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IN THE NEWS

Promise and Potential Peril
Today, artificial intelligence lies at the heart of robotic systems that already help scientists gather and analyze data with implications for agriculture and food supplies, human health, national security and a host of other applications. Terra writer Annie Athon Heck recently interviewed Tom Dietterich about artificial intelligence, its relationship to robotics and its future. Terra

5 Sisters, 5 College of Engineering Grads
In the 1980s, only about 1 in 16 American engineers was a woman. That proportion is a lot higher in the Wong family. Of six sisters, five became engineers, and all fivegraduated with engineering degrees from Oregon State University. The five sisters are Pam Wong (’79 B.S.,Industrial Engineering), May Wong Knotts (’80 B.S., Mechanical Engineering), Sun Noble (’84 B.S., Civil Engineering), Michelle Wei Wong Lostra (’85 B.S., Civil Engineering), and Lai Wong-Smith (’86 B.S., Computer Science). Oregon State Engineering Alumni Magazine

Graduate student receives DOE fellowship
A graduate student at Oregon State University has won a fellowship from the U.S. Department of Energy. Lawrence Roy is one of fewer than 6 percent of applicants to receive the DOE Computational Science Graduate Fellowship. Roy is studying toward a doctoral degree in computer graphics. Corvallis Gazette-Times / EECS News

Computational Sustainability: Computing for a Better World
Tom Dietterich, Alan Fern, Xiaoli Fern, and Weng-Keen Wong are part of the Computational Sustainability Network (led by Cornell University) that established the field of computational sustainability. Vimeo

Graduation 2018 - graduates look back
Graduates tell about their experience in EECS. EECS YouTube

NOT NEWS, BUT OF INTEREST

Intel plots a weird, spooky future in quantum computing
Intel and its rivals are racing to develop quantum computers that could vastly exceed the capabilities of the conventional computers we have today. But it will be a decade or more before they succeed in producing high-performing quantum computers, if they ever do. In time, engineers believe quantum technology could enable a wondrous leap in computing capabilities: Picture superconductive power lines to bring down energy costs, sophisticated medical devices, advanced pharmaceuticals and magnetically levitating trains. The Oregonian

Portland startup lays off workers just ahead of core product roll-out
Software monitoring startup Sensu made several layoffs last week in a reorganization orchestrated ahead of its core product release. Sensu, which raised $10 million from investors in April, had planned to hire as a result of the capital infusion. At the time, it had 20 employees. Portland Business Journal

OPPORTUNITIES

OSU Power & Energy Society Student Branch Chapter Election Meeting
Thursday, October 11 | 12pm | WESRF lab (Dearborn Hall basement)
We are electing all of our Officers (i.e. the Chair, the Vice-Chair(s) and the Treasurer) for the next school year. It is a great chance for everyone to learn more about our work, and an opportunity to run for a position if you're is interested in participating in the daily operation of our chapter.

EECS Networking Night
Tuesday, Oct. 16 | 4:15 - 8:00 pm | Kelley Engineering Center
Whether you are looking for an internship or a job or just want to learn more about your career options, please consider attending. Many people are hired from a personal contact, or a contact made through someone who knows them. Events like this are organized so you can make connections with industry representatives who may be able to help you.

Use this Event to Your Advantage
Networking Night gives you a place to meet potential employers, ask questions about the current job market, and get your resume out there. It is also a great warm-up for the October 17th Career Expo (happening the next day) where you can follow up with connections you make at the reception and meet more companies.

Best of all, Networking Night is targeted at companies wanting to meet ECE and CS students. So join us for an evening of conversation and networking with engineering professionals and recruiters.

Space is limited. Register before Oct. 11.

Intel Day
Wednesday, Oct 10 | 10am – 3pm | KEC 1005/1007
Meet some of our engineers and learn about opportunities at Intel. We are seeking majors in Electrical and Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Chemical Engineering, Physics, Chemistry, and related. BS, MS & PhD’s welcome! Bring your resume.

