OF NOTE

Oregon State University Vulkan Course
Khronos was pleased to receive this photo of the 2018 Winter Quarter Vulkan class from Oregon State University, taught by Mike Bailey, Professor, Computer Science. Oregon State U is an Academic Member of the Khronos Group. Best of luck to the entire 2018 Vulkan class! Khronos News

IN THE NEWS

Celebrating Women in STEM: Nabilah Al-Tunisi
Nabilah Al-Tunisi walked into the male-dominated oil world, and became a chief engineer at the largest oil and gas company in the world. Al-Tunisi finished her bachelor of science degree in electrical and computer engineering in 1980, from the University of Portland, and her master of science in computer engineering at Oregon State University in 1982. Al-Tunisi has received plenty of recognition for her contributions to a male-dominated field. She was named one of 25 Most Influential Women in Project Management in 2006, and inducted into Oregon State University’s Academy of Distinguished Engineers in 2010. University News, University of Missouri - Kansas City

NOT NEWS, BUT OF INTEREST

Vacasa, expecting to hire hundreds, will expand into new Pearl building
Fueled by more than $100 million in new investment, vacation rental management company Vacasa said it will occupy all the office space in a new, five-story building in Northwest Portland's Pearl District. The additional 61,000 square feet will provide space for 300 employees or more, eventually. The Oregonian

The Revolution Will Be Robotized
OMSI is opening the Robot Revolution exhibit to the public—a traveling crew of over 40 robots from nine different countries, accompanied by a team of robot specialists. The interactive exhibit began in 2015 at the Chicago Museum of Science and Industry and will be at OMSI through September 3. Oregon is also represented by a few robots built by teams in Oregon, from middle schoolers to students at Oregon State University. The Portland Mercury

McAfee, newly split from Intel, opens large Hillsboro office
One of the best-known names in online security, McAfee has had an Oregon presence for years. But the company sold to Intel for $7.7 billion in 2010, ceding its brand as Intel sought a way to integrate security software with its computer chips. Intel gave up last year, spinning McAfee back out as an independent, privately held business and restoring the original name. McAfee's new headquarters are in Silicon Valley, but it retained a vital research site in Oregon, which moved off of a nearby Intel campus at the beginning of this year. The Oregonian

Jive Software's new owner will close Portland office
Jive Software's new owner says it will close its Portland site rather than move to new offices when Jive's current lease expires at the end of September. That marks the definitive end of a vital era in Portland tech. Jive once employed 300 or more on four stories of The Reserve building downtown, but many employees left after the company's sale. A former Jiver who had recently been in the office said no more than a few dozen remain. The Oregonian

Renee James' Ampere Computing inks lease in big, new NW development
Ampere Computing, the chip startup co-founded by former Intel Corp. President Renee James, is building out a Portland engineering design center at one of the city's largest speculative office developments. The company plans to design and build processors that support cloud computing. According to Ampere’s website, the company is hiring central processing unit architects, CPU micro-architects, system-on-a-chip design engineers, SOC and system validation engineers, package design engineers and software engineers. Portland Business Journal

OPPORTUNITIES

BeaverHacks - Spring 18
March 29 - April 1
Join us for OSU Hackathon Club’s online hackathon on March 29th. It’s a great opportunity to be part of a team and build something amazing! You end up with an awesome project to add to your resume and also demonstrate that you work well with others and can meet tight deadlines! For more info or to sign up, visit https://beaverhacks-spring18.devpost.com/.

OSU Graduate Showcase and Three-Minute Thesis - call for submissions
The Graduate School is excited to announce our annual Graduate Showcase and Three Minute Thesis (3MT) Competition, both happening on May 3 as part of Grad Appreciation Week. These events offer graduate students the chance to share their scholarship and communicate it to a broad audience. In these judged events, $1750 in cash prizes will be awarded to the top three 3MT winners and additional prizes will be awarded in the Graduate Showcase. All participants will gain professional development skills and CV-worthy experience! This is a call for submissions for the Graduate Showcase and Three Minute Thesis. The submission deadline is March 30.

Become a Mentor for the International Peer Mentoring Program
The International Peer Mentoring Program is a global community designed to help new international students with cultural, academic, and social adjustment. Join the program today to connect with other globally-minded students who have transitioned to life at OSU and serve as a mentor for students who have questions about life, culture, and Corvallis! Apply online by April 1.

