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KUDOS

Liquid metals take stretchable circuits to new heights
Callen Votzke and Matt Johnston's work in 3D-printed interconnects for stretchable electronics was featured as a Research Highlight in Nature Electronics.

NOT NEWS, BUT OF INTEREST

Engineering Majors Once Again Among Those Most in Demand
Employer demand by individual major at the bachelor’s degree level has shifted back to a mix of both business and technical degrees, according to results of NACE’s Job Outlook 2019 survey. Most notably, engineering majors return to the list of majors most in demand. Last year, there were no engineering majors among the top 10; eight of the spots were filled by business majors. This year, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, and computer engineering are interspersed throughout the list. National Association of Colleges and Employers

OSU College of Engineering changes its curriculum model to drive student success
With the goal of helping students succeed by offering more options and flexibility, the Oregon State University College of Engineering is embarking on a new curriculum model, including changing the way students are admitted to the college. The college is replacing its professional program (Pro-School) model with a “continuous progression model” beginning with the 2019-20 academic year, Scott Ashford, Kearney Professor and Dean of the College of Engineering, announced today. OSU press release

Uniting hardware and software proves challenging for Portland tech industry
The two subsectors of the local tech industry, hardware and software, have been growing apart. Hardware development continues to cluster in the suburbs, while software operations have moved downtown. The development pattern has created a dilemma. The future of technology marries the two specializations. Right now, the bifurcated industry is unprepared to capitalize on the internet of things, autonomous vehicles and other hybrid technologies. Oregon Business

Portland marketing technology startup Lytics raises another $35 million
Portland online marketing company Lytics said Thursday it has raised another $35 million, its biggest investment round to date. The company said it will use the money to add features to its product. The company said it’s looking for larger space and expects to double its workforce within the next 12 months. The Oregonian

OPPORTUNITIES

Virtual and Augmented Reality
Have you ever wanted to try out virtual or augmented reality, or wanted to help design it? Then come join the virtual and augmented reality club! You can come and try out VR/AR with our equipment, or you can come help us in the designing of a VR game. We’re in the process of making a VR escape room and more help is always welcome! So if you want to try out VR/AR or want to help design and make VR/AR come to our weekly meetings. Weekly meetings are on Wednesdays 7-9 pm in Snell Hall room 100A (the visualization lab).

"Introduction to Genome Biology" Course for EECS Students (BOT499/599, Spring 2019)
This course introduces students from any background, including a quantitative background (e.g. computer science, math, statistics, physics, engineering), to basic concepts from molecular biology, in order to explore the field of genomics and computational biology. The course has no pre-requisites, and will progress from understanding DNA, RNA, and protein production in cells to understanding relevant concepts in modern genome biology such as DNA modifications and chromatin structure. The course will contain a project that teaches practical parallelization of genomic data, for use in answering biological questions. For this reason, it is requested that students entering the course are proficient in a scripting language (e.g. Python, Perl, R, Matlab, etc).

Academia vs. Industry
Monday, Feb. 25 | 4 p.m. | Gilbert 224
Graduate students contemplating career options after graduation are invited to attend an “Academia vs. Industry” panel discussion, sponsored by the Graduate Student Association at the School of Chemical, Biological, and Environmental Engineering. Four guests with academic and industrial experience will be on hand to answer questions. Refreshments provided.

VMB 651 – Cancer Systems Biology
Tues/Thur 10:00-11:20 AM | Dryden Hall 104 | Spring 2019 | Lead instructor: Stephen Ramsey
To enroll, email stephen.ramsey@oregonstate.edu
A discussion- and journal article-based course

  • single-cell genome/transcriptome sequencing
  • cancer sub-typing via the transcriptome / genome
  • cross-species ‘omics data analysis
  • pan-cancer genome analysis
  • ‘omics-based prediction of response to therapy
  • unique challenges and features of a systems biology approach to cancer research

2019-2020 Ambassadors
The College of Engineering is hiring for 2019-2020 Ambassadors! An informational session will be held on Wednesday, March 6th from 4-5pm in Johnson 219 for those who are interested. As an Ambassador, students will have the opportunity to get more involved with the College of Engineering through outreach, recruitment, current student support, and alumni relations. For more information, position requirements, and to apply, visit http://bit.ly/beacoeambassador. Please note: all applicants MUST be members of the Leadership Academy.

