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Master’s student or intern

Simulating the operation of tape libraries

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Elastic ephemeral storage services for serverless computing

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Compiling neural networks for a computational memory AI accelerator

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Master’s student or intern

Phase-change memory devices for non-von Neumann computing

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Master’s student or intern

Accurate deep learning inference using computational memory

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Master’s student

Application-optimized data convertors for computational memory

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Post-doctoral researcher

Development of interpretable AI methods for computational biology

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MSc or PhD candidate intern

Machine learning algorithms and systems

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Master’s student or intern

Efficient deep-learning models for speech recognition

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Master’s student

Modeling 3D genome structure from Hi-C data with deep learning

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Master’s student or intern

Toward ML-based database tuning and optimization

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Master’s student or intern

Accurate deep learning inference using computational memory

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Master’s student or intern

Machine learning / deep learning

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PhD candidate

Photonic synaptic signal processor

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Master’s student

Manipulating heat transport in quantum materials: Using novel physics to find materials for thermal management

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Hydrodynamic transport of heat and charge

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PhD candidate on an ITN project

Atom / molecule manipulation

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Software engineer

Blockchain systems

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Post-doctoral researcher or research scientist

Blockchain & applied cryptography

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PhD candidate

Quantum electronics: Gate-based sensing of spin qubits

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PhD candidate

Quantum electronics: Multi-qubit gates for the efficient exploration of Hilbert space with superconducting qubit systems

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PhD candidate

Quantum electronics: Charge noise and coherence of hole spins in group-IV QD devices

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PhD candidate

Quantum electronics: Understanding and engineering microscopic sources of noise in solid-state quantum devices

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Master’s student

Modelling the stochastic evolution of B cells

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