2014學生暑期國際交流計畫

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Intel-NTU Connected Context Computing Center

As the Internet, in due course, developed, more and more computing devices became connected, in particular mobile devices. The Internet of Things (IoT) is emerging and well underway, and the majority of internet traffic will be dominated by things rather than by computers built to fit the needs of humans. Scientists, entrepreneurs and innovators are seeking to make the world a better place by addressing real and demanding problems by leveraging the Internet of Things.

 

Intel-NTU Connected Context Computing Center (http://ccc.ntu.edu.tw) conducts cutting edge theoretic and applied research into the Internet of Things in well-equipped facilities, National Taiwan University, with top-notch professors and researchers in the heart of Taipei. Summer interns will work with university faculty, scientists and researchers who guide through the summer experience, and essentially receive considerable direction from their supervisors. The internship is intended to motivate students both domestic and overseas to explore machine-to-machine (M2M) and IoT research, and the goal is to help students understand challenges and opportunities in incorporating everything around us into the Internet of Things which collectively improve our daily lives in all aspects.

Patrick Chiang, UW (2013) Best Demo Award at the 18th Mobile Computing Workshop Faculty, scientists, researchers, and staffs line-up 2014 Intel-NTU Connected Context Computing Center Retreat

 

Research Themes:

- Crowdsourcing and Big Data Analytics  

- Security and Privacy in M2M Communications

- Green Sensing Platforms and Connectivity Management

- Smart Home, Smart Agriculture, and Intelligent Transportation Systems

Eligibility:

This program, running from June 30 to August 15, 2014, is open to all qualified undergraduate and graduate students and is committed to addressing diversity in M2M/IoT research. Hands-on software/hardware development, prototyping skills, self-motivated character, and fluency in English are a bonus.

Mentorship:

In addition to being under supervision of a professor/researcher, be matched with a postdoctoral research fellow to guide you through day-to-day activities, professional, social, community, networking or otherwise.

Schedule:

2014/3/31: Application Due

2014/4/15: Early Decision & Technical Phone Screen

2014/5/15: Final Decision

2014/6/30: Onboard

2014/8/15: SHOWTIME

HOW TO APPLY:

Please send your

(1) Application Form (Click here to download),

(2) Statement of Purpose,

(3) Transcript,

(4) Letter of Recommendation (It may be submitted separately. Students in a graduate degree must submit a letter of recommendation from a faculty advisor.) ,

(5) Certificate of Student Status,

(6) Certificate of Proficiency in English,

(7) Curriculum Vitae, and supplementary materials, if applicable, in the form of FirstName.LastName_FormNumber.pdf as an archive under a name of FirstName.LastName.zip by email with subject title “[APPLY] 2014 Intel-NTU Internship – FirstName LastName” to event [at] ccc.ntu.edu.tw