As part of its Climate Change research agenda, IBM will have a couple of internships/residencies in research software engineering, numerical modelling, and/or machine learning. These are suitable for recent graduates/postgrads or PhD students who are eligible to take a break from their PhD to undertake an industrial placement.
These positions will be advertised online soon. In the meantime, they would welcome CVs from anyone interested in these roles – please email to firstname.lastname@example.org in the first instance, who is also happy to answer any questions. They will close recruitment as soon as suitable candidates have been found. Exact starting date is negotiable, but must be in 2021.
Research Software Engineer – Future of Climate Residency
IBM Research Europe seeks one Research Software Engineer with skills in python development and data science to join the UK team for a one-year Future of Climate Residency.
Research Scientist – Future of Climate Residency
IBM Research Europe seeks one Research Scientist with a strong background in numerical modelling and experience in machine learning and artificial intelligence techniques to join the UK team for a one-year Future of Climate Residency
These are paid internships, and candidates must be either UK/EU citizens or possess a non-student working Visa. The interns will be IBM employees during their tenure and work done during the internship cannot be reused as part of a PhD dissertation. Permission to intermit the intern’s PhD for the duration of the internship must be forthcoming from the intern’s academic supervisor and academic institution or university. The positions will be based at our site in Daresbury, Warrington: https://www.research.ibm.com/labs/uk/