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IN THE NEWS

OSU first in region, third in nation in Department of Energy cybersecurity competition
A student team from the Oregon State University College of Engineering placed third nationally out of 70 teams in the Department of Energy’s CyberForce Competition, a virtual challenge that involves protecting the information technology of the nation’s energy infrastructure. In addition, the OSU Security Club was one of seven regional winners in the competition, held last weekend at Department of Energy labs around the country. Club advisor Yeongjin Jang, assistant professor of computer science, said the competition environment closely mimics that of power plants and other energy facilities. Team members include Zander Work (captain), Zach Rogers, Curtis Warrick, Khuong Luu, Travis Whitehead and Hadi Rahal-Arabi. OSU press release

US colleges competitively defend energy infrastructure in DOE CyberForce challenge
Teams from 14 colleges and universities throughout the United States competed this week as part of the Department of Energy CyberForce Competition held at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) campus. Oregon State University was the competition’s regional winner. Western Washington University received the 256th Intelligence Squadron Award from the Washington Air National Guard. Top national honors went to the University of Central Florida. Homeland Preparedness News

50 years ago, Douglas Engelbart's ‘Mother of All Demos’ changed personal technology forever
Imagine someone demonstrating a jet plane 15 years before Kitty Hawk. Imagine someone demonstrating a smartphone 15 years before the first cellular networks were even launched. Imagine someone demonstrating a controlled nuclear chain reaction 15 years before Einstein formulated e=mc2. On a crisp, overcast, and breezy Monday afternoon in San Francisco on December 9, 1968, before an SRO audience of more than 2,000 slack-jawed computer engineers, a soft-spoken engineer named Douglas Engelbart (1948, electrial engineering) held the first public demonstration of word processing, point-and-clicking, dragging-and-dropping, hypermedia and hyperlinking, cross-file editing, idea/outline processing, collaborative groupware, text messaging, onscreen real-time video teleconferencing, and a weird little device dubbed a "mouse" — the essentials of a graphical user interface (GUI) 15 years before the first personal computers went on sale. Mashable, KTVZ

Targeting Tumors with 3D Animation
Two professors in Oregon State University's College of Engineering are advancing mathematical modeling to make 3D images more realistic. The techniques can not only improve our movie going experience, but when applied to science, they can increase the accuracy of simulation models used to predict natural disasters like tornadoes, earthquakes, and tsunamis. Or, in this case, help medical professionals better target cancerous tumors. Eugene Zhang, professor of computer science, and Yue Zhang, associate professor of structural engineering and computer science, are collaborating on a project with Dr. Wolfram Laub at Johns Hopkins Medicine to reduce patient exposure to radiation. ECN Magazine

NOT NEWS, BUT OF INTEREST

Lockheed’s Skunk Works to Fill the Engineering Pipeline Ahead of 500 Hires
Lockheed Martin's Skunk Works advanced development division will be looking to hire 500 engineers over the next few years, and the supply simply isn't there, according to Skunk Works head and company VP Jeff Babione. “I don’t know that there’s an engineer we wouldn’t be adding,” Babione said in a Tuesday call. he said Skunk Works will be looking to hire “50-60 engineers per month over the next several months" from "all disciplines across the math and science fields." Avionics International

Orange is in at Meier & Frank Building
While Oregon State University has long had a presence in Portland, its classes and programs have been scattered in buildings around the city. With the September opening of the OSU Portland Center, many of those programs are now being brought together under one historic roof, on the second floor of the Meier & Frank Building in downtown Portland. Portland Business Tribune

Portland lands a lofty tech ranking
A Forrester Research Inc. report has selected Portland as one of the hottest U.S. markets to find tech talent. The national market research firm broke its top-scoring cities into three groups: “elite,” which covered markets where tech talent is abundant but expensive; “value,” which refers to markets that give employers the most “bang for buck;” and “high-growth,” which covered “promising” tech hubs. Portland ranked second in the "high-growth" category, behind Charlotte but ahead of Indianapolis, Oklahoma City and Jacksonville, Fla. Portland Business Journal

OPPORTUNITIES

Winter HWeekend
January 19-20 | Kelley Engineering Center| Free | All majors and experience levels welcome
HWeekend allows participants to use lots of modern tools to make exciting and interesting prototypes in only 30 hours! The event is free to participants but space is limited so sign-up ASAP! This event will be in partnership with the Inventors Enterprise club and is an approved event for the Internet of Things Alliance. Our theme will be, Smart Homes and Smart Lives. Imagine building prototypes to control your dorm or apartment? What about something to make your morning breakfast? Application deadline: January 10.