Learn to Dry Ice Overclock
Saturday, October 13 | 11 a.m.to 1 p.m. | LINC 314 | Pizza provided
Are you interested in thermal management and computer engineering? Learn to push computers to their thermal and computational limits with OSU Overclocking! Overclocking is purposely pushing a computer beyond its computational limits and managing the resulting heat. Join Aaron Barker and OSU Overclocking (IEEE) in exploring dry ice overclocking, an exotic design and solution to thermal management. The event will start with a session on the science behind overclocking and dry ice cooling before moving into a hands-on dry ice overclocking lesson. Students of all majors and skill levels are encouraged to come learn.

Call for WOHESC Conference Proposals
As political, social and environmental issues become more complex, the Washington & Oregon Higher Education Sustainability Conference (WOHESC) convenes and empowers stakeholders who are driving leadership and generating solutions for a more sustainable, just and equitable future. WOHESC is looking for speakers who wish to share compelling experiences from working on sustainability-related research, projects, and initiatives. The deadline for speaker and session proposals is Monday, 10/15. If you need financial or other assistance submitting a proposal or attending WOHESC in Seattle in February, please contact brandon.trelstad@oregonstate.edu.

Engineering Undergraduate Research Panel
Monday, October 15 | 5:00-6:00 pm | Johnson Hall 219 | Free
Interested in engineering undergrad research? Not sure how to get involved or what to expect during research? Come learn from current undergrad engineering students who’ve done undergrad research and how you can make the most of your research opportunities here at OSU. Pizza provided! For more information and questions, please contact Kathryn Walters at Kathryn.walters@oregonstate.edu. Register

Next Great Startup Ideation Workshops, October 16, 23, and November 3
Have an innovative business idea? Interested in competing in the college-level Next Great Startup competition on November 15? The College of Engineering and the College of Business are co-sponsoring several Next Great Startup Ideation Workshops in October and November. These workshops are not required for you to enter the Next Great Startup competition, but will certainly give you a leg up on the competition in developing your ideas, forming your teams, learning professional startup skills, and more! Workshops will be held on October 16, 23, and November 3 at convenient times, and food is provided! To learn more about each of these workshops and RSVP for any of them, follow this link.

How to start a tech company in Silicon Valley
Friday, October 26 | 11:00 a.m. | Milam 026 | Free
Founder and CEO at Butterfleye, EECS alum Ben Nader will share his real-life experience of starting, growing and leading a successful company in the competitive Silicon Valley. Mr. Nader will share insights and highlights of some of the key components to creating a company (e.g. how to fundraise, product market-fit, etc.).

OSU 150th Anniversary Celebration
Saturday, October 27 | 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. | Corvallis Farmer's Market
OSU Corvallis campus to be created with cake buildings, placed on top of a map of campus. In preparation, show your cake decorating skills, or just have fun with a team in the construction of a building. You can build on Friday, October 26, or if you work better under pressure and would like to decorate a building on Saturday morning.

ResiSTORE Volunteer Search
The ResiSTORE (pronounced Resi-Store) is a volunteer-run electronics store located in the basement of Dearborn hall that serves the OSU community. The store is curated by OSU Students to serve their needs, in addition to the rest of OSU's research labs other electronics needs. There are many reasons to volunteer! They include after-hours access to the store for your own projects, learning about electronics (from customers and fellow volunteers), input into the future of the store itself, and more! Student volunteers are critical to the operation of the store. Volunteering is fun, easy, educational, and it looks great on scholarship applications and resumes!

ChickTech Volunteer Opportunity: Help Local High School Girls Engage with Tech
Saturday, November 17 | HP Corvallis
ChickTech: Corvallis is looking for volunteers to help out at their annual Kickoff event, in which local high school girls are invited to participate in hands-on STEAM-oriented workshops. We are seeking assistance in the following three areas:

  • Workshops: Help facilitate the Soft Circuits, Web Design, Robotics, or Game Development workshops! Experience in these topics is welcomed but not necessary.
  • Day-of logistics: Help handle logistics the day of the event (such as registration, clean up, lunch, etc.). Hours are flexible and you are welcome to drop in and out.
  • Pre-event logistics: Help the ChickTech: Corvallis leadership team plan the event!

