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Minority Serving Institutions Partnership Program (MSIPP)

2017 Summer Internship Opportunities

About MSIPP

The Minority Serving Institutions Partnership Program (MSIPP) has been created and designed to increase the numbers of minorities with science and engineering experience in areas important to the success of the DOE-Office of Environmental Management (EM) mission. MSIPP will provide financial assistance for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) activities at Minority Serving Institutions (MSI) engaged in research and related STEM efforts supporting EM’s needs. It will support collaborations between MSIs and DOE laboratories. Minority Serving Institutions are institutions of higher education enrolling populations with significant percentages of undergraduate minority students.

Eligible Schools

Eligibility requires candidates to be currently enrolled as a full-time undergraduate or graduate student at an accredited Minority Serving Institution (MSI).

Additional Requirements

  • Be a US citizen
  • Be working toward a degree in STEM (Science, technology, engineering, or mathematics)
  • Have a minimum undergraduate or graduate GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale
  • Pass a drug test upon selection

When

  • 10 weeks in duration, start times vary between May 15 & June 5.

Deadline

  • March 27, 2017
  • Selections are made on a rolling basis, to increase your chance of being offered an internship, apply early! See individual internships below for additional application details.

Salary

  • Selected candidates will be compensated by either a stipend or salary, and may include one round trip domestic travel to and from the host laboratory. Stipends and salaries will be commensurate with cost of living at the location of the host laboratory. Housing information will be provided to interns prior to arrival at the host laboratory, and will vary from lab to lab.

Applications

  • Only completed and submitted applications will be eligible for consideration. Submit early while all internships are available! Candidates are encouraged to apply to all positions for which they are qualified and interested!

Locations

Internships

Argonne National Laboratory (ANL)

Thermal Stress Physiological Monitoring

DOE-MSIPP-17-2-ANL

The successful candidate will be a current undergraduate or graduate student in Biology, Health Science or Industrial Hygiene or related discipline.

Desirable skills include: Physiology, Mathematics, and knowledge of computer software packages (Microsoft).

The project focus is Heat Stress evaluation and may require environmental conditions to be monitored as well as the physiological response (heart rate and temperature) of workers.   This project will collect information on a variety of workplace conditions throughout Argonne National Laboratory on conditions where workers are exposed to heat stress.

Quantifying Feedbacks and Uncertainties of Biogeochemical Processes in Earth System Models

DOE-MSIPP-17-3-ANL

The successful candidate will be a current undergraduate or graduate student in Soil Science, Environmental Science, Geographic Information System or Geospatial Science.

Desirable skills include: Knowledge of spatial statistics and geospatial modeling.

The student will participate in a DOE funded project, "Quantifying feedbacks and uncertainties of biogeochemical processes in Earth System Models".

ESH Systems Support

DOE-MSIPP-17-4-ANL

The successful candidate will be a current undergraduate in Mathematics, Statistics, Computer Science, or related field.

The Training and Safety Information (TSI) Group designs, maintains, and manages a large portfolio of environment, safety, and health (ESH) related business systems and applications. Opportunities exist within the group to help strengthen the portfolio, including data cleanup, data migration, enhancement prioritization, and release testing.

Metal Oxides Deposition by Atomic Layer Deposition for Gas Sensor

DOE-MSIPP-17-5-ANL

The successful candidate will be a current undergraduate or graduate student in Materials Science, Materials Science Engineering, Environmental Health, Nanotechnology, or related field.

Desirable skills include: SEM experience.

The research project will focus on incorporating atomic layer deposition to fabricate gas sensors based on carbon nanotubes and ultranano crystalline diamond. Specifically this will involve learning basic chemistry for atomic layer deposition, the optical lithography and e-beam lithography, deposition process optimization, and process characterization (SEM, TEM, XRD).

Reducing Mercury Exposures from Artisanal Gold Shops

DOE-MSIPP-17-6-ANL

The successful candidates (four internships) will be current undergraduate or graduate students in Environmental Science, Technology, and/or Engineering concepts -- such as Environmental Chemistry (Geochemistry, Atmospheric Chemistry); or Biochemistry/Human Health and Risk Assessment; or Technology Concepts for reducing contaminant concentrations in air, water, or soil; or sensing technology (e.g., used in mobile devices to monitor environmental/health conditions).