FE Review Course Open for Registration
The Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers (IISE) club at Oregon State University is hosting the annual FE Review Course during Winter Term 2019 (exact dates on website, link below). The following subjects are covered: Mathematics, Probability and Statistics, Engineering Economics, Electrical Fundamentals, Statics, Dynamics, Strength of Materials, Materials Science, Thermodynamics, Fluid Mechanics, and Heat Transfer. Registration includes access to digital recordings of each lecture and notes on an online file sharing system through Sept. 1, 2019. The cost of the course is $125 if you sign up online before December 16th. The cost will be $150 after December 16th. If you have any questions, please contact tec@oregonstateiise.org.

BeaverHacks, Winter 2018
December 13 - 16, 2018
The Hackathon Club at OSU is excited to announce our next hackathon before winter quarter begins! It's a fantastic opportunity to build a cool product, network and demonstrate your ability to work in a team, and win an award. We will have winners in the following categories: C++ Console App, People's Choice, Alumni, and 1st/2nd/3rd Place (Judge's Choice). We also encourage new students from 161/162 to join and apply what they've learned to a new project while concepts are still fresh in their minds. We have plenty of suggestions just for you! Note: You do NOT have to be available the entire weekend to participate, as long as your team is aware. Also, if you are looking for teammates, just let us know on the registration form and our officers will match you with a group. To register, please fill out the Club Registration Form, as well as sign up on the DevPost website. We hope to see many of you there!

Volunteer for the FIRST® LEGO® League Local Tournament
December 15 & 16 | Kelley Engineering Center
We are currently in search of volunteers for the IRST® LEGO® League (FLL) Local Tournament. FLL is a program where 4th-8th grade students build, test, and program a robot to solve a series of missions in a robot game. We are currently expecting 16 teams each day, which is over 250 kids if the turnout is the same as last year. Here's your chance to let young students know how great engineers are! Feel free to contact tournament director Jessica Fang or volunteer coordinator Alex Thompson with questions, comments, or concerns.

Next Great Startup
The Next Great Startup is OSU’s annual, multi-round competition for student-led teams looking to turn a startup idea into a real company. This is a campus-wide opportunity for startup ventures to get visibility, bragging rights, prizes and direct one-on-one mentorship with venture capitalists and local entrepreneurs. Mentorship, money and visibility are all on the line, however; the real prize is walking away with an actual company. Application deadline: January 17.

ECE Department at UC Santa Cruz - Now Accepting MS and PhD Applications for 2019
Our graduate programs offer four core tracks from which students can choose: Electronic Circuits and Energy Systems; Photonics and Electronic Devices; Robotics, Controls, and Cyber-Physical Systems; Signals, Image Processing, and Communications. Our MS program can be completed in one year, and UCSC was ranked 13th on Business Insider's list of "The 20 universities that are most likely to land you a job in Silicon Valley." Our PhD students work with some of the top researchers in their respective fields. UCSC was ranked 3rd worldwide for research influence in 2017 by Times Higher Education. Application deadlines: PhD January 10, MS February 1.

Improve your Technical Design Skills
(CS 195 | CRN 34938 | T/H 12:00pm | 4 CS credits)
Supplement existing programming, design, and business skills by creating an interactive resume and another website of your choice... a research project, an interactive infographic, a portfolio, a club brochure, a vacation memory book, or small-business promotion. You will: 1) Use HTML, CSS, JavaScript Libraries, and PHP. 2) Design with color, fonts, shapes, and micro-interactions. 3) Add media, photos, and data. 4) Build secure and accessible forms. 5) Plan a successful website project. 6) Manage the website's technologies and analytics. 7) Launch it at the end-of-term expo. Syllabus: http://people.oregonstate.edu/~vanlondp/cs195.

2019 COE Graduate Research Showcase: Registration Open!
Registration is now open for the 2019 Graduate Research Showcase taking place on Friday, February 8. The Graduate Research Showcase is a daylong opportunity for you to advance your professional knowledge and skills, network with industry partners, and share your research with industry, faculty, peers, and the community. We are also pleased to welcome Dr. Inger Mewburn (The Thesis Whisperer) who will be giving the keynote at a luncheon exclusively for College of Engineering graduate students who present a poster and/or attend a workshop session. Please read the schedule and details regarding the Graduate Research Showcase. Space is limited to 200 students and registration will close January 11, so do not procrastinate in securing your spot!

Stanford Research Conference (SRC)
This is an excellent opportunity for undergraduates from all over the country to present their research at Stanford University. You can apply at tinyurl.com/2019src. SRC is Stanford Undergraduate Research Association’s annual conference that serves as a forum for undergraduates from all over the country to present their work, connect with other researchers, and hear from distinguished leaders in the research community. SRC will be held on April 5-7, 2019 at Stanford University, and we invite your undergraduates to apply. The application is due by January 5, 2019. Please refer to sura.stanford.edu for further information, and feel free to contact us at this email (board.sura@gmail.com) with any other questions.

