Internships with Submission Deadline
All the internship offers below will be evaluated taking into
account the profile of the candidate and the adequacy of his/her past
experience to the tasks to perform, academic record,
references, and a possible personal interview which the candidate may
be asked to perform. Please remember to quote the reference
identifier of the grant in the description of research interests of
the application form.
Please remember that there is also the possibility of using the open submission
- All the applications will have to be submitted through the application form web page.
- All the applications for each internship call will be evaluated
according to the same criteria.
- The candidates will be evaluated by an internal committee of the
IMDEA Software Institute.
- Selected candidates will be supervised by a researcher of the
IMDEA Software Institute or, when appropriate, by an external
researcher appointed by the IMDEA Software Institute. Joint
supervisions are possible.
- Selected candidates will be required to perform the work at
the premises of the IMDEA Software Institute unless explicitly
- Selected candidates will be required to issue a written report
at the end of the grant, signed by the grant holder and his / her
supervisor(s), describing the initial goals of the task, the degree
to which they were accomplished, and the results obtained.
- Unjustified lack of results or unfulfillment of commitments may
cause the termination of the fellowship.
- The fellowships are not compatible with any other grant,
unless explicitly stated otherwise.
List of Currently Open Internship Offers
None offered at the moment.
List of Closed Internship Offers
- Fellowship reference: 2012-R1. Closing date: January 5th,
- We are looking for an intern to work on the Extension of an
assertion language with global assertions in the realm of the
language. The conditions for this fellowship are:
- The estimated length of the fellowship will be twelve
- The stipend will be 1000€ gross per month.
- Candidates should hold an undergraduate degree in
Computer Science or a closely related discipline at the time of
closing the grant application period.