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KUDOS

"A 0.9V, 79.7dB SNDR, 2MHz-BW Highly Linear OTA-less 1-1 MASH VCO-based ΔƩ ADC with a Novel Phase Quantization Noise Extraction Technique," authored by by Hamidreza Maghami, Pedram Payandehnia, Hossein Mirzaie, Ramin Zanbaghi, Siladitya Dey, Justin Goins, Kartikeya Mayaram, and Terri S. Fiez, was selected as the number one outstanding student paper for the 2019 IEEE Custom Integrated Circuits Conference.

IN THE NEWS

Moore Money, Moore Problems?
Keeping up with Moore’s Law left little room for electronics to advance in other areas. Instead of designing a microchip with the most transistors, Oregon’s talent-rich tech startups could be free to innovate in other areas, such as designing greener, more standardized microchips, or putting microchips to use in different ways. According to Ted Brekken, professor of electrical engineering and computer science at Oregon State University, the end of Moore’s Law could breathe life into Oregon’s sustainability sector. Oregon Business

Socializing Robots
"There is a major shift in robotics right now, with much of the innovation and funding focused on integrating robots into human environments, from delivery robots to collaborative manufacturing," [Heather Knight] says. "We need to start mastering what I like to call 'artificial social intelligence' to make these robots successful." Communications of the ACM

OPPORTUNITIES AND ANNOUNCEMENTS

NEW! Undergraduate Research Program (URP) Objectives and Description
The College of Engineering’s Center for Diversity & Inclusion and the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) have partnered with the Semiconductor Research Corporation to provide research opportunities to rising juniors and seniors in EECS for the 2019-2020 academic year. The Undergraduate Research Program combines a structured undergraduate research experience with an EECS faculty member with industry mentorship, and aims to increase retention of students in EECS and prepare them for full-time opportunities upon graduation or for progressing to graduate school programs. Students selected will receive a $2,500 stipend to work a minimum of 5 hours a week in the lab with an EECS faculty member for the 2019-2020 academic year. The application is very simple to complete, and must be sent to apply@src.org, together with your resume, no later than May 17, 2019. While everyone is welcome to apply, women and underrepresented students are particularly encouraged to do so.

NEW! Info Session with ChickTech
Monday, May 20 | 5-6pm | Johnson Hall 220
ChickTech is a national organization serving thousands of girls and women every year through tech programs and events. ChickTech was founded in 2012 to engage women and girls of all ages in the technology industry while working to create a better technology culture for all. Programs include summer camps, High School programs, Support and Networking for College Students, Meet-up groups for adults in tech, and ACT-W Conferences. Wherever possible, we partner with other organizations to expand our impact. Please join us as we talk about our events and programs that empower, support, and increase the confidence of women and girls, and how OSU can be a part of it! Food will be served, so RSVP here: https://tinyurl.com/y29e6quq. Everyone is welcome!

Oregon State Creative Jam
Friday, May 24 | 10:00 am - 4 pm | Memorial Union | Free
Creative Jam is an international event series from Adobe featuring creative thought leader talks, hands-on projects, giveaways, and food. OSU students compete in a live design competition to create amazing apps based on a theme given to them on the spot and using Adobe XD. No previous experience in Adobe XD or other Creative Cloud tools or services necessary! Competition slots are limited, so make sure you register today.

Cornell Master of Engineering - Application Deadline Extended
Cornell’s Materials Science and Engineering Master of Engineering (M.Eng) 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. Students from the fields of Physics, Chemistry, Engineering, Mathematics, Materials Science are all welcome to apply. The interdisciplinary nature of the program offers the chance for students from all technical fields to succeed. 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. To learn more about the program please see: https://www.mse.cornell.edu/mse/programs/graduate-programs/master-engineering.

Video Game Development Club
Are you interested in making video games? Are you curious about the process behind collaborative game design? Then come by and check out the Video Game Development club. We are currently making a open world game and would love all of the help that we can get. If you're interested in our club or want to get a feel for what it is like, then please stop by for one of our weekly meetings. We meet up on Wednesdays from 6-8 pm in Batcheller Hall 244 (CGEL).

Advanced Computing for Social Change
July 28 - August 1 | Chicago, IL
Want to learn data analytics and computational thinking skills to address a social challenge? We invite you to apply for an experience themed around using visualization and data analytics for social action during PEARC. Travel, hotel, meals & PEARC registration covered for the 20 students selected. Application deadline: May 17.

