Interns at Microsoft Research apply research and theory to practice, while working with world renowned researchers and networking with fellow PhD students from around the world.
What we do
|Engkoo Pinyin Redefines Chinese Input
Engkoo Pinyin was only supposed to revolutionize input-method editor (IME) technology, but agile work from an innovative team put it on the fast track to becoming a product. In April 2013, Engkoo Pinyin made its debut as Bing IME.
|Nurturing a Generation of Research Talent
Now in its 15th year, the Microsoft Research Asia Fellowship Program has attracted nearly a thousand applicants from more than 50 universities in the Asia Pacific region.
|CHI 2013: an Immersive Event
CHI 2013 is all about pushing the boundaries of human-computer interaction (HCI). During this year’s event, 27 papers from Microsoft Research present innovations that re-imagine the computing experience from multiple HCI disciplines.
Advancing the state of the art