University of Montpellier - LIRMM Lab
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LIRMM – Laboratory of Informatics, Robotics, and Microelectronics of Montpellier is a 350-person cross-faculty research entity of the University of Montpellier and the CNRS. LIRMM research activities cover a broad range of topics, including: design and verification of integrated, mobile and communicating systems, modeling of complex systems, research on algorithms, bioinformatics, human-machine interaction, robotics, database, distributed systems, AI, knowledge engineering and more. Since 2008, LIRMM has been involved in more than 40 EU projects). LIRMM obtained A+ during the HCERES 2010 & 2014 evaluations. In addition, LIRMM has chosen health, agriculture and environmental sciences as priority domains of application for its research in Informatics and Robotics.
Between 6/17/24 and 8/31/24. Please, note that the lab will be closed from 7/29/24 to 8/16/24.
Up to $7,500.
Grant recipients will be required to submit a three-page report within two weeks after their return.
Recipients for this internship must be enrolled at Stanford the quarter following the completion of the project for which they received funding. Thus, students who wish to pursue a fellowship the summer after their senior year may do so, but only if they apply for and receive permission from the University Registrar to enroll for a “graduation quarter” for the summer quarter. More information on graduation quarters can be found here.
This internship aims to explore the applicability of explainable AI techniques in system microarchitecture design to help understand the impact of known architecture parameters on key performance indicators (KPIs), such as the response time and power consumption.
Undergraduate students (Freshman/Sophomore/Junior/Senior).
English is spoken in the lab. French is helpful, but not required.
This internship is open to undergraduate students at any level (Freshman to Senior level). This internship is particularly well suited for students with a background in computer science, AI, probabilistic analysis, and computer engineering, motivation and curiosity.
Applicants should submit the following documents:
- Application form
- Itemized budget
- Letter to be addressed to the France-Stanford Center Director describing your research interests and why you are applying for the position. Please explain the nature of your background and skills in computer science, AI, and computer engineering. Where and how did you acquire the relevant training? Are there particular courses you took, particular research projects you pursued, etc.? (1 page, ~ 800 words)
- Recommendation letter from the applicant’s advisor, discussing the applicant and the merits of the proposed visit (1 page). Request this recommendation on your application form
- Applicant’s resume (1 page)
- Unofficial Stanford transcript
Isabelle Collignon, francestanford [at] stanford.edu (francestanford[at]stanford[dot]edu)