If interested, please fill out our volunteer form here. To learn more about ChickTech -- an organization dedicated to retaining and increasing the number of women and minorities in tech via opportunities such as Kickoff-- check out our site at corvallis.chicktech.org or email us at corvallis@chicktech.org.

Microsoft AI Idea Challenge Contest
The Microsoft AI Idea Challenge is a competition for developers, students, professionals and data scientists seeking innovative, breakthrough artificial intelligence (AI) solutions. Preference will be given for solutions developed on Microsoft AI Platform and services. The Microsoft AI Idea Challenge is looking for AI solutions across all use cases. The top three ideas will each receive prizes (please see below for the prizes), plus an opportunity to present the idea with Microsoft on AI Lab. The Microsoft AI Challenge is accepting submissions between August 13 – October 12, 2018. Individuals or teams are required to submit a working AI model, test dataset, any demo app and a demo video (max. three minutes long) to qualify for the competition.

Google Cloud Platform: Credit Giveaway
Google and Vaco are giving away free Google Cloud Platform (GCP) credits to OSU students and educators through a student innovator partnership program. GCP provides you with access to highly scalable computational resources and loads of Cloud APIs, great for software development, game server hosting, and more! Click here to request your $100 GCP credit (dispersed shortly after completing the form, expiring after 90 days). The information collected in the form is received and accessible by both Google and Vaco. For more information about receiving free GCP credits or about how to use GCP, contact one of your Oregon State GCP Student Innovators, Alexander Guyer (guyera@oregonstate.edu), or Robert Yelas (yelasr@oregonstate.edu).

Campus Analytics Challenge: Live Green and Live Happy
The Wells Fargo challenge aims to promote environmental sustainability, which includes accelerating the transition to a low-carbon economy. Taking individual actions can encourage collective responsibility to help achieve this. Using the data (which will be provided prior to launch), create a machine learning algorithm that minimizes carbon footprint for each customer while maintaining their total quality of life.

ASEE Video Contest
For ASEE’s 125th Anniversary Celebration, we are asking students to create a video that shows where engineering education will be in 25 years! Undergraduate, graduate, and post-doctoral students are encouraged to submit a 90-second video where you creatively explore these topics. The winning video will be shown at the 2019 ASEE Annual Conference in Tampa and the winning team (up to two people) will win a trip to the conference, along with $3000. Register by December 1 and submit by February 1.

SCHOLARSHIPS/FELLOWSHIPS

NCWIT Collegiate Award
The NCWIT Collegiate Award honors the outstanding computing accomplishments of undergraduate and graduate women. Conferred annually, the award recognizes technical contributions to projects that demonstrate a high level of innovation and potential impact. Each winner receives $10,000 in cash, and each honorable mention receives $2,500 in cash. Students may apply online, beginning on September 1, 2018 and no later than 8:00 p.m. MDT on Monday, October 15, 2018. Endorsement from a project advisor is REQUIRED and due no later than 8:00 p.m. MDT on Monday, October 22, 2018.

IBM PhD Fellowship Award
Strong collaboration with faculty, students and universities is vital to IBM. The IBM PhD Fellowship Program advances this collaboration by recognizing and supporting exceptional PhD students who want to make their mark in promising and disruptive technologies. Focus areas include the following topics of particular interest: AI / Cognitive Computing, Blockchain, Cloud Computing, Data Science / Big Data / Analytics, Internet of things, Quantum Computing, Security. A fellowship includes a stipend for two academic years (2019-2020 and 2020-2021) and, in the US, an education allowance for year one (2019-2020). Nomination deadline: October 25, 2018.

Scholarship program will send Portland women to technical conferences
PDX Women in Tech is kicking off a scholarship program to send members to conferences they otherwise might not be able to afford, an effort to improve diversity in an industry that remains overwhelmingly male. PDXWIT is offering to pay up to $2,500 to help finance attendees' trips. Applications are due by Oct. 31, with winners notified by December.

The Rockefeller University - Fellow Position
The Center for Studies in Physics and Biology, at The Rockefeller University, expects to have a small number of postdoctoral fellowships available for appointments in September 2019. We are seeking theoretical physicists, mathematicians and computer scientists with a demonstrable interest in the interface between their discipline and biology. The Fellows are to be at that stage of career as to function as independent members of the Center, free to work alone or in collaboration with any members of The Rockefeller University faculty. Application deadline: November 30.

