Spring Research Internship applications are currently open at the Center for Global Security Research (CGSR) at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. The current call is for internships during the Spring semester, and is open until Friday, November 30th.
This is a paid internship in Livermore, CA, working with the center’s director and fellows on projects related to international security and technology. In addition to assisting with ongoing projects,interns will also conduct individual research in relation with their interests and expertise. Applications accepted from current or recent students at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. Bachelors, masters and PhD candidates and recent degree recipients are welcome to apply. The typical internship length is three months (roughly the length of a semester), though there is some flexibility.
The broad array of potential topics include: deterrence, diplomacy, dual-use technologies, arms control, nonproliferation, peacekeeping, terrorism, energy security, nuclear security, cybersecurity, biological and chemical security, artificial intelligence, and the strategic repercussions of current and emerging technologies. Work also focuses on Russia, China, North Korea, Southeast Asia, the Middle East, Europe, and the politics of these countries and regions as they relate to international security. There are opportunities to do work across several topic areas. Students with technical or social science or regional expertise are welcome to apply. Those interested can learn more about the center and its research areas here: https://cgsr.llnl.gov/ .
Applications for this round will be reviewed on a rolling basis until the November 30th deadline. Interested applicants should submit their applications through the link above at their soonest possibility.