Join FDL’s Rapid Prototyping Research Sprint and Solve Humanity’s Biggest Challenges with Interdisciplinary Collaboration

FDL researchers work on mission-critical projects for NASA and the Department of Energy, and enjoy the benefits of interdisciplinary collaboration, including rapid prototyping, finding impactful solutions, and networking with an extensive community of industry leaders in the public and private sectors.

During the 8-week summer research sprint, researchers have the opportunity to push the frontiers of AI/ML scientific research and develop new tools that solve some of biggest challenges facing science.

The Frontier Development Lab is seeking doctorate/post-doctorate researchers to participate in its rapid interaction and prototyping research sprint (stipend provided), with experience in one of the following disciplines:

  • AI / Machine Learning
  • Alternative Energy/Hydrogen Production
  • Astrobiology
  • Astronomy
  • Astrophysics
  • Biology
  • Climate Science/Weather
  • Data Mining
  • Disaster Response
  • Dry Cooler Designs
  • Earth Sciences
  • Electrical and Mechanical Engineering
  • Forestry
  • Geology
  • Geophysics/Earthquake Studies
  • Heliophysics/Space weather
  • Lunar Exploration
  • Mission Operations
  • On-board/Edge ML
  • Planetary Science
  • Quantum ML
  • Radiation Science
  • Research Engineering
  • Software Engineering
  • Space Resource Engineering
  • Statistics
  • Wildfire Predictions

“If you are a PhD Candidate,Postdoc or early-career researcher working in AI/ML or in relevant science domains, consider the opportunity to participate in this extraordinary research experience.” 

-Arminé Saroian,
Director, Recruitment & Talent Development