If interested, you must apply via UMBCworks ASAP. Candidates are being considered as resumes/CVs are submitted. If you are interested and do not have an approved resume in UMBCworks, please upload your resume/CV in the system and e-mail Christine Routzahn at firstname.lastname@example.org who will approve your credentials on UMBCworks so that you can apply.
Again, don't let this opportunity pass you by. Please read each position carefully and only apply to those that interest you.
Research Summer Intern-Data Centric Systems- position 9282543 in UMBCworks
System Design Recommendations for Large Scale Machine Learning
This project's goal is to provide actionable system design requirements by testing the theoretical results for large-scale machine learning that we derived last year. The intern will performance baseline analysis on a real-world problem (AlexNet software), and compare this performance for a variety of minibatch sizes, convergence criteria, etc., and will measure the variance of the stochastic gradient's impact on convergence.
Research Summer Intern-High Performance Computing- position 9282585 in UMBCwork
IBM Research currently has a Summer Internship opportunity in the Data-Centric System department in Yorktown Heights, NY or Cambridge, MA for work in several areas of High Performance Computing (HPC). Projects include applying HPC to a variety of practical problems, optimizing codes and algorithms for advanced HPC systems, developing next-generation HPC system software and middleware, developing large-scale visualization and storage technologies, and improving the usability of HPC systems.
Data Centric Systems DRAM and Future Memory- position 9282542 in UMBCworks
Intern will work on modeling and performance analysis of future memory architectures for advanced high performance computers.
DCS Architecture and Design- position 9282540 in UMBCworks
Two potential topics for the candidate:
a) develop a model for or prototype of an extended memory cache manager. This manager sits between a CPU internal PowerBus, a memory or storage class memory controller and a network interface, and is responsible for resolving remote memory accesses, caching of remote data in local memory or storage class memory, using page table and memory meta-data management.
b) verify an implementation of a high speed FPGA and GPU interface
High Speed Electrical Channel Modeling- position 9282541 in UMBCworks
Intern will work with IBM specialists in advanced circuit board materials, memory standards, optics and system architecture and will help us determine how we will use high speed electrical signaling in future IBM systems.