Desirable skills include: Ability to pursue, critically review, and synthesize information; strong data integration and writing skills; familiarity with biology/biochemistry, human health, environmental chemistry, environmental engineering.

The research project will focus on searching scientific and engineering literature for information about best practices for reducing mercury releases to air during the processing of gold from artisanal and small-scale gold mining (conducted in >55 countries, producing ~20% of gold supply) – with an emphasis on mercury capture devices for gold shops (piloted in Brazil and Peru).

Consolidated Storage of Spent Nuclear Fuel

DOE-MSIPP-17-7-ANL

The successful candidates (four internships) will be current undergraduate or graduate students familiar with Environmental Science, Technology, and/or Engineering concepts -- such as Environmental Chemistry (Geochemistry, Atmospheric Chemistry); or Biochemistry/Human Health and Risk Assessment; or technology concepts for reducing contaminant concentrations in air, water, or soil; or sensing technology (e.g., used in mobile devices to monitor environmental/health conditions).

Desirable skills include: Ability to pursue, critically review, and synthesize information; strong data integration and writing skills; familiarity with biology/biochemistry, human health, environmental chemistry, environmental engineering.

The research project will focus on searching scientific and engineering literature for information about environmental considerations that will be important to siting and constructing a new facility to store radioactive spent fuel from nuclear power plants (which is currently being stored at individual commercial reactor sites across the country).

Idaho National Laboratory (INL)

Data Analysis and Computational Modeling for Waste Vitrification

DOE-MSIPP-17-1-INL

The successful candidate will be a current undergraduate or graduate student in a science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) discipline. Educational background in Mathematics, Physics, Computer Science or Engineering (preferably Mechanical or Chemical Engineering).

Desirable skills include: Strong communications skills, such as communications, science writing and web design.

This research project will engage an outstanding engineering student with strong computational skills to work with an international team of recognized experts on the development of a multiphysics model of a waste glass melter. This work addresses a problem of national importance to remediate legacy tank waste at the Hanford site.

Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL)

Hazardous Materials Management Internship

DOE-MSIPP-17-1-LANL

The successful candidate will be a rising senior or graduate student in Chemistry, Nuclear Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Physics, Mathematics, Statistics, or related field.

Desirable skills include: Analytical lab experience, instrumentation, English writing, presentation, persuasion, and diplomacy.

Chemical and radioactive waste management, integrating safety basis, criticality, configuration management, shipping and receiving of nuclear material and waste. This internship will provide the opportunity to experience myriad disciplines and topics.

Earth and Environmental Sciences Internship

DOE-MSIPP-17-2-LANL

The successful candidate will preferably be a current graduate student (an undergraduate student is acceptable as long as the candidate is trained in the field of Chemistry) in Chemistry or a field related to Chemistry.

Desirable skills include: Skills in analytical chemistry. Wet chemistry lab experience is preferable. Understanding ICP-MS, or OES is a plus.

The student will support the ongoing Environment Project in Earth Systems Observations (EES-14). He/she will conduct water sample preparation and analysis of major cation or trace metal element in a wet chemistry lab located in GGRL building.

Computer Science Internship

DOE-MSIPP-17-3-LANL

The successful candidate will be a current undergraduate or graduate student working on a degree in Computer Science.

Desirable skills include: Experience using Microsoft Hololens and Unity Software. Work with computer vision is a plus.

A primary concern for the Department of Energy - Environmental Management mission is ensuring that critical infrastructure maintains its structural integrity over the course of many years. If the structural integrity of holding tanks, pipe lines, pressure vessels or other key infrastructure is compromised the result could be the unintended release of dangerous waste or chemicals into the environment. The impact of such a release include damage to the environment, health hazards for humans, and a degradation in the public trust of the DOE.

Earth and Environmental Sciences Internship

DOE-MSIPP-17-4-LANL

The successful candidate will be a current graduate student in Math, Computer Science, Engineering, Earth and Environmental Sciences, or related field.

Desirable skills include: Computer programming skills.

This project is concerned with developing uncertainty quantification methods for groundwater remediation problems that are relevant for environmental management. We will explore the use of LANL's High Performance and Quantum computing (D-Wave) resources to address the convergence of Bayesian sampling methods.

Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL)

Biomolecular Mechanism of Mercury Transformations in Contaminated Systems

DOE-MSIPP-17-1R-ORNL

The successful candidates (two internships) will be current undergraduate or graduate students in Microbiology, Biochemistry, Biology, Biogeochemistry, or related field.

The project will focus on conducting laboratory scale and meso-scale experiments to evaluate the performance of sorbents to limit the release of mercury from contaminated soils and sediments. Specifically this will involve data collection and analysis, interpretation, and publication of experimental results.

Mercury Sulfide Mineral and Borosilicate Glass Environmental Transformations

DOE-MSIPP-17-2R-ORNL

The successful candidates (two internships) will be current undergraduate or graduate students in Geochemistry, Chemistry, Environmental Science, Geology, Soil Chemistry, or related field.

The student will lab scale experiments focused on the formation of Zn and Hg sulfide crystals in static experiments over a range of geochemical conditions. Responsibilities include data collection and analysis, interpretation, and publication of experimental results.

Field Characterization of Mercury Transport and Surface Water-Hyporheic Zone Exchange

DOE-MSIPP-17-3-ORNL

The successful candidate will be a current undergraduate student in Hydrology, Hydrologic Science, Environmental Engineering, Geophysics, Geochemistry, Environmental Science, Water Resource Science, or related field.

The goal of the proposed work is to quantify water and mercury (Hg) sources and fluxes from contaminated creek hyporheic zone (HZ) sediments to the overlying surface water in the East Fork Poplar Creek (EFPC).

Field Characterization of Mercury Transport and Surface Water-Hyporheic Zone Exchange

DOE-MSIPP-17-4-ORNL

The successful candidate will be a current graduate student in Hydrology, Hydrologic Science, Environmental Engineering, Geophysics, Geochemistry, Environmental Science, Water Resource Science, or related field.

The goal of the proposed work is to quantify water and mercury (Hg) sources and fluxes from contaminated creek hyporheic zone (HZ) sediments to the overlying surface water in the East Fork Poplar Creek (EFPC).

Hg Release From Creek Bank Soils and Engineered Sorbents

DOE-MSIPP-17-5-ORNL

The successful candidate will be a current undergraduate in Environmental Engineering, Geochemistry, Chemistry, Environmental Science, Geology, Soil Chemistry, or related field.

The project focus is remediation of diffuse mercury source zones poses a unique challenge at a wide range of the 3000 mercury-contaminated sites globally. The existence of diffuse sources is particularly challenging in remediating a low-order stream system (i.e., East Fork Poplar Creek [EFPC]) located in Oak Ridge, Tennessee.

Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL)

Mobility and Fate of Contaminants of Concern

DOE-MSIPP-17-1-PNNL

The successful candidate will be a current undergraduate or graduate student and have completed basic chemistry courses and have experience with basic chemistry practices, such as measuring pH.

Desirable skills include: Geosciences courses, mechanical pipette, data processing, quality control, detailed and readable note taking, time management, experience with batch and/or column experiments, maintenance of QA/QC documents, glassware maintenance, SigmaPlot, multi-tasking and lab housekeeping.

The laboratory-based research involves experiments conducted to evaluate the processes that control the release and mobility of contaminants and their interactions with minerals, soils and sediments.

Numerical Modeling/Programming for Subsurface Sciences

DOE-MSIPP-17-2-PNNL

The successful candidates (two internships) will be current undergraduate or graduate students with computer programming skills in python, fortran95, or C/C++, matlab, scilab or other programming package.

Desirable skills include: Familiarity with geosciences preferred plus Computer programming, code compiling, unix/linux, and GPA of 3.2 or above.

Depending on expertise, the students will be involved with developing and testing codes directed toward subsurface geophysical imaging.

Soil and Groundwater Remediation

DOE-MSIPP-17-3-PNNL

The successful candidate will be a current undergraduate or graduate student in Environmental Studies, Environmental Science, Environmental Engineering, or related field.

Desirable skills include: Environmental Science or Environmental Engineering coursework including laboratory course(s), laboratory experience, and basic laboratory skills.

The project will focus on the remediation of contaminated soil and groundwater. Projects will be focused on technology development on remedial amendment delivery to the subsurface and establish amendment release sources in the target zones.

