Register for EECS Networking Night!
Tuesday, February 20 | 4:45-8:00 pm | Kelley Engineering Center | Free
Companies attending the event are interested in meeting our ECE and CS students (i.e. you!) Networking Night gives you a place to meet real people from industry, ask questions, and share your resume. It's also a great warm-up for the Career Expo (happening the next day) where you can follow up with connections you make and meet more companies. Best of all, Networking Night is a free event just for EECS students. So whether you are looking for an internship or a job or just want to learn more about your career options, this event is for you! Registration closes Feb. 13, or whenever we run out of seats.

Have you uploaded your resume?
If you are looking for a job or internship between now and graduation, consider submitting a file for the School of EECS Student Resume Book. Thank you to those of you who have already uploaded your resumes! To submit your file, visit this website and follow the directions. All Oregon State EECS students are invited to submit resumes. The resume book will be distributed to our industrial affiliates (CBT Nuggets, CDK, Garmin, HP, Rockwell Collins, Tektronix). Many of these companies would like to meet OSU Beavers and some are actively hiring.


Changing the World, One Line of Code at a Time
Each month, the sites hosted by Oregon State University’s Open Source Lab deliver nearly 430 terabytes of information to people worldwide, enough to fill 644,140 CD-ROM discs. The Open Source Lab is a section the OSU Center for Applied Systems and Software (CASS) a nonprofit organization that provides software services to real world clients and allows students the unique opportunity to work on a software project’s full life cycle: design, development, testing and hosting. OSU Experience


Nuclear Engineering Professor Emeritus Jose Reyes Elected to National Academy of Engineers
Professor Emeritus and Nuscale Power Chief Technology Officer Jose Reyes has been elected to the National Academy of Engineers (NAE), one of the highest professional distinctions for engineers. Reyes is just the third Oregon State University faculty member to receive this honor, following Gabor Temes and Octave Levenspiel. Reyes joined Oregon State as an assistant professor in 1987, was promoted to full professor in 1996 and served as the head of the College of Engineering’s Department of Nuclear Engineering and Radiation Health Physics (now School of Nuclear Science and Engineering) from 2005 to 2010. Reyes co-founded small, modular nuclear reactor company NuScale Power in 2007. The NuScale design has its beginnings in a Department of Energy funded research project that Reyes led at Oregon State. Reyes was elected as an NAE member for “innovations in small modular nuclear reactor design, nuclear safety, entrepreneurship, and education.”

Oregon cybersecurity experts issue predictions for 2018
Technology Association of Oregon President and CEO Skip Newberry talks with a variety of security experts on what how business owners can remain prepared for the worst. Portland Business Journal


WiN PubTalk
Tuesday, February 13 | Bar 101, 101 NW Jackson Ave, Corvallis | $5 - $10
Join us for our first WiN PubTalk of 2018 on February 13th at Bar 101! Our featured company is BigML, an industry leading Machine Learning platform that was co-founded by Tom Dietterich in Corvallis in 2011. BigML pioneered Machine Learning as a Service (MLAAS) with the mission of making Machine Learning easy and beautiful for everyone. The talk will feature EECS graduate Adam Ashenfelter, among others. Come here what they have to say!

Call for Faculty Participation: Women in STEM Speed Networking
HP and ORTOP (Oregon Robotics Tournament & Outreach Program) are hosting a Women in STEM Speed Networking Event, with the goal to provide high-school age women on FIRST Robotics teams in the Pacific Northwest the opportunity to meet one-on-one with professional women in STEM fields. The event will be held in conjunction with the FIRST Robotics Competition PNW District Championships on April 6 from 11am to 1pm at Memorial Coliseum in Portland. Many of the young women participating in robotics programs are interested in STEM careers, but teams often have few women mentors in technical roles. We want to inspire them, providing connections and role models to encourage the young women in FIRST to see themselves in STEM fields in the future. To provide a great experience, we are looking for ~140 professional women across science, engineering, and math fields in both industry and academia to participate. Over the course of the event, you will speak 5-7 minutes with multiple young women, answering their questions and sharing your education and career experiences. For more information, contact the organizers at or register at

Google Code Jam to I/O for Women
Code Jam to I/O for Women is a single online round of algorithmic problem solving where the top 150 participants receive a ticket to Google I/O in Mountain View, CA on May 8 - 10, 2018, and a $500 USD travel stipend. The round will begin on Saturday, February 17, 2018. Don't miss out on your chance to attend Google I/O! Register for Google's Code Jam to I/O for Women today.