Functional Programming Club
Hey students! Interested in functional programming but don't know where to start? Heard some of the buzz but don't know what functional programming is? Maybe just trying to upgrade your programming skills? Then join the Functional Programming Club at OSU. We are currently still in the process of getting everything cleared with the university but the more interest the better. Also, if you join early then you can have a hand in shaping the first few months of topics and meetings! All skill levels are welcome, from complete novice to Haskell expert, undergraduate to graduate. Please email youngjef@oregonstate.edu for details.

HWeekend
April 14-15 | Kelley Engineering Center
We are pleased to announce that this Spring HP will be offering an HWeekend event here on the OSU campus. HP is a world leader in printing and computing and the theme for this event is 'Make Something Real: Make Something that Makes Something.' HP is challenging you to create innovative projects like, a system the grows food, an arm that makes art, a device that makes energy, a robot that can fold paper more than 7 times, a portable 3D printer, or anything else you can imagine. HP is bringing state of the art technology and world-class engineering experts who will mentor teams. At the end of the event, the top teams will receive prizes provided by HP. Come alone or bring friends along with your top game and we’ll bring the energy drinks for the 30-hour event. The event begins at 9am on April 14-15, but you must sign up by April 7 to reserve your spot.

Improve your Online Entrepreneurial Skills
Take CS 295 Web Management on T/H at 10:00am Spring term. The course will teach you to plan and build a professional-level, secure website that sells a product or service. Learn to plan, create, secure, monetize, promote, evaluate, and improve a dynamic website using a variety of existing frameworks, libraries, and CMS applications. You will:

  • Evaluate Frameworks and CMS Applications
  • Plan an E-commerce website project
  • Define User-flow to meet interaction goals
  • Configure a Domain, Email, and Web Hosting Account
  • Configure a Content Management Systems (CMS)
  • Configure E-commerce functions to sell a service or product
  • Analyze a security case study nightmare
  • Optimize for Search Engines (SEO)
  • Market to Search Engines (SEM)
  • Configure Search Console and Analytics
  • Monitor, evaluate, and improve the site

2018 Oregon Science Startup Forum: Learn to Fund Your Business
Saturday, April 28 | 9am to 5pm (breakfast and lunch provided) | Linus Pauling Science Center | $25 for students, postdocs, unemployed; $50 for general registration
The Oregon Science Startup Forum is a one-day course in science entrepreneurship, hosted by the Portland Section of the American Chemical Society. Hear the startup experiences of science entrepreneurs from around Oregon. Learn from investors, intellectual property lawyers and experts in turning science into businesses. Equip yourself with specific steps to start a successful science business.

ACT-W National Conference
April 10-13 | Phoenix, AZ
60+ leading speakers. 3 days of tech career advancement
The ACT-W, Advancing the Careers of Technical Women Conference is an engaging event where talented women and supporters can build skills, grow their community, and accelerate their career path by connecting with companies that truly fit them best. Join industry professionals and attend sessions of those that take tech careers to the next level. while it is a conference for women, others are encouraged to join too. Reserve your spot: http://act-w.org. Featured speakers include:

  • Keynote: Janice Levenhagen-Seeley (BS CpE '06), ChickTech’s CEO
  • Keynote: Lilian Chen, Interaction Designer at YouTube Gaming, Smash Brothers Gamer, and Co-Founder of The New Meta
  • Keynote: Nikita Mitchell, Creator of Above the Bottom Line and Senior Manager at Cisco
  • Session Speakers: Casey Erin Clark and Julie Fogh from VitalVoices, Nadya Khoja at Venngage, Jennifer Iannolo from The Concordia Project, Tracey Welson-Rossman from TechGirlz, and more!

OSU Advantage Accelerator Iterate program
Do you have a startup idea? The OSU Advantage Accelerator is now accepting applications for its Iterate program, which begins April 3rd. OSU students, faculty, staff and community members are all welcome to apply. The four-week workshops series guides participants in evaluating and developing their entrepreneurial ideas. Click here to find additional information and apply. Applications CLOSE at the end of day March 26.

Introduction to Genome Biology Course for EECS Students
"Introduction to Genome Biology" (BOT499/599, Spring 2018) was designed for EECS students who are interested in the genomics/molecular-biology domain. This course is designed to help any student **without a formal biology background** learn genome biology fundamentals in a setting that focuses on understanding and not on memorizing. We delve into molecular biology from the bottom up, but in a way that is fun and not scary. Students also learn some practicals of working on a parallel computing cluster through the class project.

