Undergraduate student internships

The Research, Innovation and Dissemination Center on Neuromathematics (NeuroMat), hosted by the University of São Paulo, Brazil, and funded by FAPESP (São Paulo Research Foundation) is offering internship positions to undergraduate students who are interested in making use of their computer knowledge in the development of high-level scientific research. The intern will interact with researchers from USP and other scientists and collaborators from NeuroMat, especially in developing, standardizing, maintaining and installing support software to the scientific research of the center. NeuroMat aims to developing scientific and technological innovations, relating mathematics and computation and applying those in the frontier of neuroscience.

  • Number of positions: 3
  • Monthly salary: BRL 850,00 (20 hours a week, flexible)
  • Work address: IME-USP, São Paulo, SP

There are two positions for architecture and development of Web application.

NeuroMat is especially interested in hiring students with knowledge in one or more of the following abilities or those who show an interest in learning them: database (preferentially, PostgreSQL), object-oriented programming and Web programming (preferentially Python/Django), agile software development (XP) and software tests.

There is one position for computational simulation.

NeuroMat is especially interested in hiring students with knowledge in one or more of the following abilities or those who show an interest in learning them: computational modelling and simulation, graphic computation, MatLab and graph algorithms.

To apply for one of these positions, please send your CV to Amanda S. Nascimento - an@ime.usp.br - until February 24th, 2014.

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