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Telefonica Research in Barcelona is hiring interns!
Telefonica Research is a leading industrial research lab based in Barcelona (Spain). At Telefonica Research, we follow an open research model in collaboration with Universities and other research institutions, promoting the dissemination of scientific results both through publications in top-tier peer-reviewed international journals and conferences and technology transfer. Our multi-disciplinary and international team counts 15 full time researchers, holding PhD degrees in various disciplines of computer science and electrical engineering.
We are seeking candidates for an internship position with duration of 6 months. We will consider profiles with expertise in some or all of the following areas, as well as strong coding skills:
- Machine Learning, Deep Learning - Speech and Natural Language Processing - Information Retrieval - Mobile computing - Mobile, Wifi and network analytics/protocols
Barcelona(1) is a modern capital city of 4.7 million people and the sixth-most populous urban area in the Europe. It is the home of many points of interest declared as World Heritage Sites by UNESCO (e.g., Sagrada Familia, Palau de la Musica Catalana, Park Guell), but also the birthplace for great minds like Antoni Gaudi, Joan Miro, Lluis Domenech i Montaner, Josep Carreras, Pasqual Maragall, and many more. Barcelona offers a unique combination of landscapes and weather, coupled with exquisite gastronomical experiences that are the result of blend of heritage, produce, terroir, tradition, creativity, and innovation.
To apply for a position at Telefonica Research Barcelona, please submit your application here: http://tidhiring.pdi.tid.es/ and mention in your cover letter that you are applying for the "FastMode" project.
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