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IN THE NEWS

Corvallis Shark Tank Competition
Corvallis-based smart climbing wall creators Halo Holds won second place in the 2019 Willamette Innovators Network Shark Tank Competition. ECE students (Idan Rozin, Ryan Landsiedel, and Nicolas Warford) are developing a system for climbing gyms to offer unlimited climbing routes in a limited space through a smart wall and partnered mobile app. Halo Holds is partnering with Dixon Recreation Center to house their prototype wall at the climbing gym. Corvallis Advocate

NASA Announces Preliminary Winners Of 2019 Student Launch Competition
The Oregon State earned the Best Design Award at the Student Launch competition. They also placed third in the Project Review Award, third in Altitude Award, and third in Rocket Fair Display Award. Student Launch engages middle school, high school and college teams around the country through a comprehensive program that challenges the students to design, build and test a rocket and payload while meeting multiple documentation and review milestones with NASA rocketry experts. Aero News Network

Good Morning Namibia hosts Prof. Margaret Burnett and Prof. Anicia Peters
Prof. Margaret Burnett discusses the importance of gender-inclusiveness in technology - especially software tools for programming and problem solving. Good Morning Namibia (YouTube)

USB 4 will resurrect those ever-so-useful USB hubs
The upcoming USB 4 will restore a useful feature we lost with the technology's modernization: USB hubs that let you multiply the utility of a single port on your PC. USB hubs have a cable at one end that plugs into your computer and a number of USB ports to accommodate multiple devices -- a keyboard, mouse, network adapter and memory stick, for example. USB 4, under development now and due to arrive in products in 2020, should fix that shortcoming, says Ben Hacker (BS EE '04), director of USB strategic planning at Intel. He points to USB 4's incorporation of Intel's Thunderbolt technology, a fast though expensive alternative to USB. CNET

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 said. “We need to start mastering what I like to call ‘artificial social intelligence’ to make these robots successful.” Oregon State Engineering Alumni Magazine

Embracing diversity
Helping people to move beyond barriers is a central part of Carlos Jensen’s work as the associate dean of undergraduate programs for the College of Engineering. He moved into the position two years ago, when he realized he wanted to have a broader impact. EECS

OPPORTUNITIES AND ANNOUNCEMENTS

NEW! Momentum
Founded 130 years ago, the College of Engineering has graduated more than 35,000 engineers. Despite currently offering 43 unique degree programs, we are continuously providing students with even more ways to become Oregon State Engineers through the development of new degree programs, degree specializations, and certificate programs. In the most recent issue of Momentum, we highlight a few of these new programs and tell the stories of students looking to use their training to create a better future.

NEW! Hydro Think Tank
Tuesday, August 13 -Thursday, August 15 | Rocky Reach Dam, Wenatchee, Washington
The Think Tank will bring the talents and ingenuity of undergraduate and graduate students from top colleges, universities and trade school programs in the Pacific Northwest together to solve a real-world hydropower problem. This 3-day educational forum and competition is designed to provide students exposure to hydro professionals and hands-on experience that complements their area of study. It helps the industry find solutions to real hydro issues. Students are invited to apply for this opportunity—and if selected, to see if they have what it takes as a team member to win the Hydro Think Tank.

NEW! Summer 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. 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. Early Deadline: 2019-04-15. Regular Deadline: 2019-04-22.

MindSumo Challenges

2019 NSF REU Site on Immersive Media Computing - Georgia State University
Immersive media computing is an emerging computing paradigm that employs a suite of technologies to blur the line between the physical world and digital world, thereby creating a sense of immersion. It is recognized as the next technology revolution after mobile computing and has promised a whole spectrum of compelling applications in sectors such as training and education, manufacturing, healthcare, and emergency response. The REU site will investigate important issues related to immersive computing such as augmented reality, virtual reality, computer vision, video streaming and networking, computer systems for media applications, GPU rendering, parallel computing and image processing. Undergraduate students in computer science, computer engineering, electrical engineering or other related fields, especially underrepresented groups, are encouraged to apply. Apply by April 26.

Study Participants Wanted
The Personal Robotics Group is looking for study participants to help further their research on how distraction can affect the outcome of tasks. We are looking for any adult who is willing to spend about an hour completing simple tasks and who is not allergic to cocoa powder. This will take place in Corvallis. To compensate you for your time, you will be given $10 in cash at the end of the study. Your time, experience, and survey feedback will contribute to our understanding of how distractions can change the outcome and enjoyment of tasks. If you are interested, please fill out this Qualtrics form with your availabilities at https://bit.ly/2AHXMyq. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to email techusestudy@googlegroups.com.

Spring 2019 ResiStore Volunteer Search
The ResiSTORE is a volunteer-run electronics store located in the basement of Dearborn hall that serves the OSU community. It's been previously known as the "IEEE Store" and the "Robotics Club Store," and is now the "ResiSTORE." 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.

Virtual course for Technical Interview Prep
12-weeks, virtual via Zoom, Summer 2019 | Cost: Free
This is a summer virtual course taught by professional engineers to help you ace technical interviewing and give you a preview of real-world software topics in industry. This course prepares you for solving challenging algorithm problems in real whiteboard and coding interviews at top companies. Includes lectures, labs, mock interview practice, and info sessions from industry experts.