2019 Regional Leadership Development Conference - Power of the Past, Force of the Future
April 11-14 | Portland, Oregon
The Northwest RLDC attracts high school and college students as well as professionals from Washington, Oregon, California, Nevada, and Alaska for this 4 day conference. The RLDC helps students improve their managerial, organizational, and technical skills via hands on workshops and networking events, supporting the different fields and specialties within engineering. The conference will also feature a career fair.

Beaver BarCamp 19
Saturday, April 6 | 9:00am to 6:00pm | Kelley Engineering Center | Free
Share your passion, connect with others, and learn something new at Beaver BarCamp 19. This informal un-conference has been hosted by the OSU Open Source Lab for well over 10 years. Attendees can participate in sessions throughout the day or propose their own session on a project, hobby or research interest. Help us fill OSU’s Kelley Engineering Center with interesting ideas and skills. Free registration and open to ALL: students, staff and community members.

Computing4Change, SC 19
November 16 - 22, 2019, Denver, CO | Nominations close: 08 April, 2019
Are you an undergraduate student who wants not just to enhance your skillset, but also to create positive change in your community? Computing4Change is a competition for students from diverse disciplines and backgrounds who want to work collaboratively to:

  1. Learn to apply data analysis and computational thinking to a social challenge
  2. Experience the latest tools and techniques for exploring data through visualization
  3. Expand skills in team-based problem solving
  4. Learn how to communicate ideas more effectively to the general public

SCHOLARSHIPS/FELLOWSHIPS

U.S Department of Energy DOE Scholars Program at the Advanced Research Projects Agency–Energy (ARPA-E)
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E) is devoted exclusively to support research and development of high-potential, high-impact energy technologies that are too early for private-sector investment. Applicants should be prepared for deep immersion in a specific energy program area and must be comfortable and be able to complete tasks independently. This internship opportunity offers experience in advancing the transition of cutting-edge energy technologies to market applications in a fast-paced environment. Open to undergraduate and graduate students.

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.

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: 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. 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. Deadline: March 31.

2019 Microsoft Research Dissertation Grant
Broadening participation in computing is a core part of Microsoft's values; accordingly, we are excited to continue the Microsoft Research Dissertation Grant that aims to recognize, support, and mentor diverse doctoral students as they complete their dissertation research in computing-related fields. This grant is open to doctoral students in their fourth year or beyond, studying computing topics at universities in the United States, Canada and Mexico, who are underrepresented in the field of computing which include those who self-identify as a woman, African American, Black, Hispanic, Latinx, American Indian, Alaska Native, Native Hawaiian, Pacific Islander, and/or people with disabilities. The program allows students to submit a grant proposal of up to $25,000 to support their dissertation research; grant recipients will also get to take part in a two-day career workshop at Microsoft Research Redmond this autumn. Grant proposals for 2019 are due on March 31.

Apriorit Computer Science Scholarship Program
Apriorit offers an educational technology grant for college freshmen in USA, 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. 1 Prize: $1000. Application deadline: August 1, 2019.

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.

Solar Energy Research for the Terawatt Challenge - Arizona State University
The QESST Engineering Research Center offers undergraduates the opportunity to participate in solar energy research. Through work on the pilot line, students will have access to state-of-the-art facilities and gain experience directly relevant to industry, giving them the opportunity to demonstrate the commercial impact and relevance of their ideas by guiding them through the steps required to bring new ideas to commercialization. Application Deadline: March 1, 2019.

EERE Robotics Internship Program - Department of Energy
The U.S. Department of Energy Office of Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy (EERE) Robotics Internship Program provides opportunities for students and recent graduates to intern at federal national laboratories and private sector organizations throughout the United States. This program is a partnership between the public and private sectors to continue the development of the future robotics technical, engineering, and advanced manufacturing workforce. Application deadline: March 5, 2019.

