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Science Internship

Organization Amazon


Contact person

Siamak Rajabi
[email protected]

Position Title Science Internship

Internship for Operations Research (System Dynamics)

Position Description

Are you a MS or PhD student interested in a 2019 Graduate Research Internship in the fields of System Dynamics?

Do you enjoy diving deep into world’s largest supply chain processes and coming up with insights that improve the lives of people in a meaningful way? 

Do you want to prove the power of System Dynamics in solving real world problems?

If this describes you, come join our research teams at Amazon. As a Graduate Research Intern, you will have access to large datasets to build large-scale system Dynamics.  You will analyze and model to solve real-world problems and translate business and functional requirements into quick prototypes or proofs of concept.
We are looking for smart scientists capable of using a variety of domain expertise with focus on modeling complex dynamic systems that models behavior of process, systems and people inside and outside of organization. and implement state-of-the-art solutions for never-before-solved problems.

Our research teams are using expertise across various science-focused disciplines such as Data science, Operational Research, Statistics, forecasting to convert requirements into concrete deliverables.

Internships last 12-20 weeks and start early summer. In order to be considered for an internship you must be enrolled at a university and plan to return for additional school terms prior to graduating. Otherwise, please check out our full time openings if you are graduating within the next year.

Basic Qualifications 

Enrolled in a Ph.D. degree in Operations Research, Statistics, or related fields.

Have done System Dynamics related courses and  worked on at least one practical projects.

Expert on querying large data

Understanding the theory and practice of designing experiments and statistical analysis of results

 Edited by BB 04-18-19