The group will again offer an 8-week paid summer internship to work on developing a cloud-based solution for high-throughput data management. This position is only available to current University of Manchester students in their penultimate year of study.
The role will sit alongside PhD and postdoctoral staff in the group, to work on an existing basic method to store and query experimental data produced in the lab. It requires a familiarity with experimental data, the concept of metadata, and python programming.
Further details and the application form can be found at https://careerconnect.manchester.ac.uk/leap/jobSearch.html?id=25265&service=Careers+Service
Details about the scheme are available at https://www.manchester.ac.uk/study/undergraduate/teaching-learning/methods-materials/research/.
A student experience intership is available in the group for a period of 8 weeks over summer 2021. This paid position is available to any Manchester undergraduate student who is not currently in their final year. They are designed to provide experience of academic research to undergraduates who are considering this as a career choice, and will involve a real research project working alongside PhD and postdoctoral level researchers.
This project “Making Nanomaterial Data Public: An Open-Source Toolbox” will build on our new nanomaterials database to explore how to best make this data open-source, to be used for materials research or data-science applications. It would suit students interested in data science and nanotechnology and with some ability in python/jupyter.
For more information including an application pack, see https://careerconnect.manchester.ac.uk/leap/jobSearch.html?id=1715&service=Careers+Service