Computer Science summer and Semester 1 2-21 internship opportunities

Internships enable you to develop connections with prospective employers through a range of practical projects, internships and industry-led teaching.

We have a huge range of internships designed specifically for Computer Science students to gain valuable skills and networks.

Computer Science Summer Internships

  • Website and App Development Summer Internship - Kerry Logistics
    The intern will be working in an inclusive team environment focusing on software and website development. Interns will require to have SQL knowledge and will work with different systems such as development and warehouse management systems for the duration of their internship. Students will participate with individual and project work.
    • Internship begins: Monday 18 January 2021
    • Applications close: 6pm Sunday 10 January 2021.
       
  • The Vault project-Adelaide Fringe's website content - Summer 2021
    Working with guidance from The Digital Project Manager and Lead Developers at Adelaide Fringe, alongside the Head Of Marketing and Digital interns will be required to create a site map of the new Vault website, a redesign of each Vault Page with improved User Experience to navigate the website, consideration for an app and the user interface, consideration for a mobile responsive site
    • Internship begins: Monday 18 January 2021
    • Applications close: 6pm Sunday 10 January 2021.
       
  • Prototyping future features - Myriota MATHS Summer Internship
    Myriota are global leaders in low-cost, low-power, secure direct-to-orbit satellite connectivity for the Internet of Things. Myriota has pioneered a new way to retrieve data from anywhere on earth, either on land or at sea. Leveraging years of customer focused R&D and an extensive suite of patented innovations, Myriota delivers secure, long battery life connectivity. Everywhere. Always. Students will, Analysis/derivation of results expected from new feature trials with Myriota’s satellite communication system, Programming (python/C/C++) as required depending on student Interest/ability, Deploying simulations, experiments, and prototypes, and data gathering, Analysis of gathered data.
    Internship begins: 1 February 2021

Computer Science Semester 1 Internships

  • Building an app – PBA FM
    PBA FM is one of Adelaide’s oldest community radio stations. Situated in Salisbury, South Australia, its footprint stretches from Reynella to Gawler. While PBA FM features programmes on poetry and writing (Well Versed/ Words Out Loud), popular interview programmes like The Kitchen Table and loads of live, local music, what we are best known for is our international, multi-cultural programmes. These foreign language programmes serve 11 communities and currently form the basis of about a quarter of our funding. During this internship you will complete the design, build and testing phases of the App that will be used by the community to listen to the PBA FM Radio station.
    • Internship begins: Monday 1 March 2021
    • Applications close: 6pm Sunday 10 January 2021.
       
  • Data/Product Analyst – PixelForce
    As the product analyst, you will be working closely with the project management team to help build strategy plans, be part of client workshops, and welcome new projects and clients into our business, as well as creative problem-solving.
    • Internship begins: Monday 1 March 2021
    • Applications close: 6pm Sunday 10 January 2021.
       
  • Preparing your Qualification and Junior Database Tasks S1 2021- Accede Holdings
    Accede is the oldest same owned custom database development house in Australia with over 38 years in the trade. Our clients widely vary from State and Federal government bodies to corporations, to SME operations. We create and maintain the niche system, primarily working with SQL Databases. Our Front ends range in development languages with a  Web division primarily using PHP and a RAD division primarily using MS Access. Our regular work involves expanding on existing systems that we have already developed for clients. As such, the work you will be doing over the project depends on what work comes from our clients over the internship period.
    • Internship begins: Monday 1 March 2021
    • Applications close: 6pm Sunday 10 January 2021.
       
  • Animal tracks and watering point object detection S1 2021 - AIML The University of Adelaide
    AIML and the department of Primary Industries and Regions have recently completed some work on the assessment of pastoral regions using remote sensing approaches.  With limited resources and a vast area to cover the PIRSA pastoral analysis team has need for techniques that can detect key-objects to focus their on-ground assessments. This internship project will involve the detection of key landmarks, such as watering points (manmade or otherwise), animal tracks, bush fires, and more from orthomosiac imagery using computer vision techniques.
    • Internship begins: Monday 1 March 2021
    • Applications close: 6pm Sunday 10 January 2021.
       