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

Department of Defense (DoD) SMART Scholarship Program
The SMART Scholarship Program is an opportunity for students pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree in STEM disciplines to receive a full scholarship and be gainfully employed by the Department of Defense upon degree completion. SMART Scholars will receive: a full tuition scholarship while in school; an annual stipend; summer research internships; a job after graduating in their STEM field at a cutting edge Department of Defense Facility. Deadline to apply is December 1, 2018.

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

Winter Data Science Fellowship Opportunity
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. 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. All sections will be from 2019-01-07 to 2019-03-01.

COLLOQUIA/SEMINARS

Multi-view Representation Learning with Canonical Correlation Analysis
Monday, October 8 | 4:00pm to 4:50pm | LINC 200
Weiran Wang, Amazon

Toward Ultra-Low-Power Computing in the Era of Artificial Intelligence
Friday, October 12 | 2:00pm to 3:00pm | KEC 1007
Mingoo Seok, Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering, Columbia University

Structural Subband Decomposition: A New Concept in Digital Signal Processing
Monday, October 15 | 4:00pm to 4:50pm
Sanjit K. Mitra; University of California, Santa Barbara, California; University of Southern California, Los Angeles, California

Reinforcement Learning for Healthcare
Monday, October 22 | 4:00pm to 4:50pm | LINC 200
Finale Doshi-Velez, Assistant Professor, Computer Science, Harvard Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences

EVENTS

Ada Lovelace Day Science Salon
Tuesday, October 9 | 5pm - 7pm | Centro Cultural César Chávez
Ada Lovelace is considered by many to be the “first computer programmer.” Ada Lovelace Day (ALD) is an international celebration of the achievements of women in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). Presenters will discuss their research, and share stories about navigating their disciplines and careers as women in STEM. Presenters include Dr. Cora Borradaile, School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science; Dr. Selina Heppell, Department of Fisheries and Wildlife; and Dr. Nicole Hams, and Dr. Jerri Bartolomew, College of Agricultural Sciences, and College of Science.

Intel Day
Wednesday, Oct 10 | 10am – 3pm | KEC 1005/1007
Meet some of our engineers and learn about opportunities at Intel. We are seeking majors in Electrical and Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Chemical Engineering, Physics, Chemistry, and related. BS, MS & PhD’s welcome! Bring your resume.

OSU Power & Energy Society Student Branch Chapter Election Meeting
Thursday, October 11 | 12pm | WESRF lab (Dearborn Hall basement)
We are electing all of our Officers (i.e. the Chair, the Vice-Chair(s) and the Treasurer) for the next school year. It is a great chance for everyone to learn more about our work, and an opportunity to run for a position if you're is interested in participating in the daily operation of our chapter.

Center on Pervasive Personalized Intelligence (PPI) Planning Workshop
October 11-12 | Portland
The goal of this workshop is to bring together startups, corporations, universities, and government agencies to discuss global challenges and research solutions for enabling the next generation of Intelligent IoT. This Planning Workshop will lay the foundations for a new research Center on PPI.

Learn to Dry Ice Overclock
Saturday, October 13 | 11 a.m.to 1 p.m. | LINC 314 | Pizza provided
Are you interested in thermal management and computer engineering? Learn to push computers to their thermal and computational limits with OSU Overclocking! Overclocking is purposely pushing a computer beyond its computational limits and managing the resulting heat. Join Aaron Barker and OSU Overclocking (IEEE) in exploring dry ice overclocking, an exotic design and solution to thermal management. The event will start with a session on the science behind overclocking and dry ice cooling before moving into a hands-on dry ice overclocking lesson. Students of all majors and skill levels are encouraged to come learn.