SEMI Professional Development Seminar
Friday, March 2 | 8:30 am - 12:30 pm | 1900 SW 4th Ave, FAB 2500A (second floor), Portland State University
Learn about career opportunities in high tech and acquire valuable, practical information that will help you choose career directions and plan for success. Attendance is free, but registration is required. Register by February 23, 2018.

8:30 am Breakfast
9:00 am Intro/ Semiconductor Industry Overview
9:25 am Career Opportunities in Semiconductor Industry
10:05 am Networking Break
10:20 am Break Out Discussions (Topics TBD)
11:00 am Panel Discussion
11:45 am Closing remarks, followed by networking lunch

The Vizzies
Do you love animating data, creating science apps, illustrating engineering concepts, or taking photographs of the natural world? In the Vizzies, sponsored by the National Science Foundation and Popular Science, your handiwork can receive its due glory and win cash prizes.

CS PhDs needed for workshop in China
Western Oregon University needs to find someone to teach for a two week workshop on “Intro to Computer Science” at Guangxi Medical University” in Nanning China in June 2018. Everything will be covered including the visa fee, international and domestic flights, hotel and meals, local transportation, plus a $2,000 compensation.

Super Model Design Competition
Tech Soft 3D wants YOUR best 3D assembly to be the poster model for Tech Soft 3D products! Contestants are required to submit an original 3D mechanical part or assembly that will be judged according to overall quality and model complexity. Winning contestants will receive recognition and cash, with the first place prize of $1500. The submission deadline is March 15, 2018.

Cornell Materials Science and Engineering M.Eng Information
Cornell’s Materials Science and Engineering M.Eng. enhanced program is designed to develop the professional engineering leaders of the future who understand the Technical, Business, and Legal, Ethical and Social Issues in Technology. The MSE M.Eng. program is designed to give you hands on experience while doing an internship and equip you with entrepreneurial skills to become true tech leaders. The Fall admissions deadline has been extended to April 1, 2018!


Cognitive and Autonomous Test Vehicle (CAT Vehicle) Research Experience for Undergraduates - University of Arizona
Students will be working on a real autonomous car with technologies dealing with control systems, robotics, cognitive communications, machine learning, software engineering, etc. Participating students will gain experience in writing academic publications, preparing and giving presentations, and in articulating the story of their compelling research problem and its solution. Participants will gain experience in applying their research to an actual autonomous vehicle. Application deadline: February 15.

Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship Program (SURF): Engineering Solutions for Resilient and Sustainable Communities - Oregon State University
Presented by CCE and CBEE, the SURF program awards 15 to 20 fellowships of $4,500 for undergraduate students to support hands-on research in the areas of community resilience, clean water engineering, and infrastructure renewal. During the June 18 to August 24, 2018 program, students work with a faculty mentor and graduate student on a specific project and develop research skills to increase graduate school opportunities. Learn more and apply Application deadline: February 16, 2018.

High Performance Computing - South Dakota State University
REU participants will be engaged in an intensive ten-week program of High Performance Computing (HPC) and data analysis research in the areas of: Computational and Applied Mathematics & Statistics; Engineering and Technology; Biological Sciences. Student participants will also be actively engaged in HPC/Big Data and Data Analysis training sessions. In addition, student researchers will participate in holistic, integrated research activities focused on the responsible and ethical conduct of research and professional development. Application deadline: February 28.

Entrepreneurial Research Experience for Undergraduates - University of Connecticut
The aim of this E-REU is to provide students with a truly integrated research and entrepreneurship training experience, giving them both depth in fundamental engineering research, as well as breadth in entrepreneurial skills. Research areas include: Advanced Power Electronics and Electric Drives Lab; Bio-inspired Multi-functional Stimuli Responsive Hybrids; Carbon Nanotube Membranes for Water Purification; Cloud-based live cell culture, manipulation and characterization; Developing Whole Slide Imaging Platform for Digital Pathology; Development of mm-sized electrode arrays for real-time in situ environmental monitoring; Energy Harvesting from Ambient Vibrating Environments; Local Power Generation at the New Haven Wastewater Treatment Plant by Converting FOG to Biodiesel; Meal Assistance Orthosis Design for Patient with Cerebral Palsy (CP); Next-Generation Energy-Optimized Water Treatment Retrofit Strategies; Novel Processing of Biodegradable Polymers for Medical Applications. Application deadline: March 1.

