Past Interns

Fall 2016

  • Rong Qi, graduate
    Intel
  • Borhan Samei, graduate
    Innova
  • Lindsey Warren, undergraduate
    FedEx Services
  • Kevin Williams, undergraduate
    ALSAC/St. Jude
  • Peter Zhang, undergraduate
    AutoZone

Summer 2016

  • Alex Austin, undergraduate
    GE Capital
  • Rajendra Banjade, graduate
    ZeroChaos
  • Tharun Bejawada, graduate
    FedEx Services
  • Saikat Das, graduate
    Fleet Safety
  • Heather Duke, undergraduate
    FedEx Services
  • Jacob Ellis, undergraduate
    ALSAC/St. Jude
  • Shanshan Gao, graduate
    Facebook
  • Soumya Medapati, graduate
    FNC, Inc.
  • Stephen Moo-Young, undergraduate
    Quantum Edge
  • Kamrun Naher, graduate
    AutoZone
  • Lei Pi, graduate
    Hewlett-Packard Enterprise
  • Josh Restuccio, undergraduate
    Windfall Revenue Solutions
  • Ruchi Ruchi, graduate
    Express Scripts, Inc.
  • Borhan Samei, graduate
    Innova
  • Michael Slauson, undergraduate
    International Paper
  • Megha Vashisht, graduate
    FedEx Services
  • Kevin Williams, undergraduate
    ALSAC/St. Jude
  • Peter Zhang, undergraduate
    AutoZone

Spring 2016

  • Kyle Kalmon, undergraduate
    ALSAC/St. Jude
  • Adam Taylor, undergraduate
    8th Day Software and Consulting
  • Kevin Townsend, undergraduate
    U of M Department of Bioinformatics
  • Ruze Zhou, undergraduate
    Germantown Parks and Recreation

Fall 2015

  • Austin Feldvebel, undergraduate
    ALSAC/St. Jude
    "My main project has been dealing with unengaged emails. I analyzed a list of close to 800,000 emails in order to figure out who these people are and what exceptions or excuses there may be for these donors not responding to any emails. After several reports and analyses I worked on building the business requirements document for the change to resolve this un-engagement issue."
  • Michael Hollister, undergraduate
    CrossBrowserTesting.com
    "For my project I implemented Swagger.io with Crossbrowsertesting.com’s API in YAML and produced SDK clients in Java, Ruby, Node.js/JavaScript, and Python, testing each of these client SDKs in each language. The API clients will give customers easier access to the API and overall create a better service experience for them and also bring more customers to the business."
  • Cannon Moyer, undergraduate
    The Final Touch Security, LLC
    "I was involved in new product development, web development, and software development. One of the projects consisted of creating a web based ticketing system for one of our customers. This ticketing system allowed better organization of their service technicians."
  • Enyil Padilla Valle, undergraduate
    FedEx Services
    "I had a great experience at my internship. I was treated as an equal within the company and gained real work experience. My team and I developed a mobile application for internal use. I was able to take the position of lead developer. The application’s business value is to provide information executives need to be aware of the company’s current status. The app was developed for Android/iOS and we presented it to over 50 people. Then, I was offered an Advance Internship over the spring to support, update, and get the app ready for production. All this gave me the opportunity to develop a real product, gain around 1 year of work experience, and get a job offer before my graduation."
  • Md Fahad Polash, graduate
    Intel
    "I was involved in gathering performance data for iSCSI target on a platform, porting MSI-X SATA patch for next generation platform, and network virtualization pathfinding POC."
  • Sandeep Ramesh, graduate
    FedEx Services
    "I continued my work from the summer on VMs and cloud computing, managing the infrastructure for FedEx's ROADS (Route and Decision Support Systems) application. I got trained on technologies such as Linux, XML, and WebLogics."
  • Bobby Richmond, undergraduate
    International Paper
    "My internship was with the Telecommunications department of International Paper, and I mostly did database work. The section I worked with was in charge of a network monitoring application with a web interface. We worked to combine the several original servers into a single server as well as improving some customized queries for metrics. I also assisted with basic switch configuration, and took a few of the related classes offered by International Paper on Cisco devices."

Summer 2015

  • Herve Aniglo, undergraduate
    FedEx Services
    "My team and I used AEM (Adobe Experience Manager) to turn FedEx.com into a platform for customization. Customers and companies can customize the website according to their own requirements."
  • Sri Annamreddi, graduate
    FedEx Services
    "I used the Tableau software to automate a report generation process that used to require manually pulling data from various sources. The person responsible for these reports can now accomplish in 2 minutes what used to take 45 minutes."
  • Venkata Chikkala, graduate
    FedEx Services
    "I completed 2 mobile apps that run on both Android and iOS devices, including tablets. I also developed a RESTful web service to interact with the apps."
  • Austin Feldvebel, undergraduate
    ALSAC/St. Jude
    "I performed analysis for an email hygiene project and wrote documentation for the proposed automation process. I wrote SQL queries and built reports, and I was able to participate in many St. Jude events on-site."
  • Ricky Graziosi, undergraduate
    AutoZone
    "I learned multiple distributions of Linux, learned basic and intermediate bash shell scripting as well as basic Python web app programming, and aided in starting Security Operation Center and acted as a SOC analyst. As an intern at AutoZone there are many opportunities to explore in the IT department and the ones mentioned are just a small sample."
  • Ted Parsons, undergraduate
    UT Health Science Center
    "I worked on developing a video game targeted at junior high and high school students to help them make healthy life choices. The game is an old-school platformer and runs on mobile devices. Over the summer I was able to implement the layout and collision data of levels 2-12, gameplay mechanics, and platforming engine, and laid the foundation for the 43 enemy objects."
  • Sandeep Ramesh, graduate
    FedEx Services
    "I got a great opportunity to be a part of the Infrastructure team at FedEx. I managed the infrastructure for one of the biggest applications used at FedEx called ROADS, which basically gives a shortest route to all the drivers who work at the hubs to deliver the packages. I handled all infrastructure activities starting from assigning the resources, building the application, and finally deploying it on a cluster of virtual machines. I managed 3 clusters of VM's, each containing about 15 servers. Along with this I was also assigned to be a part of the transition process that was taking place to move the applications to the cloud."
  • Morgan Steffy, undergraduate
    Pickle
    "Pickle is a new startup company in Memphis. I worked as a software engineer focusing mainly on writing Objective-C. I helped restructure existing code to better fit the MVVC pattern as well as build out new features including a share via Facebook option and restructuring the navigation. My work was mainly focused on Objective-C, but I also spent some time writing JavaScript functions for our database and PHP scripts to use for internal webpages."