Bell Labs Seoul seeks to hire a graduate student as a summer intern who will work on 'Computational Modeling and Simulation of the Smart Power Grid' in summer 2011 as a part of Gachon Energy Research Institute (GERI) ? Bell Labs Smart Grid Research Program. Successful applicant should be a graduate student, studying toward Ph.D. or M.S. degree in science or engineering discipline, in a degree granting institution. Knowledge and experience in electric power grid engineering is a plus but not required. Bell Labs Seoul strives to work with talented graduate students in the summer with solid background and broad interests as opposed to specific subject training or experience. The duration of this employment will be 8-10 weeks starting in June, 2011. This position is supported by GERI ? Bell Labs Smart Grid Research Program.
Successful applicants generally have the following backgrounds and experiences:
? Ph.D. or M.S. students in Electrical Engineering, Applied or Computational Mathematics, Physics, Computer Science, Operations Research, or closely related field;
? Record of academic excellence;
? Experience developing prototype algorithms in Python and C or C++ in a Unix environment;
? Effective written and verbal communication skills in English, with the ability to clearly communicate technical details to mentors and peers
Job Application Submission
Date: June 3rd, 2011
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Bell Labs Seoul is the newest facility, among 8 different Bell Labs locations in the world, located in Sang-Am DMC area in Seoul. Bell Labs, the R&D division of Alcatel-Lucent is the leading source of new communications technologies and services. It has generated more than 30,000 patents since 1925 and has played a pivotal role in inventing or perfecting key communications technologies, including transistors, digital networking and signal processing, lasers and fiber-optic communications systems, communications satellites, and cellular telephony. Bell Labs scientists have received 13 Nobel Prizes in Physics, nine U.S. National Medals of Science and eight U.S. National Medals of Technology. The broad range of disciplines at Bell Labs enables our researchers to solve complex problems, and along with Bell Labs’ global presence, gives us the ability to approach these problems from a variety of angles and with a wealth of experience. For more information about Bell Labs, visit its Web site at http://www.bell-labs.com/
GERI was founded in 2005 as a Research and Development Center for next generation Smart Grid technologies. The institution is organized with professors of Kyungwon University and local and global energy experts under an R&D consortium that is in result of introducing a differentiated in R&D power. GERI is a leading R&D center in Smart Grid area where is served from basic science research to its commercialization.