Intelligent Autonomous Vehicles - Wright State University
This NSF REU site in the Department of Electrical Engineering of Wright State University offers an eleven-week summer program that aims at providing a diverse group of motivated undergraduates with competitive research experiences in intelligent autonomous vehicles. It is a requirement of the NSF that all REU participants be citizens or permanent residents of the United States. Participants must be enrolled as undergraduates at the freshman, sophomore or junior level during the semester prior to attending the summer program. Review of applications will begin March 1, 2018 and will continue until all ten positions are filled.

Nebraska Summer Research Program - University of Nebraska-Lincoln
The Nebraska Summer Research Program offers undergraduate students who are U.S. citizens or permanent residents the opportunity to participate in nationally funded research groups across multiple disciplines. Prgrams include: Applied Plant Systems; Bioenergy Systems; Biomedical Engineering; Chemistry; Integrated Agronomic Systems; Minority Health Disparities; MRSEC; Nanohybrid Functional Materials; Nanotechnology Coordinated Infrastructure; Redox Biology; Sustainability of Civil Infrastructure; Systems Biology; Unmanned Systems; Virology. Application deadline: March 1.


SPIE Scholarship Program
The Optics and Photonics Education Scholarships are available to SPIE student members located anywhere in the world, in high school (pre-university/secondary), undergraduate and graduate programs, who are studying in optics, photonics or a related field. The key criterion in evaluating and ranking applications is the "prospect for long-term contribution that the granting of an award will make to the field of optics, photonics or related field." Need, in and of itself, shall not be considered as a criterion. Application deadline: February 15, 2018.

Generation Google Scholarship
The Generation Google Scholarship helps aspiring computer scientists from underrepresented groups excel in technology and become leaders in the field. Selected students will receive 10,000 USD (for those studying in the US) or 5,000 CAD (for those studying in Canada) for the 2018-2019 school year. Application deadline: March 2.

Anita Borg 2018 Grace Hopper Scholarship - Application opens Jan. 17th
The Grace Hopper Conference (GHC) is arguably the largest conference for women in information technology in the United States. GHC 2018 is in Houston, Texas on Sept. 26–28 and is an incredible opportunity to connect with many major tech companies and learn from women in the field. The Anita Borg Scholarship includes individual registration, hotel accommodations, airfare, and travel stipend. Application opens Jan. 17th and is available through March 7th, so make sure to apply!

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. Application deadline: March 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. Application deadline: March 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. Application deadline: March 31.

Apriorit Computer Science Scholarship Program for College Students
Apriorit offers a $1000 educational technology grant for high school seniors and college freshmen who have been enrolled at a college or university for a computer engineering or computer science program this year. We want to support young people passionate about IT and planning to build their career in this field. Application deadline: July 1, 2018.


PhD Oral Preliminary Examination – Henrique Dantas
Wednesday, February 14 | 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM | KEC 1007
Controlling Smart Prostheses for Complex Tasks
Major Advisor: V John Mathews; Committee: Mario Magaña, Fuxin Li, Alan Fern; GCR: Julie Tucker

PhD Oral Preliminary Examination – Yousef Qassim
Monday, February 19 | 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM | KEC 1007
Forward Error Correction Techniques for Wireless Sensor Networks
Major Advisor: Mario Magaña; Committee: Bella Bose, Bechir Hamdaoui, Ben Lee; GCR: Bill Warnes


Hybrid-Halide Compounds for Thin-Film Electronics
John Labram, Assistant Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Oregon State University
Monday, February 12 | 4:00pm to 4:50pm | LPSC 125

What should be in an XAI explanation? What IFT reveals by studying RTS
Jon Dodge, Ph.D. Student, School of EECS, Oregon State University
Monday, February 19 | 4:00pm to 4:50pm | LPSC 125

Enabling Complete and Efficient Attack Provenance at Scale
Monday, February 26 | 4:00pm to 4:50pm | LPSC 125
Adam Bates, Assistant Professor, Computer Science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign


WiN PubTalk
Tuesday, February 13 | 6:00 – 8:00 pm | Bar 101, 101 NW Jackson Ave, Corvallis | $5 - $10
Join us for our first WiN PubTalk of 2018 on February 13th at Bar 101! Our featured company is BigML, an industry leading Machine Learning platform that was co-founded by Tom Dietterich in Corvallis in 2011. BigML pioneered Machine Learning as a Service (MLAAS) with the mission of making Machine Learning easy and beautiful for everyone. The talk will feature EECS graduate Adam Ashenfelter, among others. Come here what they have to say!

