PI4-IMA Summer Internships are supported by the Institute for Mathematics and its Applications (IMA) and organized by the Program for Interdisciplinary and Industrial Internships at Illinois (PI4), a successful internship program for graduate students run by the Mathematics Department at the University of Illinois over the past seven years, with support from the NSF. With the new funding from the IMA, we are pleased to broaden the availability of internships to students from other institutions.
Eight Internships are available for mathematics graduate students in Summer 2020. The internships will be hosted by various companies and scientific labs, primarily in Champaign-Urbana, Illinois.
Coding skills and soft skills training will be provided as a part of the program. Interns will be placed in pairs where possible to ensure a productive and enjoyable internship experience.
Expected Dates: May 16-July 15, 2020. The program begins with a 9 day intensive workshop on computational skills, focusing on Python and R. Prior coding experience is not required.
Eligibility: full-time graduate students in mathematics at US institutions. Students who graduate earlier than August 2020 are not eligible.
For more information, and to apply (by February 29, 2020), please visit the PI4-IMA Summer Internships website. Women and underrepresented US minority students are strongly encouraged to apply.