2021 SIParCS Internship Positions Are Open
SIParCS applications are open!
We are pleased to announce that we are now accepting applications for the 2021 Summer Internships in Parallel Computational Science. The application deadline for the 2021 SIParCS program is January 8, 2021 at 4pm Mountain Time.
This year we are offering undergraduate and graduate students the opportunity to work with 12 projects ranging in topic from machine learning, data science, software engineering, data assimilation, digital asset management, visualization, and application optimization/parallelization in HPC among others. If you’re interested in applying, please visit our website to review our technical statements of work and apply to up to two projects you would like to work with. To learn more about the SIParCS experience, check out our video.
We also have a CISL Outreach, Diversity, and Education (CODE) Intern, for graduate students in Higher Education Administration / Student Affairs, Science Education, Education Policy, Social Work, or related programs who are interested in learning about HPC Education and Outreach.
See How to Apply for tips on applying to SIParCS. Applicants will be required to submit the following:
Share this email widely to students who may be interested in an internship at NCAR next summer. International Students who are eligible to work in the U.S. are welcomed and encouraged to apply.
As always, if you have any questions about the program or the application process, you can reach us at email@example.com or 303-497-1288.
– The SIParCS Team
SIParCS at Supercomputing Conference
Will you be at Supercomputing? NCAR and SIParCS will host a booth in the Virtual Exhibit Hall from November 17-19. Stop by the booth to talk with our staff to learn more about the SIParCS program.
About the SIParCS Program
The goal of the Summer Internships in Parallel Computational Science (SIParCS) program is to make a long-term, positive impact on the quality and diversity of the workforce needed to use and operate 21st century supercomputers. Graduate students and undergraduate students (who have completed their sophomore year by summer) gain significant hands-on experience in high-performance computing and related fields that use HPC for scientific discovery and modeling.
This program embeds students as summer interns in the Computational and Information Systems Laboratory, an organization within NCAR charged with provisioning supercomputing and data systems to the geosciences research community. The roles of service and research in CISL support NCAR’s broad scientific mission of discovery in the atmospheric and related sciences.