Cyberinfrastructure (CI) Research 4 Social Change - Texas Advanced Computing Center, The University of Texas at Austin
The Cyberinfrastructure (CI) Research for Social Change Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) at TACC is actively engaging 10 undergraduate students each summer for nine-weeks in solving real-world problems of national relevance, teaching them to not only be critical thinkers, but to be creative and reflective as well. Students gain skills in advanced programming and problem solving and use the CI to conduct cutting-edge research in engineering, science, and computational medicine. Research projects emphasize advanced computing as a tool to power discoveries that will impact social change for future generations. Application deadline: April 1.

GRADUATE EXAMS

MS Final Exam – Pavan Kumar Ramakrishna
Thursday, February 28 | 2:00pm to 4:00pm | KEC 1005
Energy-efficient OTA Architectures using Load-pole Cancellation
Major Advisor: David J. Allstot; Committee: Tejasvi Anand, Gabor Temes; GCR: William Warnes

COLLOQUIA/SEMINARS

Wildbook - Photographic Censusing of Wildlife
Monday, February 25 | 4:00pm to 4:50pm | Weniger 151
Jason Parham, Senior Computer Vision Research Engineer, Wild Me; Computer Science Ph.D. Candidate, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY

A unified program synthesis framework for automating end-user programming tasks
Tuesday, February 26 | 10:00am to 11:00am | KEC 1007
Xinyu Wang, PhD Candidate, UT Austin

Empiricism-Informed Secure System Design: From Improving Passwords to Helping Domestic Violence Victims
Thursday, February 28 | 10:00am to 11:00am | KEC 1007
Rahul Chatterjee, PhD Candidate, Cornell University

Safe, Real-Time Software Architectures for Cyber-Physical Systems
Friday, March 1 | 10:00am to 11:00am | KEC 1005
Renato Mancuso, Assistant Professor, Computer Science Department, Boston University

Designing Robots for Collaboration and Companionship
Guy Hoffman, Assistant Professor, Sibley School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Cornell University
Friday, March 1 | 10:00 - 11:00 a.m. | Rogers Hall 226

Gaulke Distinguished Lecture: Energy Efficient Computing in Nanoscale CMOS
Friday, March 1 | 4:00pm to 4:50pm | KEC 1003
Vivek De, Intel Fellow, Director of Circuit Technology Research, Intel Labs
Future computing systems spanning exascale supercomputers to wearable devices demand orders of magnitude improvements in energy efficiency while providing desired performance. The system-on-chip (SoC) designs need to span a wide range of performance and power across diverse platforms and workloads. The designs must achieve robust near-threshold-voltage (NTV) operation in nanoscale CMOS  process while supporting a wide voltage-frequency operating range with  minimal impact on die cost. We will discuss circuit and design technologies to overcome the challenges posed by device parameter variations, supply noises, temperature excursions, aging-induced degradations, workload and activity changes, and reliability considerations.

EVENTS

Academia vs. Industry
Monday, Feb. 25 | 4 p.m. | Gilbert 224
Graduate students contemplating career options after graduation are invited to attend an “Academia vs. Industry” panel discussion, sponsored by the Graduate Student Association at the School of Chemical, Biological, and Environmental Engineering. Four guests with academic and industrial experience will be on hand to answer questions. Refreshments provided.

PDX Lunch & Learn: Organic Intelligence - Applying Math and Computers to Data to Tell a Story about the Human Experience
Wednesday, February 27 | 11:30 am to 1:00 pm | Corios, Portland | Free 
Technology Association of Oregon invite you to a Lunch & Learn where Corios President Robin Way will pull back the covers on AI, break it into bite-size chunks, and we'll get the audience involved in some interactive exercises to make it more approachable and practical. You'll leave with a more tangible understanding, some laughs, and possibly the starter kit for incorporating AI in your own business processes.

GRADx – Ideas in Action
Thursday, February 28 | 4 to 6 p.m. | LaSells Stewart Center – Austin Auditorium | Free
Inspired by TED Talks, and in partnership with the OSU Inspiration Dissemination radio show, GRADx explores ideas in action. Six graduate students from different colleges will share the questions and motivations framing their research in an 8-10 minute engaging format with the goal of inspiring and connecting with a diverse audience. A.J. Fillo, PhD candidate in Mechanical Engineering, was selected to participate based on their outstanding research, inspiring journey and dedication to the graduate student experience. Attendance is free and all members of the OSU and Corvallis community are encouraged to attend.