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!

RESEARCH EXPERIENCES FOR UNDERGRADUATES

Research Experience for Undergraduates in Cybersecurity for Cyber-Physical Systems - North Dakota State University
Selected participants will gain hands-on experience with securing, attacking and developing tools to attack and secure real cyber-physical systems. They will also gain an appreciation of the security and secure development processes through hands-on software development activities and field trips. We plan to conduct simulated 'red team' and 'blue team' exercise and each participant will also work on a long-term security research project. Application review will begin March 23, 2018 and continue until all positions have been filled.

Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) in Multi-messenger Astrophysics - Rochester Institute of Technology
Explore the future of astrophysics through gravitational wave and electromagnetic astronomy, theory, computation, and data analysis. Learn about and perform research on topics spanning gravitational wave detection and data analysis, observational astronomy and astrophysics, visualization of scientific data, and theoretical and numerical modeling. Application deadline: April 1.

ASSET: Advanced Secured Sensor Enabling Technologies - Florida International University
The Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) site at Florida International University (FIU) provides research experience to undergraduate students during a 10 week summer program. Surf the wave with ASSET Research! The research projects during the summer program will be centered around the theme of Advanced Secured Sensor Enabling Technologies (ASSET). Students will improve the understanding of the nature of research practice and scientific reasoning and learn the process of conducting research and hands-on knowledge of applied and basic research. Application deadline: Friday, April 6.

Next-Generation Health Monitoring Systems with Flexible Electronics, Novel Algorithms and Secure Communications - University of Washington Bothell
The Research Experience for Undergraduates site in electrical engineering at the University of Washington Bothell plans to engage a diverse group of undergraduate (UG) students in interdisciplinary and collaborative research supervised by faculty members who have different but complementary specializations in biomedical engineering, signal processing and data security. The overarching theme of these projects is advancing the technologies for the development of reliable, low-cost and comfortable health monitoring devices having features such as delivering real-time data over the internet for remote care and cloud processing. The projects cover research problems in device and system fabrication; bio-signal processing; and data security and computing. Application deadline: April 20.

SCHOLARSHIPS/FELLOWSHIPS

Summer Data Science Fellowship Opportunity - The Data Incubator
The Data Incubator is an intensive 8 week fellowship that prepares masters students, PhDs, and postdocs in STEM and social science fields seeking industry careers as data scientists. The program is free for Fellows and supported by sponsorships from hundreds of employers across multiple industries. In response to the overwhelming interest in our earlier sessions, we will be holding another fellowship. Anyone who has already obtained a masters or PhD degree or who is within one year of graduating with a masters or PhD is welcome to apply. Applications from international students are welcome. Everyone else is encouraged to sign-up for a future session.

Insight Data Fellows Programs
The Insight Fellows Programs are tuition-free fellowships for graduating students, PhDs, and postdocs looking to transition to careers in data science, data engineering, artificial intelligence, and data product management. Insight is now accepting applications from graduating students for our fellowships in: Data Science (for PhDs & Postdocs); Health Data Science (for PhDs & Postdocs); Data Engineering (for Bachelors, Masters, or PhDs); Artificial Intelligence (for Bachelors, Masters, or PhDs); Data Product Management (for Bachelors, Masters, PhDs, or MBAs). Application deadline: on March 26.

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.

Rusnak & Zonta Club STEM Scholarships
Zonta Service Foundation of Corvallis is accepting applications for the Rusnak Scholarship and up to 10 Zonta Club STEM scholarships. These scholarships are earmarked for female students at OSU who have junior or senior standing entering 2018 Fall Term and are planning on a career in science, technology, engineering or math. LBCC students who are transferring to OSU in the fall of 2018 with junior or senior standing and meet other qualification criteria are eligible to apply. The scholarships offer $1000 per term for 3 terms to help cover tuition, fees, books, and supplies charged to the recipient's account at OSU. Application deadline is April 6, 2018.

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.

