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Intel Middle East Research

Internship Program

Intel: 43 years of innovation

We are the world’s leading silicon innovator with nearly 80,000 employees, 300 facilities in 50 countries, and $40billion in revenues

Opportunities for Growth

Areas of Excellence

Ultra Low-Cost PC









internship program overview
Internship Program Overview
  • Intel to host students/researchers from the mid-east @ its campus in Portland, Oregon USA for 1 full year, and visiting professors for up to 3 months
  • Students/Professors get access to needed facilities, training and integrate into Intel R&D programs (with regular Intel employees) under MER program guidelines
  • Intel to sponsor required VISA
  • Internships expected to start July 2011
  • Program started in 2009 and has been running successful for 2 consecutive years.
  • Participants reached 25 students and 7 visiting Professors from 4 countries
  • Current participants are delivering excellent results!
general program guidelines
General Program Guidelines
  • Research Work:
    • Research topics are governed by the terms and conditions articulated in the agreement between Intel & participating University.
    • Open collaborative research only. Results are subject to open domain publication. No IP filing.
    • Abide by the Intel confidentiality agreements and guidelines
  • Life in the US:
    • Selected students will be given a salary as an Intel Intern.
    • They will be connected with services for options and assistance on airfare, housing, transportation etc. while traveling to & from the US.
    • Rich cultural experience component to the internship
    • Abide by all Federal/State laws and Intel Code of Conduct and employment guidelines
Research Areas

Energy Efficiency

System Power Reduction

Circuit/VLSI Design

Sensor Technology

Platform Design

Platform Architecture

Voltage Regulator design

Graphics/Bios S/W

qualification guidelines
Qualification Guidelines
  • Students available from 7/2011 to 7/2012 and full time on the program
  • Graduate students who completed their course work by the start date and are affiliated with Intel partner Universities:
    • KACST – Saudi Arabia, AUB – Lebanon, NU – Egypt, METU – Turkey
  • Students from other universities must go through the research programs at the listed universities
  • GPA >= 3.6 or VG/Excellent grade with honors.
  • Priority for students who intend to continue research work at the above universities after internship is done
  • Pass technical/behavioral interview conducted by University & Intel technical committees
  • Pass general Intel employment, security and export control requirements in the US
  • Send your resume to your local rep by March 12th
  • Screening & Interviews March 12-26th
  • Final Selection by March 30st– Students confirm by April 8th
  • VISA process and travel logistics April - June 2011
  • Arrive to US first half of July 2011