AUGUST 30-SEPTEMBER 3
We are pleased to share information on internship opportunities available with several of the SIGCOMM 2010 supporters. If you are interested in exploring these opportunities, please contact the concerned organizations directly as noted below; please do NOT contact the SIGCOMM 2010 organizers. (The complete list will be updated soon.)
Infosys Technologies Research Lab is seeking qualified interns to conduct leading-edge research at Bangalore/India in networking with special interest in the areas of Network Virtualization, Open Flow, Distributed Storage-based Media Networking, Next-Gen Wireless Networks, and Energy-efficient Networking. Please contact email@example.com.
Microsoft Research offers internships year-round at its laboratories in Bangalore, Beijing, Cambridge (UK), Cambridge (USA), Redmond, and Silicon Valley. Visit here for more information.
Bell Labs India invites interns interested in working in the following areas: Wireless networks (whitespaces, 4G), mobile applications, data mining and green networking. Please send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org and visit this link.
AT&T Labs Research has extensive university collaborations, and offers research internships at its laboratories in Florham Park and Middletown, New Jersey, USA. Visit here for more information.
Telefónica R&D is accepting internship applications in the areas of distributed systems and networks (p2p, content distribution, distributed systems, social networks, databases/storages, fault tolerance, wireless networks, graph theory, complex networks) for Internet Research Team in Barcelona. Send resume to email@example.com or visit here for more information.
IMDEA Networks launches its inaugural Doctoral Research Internship program in Internet economics, real-cost analysis, routing, service differentiation, wireless performance analysis, and energy efficiency. Visit here for more information.
Nokia Research Center in Helsinki is looking for research interns for topics such as the energy efficient scheduling of multipath TCP transmission or a performance study of modern web transport protocols for mobile devices. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information, and visit here to apply.