Should I stay or should I go? Tsunami evacuation modeling along the Oregon Coast
Tuesday, February 13 | 6 p.m. | Construction and Engineering Hall, The LaSells Stewart Center, Corvallis | Free
The talk presents the results of an agent-based tsunami evacuation model to explore how decisions on when to leave, route choice, mode (on foot or by car) and unplanned disruptions affect life safety. Our work is applied to case studies: one in Seaside Oregon and a second at South Beach State Park in Oregon. The talk also discusses evacuation drills with role playing and a pilot exhibit at the HSMC designed to understand how people perceive tsunami risks in Oregon.

Intel Day
Thursday, Feb 15 | 10am – 3pm | KEC 1005 & 1007
Interested in working for Intel? Meet our team of hiring managers and engineers to learn about full time and internship opportunities at Intel for you! We are seeking backgrounds in Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering Computer Science, Chemistry, Physics, Materials Science and related. Bring your resume.

Benny's Closet Pop-up Shop
Thursday, February 15 | 11am-3pm | 124 Johnson Hall
Not sure what you’re wearing to the Winter Career Expo? Come by the Benny’s Closet Pop-up Shop in 124 Johnson Hall to purchase affordable professional clothing. Shirts, skirts, shoes, pants and jackets; we’ve got it all!

Maxim Integrated Info Session
Thursday, Feb 15 | 6pm | 221 Johnson Hall
Maxim Integrated is a highly successful, $2.3 billion company. With offices and manufacturing sites around the world, we design award-winning semiconductors that make the world more integrated. We also know that it’s our people who make us a great company. So we reward bold thinking, teamwork, personal growth, and community involvement. Want to make a difference and be challenged every day? Join us at Maxim Integrated. With analog integration, the possibilities are endless.

Saving Atlantis
Special preview screenings on Feb. 15th in Portland, Feb. 20th in Corvallis and Feb. 21 in Newport; free, but tickets required.
Saving Atlantis is a documentary about one of the most consequential issues of our time: the dramatic decline of global coral reef ecosystems and the impact on human populations that depend on them. Produced by a team of award-winning filmmakers and researchers, the film follows those who are fighting to uncover the causes of coral decline and find solutions before it’s too late. It is an emotional exploration of some of our planet's greatest natural wonders at a tipping point in their ecological history.

College of Engineering Resume Day
Friday, February 16 | 10am-12pm and 1pm-4pm | 124 Johnson Hall
Get your resume ready for the Career Expo! Come to one of our hour-long workshops and learn how to improve your resume before the Winter Career Expo on February 21st. Space is limited; pre-register in Handshake to reserve your spot.

BIS Meet the Firms
Friday, Feb 16 | 10 am to 2 pm | Austin Hall (third floor)
Business Information Systems at the College of Business is hosting its annual “BIS Meet the Firms” expo. Interested BIS, CS and College of Business students are welcome to attend the expo. The expo is like an internship/job fair targeted towards BIS/CS majors although not all firms attending the expo will be recruiting.

Experience Oregon Tech
Wednesday, Feb 21 | 3:30 pm to 7:00 pm | Matt Knight Arena, Eugene | FREE (Ticket Required)
Experience Oregon Technology is a Technology Association of Oregon (TAO) initiative that brings top students from Oregon Colleges and Universities together with premier technology companies in the state. This program introduces students (at no cost) to Oregon’s large and growing tech industry, everything from the exciting startup scene to global leaders in technology. Students who participate will tour industry companies and network with CEOs, CIOs, HR managers, Marketing Managers, Business Development Managers, Project Mangers, programmers, designers, and interns – the entire spectrum of roles. Students will learn about the culture of these companies and get a huge head start on the many internships and jobs available there.

Hidden Figures | Modern Figures: Meet Systems Engineer Tracy Drain
Thu, February 22 | 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM | 112 Kearney Hall | Free
Tracy Drain is a Flight Systems Engineer at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory and Deputy Chief Engineer for the Juno Mission to Jupiter. Inspired by Childcraft Books and Star Trek, Tracy Drain dreamt of designing and building the Starship Enterprise when she grew up. Tracy is passionate about space exploration and STEM fields in general and loves taking every opportunity to share her enthusiasm with students, their parents and teachers. Lunch is included. Register

GRADx – Ideas in Action
Thursday, February 22 | 6 to 8 p.m. | Milam Auditorium Room 026
The Graduate School (in partnership with the Inspiration Dissemination radio show) is hosting GRADx. Inspired by TED Talks, GRADx explores ideas in action. Six graduate students from different colleges and programs will share the questions and motivations framing their research in an 8-10 minute engaging format. Presenters are challenged to reach beyond an academic audience and provoke conversations that matter. Attendance is free and all members of the OSU and Corvallis community are encouraged to attend.

PDX Women in Tech (PDXWIT) Women of Color in Tech
Tue, February 27 | 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM | Puppet, Portland
Join us for an event dedicated to women of color currently seeking employment or currently working in technology in the Portland metro area to dialogue, network and meet. Amanda Lopez, of Ruby Receptionists, will lead the group in creating an inclusive space to share challenges, opportunities and experiences specific to people who identify as a woman of color.

The Oregon State Sports Engineering and Product Development Club presents
The Mechanics of Footwear Innovation an hour with Innovator Mike Friton
Wednesday, February 28 | 7-8 P.M. | LINC 302 | Free
Mike Friton will share insight from his 30 years at Nike's secretive Innovation Kitchen and comment on the future of the athletic footwear industry. Friton's career began at Bowerman Lab, an athletic footwear “think tank” created by Bill Bowerman, Co-Founder of Nike before he joined Nike's Innovation kitchen as a Senior Innovator. Friton is a Junior National Champion in Steeple Chase and a 1980 United States Olympic Trials competitor. Today, he holds 14 patents on prototype shoes and his projects include the recent Back to the Future self-lacing shoe and the Nike Presto. In 2011, Friton left Nike to launch his own footwear prototype enterprise, giving him the flexibility to contract with leading and niche-market footwear companies, and to develop prototypes of his own.

Intel India Oregon (IINDIA –OR) Resume Critique and Mock Interview Event
Saturday, March 3 | 9 AM to 4 PM | Portland State University Engineering Building
Intel India Oregon wants to invite talent from Beaver nation to join them and take this chance to experience interviews and valuable feedback from industry’s leading experts as they get ready to take on the world. This is open to all majors – Electrical/Computer/Mechanical/Chemical/Management – and to all students alike. This is not an official INTEL event and is strictly a voluntary event from IINDIA.

Hack for a Cause
Fri, Apr 6, 2018, 5:00 PM – Sun, Apr 8, 2018, 6:00 PM | Downtown Athletic Club, Eugene
We believe that with the power of the internet anything is possible, which is why we are challenging you (yes, you!) to help us change your community and maybe even the whole world. It starts with an innovative idea to solve problems impacting local organizations; it ends with a hackathon and the opportunity to present your finished product to local businesses and entrepreneurs who can then, in turn, revolutionize with these new tools.

Ignite TAO: Tech v9
Wednesday, April 25 | 5:30-8:30pm | Alberta Rose Theatre, Portland
Ignite is a high-energy evening of 5-minute talks by local people who have a burning idea and the guts to get onstage and share their personal and professional passions. Quick, fun, thought-provoking, social, local, and global - Ignite is all of these and more. This Ignite is focused on all things tech. As an attendee, you'll learn about emerging, innovative, unconventional, inspiring, locally-sourced concepts and tools, and connect with a diverse and passionate crowd of like-minded innovation enthusiasts. Speaker applications are officially open and we encourage applicants to send in their forms, which are due by Friday, February 23rd.


College of Engineering Career Drop-In Hours
Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays 10AM-2PM | 124 Johnson Hall
Have a quick career development question? Come by our fall drop-in hours to get pointed in the right direction.