Compositional Study of the Relative Durability of Various Waste Forms

DOE-MSIPP-17-4-PNNL

The successful candidate will be a current undergraduate or graduate student in Materials Engineering, Chemistry, Earth Sciences, Environmental Sciences, Geological Sciences, or related field. The candidate should have, at a minimum, taken a class in General Chemistry, Geology, or Geochemistry, and the candidate should have taken a course where work in the laboratory was performed. A preference will be given to candidates who have or will be taking an Analytical Chemistry, Physical Chemistry, or Materials Science course. The candidate should be familiar with Microsoft Office

Desirable skills include: Coursework in Chemistry, Geology, or Geochemistry.

In this study, the student will aid in the design of a simulant nuclear waste form and design a set of experiments to understand the role of different components on the relative durability of the waste form in an aqueous environment.

Effects of Cyanide on Iodine, Technetium, and Uranium

DOE-MSIPP-17-5-PNNL

The successful candidate will be a current undergraduate or graduate student in Chemistry, Environmental Science Studies, Geochemistry, or related field.

Desirable skills include: Experience working in a chemistry laboratory, and basic computer skills including familiarity with Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.

Management of contaminant plumes at Hanford site is difficult in part due to the presence of co-mingled contaminants. Cyanide found in groundwater complicates development of the effective remedial approaches, and an understanding of the effects of cyanide on biogeochemical processes driving transformation of other contaminants such as iodine, technetium, and uranium is needed.

Investigation of Technetium in Tank Waste

DOE-MSIPP-17-6-PNNL

The successful candidate will be a current undergraduate or graduate student in Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, Nuclear Engineering, or related field.

Desirable skills include: Experience working in a chemistry laboratory, and basic computer skills including familiarity with Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.

Technetium (Tc), which exists predominately in the liquid supernatant and salt cake fractions of the nuclear tank waste stored at the U.S. DOE Hanford Site, is one of the most difficult contaminants to dispose of and/or remediate.

Investigating Metal Anion Coordination Dynamics in Radioactive Tank Waste

DOE-MSIPP-17-7R-PNNL

The successful candidate will be a current undergraduate or graduate student and have a background in Chemistry, or closely related field.

Desirable skills include: Experience using spectroscopic characterization tools, along with general inorganic chemistry experimental skills required for working with alkaline, concentrated solutions at high temperature and under controlled atmosphere conditions. The candidate should have good communications skills, including scientific writing.

A project is available in the Energy Frontiers Research Center (EFRC) led by Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) focused on interfacial dynamics in radioactive environments and materials (IDREAM). The vision of IDREAM is to master molecular-to-mesoscale chemical and physical phenomena at interfaces in complex environments characterized by extremes in alkalinity and low-water activity and driven far from equilibrium by ionizing (γ,β) radiation.

Transportation of Radiological Waste Slurries

DOE-MSIPP-17-8-PNNL

The successful candidate will be a current rising senior or graduate student in Chemical or Mechanical Engineering with an interest in fluid flows, or closely related field.

Desirable skills include: Current student in Mechanical, Chemical or Aerospace Engineering in their senior or early graduate school studies with an interest in fluid dynamics and completion of the introduction to fluid dynamics and airflow dynamic classes.

The selected candidate will be matched with national experts in pipeline particle deposition who will mentor his/her work. The goal is to benchmark and evaluate recently advanced particle deposition velocity models for use in nuclear and industrial waste and slurry transfer design.

Particle-Filter Interactions in Crossflow Filtration

DOE-MSIPP-17-9-PNNL

The successful candidates (two internships) will be current undergraduate or graduate students in Civil, Environmental, Chemical, or Nuclear Engineering, or related field.

Desirable skills include: Experience operating crossflow filtration systems. Have completed undergraduate fluid dynamics or transport courses.

Crossflow microfiltration using sintered stainless steel filters is used in the concentration and separation of nuclear waste slurries. Optimization of nuclear waste filtration operations could be improved by increasing understanding of how waste solids accumulate on and adhere to the stainless steel filter.

Glass Processing

DOE-MSIPP-17-10-PNNL

The successful candidates (two internships) will be current undergraduate or graduate students in Chemistry, Materials Science, Engineering (Chemical/Mechanical), Physical Sciences, or related field. College chemistry with laboratory experience, computer, scientific (specifically inorganic chemistry techniques in the laboratory), and mathematical skills are essential.

