Terms and Dates:

  • Summer 2023

Cornell Affiliations:

Cornell Tech

Off-campus partner:

Technion Israel Institute of Technology

This Opportunity is Currently in Draft


Opportunity Description

The Jacobs Technion-Cornell Institute at Cornell Tech invites qualified Technion undergraduate and graduate students to apply for an exciting opportunity to work with the world class faculty of Cornell Tech. The program connects students of the Technion with Cornell Tech/Jacobs faculty who seek short-term interns to assist in research on a variety of faculty-led projects, while also providing meaningful academic and rich cultural experiences for the students. Student researchers have been known to publish with their research group and some have even appointed their faculty mentors as co-advisors for their studies at the Technion!

The summer 2023 program runs from Aug 5 through October 13. Participants will arrive into NYC on Aug 5  In a typical week, a student researcher will spend most of his/her time doing hands-on research directed by their mentor, participate in lab meetings and other academic activities, attend Jacobs-hosted workshops, and check-in with the Jacobs NYC Summer Program co-directors. Students may also choose to participate in optional social activities that occur on and off campus. 

This opportunity is full-time for the duration of the summer program and all participants will be paid a standard hourly rate. Travel and visas are provided, but participants are responsible for acquiring and maintaining housing. 

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About the Jacobs Institute

The Jacobs Institute is the academic partnership between Cornell University and the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology on the Cornell Tech campus. The Jacobs Institute fosters radical experimentation at the intersection of research, education, and entrepreneurship. Its mission is to transform key industries through technological innovation, deep-tech startups, and uniquely skilled talent. 

The Jacobs Institute offers three master’s programs in Connective Media, Health Tech, and Urban Tech. The programs equip students to take on complex, real-world challenges through interdisciplinary, domain-focused work, and students receive dual degrees from the Technion and Cornell. Recent PhD graduates work through the Jacobs Runway Startup Postdoctoral Program to apply their knowledge as they lead teams and build companies in industries critical to the 21st century.