How Do I Stand Out Against the Competition?
I feel like I need more than just a traditional resume or cover letter in order to stand out to the tech companies I want to work for. What else can I do to separate myself from the competition that's applying to these innovative companies? The Muse

Ten Things Never, Ever To Say In A Salary Negotiation
If you don't respect the company or the manager who is trying to hire you, why you are wasting time in the conversation at all? If other employees are hot to hire you, then why haven't they done it yet? Forbes

What to do when awkward silence descends on your job interview
Awkward silence has a way of eclipsing the friendly banter that was once putting you and the recruiter at ease during a job interview. But while you might feel really odd if this happens fairly often during the questioning, there are ways to both settle down and use it your advantage. Ladders


Special Project Assistant-Undergraduate Research (Erwig) - School of EECS
As an undergrad research assistant your work includes the collaboration with a graduate student on the implementation of program analysis and transformation tools in Haskell plus their evaluation on practical examples. You can also collaborate on writing papers, and you are encouraged to participate in research and reading group meetings of the programming languages group.

Student Project Assistant- Undergraduate Research (Adams) - School of EECS
The role of an Undergraduate Research Assistant (URA) is to work closely with the faculty supervisor to help advance a research project. The position will require basic programming and web interface design. The initial work will focus on developing the laboratory’s website, the later work will be focused on developing web-based user interface widgets. The individual in the position must have required skills in Python, Java, and HTML.

Student App Developer
My name is Trisha Chau and am a student in the College of Science. I am looking for a programmer who can help me develop a language translation web app to be used in the healthcare industries. I had competed in the college-level start up competition last term and would like to continue developing this product further. Position is non-paid. If you are interested in becoming a partner in this project or have any questions, please contact me at

Analog/Mixed Signal Design Intern - MACOM
We are looking for a summer intern to support MACOM’s Hillsboro, Oregon Analog / Mixed Signal Design team in development of integrated circuits for optical communications. Responsibilities may include some or all of the following: investigate circuit architecture; design, analysis and simulation of circuit blocks; integrated circuit layout; perform electrical measurements in the lab.

AI User Experience Internship - Cambia
We are seeking candidates for future full-time roles based on this internship experience. This twelve-week internship is scheduled to begin in either mid-March or May/June. Provide support to the AI Team in the following role: Leverage your ability to translate user needs and business goals into effective user experiences for the web. This includes some combination of user experience research, Content Strategy, Information Architecture, Interaction Design (including interactive prototyping), Visual Design, and front-end development. Support other designers on projects and interfaces with UX design team to produce designs needed. Apply knowledge and expertise to bring new features and new products to launch.

Machine Learning Research Intern - IQVIA
We have two machine learning research intern openings. They will work with me on a physician targeting project, where we try to use clinical data to identify which doctors will have high prescription amount once a drug become available on the market. Because one important goal for the intern is to have patent or publications during the summer, senior Stats, EE, CS Ph.D. candidates are highly preferred for these openings.

High Performance Computing Visualization Intern - NVIDIA
We are now looking for extraordinary interns with a real passion for visualization to join our High Performance Computing Visualization team. Our mission is to use the graphics and compute processing from GPUs to take scientific visualization to the next level. Scientific visualization is evolving rapidly with the recent advances in rendering algorithms, display technology, and supercomputer architectures. In addition, the rise of cognitive capabilities thanks to advances in machine learning have enabled entirely novel approaches to visualization of largest-scale datasets. In this internship, you will have a chance to create an impact and become a part of this revolution. Are you dedicated, upbeat and dynamic with excellent analytical ability? Are you a software engineer passionate and highly motivated about solving complex problems? If so, you may be a perfect fit for our group.

2018 Google Summer Internships: Applications are open -- apply now!
Interested in exploring more roles and opportunities? Check out! For all Google news and updates, check out the Google Student Blog.

Temporary Analyst Programmer - OSU Department of Biomedical Sciences
The National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences (NCATS, a part of the National Institutes of Health) is supporting our team at OSU (Principle Investigators Stephen Ramsey in the Carlson College of Veterinary Medicine and David Koslicki in the College of Science) to build a software “biomedical reasoning tool” through a type of award mechanism called an Other Transaction (award number 1OT2TR002520). The project, being a software development project, will require a software developer to work on software coding, testing, design, and documentation.

Analyst Programmer - OSU Enterprise Computing Services
Participate in the design, enhancement, modification and implementation of vendor supplied software and custom applications. This includes but is not limited to: providing the analysis, design, code, implementation, test; interview customers to determine requirements; design implementation strategies consistent with the overall project plan; write and modify job control programs for current hw/sw configurations; design, automate and simplify software development processes to achieve continuous delivery.