Computing4Change
Are you an undergraduate student who wants to enhance your skillset, while also creating positive change in your community? Computing4Change is a competition for students from diverse disciplines and backgrounds who want to work collaboratively to:

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

Application deadline: May 17.

Volunteers needed for Undergrad Expo
This year the Engineering Expo is happening on Friday, May 17. The College of Engineering needs student and staff volunteers to help on May 16 and 17 with setting up, event activities, and tearing down. Volunteer for two or more hours and receive a free Expo t-shirt! Sign up at: http://tinyurl.com/ugexpo2019.

Inkathon - The hackathon for digital ink
May 17-19 | Portland
Wacom is calling on developers, designers and all other hackers to build great apps that enable digital ink for their users. There are countless reasons why we turn to handwritten methods to draft, refine, and complete important tasks. Want to give your audience this ability write, draw, sketch and doodle in digital ink? Join the Wacom Inkathon to build new or existing apps that unlock digital ink for your users. Three separate $5K cash prizes. Up to $5,000 in bonus prize from Microsoft. The top team flies to Tokyo on a $3,000 travel prize to attend Connected Ink. Hack with the coolest hardware (Windows tablets, the HTC Vive, Cintiq Pro & more). Get help from #DigitalInk experts (Microsoft & Wacom) to build your winning app. Top teams can join a Wacom incubation program to continue development.

SCHOLARSHIPS/FELLOWSHIPS

NEW! 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.

NEW! 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.

NEW! 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.

GRADUATE EXAMS

PhD Final Exam – Hamidreza Maghami
Monday, May 20 | 11:00am to 1:00pm | KEC 1007
Digital friendly Continuous-Time Delta-Sigma Analog-to-Digital Converters
Co Advisors: Kartikeya Mayaram, Terri Fiez; Committee: Gabor Temes, Un-Ku Moon; GCR: Sharmodeep Bhattacharyya

COLLOQUIA/SEMINARS

Integrated circuit design to enable highly miniaturized wireless sensing systems
Monday, May 13 | 4:00pm to 4:50pm | LINC 200
Kannan A Sankaragomathi, Senior hardware engineer, Google Inc

Sense and sense-making research in the Ambient Computing domain
Monday, May 20 | 4:00pm to 4:50pm | LINC 200
Giuseppe Raffa, Senior Research Scientist, Intel Labs

Heuristic Search: Something Old and Something New
Monday, June 3 | 4:00pm to 4:50pm | LINC 200
Robert Holte, Professor Emeritus, Computing Science Department, University of Alberta

EVENTS

Celebrating Undergraduate Excellence
Tuesday, May 14 | 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. |MU Ballroom
Join the campus community in supporting OSU undergraduates engaging in research and creative work. Undergraduates from all academic disciplines, in all years of study and all stages of research will present a diversity of topics, approaches and interests at OSU.

NEW! Google Summer in Tech: Student Edition
Tuesday, May 14 | 4:00 pm PST
Are you a 1st - 3rd year university student, majoring in Computer Science or something similar? Do you have a technical internship coming up this Summer and/or you’re trying to use the upcoming months to your career’s advantage? If this sounds like you, join us on Tuesday, May 14 for a virtual info session, hosted by Googlers, to learn more about how to prepare for an internship in tech, continue your CS education outside of the classroom, and other tips for making the most of your summer! We’ll be hosting this session on our Google Students YouTube channel, and we will answer questions, live! RSVP

NEW! OSU Engineering "Meet and Mingle"
Wed, May 15 | 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM | Kearney Hall
Come enjoy conversation and make connections with professionals in construction management, civil engineering, mechanical engineering, and electrical engineering. We’ll have coffee, desserts, and students can meet professionals in their (and other) engineering industries. This event is designed as an opportunity to "Ask Anything" of successful professionals in your industry. Students can ask questions without the pressure of “interviewing” for an internship or job. RSVPs requested but not required. We look forward to seeing you!

Ignite TAO: Tech
Thursday, May 16 | 5:30 - 8:30 pm | Simple Finance, 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. Ignite TAO: Tech proposals should include a brief written synopsis of your presentation and a brief bio about yourself. Show and tell something cool you've invented or found - no sales pitches please! Challenge us, inspire us, and show up how your idea can transform the world of tech.

