Do not miss to read the whole article, read all 8 opportunities and apply asap as last dates are ending soon
1) Summer Internships for BSc and MSc Students at EPFL, Switzerland
The School of Computer and Communication Sciences provides internship opportunities in the Summer period for students enrolled in BSc, MSc, or equivalent programmes in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Telecommunications, or Electrical Engineering.
Application by the student Before around 1st FEBRUARY
http://ic.epfl.ch/SummerAtEPFL
2) The Global Intern Program ,GIST, South Korea for BS and MS students
The Global Intern Program is designed to provide knowledge and skills in the following areas:
– Information and Communications
– Materials Science and Engineering
– Mechatronics
– Environmental Science and Engineering
– Life Sciences
– Physics and Photon Science
– Chemistry
– Medical System Engineering
Registration Period : 2014-12-19 — 2015-02-27
http://ipa.gist.ac.kr/internship/
3)CERN Europe Internships for B.Sc and M.Sc Students of Computer Science, Mathematics, Engineering or Physics
Last Date to apply : 28 February, 2015
https://jobs.web.cern.ch/…/cern-openlab-summer-student-prog…
4)10 months paid Internship in Human Rights area in South Korea
** Applicant must be working in an organization and have 3 years of NGO experience at least though not in human rights
Last Date to apply : January 19, 2015
http://eng.518.org/ease/board.es
5)Master’s internships for Women at EPFL/ETHZ/IDSIA, Switzerland
Must Apply
The National Center for Competences in Robotics (NCCR) offers Master
Internships for incoming Women Students who would like to visit one of
the NCCR robotics laboratories located at EPFL, ETHZ and IDSIA. A list
of affiliated laboratories is available at:
http://www.nccr-robotics.ch/people
Three Master internships will be given of a value of up to 2000 CHF per
month to cover travel and living expenses.Internships may last between 3
up to 6 months.
In order to apply for an internship students must first contact an NCCR
professor to discuss which potential projects may be available. Once
professorial support has been obtained the student should submit a
complete application, comprising:
1.A PDF document containing a brief description (maximum 1 page
including references, font size 12) of the project as agreed between the
hosting professor and the student.
2.A CV of the student candidate.
3. One letter of recommendation.
4.A letter of invitation from the host laboratory
All items should be submitted in English. Applications should be sent by
email to scholarship-nccr-robotics@groupes.epfl.ch
<mailto:scholarship-nccr-robotics@groupes.epfl.ch> with the title
“master internship application”.
The submission deadline is January 20th 2015. Notifications of
acceptance/rejection will be sent out in March 2015.

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Prof. Aude Billard
LASA laboratory,http://lasa.epfl.ch
EPFL – Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne
Mail to: Station 9, 1015 Lausanne, Switzerland
Email:aude.billard@epfl.ch<mailto:aude.billard@epfl.ch>
Tel: +41-21-693-5464
Fax: +41-21-694-7850
6)Internships in Computer Vision/Image Processing for Masters and PhD people and PhD positions as well in reputed Max Planck lab Germany
In 2015 we again offer a couple of exciting PhD and (graduate) internship opportunities at the intersection of computer vision, graphics and machine learning! The call for applications is attached. Please send your application to us by 18.1.2015 if you are interested yourself or forward this email to anyone who might be interested in applying.
We are looking forward to your applications and wish you a happy new year!
Andreas Geiger
Michael Black
Peter Gehler
Javier Romero
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The Perceiving Systems department at the Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems in Tübingen, Germany announces several PhD scholarships as well as funded summer internships for graduate students in 2015. Research at Perceiving Systems is curiosity driven and spans a wide range of topics in computer vision, graphics and machine learning.
In particular, we are interested in
* 3D shape and object modeling
– acquisition, modeling, shape statistics, Riemannian geometry, tracking
– compositional models of complex articulated objects like humans and animals
* human and animal motion
– pose estimation, tracking, shape/pose estimation, from video and range data
– next generation motion capture of humans and animals
* 3D scene understanding
– 3D object detection, layout analysis, semantic analysis, 3D model-based methods, 3D mapping
– optimization, models and methods
* intrinsic images and video
– extracting reflectance, shading, depth, occlusions, shadows
* stereo and motion estimation
– stereo, optical flow, scene flow, non-rigid structure from motion
– combining low-level vision and high-level vision
* modeling clothing, hair and fur and their motion
* vision and tracking for virtual reality
* machine learning
– structured output models
– deep neural networks
– efficient learning and inference
The language of the department is English and the culture is international. More information about the department and our research can be found at http://ps.is.tuebingen.mpg.de/. Supervising faculty currently looking for students include:
* Michael Black (http://ps.is.tuebingen.mpg.de/person/black)
* Andreas Geiger (http://www.cvlibs.net/)
* Peter Gehler (http://files.is.tue.mpg.de/pgehler/)
* Javier Romero (http://ps.is.tuebingen.mpg.de/person/romero)
Prospective students will have the option to obtain their degree from either the ETH Zürich or the University of Tübingen. The PhD program at MPI gives the students access to unique research facilities, a rich intellectual environment, and great research freedom. Applicants (both for the PhD and internship positions) should hold a Master’s degree in computer science, mathematics, physics, or engineering. Successful candidates will typically have ranked at or near the top of their classes and be highly proficient in written and spoken English. Very good computer science skills as well as a mathematical background are required. A PhD in Germany is usually 3-4 years in duration. Summer interns are encouraged to stay with us for at least 6 months.
Max Planck Institutes are internationally renowned and regarded as the foremost organization for fundamental research in Germany. The MPI for Intelligent System studies perception, action and learning. The Perceiving Systems department directed by Prof. Michael J. Black is located in Tübingen together with the Empirical Inference department of Prof. Bernhard Schölkopf, the robotics research department of Prof. Stefan Schaal and the renowned MPI for Biological Cybernetics. The Max Planck Institutes in Tübingen represent an exceptional research environment in which scientists from a wide range of fields including computer vision, machine learning, robotics, neuroscience, and cognitive science collaborate. A full range of state-of-the-art equipment is available, including high-resolution 3D and 4D scanning systems, motion capture, multi-camera video capture, and a large compute cluster. To increase our impact, the MPI also houses a Software Workshop that helps researchers de!velop, maintain, and deploy software projects.
Tübingen is a beautiful and lively medieval town with a large university population in southern Germany close to Stuttgart. At the edge of the Swabian Jura, the surrounding country is characterized by rolling hills, forests, river valleys, historic towns, and endless walking, hiking and biking trails. The quality of life is excellent.
Please send your application including a cover letter, research statement, transcripts, CV, links to publications if you have them, as well as contact details of at least two references to ps-apply@tuebingen.mpg.de. Your research statement is critical and should address why you want to do a PhD with us. If you prefer to send a hardcopy application, you may do so (see our contact page for the address). The application deadline is 18.1.2015.
The Max Planck Society is trying to increase the percentage of women in scientific staff positions and strongly encourages applications from qualified women. The Society is also committed to employing more handicapped individuals and especially encourages them to apply.
7)RIKEN Brain Science Institute Japan, 8 weeks summer program.
A must apply opportunity for Biologists and medical research fields people
Research internship course lasts 8 weeks and lecture course lasts 5 days, accommodation and round-trip air plane tickets are provided.
Last date to apply : 28 February, 2015
http://www.brain.riken.jp/en/summer/

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