Analyst Programmer - OSU Office of the Registrar
This position supports the Office of the Registrar in the development of technological solutions, products and services that impact departmental and campus-wide processes, activities, and information processing. This position is a member of a focused team of application developers and analysts in the creation of new products and services using existing or new technologies and applications, utilizing structured project management methodologies and tools. These outcomes are designed to enhance and/or improve departmental and campus processes, and provide the best possible customer service experience.

Analyst Programmer - OSU Enterprise Computing Services
This is a limited duration appointment expected to last approximately 2 years from the appointment begin date. This position provides analysis and programming support for administrative information systems. This position functions within a team-based management environment. These outcomes are designed to enhance and/or improve departmental and campus processes, and provide the best possible customer service experience. The incumbent will work with administrators and users through the processes of analysis, design, coding and testing to provide appropriate enhancements and maintenance for the Hyland Onbase and other software packages necessary to the business of higher education.

Software Engineering / MES Consultant - Enhanced Information Solutions
This software engineering / MES consultant position provides the opportunity to perform Computer System Validation (CSV) activities for Manufacturing Execution System (MES) software, to learn about integration between MES and other computer systems and to use MES to develop process recipes. Specific roles may include: developing/executing test scripts as part of system validation, meeting with customers to gather and document system requirements, performing risk analysis, authoring MES recipes, etc.

University Graduate Roles at Google: Apply now! Full-time applications are reviewed on a rolling admission basis, so apply soon:

Application Engineer - Phoenix Integration
Our Application Engineers work closely with our sales team and are often on the road. They are technical experts who: develop and maintain positive customer relationships; work closely with the Sales and Marketing organization to identify and develop sales opportunities; provide pre-sales and tier II post-sales customer support; participate in engineering services activities such as product benchmarks, consulting projects, and customer training; prepare technical marketing collateral (case studies, technical papers); attend and speak at trade shows and conferences.

Production Application Engineer - Phoenix Integration
Production Application Engineers work on customer projects and usually don’t travel. They are technical experts who: participate in paid engineering services activities such as software customizations; participate in technology development projects; develop, manage, and conduct software training courses; prepare technical marketing collateral (case studies, technical papers); participate in internal engineering activities such as product testing and benchmarks.

Business Systems Analyst - ControlTek
The Business Systems Analyst is responsible for the support, maintenance, installation, and configuration of information technology infrastructure; analysis, implementation, and improvement of Information Systems that support business processes, objectives and strategies.

Electrical / Chemical Engineer - UMPQUA Research Company
The journey to Mars needs new ideas and thought processes. We are looking for an eager individual who wants to be in a position to put forth their ideas and then make them happen. At our facilities in Myrtle Creek we have machining capabilities, CAD personnel, and a full-scale water analysis laboratory for use in system development and testing. Our staff includes chemists and Chemical Engineers, along with drafting personnel. We need an Electronic Engineer to replace a long-term member of our team. Knowledge in chemistry / Chemical Engineering is a plus. This is a permanent position with long term opportunities to participate in the challenge of reaching Mars. Our current program is Micro-wave Generated Plasma Pyrolis of Methane to Acetylene for the recovery of hydrogen.

GPU Deep Learning Development Tools Architect - NVIDIA
The NVIDIA Architecture group is looking for world class programmers and GPU-accelerated deep learning experts to develop the core infrastructure for our deep learning efforts and thus enhance the modeling, analysis, and debugging in the development of large scale general purpose Graphics and Computing chips. This infrastructure enables scalable and distributed deep learning on our own super computer.

Senior CPU Microcode Software Architect - NVIDIA
You will work as part of NVIDIA's CPU architecture team to design and implement hardware and software improvements to future NVIDIA processors. Using your experience and knowledge, you will analyze interactions between microcode software and low level hardware implementation details. You will recommend and implement optimizations to NVIDIA's runtime and compilers to improve current and future platforms.

DL Performance Analysis Architect - NVIDIA
NVIDIA is developing processor and system architectures that accelerate machine learning, AI, automotive and high performance computing applications. We are looking for an experienced performance architect to join our deep learning projections and competitive analysis effort. This position offers you the opportunity to make a meaningful impact in a fast-moving, technology focused company.

Senior Verification Engineer - NVIDIA
As a Senior ASIC Verification engineer at NVIDIA, verify the design and implementation of our state of the art custom microprocessor. This position offers the opportunity to have real impact in a dynamic, technology-focused company impacting product lines ranging from consumer graphics to self-driving cars and the growing field of artificial intelligence. We have crafted a team of extraordinary people stretching around the globe, whose mission is to push the frontiers of what is possible today and define the platform for the future of computing.

