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Technology Transfer Internship Program

Posted by Valentina Ovasapyan 04/24/2017 [Discuss]

 

Technology Transfer Internship Program – Higher Education Research Experiences at ORNL

 

The program is designed to expose graduate students to the business of technology transfer and intellectual property management at ORNL. It provides students with hands-on experience in technology assessment, marketing, and commercialization. Interns will intern with the ORNL Commercialization Managers in technology transfer full-time during the summer at ORNL, starting mid-May through mid-August 2017. During the internship, the students will participate in small, multi-disciplinary teams on technology transfer projects that may include technology and market assessment and the marketing of technologies for commercialization, and each student will be assigned a specific mentor. The application deadline is May 7th at 11:59 pm ET.

Benefits

·        Stipend: $600/week paid bi-weekly - full-time required

·        $150/week housing allowance for students whose permanent address is 50 miles or more from Oak Ridge

·        One round trip (limited to $500 total) for students whose permanent address is 50 miles or more from Oak Ridge

Eligibility

·        Must be currently pursuing a graduate degree in science, engineering, or business at an U.S. accredited institution of higher education

·        Must be a U.S. Citizen or lawful permanent resident (LPRs are subject to DOE clearance approval for laboratory entry)

·        Must be 18 years of age 

·        Must have a cumulative minimum GPA of 2.5/4.0 -  copy of academic record (official transcript will not be required) showing name, school name, current classes and GPA

·        Must have proof of medical insurance during appointment

·        Successful applicants will be required to sign a non-disclosure agreement before joining the program

·        Submit two references

Selection Criteria

·        Strong technical background in the biological sciences, physical sciences, information technologies, or engineering preferred

·        Enthusiasm and willingness to take on new challenges

·        Ability to meet hard deadlines

·        Excellent communication skills

·        Must have written and verbal fluency in English

·        Demonstrated interest in technology transfer and intellectual property

·        Availability of 40 hours per week at ORNL

Additional information and interview may be required after initial review before selection is made.

Apply here: https://www.zintellect.com/Posting/Details/3257. For more information, visit Science Education Programs at ORNL or contact leslie.fox@orau.org.

 

 

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Computer Science Department

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The Department of Computer Science offers a graduate (MS degree), an undergraduate (BS degree), and a blended (BS+MS degrees) programs of study. These degree programs have been designed to prepare qualified students for careers involving the design of computer systems and their application to science and industry. The programs are structured with a maximum of flexibility to insure that the student has the opportunity to direct his or her studies in the pursuit of the above stated goals. Read More

Department Vision

To be a pre-eminent computer science program that prepares students from diverse backgrounds for productive careers by providing them with a student-centered, practically-focused quality learning experience.

Department Mission

To graduate well educated computer scientists who are prepared to meet the challenges of a rapidly changing, increasingly complex world. Read More

The Bachelor of Science in Computer Science is accredited by the Computing Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org

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