SCHOLARSHIPS/FELLOWSHIPS

Google Scholarships
Our scholarship programs support students from underrepresented groups in tech who are studying computer science, or a related degree, in the US and Canada. Those who receive our scholarships are awarded $10,000 USD (or $5,000 CAD) to put toward their academics the following school year, and are invited to attend the Google Scholars' Retreat in Mountain View next summer. To learn more about our scholarship programs visit g.co/scholarships.

Symantec Fellowship
We will be offering multiple one-year fellowship awards for Ph.D. students pursuing innovative research with applications to security and privacy, using techniques from cryptography, systems, machine learning, human sciences, and other areas. The fellowship provides up to $20,000 USD that may be used to cover one year of the student's tuition and to reimburse research expenses incurred by the student. In addition, we plan to award all fellowship recipients a separate salaried internship with Symantec. The application deadline is November 30, 2018. Deadline extended to December 5, 2018.

Ford Foundation Fellowship Programs: Predoctoral, Dissertation, and Postdoctoral
The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine is accepting applications for the 2019 Ford Foundation Fellowship Programs. Eligibility Requirements: U. S. citizens, U.S. nationals, U.S. permanent residents (holders of a Permanent Resident Card), as well as individuals granted deferred action status under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals Program (DACA) program¹, political asylees, and refugees, regardless of race, national origin, religion, gender, age, disability, or sexual orientationl Individuals with evidence of superior academic achievement (such as grade point average, class rank, honors or other designations). Individuals committed to a career in teaching and research at the college or university level in a research-based field of science, social science, or humanities. Application deadline: December 6 or December 13 (depending on program).

Mickey Leland Energy Fellowship (MLEF) Program
For more than 20 years, the Mickey Leland Energy Fellowship (MLEF) Program has provided students with fellowship opportunities to gain hands-on research experience with the Department of Energy’s (DOE) Office of Fossil Energy. During these 10-week energy fellowships, selected candidates train under the mentorship of program officials and scientists on focused research projects. Application deadline: December 17, 2018.

AfterCollege Engineering & Technology Student Scholarship
$500 - Open to currently enrolled students pursuing a degree in a field of engineering, technology and/or mathematics. Minimum 3.0 GPA. Deadline: December 31.

AfterCollege STEM Inclusion Scholarship
$500 - Open to currently enrolled students working toward a degree in a field of Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics from a group underrepresented in their field of study. Underrepresented groups may be defined by: gender, race, ethnic background, disability, sexual orientation, age, socio-economic status, nationality and other non-visible differences. Minimum 3.0 GPA. Deadline: December 31.

AfterCollege Succurro Scholarship
$500 - Open to currently enrolled students in an accredited program, working toward a degree (AA, AS, BA, BS, MA, MS, MFA, PhD, MD, JD, etc.) in any discipline. Minimum 2.5 GPA. Deadline: December 31.

Idaho National Laboratory Graduate Fellowship
This year there are two INL Graduate Fellowship postings. The first is specific to National and Homeland Security research, the second is associated with other INL mission areas. The INL Graduate Fellowship program is designed to identify exceptional talent in research areas aligned with INL's strategic agenda to enable the current and future mission of the INL. The program, a collaboration between INL and universities, provides mentoring and financial support for outstanding students who plan to enroll in graduate degree programs. Applicants are invited to apply online through inl.gov/careers job posting numbers 12535 and 12584. The postings will close February 15, 2019. Selections will be announced in May. Letters of recommendation can be emailed directly to me at ali.josephson@inl.gov.

RESEARCH EXPERIENCES FOR UNDERGRADUATES

National Nanotechnology Coordinated Infrastructure - various institutions
Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) programs are an excellent way for undergraduates to become acquainted with scientific research and graduate student life. REU programs typically consist of an intensive 10 week summer research experience at a university different than your own. The specific technical areas vary by site, but all are within the broad umbrella of "nanotechnology". Projects are available within the broad areas of solid state physics and chemistry, materials science, electronic devices and materials, and biology/biomedical engineering. Deadlines vary, based on institution: January 31 - March 1.

FREEDM 2019 REU - North Carolina State University
The Summer REU program offers a research opportunity to undergraduate students who are majoring in electrical and computer engineering, civil engineering, mechanical engineering, materials science engineering, computer science and related fields. The undergraduate student will spend 10 weeks during the summer conducting research at NC State, learning different aspects of university research, and presenting their work at symposia. This program is open to U.S Citizens and permanent residents only. Deadline: January 27.

