Laura Ellwein Fix, PhD

Applied Dynamics in Cardiorespiratory Physiology

User uploaded custom header image

IBM Graduate/PhD internship

The Exploratory Mathematical Sciences program at IBM Research is seeking candidates who will contribute to foundational research topics in Applied and Computational Mathematics, and Theory of Computation.

Candidates should possess one or more of the following:

  • A background in Applied Math and/or Theoretical Computer Sciences with graduate-level studies in topics including optimization, complexity analysis, geometry of data, linear and multi-linear algebra, theorem-proving based program synthesis, algorithmic game theory, numerical analysis and scientific computing, dynamical systems, stochastic optimal control, inverse problems, applied probability, and statistics.
  • Graduate level experience in conducting research in one or more the above topics
  • Track record of co-authoring technical reports and publications
  • Programming experience in scientific computing, computational math, and/or high-performance computing

At this time, the hope is to have the program in person. in which case candidates would need to work in one of the following locations: USA (Yorktown Heights, NY, Almaden, CA; Cambridge, MA), Ireland (Dublin), Israel (Haifa), Japan (Tokyo). Pursuing a graduate degree in an area related to Applied and/or Computational Mathematics, or Theoretical Computer Science is required.

The World is Our Laboratory: No matter where discovery takes place, IBM researchers push the boundaries of science, technology, and business to make the world work better. IBM Research is a global community of forward-thinkers working towards a common goal: progress.

Required Technical and Professional Expertise

  • Must have a background in Applied Math and/or Theoretical Computer Sciences with graduate-level studies in topics including optimization, complexity analysis, geometry of data, linear and multi-linear algebra, theorem-proving based program synthesis, algorithmic game theory, numerical analysis and scientific computing, dynamical systems, stochastic optimal control, inverse problems, applied probability, and statistics.
  • Must have graduate level experience in conducting research in one or more the above topics
  • Track record of co-authoring technical reports and publications

Preferred Technical and Professional Expertise

  • Programming experience in scientific computing, computational math, and/or high-performance computing.
  • Ph.D. candidate
Categories Summer program
Tagged

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *