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Jobs at CAIDA

CAIDA's creative, research oriented working environment is intended to be attractive to anyone interested in working at the forefront of Internet development and research.

To submit your resume for consideration or for specific job inquiries for the positions posted on this page, email

Job Postings

Undergraduate Student Job Postings

We are currently looking for undergraduate students for the Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) program.

  • Programmer/Analyst Assistant ($13/hr)

    Job description: Students will assist CAIDA researchers in collecting, analyzing, and visualizing data relevant to Internet economics and interconnection, such as interdomain topology, economic performance (financial) metrics, and Internet policy directives. The student will get valuable experience working with large-scale datasets of diverse types. They will participate in various CAIDA research and technical activities.


    • Programming experience (Perl experience preferred).
    • Good communication skills and good attention to detail.
    • Must be an enrolled undergraduate at a U.S. university.

    Desired Experience:

    • Graph Theory (BFS, DFS, etc)
    • Database experience (MySQL preferred)
    • CGI experience

Please send resumes to for consideration.

Graduate Student Internship Projects

Intern applications are currently accepted. The requirements are "appropriately downscaled" versions of the postdoc position requirements below. In most cases, intern positions involve intensive coding for simulations of network models, and analysis of real network data. Successful interns may be later re-hired as postdocs.

To apply, send a cover letter (including a brief description of interests and skills) and CV to

Postdoctoral Job Postings

No postdoc positions are available at this time.

Career Job Postings

No career jobs are available at this time.

    CAIDA Sabbatical

    CAIDA supports a sabbatical program for Internet engineers, vendors, researchers, and faculty to take a brief respite from their normal day-to-day engineering, product development, or teaching duties, in order to lend their expertise to the advancement of larger Internet evolution issues. For further info please email

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