Internships

 

C4T occasionally hosts internships (usually for undergraduate or graduate students studying a Chemical Engineering or Engineering programme). If you are interested in applying for an internship with us, in the first instance please send your CV and a brief description of why you are interested in an internship with C4T to recruitment@cares.cam.ac.uk.

 

Current internship opportunities:

The World Avatar Project (Chemical Engineering background): We are looking for a third or fourth year Chemical Engineering student to work on our World Avatar project. The successful applicant should have some understanding of chemical process modelling tools such as Aspen or HYSYS and process flow diagrams. see more

The World Avatar Project (Computer Science background): We are looking for a third or fourth year Computer Science student to work on our World Avatar project. The successful applicant should have some understanding of object-oriented programming languages (Java), scripting languages (Python) and IDEs (NetBeans, Eclipse). see more

Chemical Engineering Internship: We are looking for a third or fourth year Chemical Engineering student to work on our J-Park Simulator project. The successful applicant will develop mathematical systems/models for the chemical industry and utilities companies, create semantic representations of data, models and algorithms, and design and develop executable programs and browser based applications. see more

Programming Internship: We are looking for a third or fourth year student to work on our J-Park Simulator project. The successful applicant will develop mathematical systems/models for at least two typical processes on Jurong Island, create semantic representations of data, models and algorithms, and design and develop executable programs and browser based applications. see more

Research Analyst Internship: We are looking for a motivated, energetic and curious individual who has an interest in alternative finance markets and data in the APAC region, to support research into greater understanding of the impact of economic, social and technological trends on business and operating models in financial services ecosystems. see more

 

Read more here about what it’s like to do an internship at CARES:

Steven Pratama and Adarsh Arun, interns in 2018

Anira Perera, intern in 2017

Yehia Amar, intern in 2017

 

Studentships

 

Cambridge CARES hosts PhD students from our partner institutions (University of Cambridge, National University of Singapore and Nanyang Technological University). If you are interested in completing your PhD through Cambridge CARES, please get in touch with us at recruitment@cares.cam.ac.uk.