NEW! Info Session with ChickTech
Monday, May 20 | 5-6 pm | Johnson Hall 220
ChickTech is a national organization serving thousands of girls and women every year through tech programs and events. ChickTech was founded in 2012 to engage women and girls of all ages in the technology industry while working to create a better technology culture for all. Programs include summer camps, High School programs, Support and Networking for College Students, Meet-up groups for adults in tech, and ACT-W Conferences. Wherever possible, we partner with other organizations to expand our impact. Please join us as we talk about our events and programs that empower, support, and increase the confidence of women and girls, and how OSU can be a part of it! Food will be served, so RSVP here: https://tinyurl.com/y29e6quq. Everyone is welcome!

NEW! Power & Energy Society tour of PGE’s Smart Power Center
Wednesday, May 22 | 9:30 am | Salem, OR
The OSU IEEE Power and Energy Society Student Branch Chapter invites you to visit the PGE Salem Smart Power Center. This is a demonstration project designed to showcase innovative power solutions that can be implemented in the Pacific Northwest, as well as an active backup power station. This is a great opportunity for anyone interested in renewable energy or smart grid applications. All are welcome, but space is limited. The tour will take around 2 hours. Please contact Will Stark at starkw@oregonstate.edu with questions or to sign up.

NEW! Wave Energy on the Oregon Coast and Beyond
Speaker: Joe Prudell (Columbia Power Technologies)
Thursday, May 23 | 4:00 pm | KEC Room 1007
The OSU IEEE Power and Energy Society Student Branch Chapter invites you to hear Joe Prudell (OSU alum and Senior R&D Engineer with C-Power) speak about wave energy generation. Learn about the state of the art for this rapidly evolving field, the unique advantages wave energy offers for Oregon in particular, and dive into projects currently in development and deployment around the country. This talk will include the RAY series of floating wave power systems, including the StingRAY utility-scale generator. All are welcome. Please contact Will Stark at starkw@oregonstate.edu with questions.

ACT-W Conference
June 28-29 | Portland, Oregon | $65; students $35
Presented by ChickTech, the nation’s leading nonprofit in growing and retaining the number of women and girls in technology, ACT-W is an annual 2-day action-packed event where talented women and allies can build skills, grow their community, and accelerate their career path. Now in its 5th year in Portland, ACT-W is a welcoming, inclusive, and hands-on experience. Join us and 600+ individuals for speaking sessions, hands-on workshops, one-on-one coaching sessions, a career fair, and so much more. Celebrating supporters of diversity, inclusion, education, and growth, there’s something for everyone, regardless of how technical you are.

JOBS

Oregon State is utilizing Handshake as the central job and internship database. Please visit Handshake and create an account to access these opportunities. Let Handshake find the jobs for you with custom search alerts.

Step 1: Log in to Handshake and navigate to the “Jobs” page.
Step 2: Set the filter criteria you want (e.g., full time vs internship, keywords, location, etc.).
Step 3: Once you are happy with your filter, select the “Get Email Alerts” button on the right hand side. You should see a pop-up stating “Created Job Alert” and your saved search parameters will now show up in the “Job Alerts” list. Create as many filters as you want.
Step 4: Set your notification preferences by clicking the “Email Alerts On” link under your job alert and selecting the frequency and method for job notifications.

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

Engineering Job Club (Online Version)
Spring term is here and if you’re graduating, one more thing just got added to your to-do list: find a job. Wondering how to fit that in with classes, capstone projects and everything else? Sign up for Engineering Job Club, a weekly email series that breaks the process down into manageable chunks. This series will help you set reminders, stay motivated, and work toward landing that engineering position you want, all on your own schedule. Series begins April 8th, but students are welcome to jump in at any time. Register today in Handshake: Engineering Job Club

Student Jobs

NEW! Student Information Technology (Network Operations Student Field Technician) - OSU IT Infrastructure Services
Position will assist the network operations team in the daily tasks required to maintain the OSU network infrastructure. Installation and upgrading of various network related devices such as UPS, Switches, Routers, etc. around campus. Patching, switch installations, occasional basic configuration of a variety of network gear around campus. Data closet maintenance, and remote end troubleshooting in data closets around campus. Wireless network related work, such as coverage walk throughs, remote end troubleshooting, configuration of monitoring tools, and possibly some design tool usage.