OSU’s Best New Idea Pitch Competition
Thursday, February 28 | 6 pm speaker, 7 pm pitch competition | Austin Hall 126
This informal competition provides students with an opportunity to share new ideas (that have not been pitched before) with a friendly audience. Prior to the competition, special guest judge Nita Shah of Micro Enterprise Services of Oregon will provide inspiration by sharing her extensive experience in the community microlending arena. Students are invited to develop an idea during Nita's presentation and share it during the pitch competition or come at 7 pm with a prepared new idea.

Jobs in the Micro- and Nano-Electronics Industry: Connecting College Students to Industry
Friday, March 1 | 12:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. | Portland State University | Free
This professional development seminar organized by SEMI Pacific Northwest is for students who want to learn about career opportunities in high tech and acquire valuable, practical information that will help you choose career directions and plan for success. The PDS immediately follows the SEMI Breakfast Forum on Wearable electronics in the same location – with a deep discount for students.

Internet-Of-Things Alliance (IOTA) Industry Panel
Monday, March 4 | 6:00pm to 6:50pm | Johnson 102
Three industry representatives will participate in a Q&A panel event hosted by the OSU Internet-Of-Things Alliance (IOTA). They’ll take questions about software development, career directions, and especially about projects at the intersection of innovative software and innovative hardware. No registration is required, but be sure to put this event on your calendar now so you don’t forget!

InnovationX Team Building Mixer
Thursday, March 7 | 6 pm pitches, ~7 pm team matchups | Austin Hall 100
Students with business ideas and students with skills to share are invited to this all-comers team building mixer. Have a business idea? You've got 90 seconds to describe your concept and the skills you're looking for. Whether your company is still an idea or already off the ground, we want to hear from you!

PDX Lunch & Learn: Clear Investing in a Noisy World
Wednesday, March 20 | 11:30 - 1 pm | Cushman & Wakefield, Portland) | Free
No longer do companies provide the safety net they once did, the workforce is more competitive than ever, and people are living long---a good thing---but a fact that puts more stress on your finances. Cordant Wealth Partners and Technology Association of Oregon invite you to get clear on your financial goals and learn what financial information matters and what to ignore.

Beaver BarCamp 19
Saturday, April 6 | 9:00am to 6:00pm | Kelley Engineering Center | Free
Share your passion, connect with others, and learn something new at Beaver BarCamp 19. This informal un-conference has been hosted by the OSU Open Source Lab for well over 10 years. Attendees can participate in sessions throughout the day or propose their own session on a project, hobby or research interest. Help us fill OSU’s Kelley Engineering Center with interesting ideas and skills. Free registration and open to ALL: students, staff and community members.

2019 Regional Leadership Development Conference - Power of the Past, Force of the Future
April 11-14 | Portland, Oregon
The Northwest RLDC attracts high school and college students as well as professionals from Washington, Oregon, California, Nevada, and Alaska for this 4 day conference. The RLDC helps students improve their managerial, organizational, and technical skills via hands on workshops and networking events, supporting the different fields and specialties within engineering. The conference will also feature a career fair.

JOB SEARCH AND CAREER ADVICE

How to Stand Out in the Fast-Growing Tech Space
Standing out, especially in the tech industry, can be tough. You’re competing with people with similar skillsets, so setting yourself apart can be difficult. Whether you’ve recently graduated with a computer science degree, or you’re a 20-year veteran of the tech industry trying to advance, how do you make your skills, both technical and soft, stick out? The Muse

How to Use Body Language to Help Ace a Job Interview
You’ve prepped well for your job interview: your resume is in top shape, you’ve researched the company and you have answers ready for all the most common questions. But what about your body language? In turns out that when it comes to job interviews, there’s a lot of truth in the phrase, “Actions speak louder than words.” Work + Money

These are the salary trends you need to know before your next negotiation
Before you go into a salary negotiation for a new job or a bump in pay for the position you already have, here is the information you should seek out to make your case. Fast Company

JOBS

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

Internet-Of-Things Alliance (IOTA) Industry Panel
Monday, March 4 | 6:00pm to 6:50pm | Johnson 102
Three industry representatives will participate in a Q&A panel event hosted by the OSU Internet-Of-Things Alliance (IOTA). They’ll take questions about software development, career directions, and especially about projects at the intersection of innovative software and innovative hardware. No registration is required, but be sure to put this event on your calendar now so you don’t forget!