Engineering Undergraduate Research Panel
Monday, October 15 | 5:00-6:00 pm | Johnson Hall 219 | Free
Interested in engineering undergrad research? Not sure how to get involved or what to expect during research? Come learn from current undergrad engineering students who’ve done undergrad research and how you can make the most of your research opportunities here at OSU. Pizza provided! For more information and questions, please contact Kathryn Walters at Kathryn.walters@oregonstate.edu. Register

Celebrating Global Impact
Monday, October 15 | 6 p.m. | LaSells Stewart Center
Join us for stories of past and current global impact by Beavers. Stay after the presentation for tastes from around the world, while meeting with student groups. Free menu items include Vietnamese beef stew, challah, mini samosas, kuih bakar and boba milk tea.

EECS Networking Night
Tuesday, Oct. 16 | 4:15 - 8:00 pm | Kelley Engineering Center
Whether you are looking for an internship or a job or just want to learn more about your career options, please consider attending. Many people are hired from a personal contact, or a contact made through someone who knows them. Events like this are organized so you can make connections with industry representatives who may be able to help you.

Use this Event to Your Advantage
Networking Night gives you a place to meet potential employers, ask questions about the current job market, and get your resume out there. It is also a great warm-up for the October 17th Career Expo (happening the next day) where you can follow up with connections you make at the reception and meet more companies.

Best of all, Networking Night is targeted at companies wanting to meet ECE and CS students. So join us for an evening of conversation and networking with engineering professionals and recruiters.

Space is limited. Register before Oct. 10.

Next Great Startup Ideation Workshops, October 16, 23, and November 3
Have an innovative business idea? Interested in competing in the college-level Next Great Startup competition on November 15? The College of Engineering and the College of Business are co-sponsoring several Next Great Startup Ideation Workshops in October and November. These workshops are not required for you to enter the Next Great Startup competition, but will certainly give you a leg up on the competition in developing your ideas, forming your teams, learning professional startup skills, and more! Workshops will be held on October 16, 23, and November 3 at convenient times, and food is provided! To learn more about each of these workshops and RSVP for any of them, follow this link.

Hack for a Cause: Portland
Friday, October 19 - Saturday, October 20 | Portland State University | $20 (OSU is a TAO member)
The event is a platform for the local tech community to offer their expertise to solve challenges in our community. Participants of various skills and backgrounds are invited to register, join a team, and compete to solve challenges for prizes and community contribution! As a hacker for this event, you have the technical, creative or project management skills to share! TAO is seeking teams of 5 - 7 individuals to work on the homelessness and transportation safety challenges. The goal for each team is to have a minimum of: Two (2) developers or technical skills, one (1) designer or creative person and one (1) project manager. Pre formed teams can sign up together by purchasing the tickets all together!

Graduate Career and Communication Workshops
Improve your skills by spending a day with invited speaker Dr. Peter Fiske
Register at https://beav.es/Z4k

Putting your Ph.D. to work
Monday, October 22 | 10 a.m. - noon | Memorial Union Horizon Room
A thorough and practical overview of the process of career planning and job hunting in today's job market, from the perspective of a young Ph.D.

The science and strategy of science communication
Monday, October 22 | 1:30 - 3 p.m. | Memorial Union Horizon Room
Reveals how technical communication is more effective when you appreciate things from the listener’s perspective. And discusses why “selling skills” are vital to understand and master, even if you never plan on leaving the bench.

The Promise and the Peril of Artificial Intelligence and Robotics
Tuesday, October 23 | 10:00 a.m. - 7:30 p.m. | LaSells Stewart Center | Free
OSU faculty and national experts will participate in this symposium and discuss the potential benefits, risks, ethics and uncertainties of the emerging technologies of artificial intelligence and robotics. These experts will contribute their insights into the potential for AI and robotics to transform agriculture, health care, natural resource management, transportation, arts and entertainment as well as consider possible impacts on jobs, the economy, our laws and privacy.

How to start a tech company in Silicon Valley
Friday, October 26 | 11:00 a.m. | Milam 026 | Free
Founder and CEO at Butterfleye, EECS alum Ben Nader will share his real-life experience of starting, growing and leading a successful company in the competitive Silicon Valley. Mr. Nader will share insights and highlights of some of the key components to creating a company (e.g. how to fundraise, product market-fit, etc.).