Nebraska Summer Research Program
Our 10-week residential summer research experience provides mentoring and research participation while allowing scholars to preview graduate school life at a Research1 university. Participants all receive competitive stipends, room and board, travel/transport, graduate school preparation workshops, social and networking activities, and more. Summer 2019 research programs include: biomedical engineering, materials research science and engineering, nanotechnology coordinated infrastructure, and unmanned systems. Priority deadline: February 1.

Research Experiences for Undergraduates - California State University, Monterey Bay
We are now accepting applications for our 2019 summer program. Our REU program is open to students from all STEM-related majors. Students in our REU program can choose to conduct research in Monterey Bay including ocean engineering (includes ocean robotics, autonomous underwater vehicle design, computer programming, scientific instrumentation development). The application for Summer 2019 will be available November 13, 2018 - February 11, 2019.

Carlson College of Veterinary Medicine Undergraduate Summer Research Program
The College of Veterinary Medicine offers an opportunity to perform health-related research in its laboratories during the summer. The program is open to all undergraduate students and it is supported by internal funds. At the Carlson College of Veterinary Medicine, Biomedical Faculty page, you can peruse the various research interests of the faculty. (Note: computer science professor Stephen Ramsey is a member of the biomedical faculty.) Contact a faculty member whose research interests you and fill out the undergraduate application. The deadline to apply is February 15, 2019.

Clean Energy Bridge to Research REU / RET Program - University of Washington
Clean Energy Bridge to Research (CEBR) is a summer research program from the Clean Energy Institute (CEI) at the University of Washington (UW). CEBR supports a select group of undergraduates and community or tribal college students and teachers to participate in authentic research in solar, energy storage, and grid technologies under the mentorship of UW’s world-class faculty and grad students. CEBR builds on the success of the now completed Hooked On Photonics REU program. Application Deadline: February 15, 2019.

Molecular Engineering Materials Center - University of Washington
The University of Washington Molecular Engineering Materials Center (UW MEM·C) summer REU program is focused on exposing underrepresented minorities and veterans to a viable and relevant career pathway focused on materials and energy research. Undergraduates, including veterans, will find that the research topics are both challenging and relevant to their experience. How can we provide mobile, lightweight and inexpensive energy sources to our forces and to the communities they work with? How can materials research lead to new electronics that are super miniaturized, low energy consumption and reliable? How can new kinds of sensors be used to improve safety, efficiency, and effectiveness? Application deadline: February 16, 2019.

EVENTS

Winter HWeekend
January 19-20 | Kelley Engineering Center| Free | All majors and experience levels welcome
HWeekend allows participants to use lots of modern tools to make exciting and interesting prototypes in only 30 hours! The event is free to participants but space is limited so sign-up ASAP! This event will be in partnership with the Inventors Enterprise club and is an approved event for the Internet of Things Alliance. Our theme will be, Smart Homes and Smart Lives. Imagine building prototypes to control your dorm or apartment? What about something to make your morning breakfast? Application deadline: January 10.

Hiring for Hydro Career Fair at HydroVision International
Wednesday, February 20, 2019 | Portland Marriott Downtown Waterfront Hotel
Hiring for Hydro brings together over 80 students from over 14 colleges in the Pacific Northwest to participate in an educational workshop about careers in hydropower to be followed by a special recruiting session. This event was established to address the hiring needs of the industry, build academic interest at the college level, and create a strong conduit between industry and regional schools. Students are asked to complete a short application with contact information, why they are interested in attending this Hiring for Hydro event and what coursework they have taken related to hydropower. This information is due by January 4, 2019.

JOB SEARCH AND CAREER ADVICE

Why You Should NEVER Include a Photo of Yourself on Your Resume
A resume, in most cases, is the first chance recruiters and hiring managers have to consider you for a job. You may think adding a photo could make your resume more personable and unique. It instead could open an unnecessarily risky can of worms. Money

15 Questions You Should Always Ask Before Accepting a Job Offer
It’s exciting to get a job offer. It can also be stressful, particularly if you’re moving to a role that’s different than what you’re used to. It’s important to consider all elements of the new position before deciding whether to accept it. Work+Money

What Job Hunters Should Expect in 2019
There are new protocols and "rules" to learn before dropping your resume on every online job board. Although the job market is in your favor, employers still dictate the process. Here's what you need to know to land a new job in the new year. U.S. News & World Report

JOBS

Don’t forget to check out the AfterCollege job site, tailored especially for our EECS students:

Student Jobs

EECS Ecampus Peer Advisor
This recruitment will be used to hire a (maximum of 20 hours per week) Student Support Services position for the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) ecampus online courses at Oregon State University. This position preforms a wide variety of work that supports the quality of education in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at the university. As a peer mentor the student will be expected to assist with tutoring and mentoring current ecampus students while effectively communicating with future students through online communication.

iD Tech Camps is Hiring Students for Multiple Positions
Looking for a fun summer job that allows you to build your professional resume while sharing your passion for technology? iD Tech is looking to hire over 1,600+ staff from across the world to show students, ages 7 to 18, firsthand how their interests in technology can turn into fun learning experiences. We’re looking for energetic, tech-savvy, summer staff who understand the need for quality technology education for students. So why not spend your summer instructing, mentoring, and building your résumé in one of our amazing programs?