Student Information Technology (ECS Student Worker) (Pool)
This position will be recruiting for two part-time (a maximum of 20 hours per week) Student Information Technology (ECS Student Worker) position for the Enterprise Computing Services department. This position provides design, analysis and programming 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.

Student IT Assistant - College of Agricultural Sciences
This position's primary task is to provide hands-on and over-the-phone end-user support to Roots customers in the College of Agricultural Sciences. Secondary tasks include assisting other support technicians, responding to tickets in the helpdesk ticket queue, system builds/rebuilds, and duties and projects as assigned by the helpdesk Manager.

EECS (Summer) TekBots Developer-Heer
This position performs a wide variety of work that supports the quality of education in the Electrical and Computer Engineering department the university. TekBots Developers work to create new and targeted solutions for education, industry, and research. These positions can include multiple aspects including: electronic design, coding, mechanical design, web coding, hardware fabrication, store clerk sales, and tutorial/curriculum development.

Student VBS Res Asst - 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: Coursework in biology at 200-level or equivalent; and CS 140, CS 162 and CS 290 or equivalent; Math 231 or equivalent; intermediate proficiency in programming in Java, JavaScript, R, Python, and HTML.

Farm Food Restaurant, located in nearby Adair Village, seeks part-time assistance with various computing related tasks that include assistance in enhancing an on-line social media and marketing presence (website, Facebook, Trip Advisor, Twitter, etc.); setting up a new computer and transferring existing information and systems; setting up a Square system; cyber security of computing devices, etc. Please contact Jim Jones, at totalimage@proaxis.com or (541) 979-7108.

Internships

Process Engineering Intern - Analog Devices
Candidate shall be working close with module engineers to support assigned projects (i.e. process startup on new tool, running experiments to troubleshoot an issue, analyze data etc.). Participate in development activities related with More than Moore. Support Engineering in sustaining ( Monitor health of line thru SPC review) in a semiconductor cleanroom. Write and edit training materials.

Summer Engineering Intern - Tektronix
We are seeking an individual to help our dynamic Engineering Team this summer in leading an ambitious effort to improve development processes and product quality within Tektronix located in Beaverton, Oregon. As a member of the team, you will have the opportunity to work with a group of creative and dedicated Engineers who make test and measurement equipment that enables all of today’s technological miracles to occur. As an Intern you will be part of a cohort of Interns, SME’s and your Mentor that has produced a series of award winning, leading edge oscilloscope products. Required: Currently enrolled in BS Engineering program at an accredited University. Minimum of 2 years in an engineering program such as Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Mechanical Engineering or Electrical Engineering.

Printer Software Solutions Intern - HP
HP’s Print Software organization uses advanced data modelling and analytic techniques to provide strategic business insights for the HP printing business. The Business Intelligence Data Scientist Intern will build models to understand and predict technical and business measures of interest to the HP Print business. Intern responsibilities include: Turn general objectives into structured project definitions. Identify the appropriate data sources, analytical methods and tools required for the project. Create predictive models. Validate and understand the conclusions. Summarize the results in professional presentations to business partners and senior leaders. A first year Masters student would be highly desirable but the right 3rd year undergrad would also be considered. Students can send their resumes directly to Noha Elarief, R&D Software Engineer at noha.elarief@hp.com.

Graduate Student Internship1 - Health Technology Innovations
In this phase of HTI’s project, CryoDiscovery, the focus is on researching ML techniques to analyze cryo-EM 2D images and their meta-data, for class sorting. Minimum Requirements: Knowledge in both the theory and implementation of Machine Learning models using Keras/TensorFlow. Ability to code and evaluate deep learning models, cost functions and assess the pros and cons. Assess the performance impact for both the training and inference phases and optimize the implementation. Highly proficient in multi-threaded programming in Python and C++. Experience with Linux (we use Ubuntu) systems. GIT based disciplined approach to development and integration. Good written, oral communication skills.

Graduate Student Internship2 - Health Technology Innovations
In this phase of HTI’s project, CryoDiscovery, the focus is on researching ML techniques to analyze cryo-EM 2D images and their meta-data, for class sorting. Minimum Requirements: Strong knowledge in image processing ML algorithms analysis and investigating new methods. Ability to design/analyze deep learning models, cost functions and assess the pros and cons. Assess the performance impact for both the training and inference phases. Experience in multi-threaded programming in Python and C++. Good written, oral communication skills.

