Information about Internships
We have internship projects available, usually during the summer. Most
are concerned with optimisation problems in the telecommunication
technology sector, e.g. routing and power control in
wireless multi-hop networks or similar topics. Other projects consider
multicriteria optimisation problems and their applications in business
and engineering. In all these projects, programming skills in Matlab are of prime importance. Still
other projects are connected with members of
CORMSIS, the Centre for Operational Research, Management Science and Information Systems.
This provides a great opportunity to gain valuable work
experience skills designed to help you in your career and personal
development --and all that while contributing to research &
The internships in themselve are unpaid since in exchange for your time
effort, we provide training in the project in which you are
Internships are not funded in any way by the university or our research group.
Neither bursaries nor travel funding is available.
Scholarships are only available for students studying here at the university.
(The last two sentences seem to be the most easily overread sentences on the whole page.)
There is exactly one "exception" to the two boldface sentences above:
internships within the STA Project
that are funded by the European Space Agency.
Please see the project page for details.
If you are interested in an internship, then drop
me a line or just show up at my office. It is helpful if you bring
an up-to-date CV and your recent progress reviews with you.
In and during your first contact you must indicate that you have read and understood
the sentences in boldface above. If you do not do that, I will ignore you.
(And, no, it won't do any good sending me another email within 24 hours!)
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