Student Technical position - OSU Department of Biological & Ecological Engineering
The OSU OPEnS (Openly Published Environmental Sensing) Lab seeks seven undergraduate researchers to work in our hands-on technology-rich makerspace to produce next generation sensing technologies for environmental research. These hires will use 3D printers, microcontrollers, and Internet of Things (IoT) technologies to conduct technical research and development to produce and test their new instrumentation. The hires will also collaborate with professors and student researchers to help them design new solutions. Time commitment per week is negotiable (typically between 10 and 20 hrs academic terms and up to 40 during summer or non-enrolled terms) and expected to be at a rate of $11/hr. Applications due by December 15. http://jobs.oregonstate.edu/postings/68552

Internships

MS/PhD Qualcomm ADC internship
Qualcomm ADC team is looking for an intern for next year.

Spring 2019 Process TCAD Intern - ON Semiconductor
This opportunity will ask a student to perform the following job duties: device simulation using Sentarus for HV MOS devices; enhancement of method for TCAD of piezoelectric transformers using Ansys; TCAD evaluation of piezoelectric transformers for conversion efficiency and reduced size. In order to be considered for an internship, you must be a student currently enrolled in a graduate electrical engineering program in the following semester.

Software Development Engineering Internship - Cambia
The Software Development Engineering Intern will participate in a team environment for the delivery and maintenance of application systems. May assist with programming, debugging and testing of applications in a development environment. May assist with database design and system testing. This position provides technical, interpersonal and administrative skills in performing day to day work.

Summer Internship at UCSD/Scripps Institution of Oceanography/Marine Physical Laboratory
The Marine Physical Laboratory, at UC San Diego’s world renowned Scripps Institution of Oceanography, is currently seeking inquisitive, motivated undergraduate students with exceptional aptitude for quantitative science to apply for the 2019 MPL Summer Internship Program. Undergraduate college students majoring in Oceanography, Applied Mathematics, Engineering, Physics, Chemistry, Biology or Geology are encouraged to apply. This ten-week internship will offer qualified students the opportunity to work with some of the most notable scientists in the world and learn about marine science and technology while earning a modest salary. Applications will be accepted online through 4 p.m. Pacific time on January 18, 2019.

Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute Internship
The Field Ecology Lab at the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute is seeking candidates for a 6 month internship as a data management assistant in the eMammal team. eMammal is a cloud-based data pipeline for researchers to manage camera trap data, with an emphasis on projects concerning conservation, ecology, and the use of citizen science to meet research objectives. Primary duties for this position will include processing previously completed camera trapping data into eMammal and assisting with data management at multiple parts of the pipeline. There will also be opportunities to coordinate camera trapping projects and help project managers troubleshoot issues with eMammal. In addition, the candidate will be required to assist with other field-based projects conducted in the lab one day a week. Required Skills & Experience: a good knowledge of computers, programming, and statistics; experience with programming software (R/MATLAB/Python/etc). Application deadline: December 14.

Software Engineering Intern (MS) - Google
Join us for a unique 12-14 week paid internship that offers personal and professional development, an executive speaker series, and community-building. This program will give you an opportunity to work on complex computer science solutions, to develop scalable, distributed software systems, and also to collaborate on multitudes of smaller projects that have universal appeal - which requires research, awareness, interactivity, and the ability to ask the right questions.

Software Engineering Intern (PhD) - Google
Join us for a unique 12-14 week paid internship that offers personal and professional development, an executive speaker series, and community-building. This program will give you an opportunity to work on complex computer science solutions, to develop scalable, distributed software systems, and also to collaborate on multitudes of smaller projects that have universal appeal - which requires research, awareness, interactivity, and the ability to ask the right questions.

Software Engineering Intern (BS) - Google
Join us for a unique 12-14 week paid internship that offers personal and professional development, an executive speaker series, and community-building. This program will give you an opportunity to work on complex computer science solutions, to develop scalable, distributed software systems, and also to collaborate on multitudes of smaller projects that have universal appeal - which requires research, awareness, interactivity, and the ability to ask the right questions.