The students will assist a team of researchers with experimental work including glass processing (preparation of experimental glasses), preparation of chemical batches for heat treatments or melting, and preparation of samples for analysis.   Analysis of samples will include optical microscopy with image analysis, thermal analysis by thermal gravimetric methods, scanning electron microscopy (SEM) and X-ray diffraction (XRD).

Presentation of experimental work and data to staff at meetings is required. Student(s) are encouraged to follow up research with a publication.

Computer Science - Software Engineering (2)

DOE-MSIPP-17-11-PNNL

The successful candidates (two internships) will be current undergraduate or graduate students pursuing a degree in Computer Science.

Desirable skills include: Exposure to one or more: PHP, JavaScript (jQuery), Python, HTML5/CSS3, and or Java. General web development and/or testing methods preferred. Exposure or experience with database development using SQL Server or similar. Preferred skills include GIT. Display maturity and high level of professionalism. Exposure or experience problem solving, rapidly learning and adapting in a professional environment. 

The project will focus on scientific problem solving by developing complex computer code. Applicants should have experience using PHP, JavaScript (jQuery), Python, HTML5/CSS3, or Java. Projects will work on optimizing solutions for energy and working with big data.

Savannah River National Laboratory (SRNL)

Virtual / Augmented Reality Software Development for Robotics

DOE-MSIPP-17-1R-SRNL

The successful candidate will be a current rising junior, senior or graduate student in Computer Science, Computer Systems Engineering, or a related field. The candidate must have completed at least one course in a C syntax language such as C, C++, C# or Java.

Desirable skills include: Experience programming in Unreal and experience with Virtual or Augmented Reality Applications.

The project will develop a virtual reality visualization system for use in robotics. The candidate will work as part of a small team to develop software to enable the simulation and visualization of a robotic platform.

Advanced Modeling of Radionuclide Fate and Transport in Soil and Groundwater

DOE-MSIPP-17-2-SRNL

The successful candidate will be a current rising senior or graduate student in Chemical or Environmental Engineering, Environmental Science, Geochemistry, or related field.

Desirable skills include: A strong background in fundamentals of chemical/environmental engineering (fluid flow, transport, mass transfer, thermodynamics, numerical simulation, etc.) and familiarity with uncertainty/error analysis, aqueous chemistry, and/or Python/Fortran programming experience.

The project is in the environmental modeling group at Savannah River National Laboratory will generally involve use of numerical simulation tools to model flow and solute transport phenomena in support of US Department of Energy Performance Assessments of radionuclide waste disposal.

Computational Modeling and Analysis Engineer

DOE-MSIPP-17-3-SRNL

The successful candidate will be a current rising senior or graduate student in Mechanical Engineering, Nuclear Engineering, Chemical Engineering, or related field.

Desirable skills include: Computational skills such as Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) software, ANSYS-FLUENT and academic experience in thermal transport and fluid flow and heat transfer.

The project focus will encompass the computational and data analysis of a fluid flow and heat transfer technology for the nuclear material storage and waste processing facilities at Savannah River Site (SRS).

Summer Chemist

DOE-MSIPP-17-4-SRNL

The successful candidate will be a current undergraduate or graduate student in chemistry, or related field.

Desirable skills include: Completion of instrumental coursework and/or analytical instrument experience and/or scientific programming.

The project will support the Savannah River National Laboratory Analytical Research and Development group. The student will have the opportunity to work with a diverse group of scientists and support personnel and with analytical spectroscopy instrumentation for process control and monitoring.

Summer Intern Chemistry or Biology

DOE-MSIPP-17-5-SRNL

The successful candidate will be a current undergraduate or graduate student in chemistry, biology, environmental science or related field.

Desirable skills include: Computer (Microsoft Power Point, Excel) and lab skills.

The student will support the DoD/SERDP funded project, “Understanding the relationships among low level metal influx, remediated sediments, and biological receptors (Project ER-2427).” The objective of this project is to better understand how ongoing sources of pollution affect treated sediments and to develop technologies to overcome this problem.

Evaluation of Radioactive Standards

DOE-MSIPP-17-6-SRNL

The successful candidate will be a current undergraduate or graduate student and should have at least an introductory background in chemistry, physics, or nuclear engineering.

Desirable skills include: Experience working in a laboratory (such as college-level chemistry lab classes) or with electronics (such as physics lab classes).

