Looking for help with the data science, machine learning, artificial intelligence, or computing part of your research?
An I-DISC Fellow can help!
I-DISC Fellows are advanced doctoral students with expertise in data science, computation, optimization and/or machine learning.
The new I-DISC Fellows program provides a part-time research assistant to help Lehigh faculty with, for example:
Data science / machine learning / artificial intelligence ideas, debugging and design assistance.
Short-term software development or data science projects.
Consulting or preliminary work for a funding proposal.
Assessment or estimate of level of effort for a future funding proposal.
What you get:
Time from a computer science doctoral student, up to 4 weeks @ 20 hours/week effort. No need to advertise or interview candidates.
NONE for Summer 2021! (Fees may be charged to cover the Fellow’s time in future semesters.)
How to apply:
Interested faculty should complete a REQUEST FORM-SUMMER 2021 (starting June 7, 2021) and provide a brief summary of project, time needed and scheduling constraints.
Questions: Please contact any of the I-DISC Leadership Team.
Larry Snyder (email@example.com), Director & Professor, Industrial & Systems Engineering
Kate Arrington (firstname.lastname@example.org), Associate Director, I-DISC & Professor, Psychology
Brian Davison (email@example.com), Associate Director, I-DISC & Professor, Computer Science & Engineering