Ocean Exploration Trust (OET) Science & Engineering Internship Program
The Ocean Exploration Trust (OET) is now accepting applications for students and educators to participate in the 2019 E/V Nautilus Expedition exploring the Eastern Pacific Ocean along the coast of North America from Canada to Mexico! Founded by Dr. Robert Ballard, OET is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit committed to bringing ocean exploration to the world via live telepresence and providing experiential opportunities for students, young professionals, and educators. Paid internships for community college, undergraduate, or graduate students, and recent graduates are available in ocean science, seafloor mapping, ROV (remotely operated vehicle) engineering, and video engineering through the Science & Engineering Internship Program. Accepted students will have the chance to sail aboard E/V Nautilus for 2-4 weeks learning from experts in the field. Application Deadline - January 4, 2019.

Full-Time Positions

Analyst Programmer - OSU Enterprise Computing Services
The Data Architecture Team (DATA) serves as the group responsible for the development and improvement of RESTful APIs that use proven standards, design patterns and data formats. This position will be guided by an analyst/programmer III in providing analysis and programming support that focuses on improving the interoperability of applications to streamline communication between systems and provide a platform so that data can be leveraged by services provided to students, staff and faculty at OSU. Any developer at OSU can take advantage of the available APIs to implement into their programs. Check out our developer resources and connect with the developer community at Oregon State.

Development Engineer - OSU Department of Chemistry
The Electrical/Electronic Development Engineer provides support in maintenance, repair, materials, and calibration of scientific instruments in the instructional and research laboratories or Oregon State University, Chemistry Department, and other Departments within the University. The Development Engineer has a diverse understanding of electronics in both Analog and Digital Devices. The teaching labs utilize 50-year-old, tried and true, electrical devices as well as modern analytical equipment. The position involves standard tasks such as replacing power cords and fixing hot plates. In addition, they will be required to troubleshoot and repair analytical equipment such as Gas chromatography, x-ray analytical tools, and Mass spectrometry, Atomic Force Microscopes, and other high tech equipment and components. Therefore the Engineer is skilled in Analog Systems utilizing Active and passive components. They are also skilled in Digital Systems: digital logic circuits, controllers, cameras, encoders, resolvers, and networking types of equipment.

Research Scientist - Intel
As a Research Scientist in Intel Lab's Radio Circuits Technologies Lab, you will own digital architecture and design for state-of-the-art RF transceivers, focusing on mixed-signal and digital signal processing systems. The ideal candidate will contribute to development of high-performance and ultra-low power transceiver architectures through VLSI design for high-speed and energy efficiency, working in collaboration with cross-functional teams with analog and system designers. The position entails digital front-end work, including RTL design, IP block integration, synthesis, and gate-level verification to deliver highly integrated digital blocks. As a research lead, you will develop high-value designs as well as intellectual property, research publications, and business unit technology transfers.

Sales Development Program (Construction Sales) - Siemens
The Sales Development Program (SDP) prepares recently graduated professionals for a successful career in technical Sales in the construction industry. Through extensive training, program participants will learn technical sales methodologies and techniques and gain knowledge of Siemens’ products, technology and culture. This instructional and hands-on program, when combined with results-driven, highly-motivated top graduates, is a recipe for a successful technical sales career with a global market leader.

Analyst Programmer - OSU Division of Outreach and Engagement
This position will collaboratively design, develop, test, and maintain a customer relationship management system that increases the public’s access to and engagement with educational resources and information from the OSU Extension Service and Professional and Continuing Education (PaCE). Positions in the class of Analyst Programmer are primarily responsible at varying levels for the analysis, design, modification, testing, installation and maintenance of application programs, integrated systems, or software solutions including databases to meet user and organizational information needs at the system-wide, campus-wide, or individual unit level.

Engineering Residency (BS/MS) - Google
Google's software engineers develop the next-generation technologies that change how billions of users connect, explore, and interact with information and one another. Our products need to handle information at massive scale, and extend well beyond web search. We're looking for engineers who bring fresh ideas from all areas, including information retrieval, distributed computing, large-scale system design, networking and data storage, security, artificial intelligence, natural language processing, UI design and mobile; the list goes on and is growing every day. You will work on a specific project critical to Google’s needs with opportunities to switch teams and projects as you and our fast-paced business grow and evolve. We need our engineers to be versatile, display leadership qualities and be enthusiastic to take on new problems across the full-stack as we continue to push technology forward.