The project will involve learning how to operate a variety of radiation detectors, including liquid scintillation counters, and measuring radioactive materials on these instruments.

Radiation Resistant Material and Radiation Sensors

DOE-MSIPP-17-7-SRNL

The successful candidates (two internships) will be current undergraduate or graduate students in a science or engineering field and completed most of their introductory courses. This includes general chemistry, physics, calculus, and/or general engineering courses with their respective labs. Additionally, candidates should have strong oral and written skills and familiar with Microsoft word, excel, and power-point.

Desirable skills include: Lab experience including weighing samples, measuring volumes, using syringes, and recording data is essential to this work. Also, any experience in engineering or building materials.

The students will be investigating various materials for their use in novel radiation resistance and sensing. Tasks include preparing polymer films, foams, and sensors, and characterizing their properties using analytical techniques (e.g. UV-Vis, FTIR) for stability and solubility studies.

Process Engineering Intern

DOE-MSIPP-17-8R-SRNL

The successful candidate will be a current undergraduate student in Chemical Engineering or related field with an interest in computational simulation.

Candidate will need to have completed fundamental chemical engineering (or demonstrated understanding of chemical process flow sheets, chemical thermodynamics, heat and material balances) and differential equations courses.

Desirable skills include: Knowledge of process simulation software such as Aspen, gProms, or Hysys. Advanced mathematics; experience with Linux operating system; and script coding or computer science course.

The student will join a multidisciplinary research and development project team that is developing multi-scale, multi-physics models in order to simulate a chemical precipitation and calcination process and predict product physical characteristics.

Calculation and Improvement of Radiation Holdup Measurements

DOE-MSIPP-17-9-SRNL

The successful candidate will be a current rising sophomore, junior, senior, or graduate student in Computer Science, Physics, Electrical Engineering, Math, or related field.

Desirable skills include: Strong experience with Python, scripting languages, computer vision, and Android app development.

The project will create a series of programs to help auto calculate geometry and improve radiation holdup measurements. These programs will be a series of scripts to convert a photo to a line drawing; to a geometry to a file capable of importing into a radiation physics modeling code.

Evaluation of New Instrument to Measure Low Levels of Radiation in Environmental Samples

DOE-MSIPP-17-10-SRNL

The successful candidate will be a current rising sophomore or higher pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree in Chemistry, Environmental Engineering, Physics, or related field.

Desirable skills include: Chemical laboratory experience.

The project will evaluate an instrument to describe its performance when measuring low-levels of radiation in environmental samples (water).

Android-Based Radiation Measurement and Reporting User Interface Development

DOE-MSIPP-17-11-SRNL

The successful candidate will be a current undergraduate or graduate student in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, or related field. Familiarity with Android application development, Free Software development (the Linux kernel, or any end-user application - such as LibreOffice, Evince, etc.).

Desirable skills include: Android Application development, User Interface Experience, Android Rooting, Replicant, Raspberry Pi, QT, C++, Java.

The project will develop a simple user interface to an autonomous mobile radiation detection and measurement system.

In addition to controlling the instrument the project will collate the data into a standard format and have it transmitted to remote web servers. This will be done via Wi-Fi and/or cellular networks.

Modeling of Radionuclide Fate and Transport in Air Pathways

DOE-MSIPP-17-12R-SRNL

The successful candidate will preferably have a background in Chemical, Mechanical, or Environmental Engineering, Environmental Science, Geochemistry, Materials Science, Chemistry, or a related field.

Desirable skills include: Familiarity with uncertainty/error analysis, and/or Python/fortran programming experience.

The main project for this internship will involve use of the commercial GoldSim Monte Carlo Simulation Software to predict radionuclide transport in air pathways through soil and geosynthetic liners and evaluate uncertainty.

Summer Intern, Information Technology, Data Management

DOE-MSIPP-17-13-SRNL

The successful candidate will be a current undergraduate student in Computer Science Information Technology, Data Management, or other related field.

The project will support the MSIPP Program, and activities will include:

  • Creating/maintaining spreadsheets to support MSIPP financial/budget spending
  • Ensuring data quality, accuracy and completeness of research proposal invoices
  • Enhancing existing data collection, management and analysis systems to streamline implementation of monitoring and evaluation activities