2019Job Number: -89003Work Unit: -College of Information Sciences and TechnologyDepartment: -Information Sciences and Technology (IST) -Description The College of Information Sciences and Technology invites applications for a Research Support Intern position in software and computer system. This position will work with Dr. Xinyu Xing. The intended research for this position is at the intersection of binary analysis and OS kernel re-engineering. Strong candidates with an interest in other areas in the computer system and program analysis, however, are also encouraged to apply. Qualifications include a Bachelor`s degree in Computer Science, a background on computer system research, programming skills, an outstanding record in program analysis and a research record on binary code analysis. To apply, please upload a resume or CV.

Skills

research, programming, engineering, computer science, matlab, data analysis, latex, statistics, qualitative research, mathematical analysis, kaleidagraph, social statistics, logic models, numerical linear algebra, mathematica

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