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Rising to the challenges of COVID-19

The COVID pandemic has impacted every aspect of life-how we live, work, and interact. At MERL, we are committed to maintaining our internship program through these challenging times.

MERL continues to actively seek candidates for research internships -- some of the posted positions are immediately available, while others target the summer of 2021. Please consider applying for positions of interest. Our researchers will follow up to schedule an interview by phone or video conference for qualified candidates.

Due to the situation with the COVID-19 pandemic, our current internships are mostly remote. Next summer we hope the situation will be better and our internships will be at MERL, but if it is not, most internships will continue to be remote. However, some of the internships require onsite work. Please check for any specific requirements for onsite work in the job description.

  • CV1552: Multimodal Reasoning

    • MERL is looking for a self-motivated intern to work on problems at the intersection of video understanding, audio processing, and language models. The ideal candidate would be a PhD student with a strong mathematical background in machine learning and computer vision. The candidate must have prior experience in using deep learning methods for image and video representations (such as using scene graphs) and deep audio analysis (such as source separation, localization, etc.). Proficiency in Python and flexibility in using different deep learning software (especially Pytorch) is expected. The intern is expected to collaborate with computer vision and speech teams at MERL to develop algorithms and prepare manuscripts for scientific publications. The internship is for 3 months with flexible start date. This internship is preferred to be onsite at MERL, but may be done remotely where you live if the COVID pandemic makes it necessary.

    • Research Areas: Artificial Intelligence, Computer Vision, Machine Learning, Speech & Audio
    • Host: Anoop Cherian
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  • SA1469: Audio source separation and sound event detection

    • We are seeking multiple graduate students interested in helping advance the fields of source separation, speech enhancement, and sound event detection/localization in challenging multi-source and far-field scenarios. The intern will collaborate with MERL researchers to derive and implement new models and optimization methods, conduct experiments, and prepare results for publication. The ideal candidate would be a senior Ph.D. student with experience in audio signal processing, microphone array processing, probabilistic modeling, and deep learning techniques requiring minimal supervision (e.g., unsupervised, weakly-supervised, self-supervised, or few shot learning). The expected duration of the internship is 3-6 months and start date is flexible.

    • Research Areas: Machine Learning, Speech & Audio
    • Host: Gordon Wichern
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