Cloud Technical Residency Program - Google
The Cloud Customer Engineering, Cloud Professional Services (PSO), and Cloud Technical Support teams provide technical expertise across the full Google Cloud portfolio of products to prove the value of, deploy, and provide ongoing support of the technology to our customers. These teams are on the front lines of leading customers through the largest technological shift in the history of the IT industry. They are the consultants and engineering gurus that help customers understand the unique value of and transformational benefits that result from applying these technologies to their business workloads.

Software Engineer (PhD) - Google
Google's software engineers develop the next-generation technologies that change how billions of users connect, explore, and interact with information and one another. Our products need to handle information at massive scale, and extend well beyond web search. We're looking for engineers who bring fresh ideas from all areas, including information retrieval, distributed computing, large-scale system design, networking and data storage, security, artificial intelligence, natural language processing, UI design and mobile; the list goes on and is growing every day. As a software engineer, you will work on a specific project critical to Google’s needs with opportunities to switch teams and projects as you and our fast-paced business grow and evolve. We need our engineers to be versatile, display leadership qualities and be enthusiastic to take on new problems across the full-stack as we continue to push technology forward.

Technical Solutions Consultant - Google
gTech's team of Technical Solutions Consultants are on a mission to delight the consumers, advertisers and publishers who rely on our flagship products like Google Ads, AdSense, Pixel, Project Fi and Google Play. As a gTech Technical Solutions Consultant, you will ensure our customers benefit from the full potential of Google products. If you have a background in Computer Science, strong communication skills, and a passionate for helping users get the most out of Google, apply today for this exciting opportunity!

Software Engineer (BS/MS) - Google
Google's software engineers develop the next-generation technologies that change how billions of users connect, explore, and interact with information and one another. Our products need to handle information at massive scale, and extend well beyond web search. We're looking for engineers who bring fresh ideas from all areas, including information retrieval, distributed computing, large-scale system design, networking and data storage, security, artificial intelligence, natural language processing, UI design and mobile; the list goes on and is growing every day. As a software engineer, you will work on a specific project critical to Google’s needs with opportunities to switch teams and projects as you and our fast-paced business grow and evolve. We need our engineers to be versatile, display leadership qualities and be enthusiastic to take on new problems across the full-stack as we continue to push technology forward. As a key member of a small and versatile team, you design, test, deploy and maintain software solutions.

Software Engineer, Network Infrastructure (PhD) - Google
Network Infrastructure (NetInfra) designs Google's network hardware and the software that runs it. In this role, you'll work on the NetInfra team to deliver Google's next generation networks. You'll work with other skillful, creative people, including many other PhDs, and people who wrote research papers you've read. If you’re a PhD student graduating between now and Summer 2019 and this role sounds up your alley, apply today! (Note: you can apply for both this role and our standard PhD Software Engineering position if you’d like — the recruiters will help you towards the best fit.

Software Engineer - Google
Interested in working at our Cambridge office? Our Massachusetts site is growing quickly and has many positions available for you soon-to-be graduates! As we continue to increase our product efforts in 2019, you could join teams in Travel, Search, Android, Chrome, and more. Check out all of our available Cambridge positions, including Software Engineer, University Graduate.

Get Fast-Tracked for 2019 Jobs & Internships with IBM Through Uncubed
Interested in meeting experts at the intersection of Artificial Intelligence, Natural Language Processing & Machine Learning, and landing a job or internship with the company at the forefront of it all? IBM & Uncubed are bringing together students looking for full-time opportunities in 2019 to learn about the future of AI: from reducing environmental pollution and predicting weather patterns to protecting public safety and personalizing education practices. Events will take place this November across Atlanta, Boston, San Francisco, and Toronto -- travel & lodging provided (read FREE!). (Not looking for a full-time position yet? Apply through Uncubed and get priority access to 2019 internships.) Students will be selected through our application process -- we currently have full-time & internship positions available in Engineering & Development, Product Management, Design & UX, and more!

Faculty Positions

Lecturer - University of Maine School of Computing and Information Science
The successful candidate will be expected to be an effective and engaging teacher, to make a strong commitment to the development of innovative computing curricula, to advise and mentor undergraduates in pursuit of their academic and research goals, and to collaborate with colleagues to increase student success. The typical teaching load is three courses per semester at the undergraduate level; occasional graduate courses may be an option for candidates with a PhD. Some service to the School, College, and University is expected.

Tenure Track Assistant Professor - New Jersey Institute of Technology
The Helen and John C. Hartmann Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering invites applications from outstanding individuals for a tenure track Assistant Professor faculty position in the area of computer engineering with a focus on novel architectures and systems for neuromorphic computing, quantum computing and other emerging information processing paradigms for applications in machine learning/data science, high-performance computing and advanced computer networking. We are also interested in candidates specializing in the post-CMOS devices and systems for developing novel architectures for these applications as well as for embedded systems, internet-of-things (IoT), and cyber-physical systems.