Renewable Materials Recruiting Days
March 7 and 8 | Richardson Hall
We would love to have some engineering students attend if possible. If there are interested students, contact Michelle Maller at Michelle.Maller@oregonstate.edu.

Student Jobs

Student Technical Assistant - School of EECS
This position preforms a wide variety of work that supports the quality of education in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at the university. Positions may include activities such as mentoring, checking off work, holding office hours, helping with recitation, and/or helping with 2 hour labs with direct guidance from the supervisor.

Student Information Technology - College of Engineering
This position is responsible for helping students troubleshoot computer issues at a student run help desk. Troubleshooting computer issues; communicating technical problems; working in a team environment to resolve complex issues; learning new technical concepts.

Student Information Technology - College of Engineering
This position is responsible for the monitoring conditions of the computer labs, stocking and maintaining the printers, and enforcing lab rules. Doing rounds to monitor the state of the labs; interacting with students in need; stocking and maintaining printers; communicating with coworkers.

HR Salesforce Tech Analyst
The Office of Human Resources seeks a student to assist with front-line user support, troubleshooting, maintenance and development of Benny Hire, a business application using the Salesforce platform. Support end-users of the Benny Hire system with technical questions and issues over the phone or by email. Troubleshoot, investigate, debug and log technical issues in Benny Hire application as identified by end-users. Assist with development of self-help tools within the Salesforce Benny Hire platform, such as interactive help text, contextual help notes and chat bot content. Develop a knowledge of Salesforce DX and Lightning programming experience and assist with the maintenance and new feature development of the Benny Hire application.

Student Information Technology - Tanguay Lab
The position is to work on a multi-disciplinary engineering team to build custom scientific software. This is an opportunity to be involved in designing of first of their kind prototype scientific instruments. From robotics, computer vision, fluidics and software design, there is a vast number of hands on experience and practical skills to be gained. The position will primarily involve in writing software in python, C, or C++ to operate custom instruments. Additional task includes designing, soldering, assemble circuit boards and programming Arduino boards.

Engineering Student Small Device Designer
Develop a table-top seed transportation device that reacts to computer demands to separate pure seed from off-types. Investigate existing technology, choose best option or develop an appropriate device that transports and separates different seed types

Student Technical Assistant - OPEnS Lab
OSU’s OPEnS Lab seeks student researchers to work in a 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. They’ll 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).

Student Information Technology (COSINE Helpdesk) Student
Members of the Cosine helpdesk are the first line of technical support for the Colleges of Science, Liberal Arts, Education and a few departments in the College of Agriculture at Oregon State University. Cosine is responsible for all aspects of IT support for its customers. The helpdesk is staffed by approximately ten part-time student workers and the help desk supervisor. There are five other full-time Cosine employees who support the back-end infrastructure.

Student Programmer - OSU Department of Integrative Biology
Programming using one or more of the following- Javascript, CSS, HTML, UNIX, D3, Drupal, PHP – 80%. Must report regularly to the position supervisor- 20%.

Math Learning Center Tutor
Students go to the learning center to acquire help with math homework, complete exams, and to work on assignments. Tutors are employed to help tutor Mathematics students. Tutor Mathematics students in classes below MTH 254.

App Developer
The Jessie F. Richardson Foundation is looking for app developers to work with us to create a multi-generational tool for older adults to trade their knowledge/skills for community services. For more information email Janelle: jnchurchill86@gmail.com.

MIME IT Technician
Student job opening for College of Engineering MIME IT Technician: MIME IT is hiring for one Student IT Technician to assist in supporting the technology in the School of Mechanical, Industrial, and Manufacturing. This includes hardware, software, wireless, network, and some server support. Please apply online at https://jobs.oregonstate.edu/postings/62853.

