Intership: MITRE Computer Science/Software Engineer

Wednesday, May 01, 2019 – Thursday, August 01, 2019
12:00 pm – 12:00 pm

Ford Island
Lexington Blvd. Building 39, Room 200
Pearl Harbor, Hawaii 96860

What do MITRE Computer Science/Software Engineering Interns do?

Working alongside MITRE engineers or on teams in one of our labs, MITRE Computer Science/Software Engineering Interns supply high-impact consultative software engineering expertise that yield affordable, effective and efficient solutions that address the greatest challenges of our sponsors. They help develop and introduce the latest computing applications—including mobile, help with software performance, and with enterprise integration and workflow solutions.

What are some examples of last year's projects?

Researching tools for symbolic execution that would be applicable to software assurance.
Research and gather information on machine learning/neural networks needed to conduct an experiment in MATLAB on generated data; conduct the experiment and report results.
The development of a cyclostationary signal processing toolbox in the Python language.
Work with deep learning to build an object detection system to process satellite imagery.
Performing a deep analysis of an operational system to understand limitations and weaknesses.
Development of a tool (desktop application) which functions as an internet phone that provides accessible communication for the deaf and hard of hearing community.
Development and maintenance of a tool that discovers potential bugs and other vulnerabilities in a radar.
Working with VR technology to model scenarios in various applications including law enforcement.

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