Leadership Academy Summit
Saturday, October 27 | 8:30 am to 3:00 pm | CH2M Hill Alumni Center
Kick off your leadership development this year with the College of Engineering Leadership Academy’s fifth annual Summit event. Attend keynotes and breakout sessions to learn from experts in engineering and leadership, network with industry leaders, connect with other students, hear about the latest innovations in the Academy, and even win some awesome door prizes! To RSVP, please visit https://leadership.engineering.oregonstate.edu/leadership-academy-summit-2018. Contact coeleadershipacademy@oregonstate.edu with any questions.

OSU Advantage Innovation Showcase
Thursday, November 8 | 5:00 PM – 8:00 PM | CH2M HILL Alumni Center | Free
The OSU Advantage Innovation Showcase is a celebration of technology and entrepreneurship. Researchers, industry and startups come together at this event to showcase the forefront of innovation. Hear from OSU researchers developing game-changing technologies, OSU spinouts and institutes driving the future of nuclear energy, and emerging startups from the OSU Advantage Accelerator programs!

JOB SEARCH AND CAREER ADVICE

How to Ask for an Awesome Letter of Recommendation (and Actually Get One)
You’ve already tackled all of the application basics. You did your research, tailored your resume, wrote an impressive cover letter, and even sent the department head a friendly LinkedIn request. But, with all of that under your belt, you’re looking for one more way that you can stand out and elevate yourself above the competition. We have three words for you: letter of recommendation. The Muse

Never, ever utter these phrases in a salary negotiation
No matter how many times you rehearse what to say, there’s always that risk of fumbling right at the five-yard line. Instead of panicking, get prepared. Fast Company

What to Do in College to Get a Job After Graduation
But just having a degree does not mean that getting your first job out of college is automatic or easy. Here are seven things you can do during college to heighten your likelihood of getting a job quickly — plus, a look at entry-level job titles, and jobs by major. The Balance Careers

JOBS

70% of college recruiting happens in the fall.* Use the following resources to help line up your next job or internship today!

  • Attend one of our workshops to build your Resume Writing or Negotiating skills
    • Can’t make the resume workshop? No problem! Stop by our drop-in hours in 124 Johnson Hall (no appointment necessary).
  • Come to the Fall Career Expo (10/17 and 10/18) at CH2M Alumni Center (most engineering employers will be there Day 1).

*Source: National Association of Colleges and Employers, 2018

Student Jobs

Student Analyst, CASS Software Development Group
This is a pooled posting. That means it will stay open for several months and we will pull applicants from the “pool” for interviews as openings occur, until the closing date. The Center for Applied Systems and Software (CASS) exists as a student internship program. Hourly students are hired and trained, by full time developers or student managers, to perform computer hardware and software testing, and/or development projects. Student internships average 1-3 years in length and most graduates are hired by technology companies. In addition to the technical and development skills students gain, they also learn how to work as a member of a team, gain an appreciation of the importance of deadlines, and other facets of running a business such as planning, budgeting, resource allocation, documentation and communication.

ATAMI Student Technical Assistant
This recruitment will be used to fill one part-time Student Technical Assistant position at the Advanced Materials and Manufacturing Institute (ATAMI) at Oregon State University (OSU). The main responsibility of this position is the operation of the ATAMI machine shop. This position will be responsible for machine shop operations, maintenance, and general facility support. This position requires a goal-driven self-starter capable of working independently while consistently meeting goals on schedule.

Student Information Technology - OSU School of Chemical, Biological, and Environmental Engineering
Managing windows computers and applications in the College of Engineering. Assist in automation of operating system deployment and software using Microsoft Systems Configuration Manager, Microsoft Deployment Toolkit, Windows ADK, and other tools. Building of operating system images and silent software installations of engineering applications. Hardware and software trouble shooting, and maintaining an accurate inventory.

Student Information Technology - OSU School of Civil and Construction Engineering
Managing windows computers and applications in the College of Engineering. Assist in automation of operating system deployment and software using Microsoft Systems Configuration Manager, Microsoft Deployment Toolkit, Windows ADK, and other tools. Building of operating system images and silent software installations of engineering applications. Hardware and software trouble shooting, and maintaining an accurate inventory.