Learning Assistant (LA)-ENGR 111
The College of Engineering is seeking a number of Learning Assistants (LA) for fall term and possibly future terms depending on need and performance. Students in this position will work in the class room under the supervision of instructors to assist with classroom management, student learning, and helping students learn behaviors that will engender success in engineering studies within the College of Engineering.

Ecampus Tech-Student Information Technology
Course Development Student Worker works closely with various members of the Multimedia team of the Course Development and Training Unit of Ecampus to help with the process of creating and maintaining web multimedia resources for online courses through a variety of tasks. Evaluate and investigate web technologies, solutions, and vendors to create prototypes, and proofs-of-concept which could be used by the Multimedia team in courses and internal applications. Develop and maintain front-end web applications and services provided by the Multimedia team to Extended Campus.

Internships

Software Developer Intern - InsightsNow (Corvallis)
The Software Developer Intern is a temporary position with the primary purpose of providing on the job programming experience for the intern to fulfill their university work experience requirement. InsightsNow, is currently undertaking a data warehouse project which would involve multiple input/output interfaces and a data management module. The intern will work with an experienced software developer during the project which is expected to last at least six months.

Software Engineer Intern - CDK Global
As a Software Engineer Intern, you will help to engineer the next generation of enterprise class software solutions at CDK utilizing a broad range of the latest technologies. The intern's primary responsibilities include development of services and components (design, coding, testing). The internship will provide hands-on technical experience and will work with other team members, architects and product owners in the early and continuous delivery of high quality software products that delight our customers. Student must be a results oriented individual, who can use agile software development principles to achieve the desired business outcome.

Analog/Mixed Signal Design Intern at MACOM in Hillsboro
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.

Engineering Professional Internships: Fall 2019 - Walt Disney World Resort
As a member of the Facilities & Operations Services team, you will help to engineer the magic. You will be part of a team that works each day to design, build, service and maintain a level of service that exceeds our client and guest expectations. Your team's responsibilities may include: Provide strategic and project support for new and existing attractions and facilities; develop global design and safety standards; design and supervise the fabrication and testing of enhancements and new designs for ride vehicles and systems; provide software services for ride, show and other process control systems being developed and installed in the Disney parks. Required Education: Currently enrolled in a Bachelor's degree or Post Graduate degree at an accredited 4 year college or university majoring in an Engineering related major including: Mechanical, Electrical, Civil, Structural, Environmental, Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Building Construction, Project Management, Engineering Management, Architecture and Landscape Architecture, Cyber Security and Secure Computing and Networks.

Full-Time Positions

Software Engineer - Ideal Logic
Join a small team of hard-working, dedicated professionals providing an excellent custom software-as-a-service experience to a wide range of clients and industries. Help grow and develop Ideal-Logic’s engine and infrastructure; also use it to build, deliver, and support Ideal-Logic custom applications. Implement integration projects with external systems via various APIs and techniques (generally using Perl to interact with REST APIs). Serve as backup hardware/software support for co-located Linux Ubuntu servers. Learn Ideal-Logic code base (Perl, C, Javascript). Work closely with CTO to grow and develop Ideal-Logic engine. Support Ideal-Logic clients directly with in-person, phone, and email support.

Controls Engineer - Cascade Pacific Pulp
Cascade Pacific Pulp is looking for an exceptional Controls Engineer to join our team in Halsey Oregon. As an essential member of our staff you will be involved in managing and supporting instrument and engineering for controls projects including development and execution of repair plans, and updates/maintenance for DCS, PLC and PI systems; oversight of the process control fiber optic media server base network; and providing controls engineering support for DCS, PLC and PI systems as well as leadership in capital and other mill projects.

Software Engineer - Reliable Robotics
Reliable Robotics is seeking to hire a full-time Software Engineer to lead the development of our Ground Based System. Responsibilities: work with peers to establish requirements for software; work with peers to define software and system architecture; design and implement simple and reliable software; write great unit tests; test software in staging environment; operate, maintain and support software in production.

