USC/ISI POSITION APPLICATION
FOR USC MS STUDENTS

Current Positionsposition posted within the last two weeks

At this time we are supporting a fully remote interviewing, selection, and work process for these jobs. If you’re interested in a job you see here, please apply! We’ll contact you with more information if your application is selected for an interview.

Please note that to accept a paid student worker position you must be physically located somewhere in the United States. Unpaid Directed Research positions may be filled by students located outside the United States if both student and supervisor agree on a work schedule.

Summer Research Intern - Studying Adversarial Face Images (position # 1059)Apply Now
This position is available immediately.
Posted on April 19, 2021
The computer vision group is looking for a self-motivated student to work on developing cutting-edge algorithms for detecting adversarial face images. The project also includes the development of the backend for a web-based service to showcase the capabilities of the developed algorithms.

* Required Skills:
- Python-based deep learning frameworks (preferably PyTorch)
- Deep learning for computer vision tasks
* Desired Skills:
- Python-flask backend development
- Practical knowledge about adversarial example generation
Research Assistant - Representation Learning - Natural Language Understanding and Knowledge Acquisition (position # 1039)Apply Now
This position is available immediately.
Posted on September 16, 2020
USC ISI - CKG has openings for part-time research assitantship to work in the research area of representation learning for knowledge graphs, natural language understanding, and tabular data processing. The employed trainees are expected to collaborate with faculty members and PhD students to develop *deep learning methods* for automated knowledge acquistion, knowledge alignment, data summarization, processing and understanding content in semi-structured data, or incorporating structured knowledge in NLP tasks. The research assistant should be highly motivated to work on an original research project that is publishable (*as a research paper in a top-tier venue*), should have good proficiency in a deep learning framework such as PyTorch or Tensorflow. Ideally, the candidate is expected to have solid experiences with NLP packages such as Huggingface and AllenNLP, or graph representation learning packages such as DGL. This is a paid position for up to 20 hours per week. Interested applicants please apply though this website, at the same time fill in the questionaire at https://forms.gle/4vfJiFqJg7n8Uodn8

Applications can be submitted year round and will be reviewed on a rolling basis.
Front end developer - Testbed interfaces (position # 1025)Apply Now
This position is available immediately.
Posted on October 11, 2019
This job is to extend the front-end for distributed experiment workflows (dew.isi.edu - feel free to open account and interact with the site). A candidate must have experience doing front-end development and be proficient in Angular, Python, Node.js, with experience in using Github. This position is for 20 hours per week and can be done remotely. When you apply for this position, please provide a link to a web site that you have developed.
Java Programmer -- Center on Knowledge Graphs - Karma (position # 1061)Apply Now
This position is available immediately.
Posted on July 21, 2021
Karma is an data integration tool that enables users to quickly and easily integrate data from a variety of data sources including databases, spreadsheets, delimited text files, XML, JSON, KML and Web APIs. Karma is a popular open source project https://github.com/usc-isi-i2/Web-Karma with a sizable community of users and contributors. The ideal candidate wants to work in an open source project supporting users, and is a Java/Javascript expert that can implement new features in Karma. This is a paid position 10-20 hours per week. You must be an experienced Java programmer for this position.
Web Content Specialist - ISI Website Content (position # 1057)Apply Now
This position is available immediately.
Posted on April 15, 2021
This job is to write the content for the division and research project websites at ISI. A candidate must have proficient writing skills with a strong emphasis on grammar, effective communication skills (both oral and written), recent experience with HTML & CSS, basic graphic editing skills, and experience with the WordPress content management system. Experience in photography (composition and lighting techniques) is desired.

This position is for approximately 20 hours a week and can be performed remotely due to COVID-19. Candidates not graduating this year are preferred. Along with your resume, please supply at least one writing sample and links to websites that you have developed or maintained.