Student Web Content Assistant - OSU Extension and Experiment Station Communications
This position has been established to assist the Web and Content Strategy team. Duties include adding content and media, migrating website content to different platforms, link checking, gathering analytics information, and other duties/projects as assigned. Provides occasional technical/clerical support to other teams in the unit.

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.

Math Learning/Teaching Assistant
This recruitment will be used to fill multiple part-time (a maximum of 20 hours per week) Student Learning Assistant (LA for Lower-Division mathematics courses) positions for the Mathematics Department at Oregon State University. This position provides classroom assistance, weekly meetings and optional office hours for MTH 103, 111, and 112.

Dorm Tutor - OSU Department of Mathematics
This recruitment will be used to fill part-time (a maximum of 20 hours per week) Student Dorm Tutor positions for the Department of Mathematics at Oregon State University. Duties: tutor math students in dorm common rooms on math classes below MTH 254.

Impact Studio Research Intern
This recruitment will be used to fill ten part-time (a maximum of 15 hours per week while class is in session and up to 30 hours per week during term breaks) Student Technical Assistant (Impact Studio Research Intern) positions for the Director of the Impact Studio at Oregon State University (OSU). The Impact Studio is a place for teams of faculty, staff, and students to develop, test, and incubate bold ideas that will advance the University’s strategic goals. The Internship Program is designed to give hands-on experience researching the potential of business initiatives originating from the Oregon State University community. As a student intern, you will take part in a variety of tasks needed to evaluate the audience needs, market potential, competition and industry landscape.

Student programmer/developer at Oregon State University
OSU Institutional Analytics & Reporting (IAR) team offers a unique opportunity for a student developer to work in a fast-paced environment to assist in further development of GRS which is the legacy OSU grant reporting system accessed by over 2,500 users. IAR is working on the development of new functionality for determining current and future funding status of grants. This is a production application intended for deployment to support Principal Investigators/researchers (PIs) and Co-PIs at OSU in fall 2018. Application Deadline: Oct 15.

Student Tutor - OSU-Cascades
Specific areas desired are: College Algebra and Calculus, English Composition, General/Organic Chemistry, Biology/Biochemistry/Genetics, Statistics, and Physics. Tutor students in one-on-one and small group settings, enrich student understanding of time management and campus resources, and foster an atmosphere of fun and learning, serves as a role model to students, always conducting him/herself in the utmost professional manner, and maintaining appropriate boundaries. Assist students with the development of study skills, teach study skills that assist students in preparation for course work. Mentor students in the areas of academics. Provide and maintain an atmosphere conducive to learning and retaining material studied. Maintain accurate and timely records of student contact and maintain confidentiality.

Ecampus Tech - OSU Extended Campus
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.

EECS TA (CS 16X) (Pooled Posting)
This recruitment will be used to hire a number of part-time (a maximum of 20 hours per week for undergraduate students) Student Support Services positions for the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at OSU. 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.

EECS TA (ECE 1XX/2XX) (ENGR 2XX) (Pooled Position)
This recruitment will be used to hire a number of part-time (a maximum of 20 hours per week for undergraduate students) Student Support Services positions for the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at OSU. 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.

MIME Student Information Support
Performs a variety of tasks related to computing operations, user support and installation, or programming and analysis. Examples include helpdesk support, computer lab monitor/technology support, classroom technology, digital media, web design/development, computer technology support, or web assistance.

Student programmer/developer at Oregon State University
OSU Institutional Analytics & Reporting (IAR) team offers a unique opportunity for a student developer to work in a fast-paced environment to assist in further development of GRS which is the legacy OSU grant reporting system accessed by over 2,500 users. IAR is working on the development of new functionality for determining current and future funding status of grants. This is a production application intended for deployment to support Principal Investigators/researchers (PIs) and Co-PIs at OSU in fall 2018. Apply at https://jobs.oregonstate.edu/postings/61098.

Internships

Paid Internship Positions at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center
This is a program for students currently enrolled or accepted for enrollment in a degree seeking program. These positions may lead to full-time employment with NASA after graduation. Application Close Date: Thursday, October 4, 2018.

