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Summer Internships in Cryptography

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15 December 2010

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Cryptography has quickly become a central and popular theme within degree programmes at the University of Bristol.  Funded in part by research projects, the cryptography research group is offering several "internships" for summer 2010/11 fro Bristol undergraduate students.  The idea is that over the two month summer vacation period, students will work on selected topics within the research projects. This work will be paid at roughly 250 UKP per-week, and will be supported by close interaction with academic and research staff within the group.

This is an exciting opportunity for top class, penultimate year (i.e., 3rd year MEng/MSci or 2nd year BSc) students to get a head start on individual projects; we intend to favour those pursuing cryptography related individual projects, or PhD-level study.

Interested applicants should visit the research group web-page to get an idea of the current group interests; for more information or to make an application, send a short one page "project proposal" (or outline of interests) to Nigel Smart or drop into MVB-3.22 to discuss ideas.