  • Vegetation prediction model S1 2021- AIML The University of Adelaide
    AIML and the department of Primary Industries and Regions have recently completed some work on the assessment of pastoral regions using remote sensing approaches.  One aspect of this work involved modelling the Total Vegetation Cover for each pixel in a remote sensing product from MODIS, to see if we could predict the mean TVC that a pixel would have for any given 12-month period.
    An extension of this project is to see if we could set this model up for an inferencing question – that is, could we predict scenarios based on possible rainfall amounts?  Additionally, we’d like to explore other ways to improve the model that we have developed.
    • Internship begins: Monday 1 March 2021
    • Applications close: 6pm Sunday 10 January 2021.​​​​​​​
       
  • Software Development Internship S1 2021 - eSMART21
    eSMART 21 Pty Ltd is a South Australian based tech company specialising in an innovative AutoFine smart parking technology for the state and the local governments in the last 10 years. Currently, eSMART 21 is seeking to engage an intern with programming background to implement a vehicle detection sensor algorithm on its AutoFine technology.
    • Internship begins: Monday 1 March 2021
    • Applications close: 6pm Sunday 10 January 2021.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​
       
  • SaaS Tech Platform Internship S1 2021 – Taptu
    Taptu, and its social enterprise Head Full of Heart, are all about building human technology capacity and careers within our State. We help our clients, partnering to augment their own teams, delivering signature software outcomes they can be proud of, and take to the world. As part of this mission we seek to create career defining opportunities for students who want to launch their career in the local market.
    • Internship begins: Monday 1 March 2021
    • Applications close: 6pm Sunday 10 January 2021.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​
       
  • The University of Adelaide Library - Design and Build Legal Research App for  University Law Students
    To build, design and develop a legal research app that can be used on a portable device, utilising the legal research resources provided by the University Library. App will support students to think about what they are searching for: primary or secondary source material. Focus on legal research only.
    • Internship begins: Monday 1 March 2021
    • Applications close: 6pm Sunday 10 January 2021.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​
       
  • Implementing in Artificial Intelligence Framework – LeapSheep
    LeapSheep have been investigating how we can build AI into our business model. We have identified several use cases – including, but not limited to – our ability to share our tools templates and guidance with our customers; creating pitch deck assessments using AI to analyse company pitch decks. The focus of this internship would build on the work we have done already – partly to research and then communicate to our team the possibilities of AI that are relevant to our business model – as well as build AI to suit our prioritised use cases.
    • Internship begins: Monday 1 March 2021
    • Applications close: 6pm Sunday 10 January 2021.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​
       
  • Design and Create an Introduction System for startup founders – Leapsheep
    Your project will be focused on researching our potential options (including website development, low code development with PowerApps and commercial off the shelf solutions) and recommending a solution. You will then design and create a system to automate this critical function of our business. You are required to document your development and testing process and create instructions for potential users to guide them how to use the system.
    • Internship begins: Monday 1 March 2021
    • Applications close: 6pm Sunday 10 January 2021.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​
       
  • Business Analyst - SA Ambulance Service
    The project will require an intern to use their business analyst skills to review current processes for approving, lodging and processing volunteer related forms, and recommend options to digitalise the workflows to create efficiencies.  The outputs of the project will be a functional requirement document, investigate IT solutions to the business problem and provide with recommendations for the best design concept and platforms for the digitalisation.
    • Internship begins: Monday 1 March 2021
    • Applications close: 6pm Sunday 10 January 2021.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​
       
  • Tennyson Dunes Digital Enhancement
    The project contains two stages. Firstly, build an engaging Tennyson Dunes Group website on a user-friendly platform that can be easily maintained by volunteers with limited IT expertise. The site should be configured for both desktop and smart phone use and have an e-store for sale of merchandise and to take charitable donations. The site should also incorporate the future functionality of stage two.
    • Internship begins: Monday 1 March 2021
    • Applications close: 6pm Sunday 10 January 2021.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​
       
  • MTX Opportunities (6 different positions)
  • Pose Detection and Movement Analysis - Virtual AI dance teacher - Feel the Beatz
    Have you ever wanted to learn dancing but don’t have time to visit a dance class? Virtual AI dance teacher will allow you to learn dancing from the comfort of your home. The project’s aim is to develop a prototype for a software that can help dancers learn routines in the absence of a dance instructor. The software will provide real-time guidance to learners by presenting a comparison of dance movements between the student’s dance video and the instructor’s dance video. This would be done using Open Pose estimation software. The open source software provides an easy implementation of being able to compare the 18 joints of a human body and provide a comparative movement analysis. Having a virtual AI dance teacher would eliminate the need to find a convenient time and place to learn dance. It will provide an added luxury to learn from the comfort of your homes. This software will also open doors to global dance teaching platforms. The COVID-19 pandemic only reaffirms the need for such a software. Students are unable to physically visit dance classes anymore. An online teaching software can eliminate the need for physical classes in the future or act as a complementary tool to learn dance. The project’s scope can also be expanded to sports and fitness industries.
    ​​​​​​​Internship begins: Monday 1 March 2021

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