THE QCRI 2017 SUMMER INTERNSHIP PROGRAM
Each year, Qatar Computing Research Institute organizes a summer internship program for undergraduate students studying computer science, computer engineering, and other disciplines.
This year’s Summer Internship program is a 7-week program, and will run from May 07, 2017 to June 22, 2017.
Attention Qatar University Student: Please contact Dr. Eman Fituri email@example.com for an alternate internship schedule
Applications are accepted between March 12 and March 31, 2017
Read the projects listed below, and select the two research areas that interest you the most.
Fill out the internship application form.
Upload your resume here. Make sure to select “Summer Internship Position”
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