Tenure-track/tenured faculty - University of Minnesota – Twin Cities
The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Minnesota – Twin Cities invites applications for faculty positions in: (1) Communications, Networking, and Data Science; (2) Optics, Optoelectronics, and Optical Engineering; (3) Computer Engineering with emphasis on integrated circuits, VLSI design, and emerging technologies. The Communications, Networking, and Data Science position invites applications at all levels (assistant, associate, and full professor). The Optics, Optoelectronics, and Optical Engineering position and the Computer Engineering with emphasis on integrated circuits, VLSI design, and emerging technologies position invites applications at the assistant professor level. Deadline: December 15, 2018.

Computer Science Tenure-Track Positions - California State University, Fullerton
The Computer Science Department at California State University, Fullerton (CSUF) invites applicants for several full-time, tenure track positions as Assistant Professors of Computer Science with the appointments beginning in August 2019. The department seeks experts in all areas. CSUF values and is dedicated to the goal of building a diverse community. We strongly encourage applications from candidates who can demonstrate through their teaching, research or service that they can contribute to the diversity and excellence of our community.

Tenure-track faculty positions in Electrical Engineering - University of Washington, Bothell
The Division of Engineering and Mathematics in the School of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) at the University of Washington Bothell (UWB) invites applications for one, potentially two, tenure-track position(s) in Electrical Engineering (EE) at the rank of Assistant Professor(s). This position may focus on Embedded Design, RF/Microwave Engineering, or design and/or fabrication of MEMS devices; however, excellent candidates in other fields are also encouraged to apply. Duties will include teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in electrical engineering as well as developing new courses; supervising and attending capstone projects and presentations; and supervising Master’s theses. The priority deadline is December 1, 2018.

Tenure-Track Positions in Computer Science - The Citadel
The Department of Mathematics and Computer Science invites applications for two tenure-track faculty positions in computer science at the Assistant Professor level beginning August 2019. Minimum qualifications include an earned Ph.D. in computer science and a commitment to excellence in teaching, research, and service. In addition, candidates should exemplify The Citadel’s core values of honor, duty, and respect. Candidates from all areas of computer science are encouraged to apply, especially those with strong backgrounds in cybersecurity. Located in beautiful Charleston, S.C., The Citadel is a fully accredited, public, comprehensive, co-educational college with a student body of 2300 undergraduate and 1000 evening and graduate students.

Assistant/Associate/Full Professor- Electrical & Computer Engineering
The School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at Oregon State University (OSU) invites applications for two or more full-time (1.00 FTE), tenure-track, 9-month Assistant, Associate, or Full professor positions in any area of Cybersecurity to begin Fall 2019. Applicants must hold a doctorate degree in Computer Science, Electrical and Computer Engineering, or closely related field. The successful candidate is expected to initiate new funded research as well as expand, complement, and collaborate with existing research programs in the School, the College of Engineering, and beyond.

Two CS Tenure Track Positions at Cal State Monterey Bay
Computer science program at California State University - Monterey Bay has two tenure track positions in computer science. With our investments in cohort programs, commitment to high expectations, academic quality, building partnerships with community colleges & industry, and broadening participation in computing, we are primed to make big contributions to computing education. Visit https://csumb.peopleadmin.com/postings/4564 & https://csumb.peopleadmin.com/postings/4563 for more details about the open positions.

Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor (Computer Science) - OSU School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
The School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at Oregon State University invites applications for one or more full-time (1.00 FTE), tenure-track, 9-month Assistant, Associate, or Full professor positions in the Computer Science areas of databases, programming languages, software engineering, and artificial intelligence. Anticipated start date is Fall 2019. Applicants must hold a doctorate degree in Computer Science or closely related field before the first day of employment. The successful candidate is expected to expand, complement, and collaborate with existing research programs in the School, and to perform duties related to teaching, student advising, and professional service.

Assistant/Associate/Full Professor (Robotics) - Oregon State University
The College of Engineering invites applications for one full-time (1.00 FTE), tenure-track, 9-month Assistant (preferred), Associate, or Full professor position in the Robotics Program. Applicants must hold a doctorate in a relevant field. The successful candidate is expected to initiate new funded research as well as expand, complement, and collaborate with existing research programs in the School, the Collaborative Robotics and Intelligent Systems (CoRIS) Institute, the College of Engineering and beyond. The successful candidates will have office and laboratory space physically located with the existing Robotics group, will have an administrative home most appropriate to their area of expertise within the College of Engineering (Mechanical, Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering, or Electrical Engineering and Computer Science), and be a member of the CoRIS Institute.

 


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