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

Full-Time Positions

Analyst Programmer - OSU IT Infrastructure Services
Identity & Access Management (IAM) is part of the Infrastructure and Operations division of Information Services. IAM is responsible for the provisioning of accounts for all of the OSU community, and for provisioning cloud and on prem services for use by the community. The position provides programming support for IAM and plays a key role in the implementation of new services.

Software Engineering Openings @ Google
Google is hiring! Be sure to apply sooner rather than later. We're using a rolling admission this season, so apply soon.

  • Engineer Resident
    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. Application open now until filled; apply at g.co/engresident.
  • Software Engineer, University Graduate
    Software Engineer at Google, please plan on applying at the beginning of your last year of school. Candidates can be from Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Math, Physics or any other related degrees with a computational background. Application open now until filled; apply at g.co/swegrad.

Faculty Research Assistant - NACSE
The person in this position will primarily conduct research on the design and development of computer simulations for climate and other environmental modeling studies. The research will require development of extensive documentation and often, but not always, include implementation of proofs-of-concept. All work will be conducted according to the guidelines and standard practices established by the Northwest Alliance for Computational Science & Engineering (NACSE). All work will be conducted in a team environment and will require interaction with, and responsiveness to, the needs of scientists and engineers from a variety of disciplines. This position is funded entirely by grant money, on a year-by-year basis. Specific projects will vary, depending on the current funding source(s).

Analyst Programmer - OSU IT Infrastructure Services
Serves as a member of the Identity & Access Management (IAM) team. Manages and supports OSU’s Grouper implementation. Participates in IAM support activities. Provide backup support for OSU’s Shibboleth and LDAP implementations. Completes complex programming activities, including designing, testing and deploying secure applications. Develops system integrations for IAM projects and campus initiatives. Responsible for supporting existing departmental applications built by other staff. Supports OSU’s midPoint installation. Ensures accurate account and service provisioning and deprovisioning. Develops service provisioning integrations.

Product Development Engineer - Intel
Responsible for ensuring the testability and manufacturability of integrated circuits from the component feasibility stage through new product development. Make significant contributions to design, development and validation of testability circuits. Evaluation, development and debug of complex test methods. Develops and debugs complex software programs to convert design validation vectors and drive complex test equipment. Creates and tests validation and production test hardware solutions. Tests, validates, modifies and redesigns circuits to guarantee component margin to specification. Analyzes and evaluates component specification versus performance to ensure optimal match of component requirements with production equipment capability with specific emphasis on yield analysis and bin split capability.

Manager - Industrial Goods - Porsche
Identifies exciting project opportunities with some of the largest companies across the industrial goods value chain. Leads business development within the industrial goods industry by creating, presenting and executing exceptional project proposals. Drives the innovative problem solving and change management work streams during client engagements. Manages client and Porsche Consulting project team members. Reviews project deliverables prior to presentations. Serves as primary point of contact for client executives. Provides ongoing project feedback and other development support to Porsche Consulting team members. Enhances and trains unparalleled Porsche Consulting concepts, methods and tools. Provides integral content for articles and develops presentations and other marketing materials.

Faculty Positions

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

Assistant Professor: Cybersecurity - San Diego State University
The Department of Computer Science is seeking to hire a tenure-track Assistant Professor with expertise in cybersecurity, beginning fall 2019. Sub-areas include information security & privacy, network security, and software security, etc. Strong candidates in other research areas will also be considered. Candidates are expected to be able to teach computer science core courses and advanced graduate/undergraduate courses in the candidates’ expertise. For full consideration, applications should be received no later than December 1, 2018.

Assistant Professor: Algorithm and Computation - San Diego State University
The Department of Computer Science is seeking to hire a tenure-track Assistant Professor with expertise in theory of computation, beginning fall 2019. Sub-areas include algorithms, parallel and distributed algorithms, formal methods, formal verification, information theory, quantum computation, machine learning, computational biology, and computational robotics, etc. Strong candidates in other research areas will also be considered. Candidates are expected to be able to teach computer science theory courses and advanced graduate/undergraduate courses in the candidates’ expertise. Candidates must have a PhD in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, or a closely related field. For full consideration, applications should be received no later than December 1, 2018.

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

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

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