Full-Time Positions

NEW! Software Devloper - Gridworks
Gridworks in Portland is looking to hire a software developer and will continue to hire over the next few months. Critical need for skills includes web development (Java, CSS, HTML, Python), but full stack experience would probably be even better. See their postings at: https://www.gridworks.us/jobs.

NEW! Analyst Programmer - OSU Web and Mobile Services
This position is a full-stack, lead developer for the suite of applications that compose the OSU Digital Experience Initiative. This initiative encompasses modern services built on scalable and robust frameworks, APIs and practices that enhance the overall experience of interacting with the university. This position is at the top of the escalation chain for development and maintenance of WAMS products.

Naval Nuclear Laboratory
The Naval Nuclear Laboratory is a Prime Contractor solely dedicated to the Naval Nuclear Propulsion Program. The Naval Nuclear Laboratory is the U.S. Navy's trusted partner for superior nuclear propulsion technology, design, testing, training, and support. We are actively hiring electrical and software engineers over the next three years, among other disciplines.

Control Systems Engineer - Continuous Composites
Continuous Composites is on the forefront of additive manufacturing technology using a novel, continuous fiber-based, 3D printing process. Our engineering team is looking for an experienced and talented control systems engineer to further this technology, working in a dynamic, fast-paced, challenging, and cross-functional work environment. You will design and implement control systems that utilize PLCs, DC servos, stepper motors, various sensors, and data communication between various devices. You will also be responsible for embedded system programming using various microcontrollers.

Analyst Programmer - OSU Enrollment Management IT
This position will serve as part of the Saleforce and Marketing Cloud team for Enrollment Management. This position provides expertise in the development, validation, testing, usage, and optimization of business-critical technical systems and processes. Responsible for resolving non-routine problems as they arise, serving as a resource to stakeholders across campus. Helps to translate technical information to non-technical people, and provide training when the need arises. Positions in the class of Analyst Programmer are primarily responsible at varying levels of the analysis, design, modification, testing, installation and maintenance of application programs, integrated systems, or software solutions including databases to meet user and organizational information needs at the system-wide, campus-wide, or individual unit level.

Software Developer - OHSU
The Computational Biology Program at Oregon Health and Science University (OHSU), Portland, OR is committed to leading the development of next-generation patient care through discoveries made by analytics, enabled by values of open access data, open source code, highly collaborative team science, and professional software engineering methodologies. Critical to achieving this mission, as a software developer, you will specialize in genomic, imaging, and clinical analysis applications, leveraging your talents to change the world in the fight against disease.

Software Engineer I - Crane Aerospace & Electronics
The Software Engineer I on the Landing Systems Team will be responsible to: Develop and verify safety critical real-time embedded flight software in compliance with DO-178C. Maximize product performance by developing, designing, validating, and verifying software according to requirements and design specifications. Participate in engineering design review and testing of embedded software products. Lead small development or verification teams.

Software Engineer II - Crane Aerospace & Electronics
Crane Aerospace & Electronics is seeking a Software Engineer with at least two years of experience to join our high performing Aerospace Sensing Technology team in Lynnwood, WA. The Sensing Engineers save lives every day with their high level of certainty that goes into aircraft safety related sensors. The team is working on all kinds of new technology and they make sure there are no mistakes. As our next Software Engineer you will work as part of a multi-disciplinary team using structured processes to develop embedded software for demanding aerospace applications with focus on documentation and coding. You will participate in design reviews and perform analyses / testing to improve design quality and ensure customer satisfaction.

Flight Software Engineer - Reliable Robotics
As an engineer at Reliable Robotics you will work with a team of mission-driven engineers with experience across aviation, space, robotics and self-driving cars to make this future a reality. Reliable Robotics is seeking to hire a full-time Flight Software Engineer. 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.

Avionics Hardware Development Engineer - Reliable Robotics
As an engineer at Reliable Robotics you will work with a team of mission-driven engineers with experience across aviation, space, robotics and self-driving cars to make this future a reality. Reliable Robotics is seeking to hire a full-time Avionics Hardware Development Engineer. 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.