GPU Deep Learning Development Tools Architect - NVIDIA
The NVIDIA Architecture group is looking for extraordinary programmers and GPU-accelerated deep learning experts to develop the core infrastructure for our deep learning efforts and thus improve the modeling, analysis, and debugging in the development of large scale general purpose Graphics and Computing chips. This infrastructure enables scalable and distributed deep learning on our own super computer.

GPU C++ Development Tools Architect - NVIDIA
In this position, you will develop the core infrastructure for modeling, analysis, and debugging in the development of large-scale, general-purpose graphics and computing chips. This C++ infrastructure enables our driver stack, applications, tests, and studies to run unchanged on all functional, diagnostic, and performance models, and on simulations, emulations, and silicon for all of our graphics chips.

Compute Performance Developer Technology Engineer - NVIDIA
NVIDIA is hiring passionate, world class computer scientists to work in its Compute Developer Technology (Devtech) team. In this role, you will research and develop techniques to GPU-accelerate leading applications in high performance computing fields within machine and deep learning, scientific computing, and data processing. You'll be performing in-depth analysis and optimizations to ensure the best possible performance on current and next-generation GPU architectures.

AI Developer Technology Engineer - NVIDIA
NVIDIA is looking for a passionate, world-class computer scientist to work in its Compute Developer Technology (Devtech) team as an AI Developer Technology Engineer. Study and develop cutting-edge techniques in deep learning, graphs, machine learning, and data analytics, and perform in-depth analysis and optimization to ensure the best possible performance on current- and next-generation GPU architectures. Work directly with key customers to understand the current and future problems they are solving and provide the best AI solutions using GPUs. Collaborate closely with the architecture, research, libraries, tools, and system software teams at NVIDIA to influence the design of next-generation architectures, software platforms, and programming models.

Electrical Engineer 1 - Black & Veatch
Functions in an engineer 1 capacity. Under close supervision, performs routine aspects of engineering assignments requiring knowledge and application of basic engineering principles. Applies knowledge of engineering principles to prescribed techniques and procedures to complete project assignments.

Analyst Programmer - OSU Enterprise Computing Services
The services provided by the Information Services Units, including Academic Technology, Enterprise Computing, Infrastructure Services, and Web and Mobile Services, assist the university community by facilitating the transmission of knowledge of expertise to its members thereby enhancing their ability to be productive, valued and esteemed members of the University serving the State of Oregon. This position provides design, analysis and programming support for a web services API infrastructure for data propagation, as well as the analysis and development of other tools and product integrations. This position functions within a team-based management environment.

Tenure Track Assistant Professor - Oregon Institute of Technology
Oregon Institute of Technology, a premier public polytechnic university in the Pacific Northwest, and the Computer Systems Engineering Technology (CSET) department, invite applications for position of Instructor in the Software Engineering Technology program. While the primary job duties are teaching and advising, this tenure track position has additional institutional and professional development expectations that allow for a robust professional work environment. Professional development may include but is not limited to the publication of scholarly works, applied research, collaboration with industrial partners, grant writing, or consulting activities. Institutional service may include on-campus committee membership and participation in departmental initiatives. Candidates must have a strong desire to teach, and must be able to teach courses from an introduction to programming (C++) on through upper division courses. Specific areas of expertise we are interested in: Networking, Graphical User Interfaces, Operating Systems, Software Engineering practices and principles, and project/team management. A successful candidate should have a deeper level of experience in at least one of these areas and must be competent to teach in several of these areas.

Non Tenure Instructor - Oregon Institute of Technology
The College of Enginering, Management, and Technology at Oregon Tech is seeking applications for a full-time, renewable Instructor appointment in the Department of Computer Systems Engineering Technology beginning in September 2018. Annual appointment renewal of up to three years will be based upon satisfactory performance review, staffing needs, and funding. Rank commensurate with qualifications and experience. The primary duties for this position is in the instruction of our students. Advising is also a key element of this position. Computer Systems Engineering Technology (CSET) is a student-centric department focused primarily on teaching. Faculty are responsible for teaching both their classes and any associated labs. This dynamic learning environment is one aspect that attracts students to our programs but is also one of the many reasons so many of our faculty have elected to stay here for so long.

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