Akselos | Devops, Frontend | Boston, Houston | Onsite | https://akselos.com
Akselos has unique technology to perform large-scale, physics-based simulations. One of our focuses is creating digital twins of critical infrastructure. As a recent example, we were part of a team that received a grant to develop digital twins of floating wind turbines.
Our development team is small; let us know what your skills and interests are and we can see if you're a fit.
Apply at https://akselos.com/about/careers/
NASA EVA Mission Systems | Software Engineer | Houston, TX | INTERNS, ONSITE, REMOTE (maybe, see below)
We are looking to hire interns who can help build several products in support of ISS  and lunar EVAs . The primary project is working on a procedure authoring tool which handles multiple actors working in parallel. We are making EVA procedures human and machine readable, and transforming procedure authors' workflow from a cumbersome process of sharing Word documents to something closer to a software development workflow. Part of this project includes getting non-programmers to use Git to maintain their procedures without them having to know much about Git, by building Git into our application and abstracting away many of its confusing details.
We are looking for interns for summer, fall, and spring, and prefer people who can support multiple semesters in a row.
Tech: NodeJS, React, Electron
Regarding REMOTE possibilities: Due to COVID-19 it _may_ be possible to support remote hires. This is not something we've done for interns in the past, but we're pushing for it since everyone is remote now anyway. I cannot guarantee it will happen, but if you're interested in this position but can only support remotely, I recommend applying.
How to apply: NASA interns apply through a generic process, so your application will be made available to a wide range of employers. Also, like any good bureaucracy, there is more than one process for application. Here are two of them:
Application process 1: Contact Linda Drobnich at Linda.Drobnich AT sjcd DOT edu.
Application process 2: Create an account at intern.nasa.gov and search for "EVA Informatics / HHP Model - 17500". The specifics for this posting are out of date, and will soon be updated to match what I wrote above.
I recommend applying to both application processes. In either case, let me know you applied so I can look for you (either as a comment here or emailing me at <my-hn-username> at gmail dot com).