Posters lined the shaded areas of the GAA Event Pad on July 24 as interns showed off 36 different projects they have worked on this summer, giving oral presentations explaining their work to those who stopped by.
Carlos Casadevall showed off a system he is helping develop to create inkjet-printed organic redox transistors for neuromorphic computing — systems that mimic biological brain functions — and neural interfaces. David Johnson is working on a project to help protect the nation and the world from cyber attacks.
Adriana Del Cid, who works in the community relations area, said her internship has opened her eyes to Sandia’s efforts to directly impact people in our local communities. Sydney Spruiell is working toward a career in graphic design through her internship at Sandia.
Both Sydney and Adriana said they are happy that Sandia provides opportunities for interns who are not only interested in science and engineering but a variety of different job functions. They both plan to tell their peers to seek an internship here.