Software Engineer - Reliable Robotics
As an engineer at Reliable Robotics you will work with a team of mission-driven engineers with experience across aviation, space, robotics and self-driving cars to make this future a reality. Reliable Robotics is seeking to hire a full-time Software Engineer to lead the development of our Ground Based System. 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 & Control Engineer - Reliable Robotics
As an engineer at Reliable Robotics you will work with a team of mission-driven engineers with experience across aviation, space, robotics and self-driving cars to make this future a reality. Reliable Robotics is seeking to hire a full-time Guidance, Navigation and Control (GN&C) Engineer. 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.

Perception Software Engineer - Reliable Robotics
As an engineer at Reliable Robotics you will work with a team of mission-driven engineers with experience across aviation, space, robotics and self-driving cars to make this future a reality. Reliable Robotics is seeking to hire a full-time Perception Software Engineer. The successful candidate will be responsible for researching and developing reliable and verifiable perception systems and algorithms for safety critical use cases in aviation.

Faculty Positions

NEW! Senior Instructor I - School of EECS
Available Senior Instructor I positions are fixed-term, non-tenure track, 9-month full-time (1.0 FTE) positions appointed, with the possibility of renewal at the discretion of the School Head. Contract duration for these positions is typically two academic years. Responsibilities include equipping students with the required skill set, assessing student performance, and/or preparing students to be successful leaders in their chosen profession. Instructors may assist in driving curriculum design and development. Responsibilities also include creating an inclusive classroom (e.g., mentoring and supporting students from diverse backgrounds, and fostering affirming classroom interactions across different and challenging structural/cultural barriers that limit movement towards social equity in engineering education and practice).

NEW! Instructor - School of EECS
Available Instructor positions are fixed-term, non-tenure track, 12 month full-time (1.0 FTE) positions, with the possibility of renewal at the discretion of the School Head. Responsibilities include equipping students with the required skill set, assessing student performance, and/or preparing students to be successful leaders in their chosen profession. Instructors may assist in driving curriculum design and development. Responsibilities also include creating an inclusive classroom (e.g., mentoring and supporting students from diverse backgrounds, and fostering affirming classroom interactions across different and challenging structural/cultural barriers that limit movement towards social equity in engineering education and practice).

NEW! Computer Science Instructor Pool - OSU-Cascades
OSU-Cascades in Bend, Oregon invites applications for one or more fixed-term, non-tenure-track full or part-time Instructor positions to teach on a term by term basis for the 2019-2020 academic year. The intention of this pool is to collect applications for current or future opportunities and does not necessarily imply a position is available at this time. Instructors may be needed to teach on campus undergraduate courses in the following areas: Computer Science, Software Development, Web Development.

Visiting Assistant Professor/Instructor in Mathematics - The College of Idaho
The department seeks candidates who hold a doctoral degree in statistics, computer science, mathematics, or related fields. Candidates with Master’s degrees may also apply. The successful applicant must demonstrate a commitment to excellence in teaching undergraduate courses in a liberal arts context. Duties of the position include teaching undergraduate courses in statistics, computer science, and/or mathematics.

Project Instructor - School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
The Project Instructor, together with the capstone team, will promote the transition of engineering students into teams and industry-ready engineers including technical, professional, and teamwork preparation. This role will have a pivotal impact on how students perceive the engineering discipline as a whole and how effective they are upon graduation for their future careers. The existing capstone team is searching for multiple individuals with complementary skills to improve the team’s offerings and potentially teach other courses within the school.

Assistant Professor - Oregon Institute of Technology
Oregon Institute of Technology, a premier public polytechnic university in the Pacific Northwest, and the Business & Technology Department (Management) invite applications for the position of Assistant Professor in the Information Technology/Cybersecurity program. The Information Technology Faculty position is focused primarily on teaching responsibilities in multiple areas of the Information Technology program. Candidate must demonstrate knowledge in C#.NET or Python, HTML / Java Script, SQL Server, Windows operating systems, exposure with networking systems and Windows Server, Systems Analysis Methodologies such as SCRUM or AGILE, experience managing large-scale information systems projects. This position will be in Klamath Falls Oregon with some online courses required in load. Education: Master’s Degree in Information Technology, Computer Science, or a related discipline. Experience: Three to five years of relevant industry experience in applying a systems development methodology to technology projects. Teaching: Evidence of prior teaching in higher education in networking and/or cybersecurity.

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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