Wolfram, creator of Mathematica, Wolfram|Alpha and the Wolfram Language, has an exciting opportunity available for an intern to join our Numerics team this spring. This is a paid, part-time internship working 15–25 hours per week, with the possibility to extend into the summer with full-time hours.
Our Numerics team is working on Mathematica's differential equation solver NDSolve and needs the help of an intern for the project. The goal is to develop a proof concept of how to run the Mathematica finite element method on a cluster.
The ideal candidate will have an understanding of linear algebra and be familiar with programming in the Wolfram Language. Having used the finite element method is a plus, but not a must. Much of the Numerics team is remote, so we are looking for an intern who is responsible, reliable and self-sufficient.
Location: Champaign, IL, or remote
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Is it possible to apply from outside the US?
Good Morning Daniel,
Yes, we accept candidates located outside the U.S.