GRADUATE EXAMS

PhD Final Examination – Justin Goins
Friday, March 23 | 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM | KEC 1007
Development and Implementation of JetNet: a Decentralized Wireless Sensing Protocol
Co-Major Advisors: Kartikeya Mayaram, Terri Fiez; Committee: Arun Natarajan, Bella Bose; GCR: William Warnes

PhD Oral Preliminary Examination – Scott Harpool
Friday, March 23 | 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM | KEC 1005
Renewable energy in the Pacific Northwest - technical and economic analysis of 100% renewable portfolios, including seasonality
Major Advisor: Annette Von Jouanne; Committee: Ted Brekken, Eduardo Cotilla-Sanchez, Committee: Alex Yokochi; GCR: Solomon Yim

COLLOQUIA/SEMINARS

Design and Optimization of Interconnection and Memory Subsystems for Future Manycore Computing
Tuesday, March 20 | 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM | KEC 1007
Ishan G. Thakkar, PhD Candidate, Electrical Engineering, Colorado State University

EVENTS

BeaverHacks - Spring 18
March 29 - April 1
Join us for OSU Hackathon Club’s online hackathon on March 29th. It’s a great opportunity to be part of a team and build something amazing! You end up with an awesome project to add to your resume and also demonstrate that you work well with others and can meet tight deadlines! For more info or to sign up, visit https://beaverhacks-spring18.devpost.com/.

MathWorks Day Seminar
Tuesday, March 20 | Kearney 305
Session 1: What’s New in MATLAB | 10:00 a.m. – 12:00.p.m.
Session 2: Data Analytics and Machine Learning Using MATLAB | 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Join MathWorks engineers as they provide insight into the latest features of the MATLAB and Simulink product families. Registration will begin 15 minutes before each session begins. Walk-ins are welcome.

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.

Beaver BarCamp 18 - The Open Source Lab "Un-Conference"
Saturday, April 7 | 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM | Kelley Engineering Center | Free
Share your passion, connect with others, and learn something new at Beaver BarCamp 18. This is an informal un-conference that has been hosted by the OSU Open Source Lab for 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. Continental breakfast and U-Hero lunch provided.

Grass Roots Books & Music welcomes Martin Erwig for a reading and signing of his book Once Upon an Algorithm: How Stories Explain Computing
Tuesday, April 10 | 7:00 pm | Grass Roots Books and Music, Corvallis
Computation is everywhere and affects everyone. Since computation routinely happens outside of machines, it can be explained through everyday situations and without the need to understand any programming language. This is what the book Once Upon an Algorithm: How Stories Explain Computing does: It emphasizes the general nature of computation and thus the wide applicability of computer science. It identifies computation in everyday activities and explains corresponding computer science concepts through popular stories.

HWeekend
April 14-15 | Kelley Engineering Center
We are pleased to announce that this Spring HP will be offering an HWeekend event here on the OSU campus. HP is a world leader in printing and computing and the theme for this event is 'Make Something Real: Make Something that Makes Something.' HP is challenging you to create innovative projects like, a system the grows food, an arm that makes art, a device that makes energy, a robot that can fold paper more than 7 times, a portable 3D printer, or anything else you can imagine. HP is bringing state of the art technology and world-class engineering experts who will mentor teams. At the end of the event, the top teams will receive prizes provided by HP. Come alone or bring friends along with your top game and we’ll bring the energy drinks for the 30-hour event. The event begins at 9am on April 14-15, but you must sign up by April 7 to reserve your spot.

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.

Nike Technology College Experience
Friday, April 27 | 9:00 am - 5:00 pm | Nike WHQ, Beaverton, OR
Want to serve athletes by creating the future of sport? Join Nike Technology for a day of networking with our leaders, learning about our internship and full-time opportunities, and competing in an innovation pitch where winning ideas will receive up to $150 in gift cards. While you are here, check out our world class campus and receive exclusive access to the Nike Company Employee Store. Apply now for this selective event by clicking http://tinyurl.com/ybjpj4zn. (UO & OSU transportation provided).

JOB SEARCH AND CAREER ADVICE

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 to Knock Your Next Interview Out of the Park
If you want to move from being a viable candidate to the hiring manager’s top choice, you’ll need to go well beyond the basics. While the way you dress and present yourself is important, it will be the substance of your responses and interactions that leave the interviewer picturing you in the role—and, more importantly, being unable to imagine that anyone else could be a better fit. The Muse

4 Things to Look for During the Job Interview
Are you obsessed with how you'll sell yourself during the interview? Highlighting your skills, talents and abilities is certainly important, but equally important is finding a job that will be a good fit for you. You are interviewing to assess the job opportunity, your potential manager and the company. U.S. News & World Report

Things to Expect From a Second Interview
Congratulations! You’ve been asked back for a second interview. At this point, you're being seriously considered for the position based on your success in the first interview. You were well-prepared for the initial meeting, but what should you expect for this round? It's not an idle question: How you perform can determine the next phase of your career. From new interviewers, salary talk, oddball (but meaningful) questions and more, here are some things to anticipate during your second interview, along with tips on keeping yourself in contention. Robert Half

JOBS

Google is hiring (and not just in Mountain View)!
Tune into any of our YouTube Live events this March to learn about the new roles and offices we are currently hiring in and get any of your questions answered. You'll learn about new opportunities in the world of Google Cloud and have the chance to get your questions answered live on air or via chat. Sign up here so we can send you more information and the links to join. Google Cloud Roles YouTube Live Event Times:

  • Tues, Mar 27, 6:00 p.m. PST, 9:00 p.m. EST
  • Wed, Mar 28, 6:00 p.m. PST, 9:00 p.m. EST
  • Thurs, Mar 29, 3:00 p.m. PST, 6:00 p.m. EST

COE Ambassador
Ambassadors serve as representatives for the College of Engineering (COE) and are responsible for supporting the College in recruitment and off-campus recruitment events, participating in professional conferences, attending alumni events, providing tours to students and parents who visit campus, traveling to high schools throughout the state to make presentations, and communicating with prospective students.

Job for College Student
Local retired OSU graduate desires to set up a weekly blog. I will write the blog (first 40 are already written) but I would like someone to set up the blog and then post the weekly blogs. Requires an individual who can set up the blog on the internet, monitor responses, and update on a weekly basis. Contact Jay Todd at JCT5532@msn.com.

Engineering Student Career Assistant
The College of Engineering is seeking energetic students to join the new COE Career Assistant team in the 2017-2018 academic year! Career Assistants support the mission and services of the College of Engineering and the Career Development Center by providing advisement to peers, assisting in the coordination of campus programs and events, and working collaboratively with staff, alumni and employers. Application Deadline is March 23rd.

Paid Research, Fall 2018, Applied Magnetics Lab
The Applied Magnetics Laboratory is at the forefront of investigating the feasibility of inkjet printing custom magnetic materials for devices known as graded-index lenses. (Just like the glasses we wear on our noses help focus light waves, graded-index lenses can be designed to help focus or otherwise manipulate microwaves.) Amongst, many other sophisticated and novel applications, these graded-index lenses can be used for customizing device-to-device communication. As an undergraduate research assistant, you will be involved in: performing measurements on materials being developed for inkjet printing the devices; LabView programming of our custom inkjet printer; and you will be paid!

Paid Summer Bioinformatics Job for an Undergraduate Student Ramsey Lab, Department of Biomedical Sciences
This position will involve analyzing gene expression data from canine osteosarcoma tumors. Research assistant will help perform BLAST searches, analyze genomic information using the Ensembl genome browser, plot data, and run software tools to identify novel cancer-specific genes. This research project is under the supervision of the PI, Stephen Ramsey, and will be carried out in the Department of Biomedical Sciences (College of Veterinary Medicine) in Dryden Hall. Required qualifications: Coursework in biology and genetics. Intermediate proficiency in programming in R or Python. Basic proficiency in using Linux command-line tools. Proficiency in using spreadsheet software such as LibreOffice or Excel. Preferred qualifications: Knowledge of Ensembl genome browser; Ensembl Biomart; ggplot2; cufflinks2; DESeq2; intermediate proficiency in Linux command-line tools.

Computer Systems Technical Aide - Philomath School District
Assist in installation and maintenance of computer equipment and classroom related technologies. Clean and repair computers and associated peripheral equipment. Install new computers and reconfigure older units. Install and cleanup existing cabling. Install and test computer software. Apply through Handshake.

TA for Foundations of Elementary Mathematics
This position provides classroom assistance, office hours and grading assistance for the Mth 211, 212 and 390 (Foundations of Elementary Mathematics) sequence. Prepare for the material to be addressed in class by working through the activities. Attend every class session. Take attendance and keep a careful record of absences. Check and record homework scores and return promptly. Assist in grading of quizzes and other assignments. Work directly with students during class time as instructed for each activity. Hold one to three office hours (scheduled) per week.

Student Technical Assistant - CTEMPS Smart Rock at OSU
This recruitment is to fill one part-time (a maximum of 20 hours per week) Student Technical Assistant for the Department of Biological & Ecological Engineering. The student will work on a collaborative project between OSU CTEMPS, OSU OPEnS Lab, and University of Zurich to develop a new sensor system that monitors parameters of water and wirelessly transmits data for logging and analysis. This hire will conduct technical research and development toward the production, testing, and deployment of this system. The hire will also maintain orderly operations in the OPEnS maker lab, making sure that equipment is used safely, and is returned in good order, open the lab and close the lab for sessions for authorized lab users. All logistical problems, safety issues, and material needs will be reported to Dr. Udell to be resolved. The hire will be expected to undertake the construction of the sensing system under the guidance of Lab Director Dr. Udell and project lead Mitch Nelke.

Student Analyst, CASS Software Development Group
You will be working in a development environment. Each day, students receive their assignments from the full-time development staff. These assignments are relative to the projects currently being done by the CASS. Students are expected to keep up with these assignments and to be able to finish them in a reasonable amount of time. They should be able to work in a team environment comprised of students and staff members.

Hardware/ME Intern-Summer 2018 - Google
We have both 3 and 6 month long Internships available. The 3-month Internship will start and end in the Summer 2018 timeframe (May to September). The 6-month Internship will start in June 2018 and end in December 2018.
Electrical Hardware Engineer
As an Electrical Hardware Engineer, you will design, develop and deploy next generation consumer hardware. You have a hardware board design background and knowledge of system architecture for mobile products. You will define board layout constraints and requirements, oversee physical engineering design layout, and work cross-functionally on system integration. You will also work cross functionally with mechanical design, operation, and product to deliver systems to production.
Hardware Test Engineering
Google's custom-designed machines make up one of the largest computing infrastructures in the world. The Hardware Testing Engineering team ensures that this cutting-edge equipment is reliable. As a Hardware Test Engineer, you design test equipment for prototypes of our machinery and develop the protocols used to scale these tests for the entire global team. Working closely with design engineers, you give input on designs to improve our hardware until you're sure it meets Google's standards of quality and reliability.

Summer Internship at SIGMADESIGN
We design products that exceed expectations and perform in the real world. We combine collaborative design and engineering services with prototyping, fabrication, assembly, testing and manufacturing to craft solid and appealing products for our clients. Our in-house team of creative Designers, Engineers, and Manufacturing Experts work with passion to deliver high quality deliverables. With our range of professional disciplines all under one roof, we provide integrated solutions. We are currently looking for talented and eager Interns for summer 2018.

Developer Intern - CBT Nuggets
As a Development intern (Eugene / Bend), you will be working with a group of other development interns with direct guidance from a paired mentor. Working on a common project as well as miscellaneous tasks, you will gain valuable software engineering experience in an engaging and exciting environment. Applications close March 31.

Electrical Hardware Engineering Intern - Google
As an Electrical Hardware Engineer, you will design, develop and deploy next generation consumer hardware. You have a hardware board design background and knowledge of system architecture for mobile products. You will define board layout constraints and requirements, oversee physical engineering design layout, and work cross-functionally on system integration. You will also work cross functionally with mechanical design, operation, and product to deliver systems to production.

Internships at BigML
Interested in gaining hands-on experience with the pioneers of Machine Learning? BigML is seeking interns for the following roles: product development, software engineering, IT, marketing, business development. Potential internship projects include building new bindings for BigML, adding new resources to the BigML Gallery, updating BigML Tools such as BigML for Alexa, developing benchmarking tests, creating tutorial videos, among many other exciting opportunities. If you are passionate about Machine Learning but your area of interest does not fall into one of the categories listed, you are still more than welcome to apply.

Clinical Services Policy Internship - Cambia
In this role, an individual will function as a highly skilled technical resource, assisting in identifying documentation needs and writing the content to match. Utilizing writing and project management skills, to develop, maintain, update and deliver documentation in the form of policies, procedures, standards, guidelines, desk references and processes that are easily understood and meet regulatory accreditation requirements as well as partner with other internal and external departments to align documentation across the Operations organization.

Jobs & Internships - Georgia-Pacific
The Engineering Development Program (EDP) is designed for college graduates who are seeking expedited training, professional development, exposure to operations leadership, and career growth. Engineers are assigned to one of our 300+ manufacturing locations and help support innovation, process efficiency, equipment reliability, and quality assurance, with a large overarching focus on compliance, health, and safety. Georgia-Pacific highly regards our Engineering Development Summer Interns and Co-ops, not only as a valuable source of productivity and innovative ideas, but also as a source of talent from which we are able to select fulltime employees.

Google Cloud Technical Residency Program
As a part of the Google Cloud Technical Residency Program, you will have the unique opportunity to work in different Google Cloud roles under the direct mentorship of experienced staff members. The project rotations include opportunities to engage in technical solution validation, to develop scalable tools, demos and related assets, and to provide implementation, advisory and support services to Google customers across a wide spectrum of industries at varying scale. In addition to on the job development, you will undergo extensive training to prepare you to be able to add value from day one of your customer engagements.

IT Residency Program - Google
Google's Information Technology Residency Program (ITRP) is a 26-month role designed to jumpstart your career in technology at Google or beyond. Residents will learn what it takes to support and scale Google’s technology, from our corporate infrastructure to our end users. Using various support channels (e.g. chat, email, phone, video, in-person, etc.), you will be helping Googlers on all sorts of challenging support cases. You will encounter a sophisticated user base working on all major desktop and mobile operating systems (e.g. Windows, OS X, Linux, Chrome OS, Android, etc.).

Engineering Resident - Google
The Google Engineering Residency Program is a 12-month fixed term role designed to jumpstart your career as a software engineer at Google. The Engineering Residency Program is a developmental program open to all qualified graduates who have received a degree in Computer Science or Computer Engineering. The program combines CS education with hands-on software engineering experience in a supported, closely mentored cohort. In addition to an intensive industry-focused training period, the Engineering Residency Program provides Residents with a strong foundation in CS (as it applies to real engineering problems) and experience working on complex programming projects with Google engineers. The goal of the Residency Program is to help Residents become productive and successful software engineers within the one year program.

Analyst Programmer - OSU Enterprise Computing Services
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.

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. DATA 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.

Multiple openings for PhD Software Engineers - 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.

Software Engineer, Tools and Infrastructure - Google
As a Software Engineer, Tools and Infrastructure, you will be at the heart of Google’s engineering process building software that empowers engineering teams to develop and deliver high quality products quickly. We are focused on solving the hardest, most interesting challenges of developing software at scale without sacrificing stability, quality, velocity or code health. We ensure Google's success by partnering with engineering teams and developing scalable tools and infrastructure that help engineers develop, test, debug and release software quickly.

Product Quality Engineer - Sigma Design
We currently have a position open for a Product Quality Engineer located in Corvallis. A recent graduate with a Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering or Computer Science would be a great fit for this role. SIGMADESIGN is a fun, fast-paced engineering consulting company currently experiencing explosive growth. Responsible for ensuring customers receive quality products through testing, tool specification, configuration, and implementation. Responsible for electrical test of page wide inkjet products from prototype through production.

Hardware Test Engineering - Google
Google's custom-designed machines make up one of the largest computing infrastructures in the world. The Hardware Testing Engineering team ensures that this cutting-edge equipment is reliable. As a Hardware Test Engineer, you design test equipment for prototypes of our machinery and develop the protocols used to scale these tests for the entire global team. Working closely with design engineers, you give input on designs to improve our hardware until you're sure it meets Google's standards of quality and reliability.

Software Engineer, University Graduate - Google
Develop the next-generation technologies that change how billions of users connect, explore, and interact with information and one another. 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.

Software Engineer, Tools and Infrastructure, University Graduate - Google
Collaborate with engineers through the entire software development lifecycle to solve complex engineering problems in tools and testing. Develop advanced automated testing frameworks. Develop tooling and infrastructure to help engineering teams measure and increase their velocity. Conduct research on emerging technologies.

Data Scientist/Quantitative Analyst - Google
At Google, data drives all of our decision-making. Quantitative Analysts work all across the organization to help shape Google's business and technical strategies by processing, analyzing and interpreting huge data sets. Using analytical rigor and statistical methods, you mine through data to identify opportunities for Google and our clients to operate more efficiently, from enhancing advertising efficacy to network infrastructure optimization to studying user behavior. As an analyst, you do more than just crunch the numbers. You work with Engineers, Product Managers, Sales Associates and Marketing teams to adjust Google's practices according to your findings. Identifying the problem is only half the job; you also figure out the solution. As a key member of the team, you work with engineers to analyze and interpret data, develop metrics to measure results and integrate new methodologies into existing systems.

Hardware/Electrical and Mechanical Engineering - Google
As a Hardware Engineer, you will design, develop and deploy next generation consumer hardware. You have a solid hardware board design background and knowledge of system architecture for mobile products. You will define board layout constraints and requirements, oversee physical engineering design layout, and work cross-functionally on system integration. You will also work cross-functionally with mechanical design, operation, and product to deliver systems to production.

Software Engineer - Google
As a key member of a small and versatile team, you design, test, deploy and maintain software solutions.
Product and Systems Development
Whether it's finding new and innovative ways to advance search quality, building computing platform and networking technologies, automating the indexing of videos, or continuing to refine and scale complex auction systems (just to name a few), you will be developing solutions to some of the most challenging technical problems out there. You will research, conceive and develop software applications to extend and improve on Google's product offerings and collaborate on scalability issues involving access to massive amounts of data and information. Examples of specialist domains: UI development with AJAX and similar technologies, security, embedded systems and mobile apps (Android and iOS), developer tools (IDEs, large-scale build systems, compilers).
Engineering Productivity
As a software engineer in the Engineering Productivity organization, you'll use your software design, analysis and programming skills to create innovative automated test systems. This isn't a job in which you'll simply debug and run test cases; in fact that only scratches the surface. The test team undertakes a broad range of challenges on a daily basis, designing and building intelligent systems that can explore various use cases and scenarios for distributed computing infrastructure. Just imagine trying to design and build an automated testing system for something that's never been done before. There are no textbooks that can help you learn this, which is why we have some of the best engineers working in this group.
Site Reliability
Software engineers working in Site Reliability are involved in every facet of Google's production and work on the cutting edge of cloud-based computing. As a member of this elite team you are in the thick of everything involved with keeping Google running, from code-level troubleshooting of traffic anomalies to maintenance of our most cutting edge services; from monitoring and alerts to building new automation infrastructure. Software engineers on this team love to create robust and scalable software that scale to tens of millions of users. You will tackle challenging, novel situations every day, and work with just about every other engineering and operations team to provide services and applications that are quintessentially Google — fast, reliable and accessible to all.

Mixed Signal Integrated Circuit Design EE - Stratos Genomics
Stratos Genomics (stratosgenomics.com) is an exciting biotech company developing the next generation of DNA sequencing technology. We are searching for an electrical engineer to help design the CMOS sensors used in our sequencing instruments. The Mixed Signal Design Engineer will be part of a cross disciplinary team of Engineers and Scientists, working in a dynamic start-up biotech environment near the Seattle waterfront.

Post Silicon Validation Engineer – Labview Development - Stratos Genomics
Stratos Genomics is an exciting biotech company developing the next generation of DNA sequencing technology. We are searching for an experienced Electrical Engineer (Test Engineer) to support the Labview programming to test, control and analyze our high throughput CMOS sensors. In addition, the Test Engineer will assist in design of PCBs in support of our next generation sequencing instruments. The Test Engineer will be part of a cross disciplinary team of Engineers and Scientists, working in a dynamic start-up biotech environment near the Seattle waterfront.

Data Modeler - OSU Information & Technology
The Data Modeler develops data models to meet the needs of the organization’s information systems through using conceptual, logical, and physical data models, and developing data structures for optimal access, performance and integration. Responsible for building new data sets and data structures as required to support business need and managing the distribution, replication, and archival of data throughout the enterprise balancing current and future needs in both design and content.

Analog/Mixed-Signal Design Opportunities at NVIDIA, Santa Clara
The High-Speed SERDES Team is actively looking for smart and hard-working candidates to be part of the mixed-signal design team building next generation High Speed IOs for GDDR/HBM Memory Interfaces. 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.

Tenure-Track Position in Computer Science - The Citadel
The Department of Mathematics and Computer Science invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position in computer science at the Assistant Professor level beginning August 2018. Minimum qualifications include an earned Ph.D. in computer science and a commitment to excellence in teaching, research, and service. In addition, candidates should display the core values of The Citadel: honor, duty, and respect. Candidates from all areas of computer science are encouraged to apply, especially those with strong backgrounds in cybersecurity.

Engineering/CS/CIS Instructor - Umpqua Community College
This position is primarily responsible for teaching engineering and computer courses for both college transfer and professional technical courses. Evening or offsite classes may be part of the assignment. Other responsibilities include curriculum development, committee assignments, serving as an active member of the applicable advisory committees, being actively involved in recruiting students, advising of students, placing graduates in jobs, and other duties as outlined in the staff handbook. The assignment may include visiting each high school in the college district and making presentations on applications of engineering, computer science and computer information systems. Screening of applications will begin on April 16, 2018 and will continue until the position is filled.

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