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High Performance Computing Research Internship

DoD High Performance Computing Internship (HIP):

The DoD HPC Modernization Program has high-performance computing internship opportunities at the Air Force Research Laboratory. These internships give undergraduate and graduate students the opportunity to perform scientific, computational research alongside AFRL researchers in support of the US Air Force’s mission.

(These opportunities are available to US Citizens only.)

Interns will gain experience using supercomputing clusters, have the opportunity to network with DoD scientists, and, generally, have the opportunity to present and publish their research. Some experience with programming, simulation, or machine learning is desirable, but not necessarily required (project dependent).

More information, the online application, and the project catalog can be found here:

Multiple opportunities are available in the broad areas of machine learning, molecular simulation, statistical mechanics, and electrohydrodynamics towards advanced composite materials and processes:
1) Data-driven Discovery of the Morphology of Liquid Inclusions with Surface Energy: 
2) From Molecular Dynamics to Electro-fluid Mechanics: Simulation of Electrowetting for the Next Generation of Space and Aerospace Composites Processing: