Institute for Logic, Language and Computation


IBM Summer Internship in Algorithms

The Algorithms and Theory group in the Mathematical Sciences Department at IBM Watson Research will have one or two summer intern positions available this summer for doctoral students with interests in analysis of algorithms, including but not limited to approximation algorithms, randomized algorithms, online algorithms, probabalistic analysis, game theory, optimization, scheduling, and networks. Members of the algorithms group at Watson Research are a subset of the Theory of Computation group. More information about the ToC group can be found at http://www.research.ibm.com/TOC/.

Candidates should have prior research experience with evidence of publication-quality work, in addition to good communication skills. They must hold a Bachelor's degree and be pursuing a PhD in Mathematics, Computer Science, Operations Research, or other relevant fields, and continue to pursue a PhD in the Fall of 2006.

INSTRUCTIONS FOR APPLICATION

Please apply online at: http://www-306.ibm.com/employment/us/fi_search.shtml. List as job ID: RES06054

In the resume part of your application, please list your papers and/or publications and please include a brief description of research interests (up to one page). If you have a webpage with your papers, please include the url in your resume.

In addition, you may ask up to 2 recommenders to send letters of recommendation. Please give the name, affiliation, and email address of recommenders in your resume; and ask your recommenders to send their letters directly to Lisa Fleischer at . (Pdf, postscript, or plain test preferred.) Please ask recommenders to put in the subject line: "letter for summer intern applicant <Last name of applicant>".

Review of applications will begin February 9, 2006.


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