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Summer Internships in Autonomous Robotics at NUI Maynooth, Ireland

Applications are invited from outstanding undergraduate students not yet in their final year of studies to undertake 10-week research projects in Autonomous Robotics at National University of Ireland - Maynooth, Ireland.

The goal of the Summer Internships in Autonomous Robotics (SIAR) is to engage students in research projects which focus on the technological issues surrounding autonomous humanoid robotic soccer.  The program is funded by Science Foundation Ireland through the UREKA (Undergraduate Research Experience & Knowledge Award) Program.

Internships are available for a period of 10 weeks, commencing on 7 June 2010. Successful students will receive a scholarship of €300/week. Support for travel costs is also available for international students. A full social program is in place as well as seminars and tutorials in areas such as scientific writing, patenting and presentation skills. The internships are available to selected students studying a bachelor’s degree in Computing, Electronic Engineering, Applied Mathematics or other related disciplines.

Further information on the SIAR Programme and the application process can be obtained online. Completed applications must be emailed to via e-mail to <siar.ureka AT nuim.ie>. The closing date for applications is 5 February 2010.

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