Guidance, Navigation and Control Engineer - Reliable Robotics
Reliable Robotics is seeking to hire a full-time Guidance, Navigation and Control (GN&C) Engineer. Responsibilities: work with peers to establish requirements for flight control system; source, select and analyze flight sensors; design and implement flight control algorithms; develop flight simulation programs; test control algorithms in simulation, hardware-in-loop and flight.

Avionics Hardware Development Engineer - Reliable Robotics
Reliable Robotics is seeking to hire a full-time Avionics Hardware Development Engineer. Responsibilities: provide engineering expertise in the design, development and test of avionics hardware for autonomous aircraft; subsystem design and prototyping, schematic capture, prototype bring-up and debugging, hardware bug tracking, functional verification and signal characterization; support product development all the way through development up to production and test.

Flight Software Engineer - Reliable Robotics
Reliable Robotics is seeking to hire a full-time Flight Software Engineer. Responsibilities: work with peers to establish requirements for flight software; work with peers to define software and system architecture; design and implement simple and reliable flight software; write comprehensive unit tests; test software in simulation, hardware-in-loop and flight.

Technical Solutions Consultant, gTech, University Graduate, 2019 Start - 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. 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!

Postdocs

Postdoctoral Scholar in Biocomputing / Statistics Applied to Gut-brain Axis Datasets
The David Lab in the Department of Microbiology at Oregon State University seeks a motivated postdoctoral researcher with a background in data science and machine learning and an interest in microbiology or neuroscience. The lab studies the gut-brain axis to understand how microbes can impact our behavior (in Autism Spectrum Disorder or Anxiety for example). Responsibilities for this position include: leading in the development of computational tools and resources/databases to analyze microbial datasets, impact on host physiology, and associated metadata; working with experimentalists to analyze datasets, validate and address findings; leading in the conception and implementation of new studies investigating properties of main microbial players.

Faculty Positions

Assistant Professor- Computer Science - OSU-Cascades
The School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at Oregon State University invites applications for a full-time (1.0 FTE), 9-month, Tenure Track Assistant Professor position in Computer Science. Appointment at the Assistant Professor rank is anticipated; however, higher rank may be considered depending upon the qualifications of the successful candidate. The Computer Science Program at OSU-Cascades teaches a broad range of undergraduate computer science courses that include introductory computer science, software engineering, data structures, mobile application development, web development, cloud application development, usability engineering, analysis of algorithms, startup entrepreneurship, database management systems, programming languages, and machine learning. The successful candidate is expected to conduct research, obtain grants, and collaborate with existing research programs in the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science and the College of Engineering at OSU-Corvallis and local industry.

Assistant Professor (Practice) - OSU School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Major duties include developing and creating relationships with software-related companies, drawing upon industry partnerships while teaching software engineering to graduate students, and mentoring Master’s students as they advance their software engineering careers through the Computer Science Software Innovation Track. In particular, this faculty member develops and implements industry-relevant education initiatives in software engineering. The audience of these initiatives includes undergraduate students, graduate students, recently-graduated practicing professionals, and experienced software engineering practitioners. Education initiatives should support a lifetime of professional growth and accomplishment, in part by bringing together students and practitioners in ways that promote mutually beneficial engagement and learning. Outreach to, and involvement of, the state and regional technology industry is therefore of utmost concern in the conduct of this job.

Online Web/Cloud Computer Science Post Baccalaureate Instructor
The School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS), within the College of Engineering at Oregon State University, invites applications for online Instructors with a specialization in web development, mobile and/or cloud computing in the Computer Science (CS) Post Baccalaureate (Post Bacc) program. This program is fully online and does not require Instructors to live within the vicinity of the Corvallis campus.

Online Computer Science Post Baccalaureate Instructor
Instructors prepare and/or teach course materials in one or more areas of CS including, but not limited to, the following: Introductory Programming, Data Structures, Algorithms, Databases, Operating Systems, Networking, Security, Software Engineering, Web and Cloud Development, and Mobile Development. Responsibilities include equipping students with the required skill set, facilitating online classroom discussions, assessing student performance, and/or preparing students to be successful leaders in their chosen profession.

 


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