HACU accepting applications from students for the Southwest Airlines ¡Lánzate! Travel Program
HACU and Southwest Airlines will award roundtrip e-pass(es) to undergraduate and graduate students across the country who travel at least 200 miles from home to pursue a higher education and meet the eligibility criteria. An essay is required. Students selected receive e-pass(es) for use to travel between home and college or university. Apply by April 30.

TAO Hack for a Cause
April 26-28 | Nulia, 180 West 8th Ave, Suite 200, Eugene, OR | Students: $5
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. We're looking for students who want to be involved either to write software, create designs, organize teams as a leader, take photographs, meet with local businesses to fund their idea, or just to come and walk around to see the event.

Registration for 2019 OSU Celebrating Undergraduate Excellence (CUE) now open
CUE provides undergraduates with an excellent opportunity to showcase their research or creative activity. OSU undergraduates in all years of study, all academic disciplines, and all stages of research or creative work are eligible to present. Students can present solo or group projects. While most students present research posters, we invite students with artistic/creative projects and Ecampus students to apply as well. The event will be held on Tuesday, May 14, 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM, in the MU Ballroom. The deadline for registering for CUE is Friday, April 19th at 5:00 PM.

Google Kick Start coding competition
Ready to solve fun, challenging problems? Kick Start hosts online rounds throughout the year, giving participants the opportunity to test and grow their coding abilities while getting a sample of the programming skills needed for a technical career at Google. Participate in one — or join them all! Kick Start offers coders around the world the chance to develop and hone their programming skills through online-hosted competition rounds. The three-hour rounds feature a variety of algorithmic challenges, all developed by Google engineers so that you get a taste of the technical skills needed for a career at Google (the top competitors from our Kick Start rounds may be invited to interview at Google!). Our rounds are held regularly throughout the year at different times so they are easily accessible to coders everywhere. Each Kick Start Round is open to all participants, no pre-qualification needed, so you can try your hand at one or give them all a shot.

Hardware Product Sprint - Google
HPS is a program for students interested in the technical side of Hardware development. In this 12-week program, students partner with a hardware engineer to build their own technical project and learn about the technical opportunities available in consumer electronics. Google's Hardware Product Sprint (HPS) will introduce you to the product development process for consumer electronics by challenging you to design and build your own product.

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

COLLOQUIA/SEMINARS

NEW! Deciphering Cellular Computation using Learning Machines Cells and Machines Innovatory
Thursday, April 18 | 10:00am to 11:00am | KEC 1007
Somali Chaterji, Assistant Professor, Ag and Biological Engineering, Purdue University

NEW! The Robotics Revolution and the Innovation Ecosystem in Massachusetts
Friday, April 19 | 10:00am to 11:00am | Rogers 226
Tom Ryden, Executive Director, MassRobotics
Note: This is not part of the EECS colloquium series.

NEW! Artificial Intelligence & High Performance Computing Convergence, Challenges, and Opportunities
Monday, April 22 | 4:00pm to 4:50pm | LINC 200
Vikram Saletore, Principal Engineer, Artificial Intelligence Products Group, Intel Corp.

Michael and Judith Gaulke Distinguished Lecture Series
Robust Computing Systems: From Today to the N3XT 1,000X
Monday, May 6 | 4:00pm to 4:50pm | LINC 200
Subhasish Mitra, Professor of Electrical Engineering and of Computer Science, Stanford University

NEW! 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

EVENTS

Salary Negotiation Workshop
Wed, April 17 | 4-6pm | 221 Johnson Hall
Improve your salary negotiation skills! Determine what employers are paying and learn how to negotiate to be paid what you are worth. Participants will also learn about wage gap issues and additional salary resources. Open to all COE students; register here.

Lonseth Lecture with Dr. Mai Gehrke
Friday, April 19 | 5 – 6 PM | CH2M Hill Alumni Center Willamette Room | Reception to follow
Join the Oregon State University Mathematics Department for a lecture by Dr. Mai Gehrke on “Using Abstract Mathematical Structures to Study Algorithmic Complexity Questions.”
Automata are very simple computational models. They are important in applications of computer science but also serve as a laboratory for studying the complexity of algorithms. In this talk we introduce automata and show how finite monoids, certain very abstract algebraic structures, may be assigned as invariants of automata. We illustrate how these invariants are powerful enough to make deep computational questions decidable. Finally, we give a glimpse of an idea how this can be generalized to provide sophisticated mathematical tools for the study of computational complexity classes.

2019 Oregon Cyber Security Day
Monday, April 22 | Lee Barlow Giustina Ballroom, Ford Alumni Center, University of Oregon | Free
This event will feature a slate of distinguished speakers from academia and industry, discussing current challenges and future opportunities in cyber security. With the recent receipt of a generous gift from Ripple, this edition of Cyber Security Day will focus on the pros and cons of Blockchain technology. There will be plenty of opportunities to engage with the nationally-renowned distinguished speakers, faculty, scientists, lead engineers, students, and other attendees from Oregon and beyond on cyber security and privacy, in general, and Blockchain technology, in particular. Admission is free, but space is limited and registration is required. Breakfast, coffee, and luncheon are complimentary.

Spring Career Fair
Career Fair: Speed Mock Interviews | April 23, 1-4 pm | CH2M HILL Alumni Center
Spring Career Fair | April 24, 11 am-3 pm | CH2M HILL Alumni Center
Over 1,300 students attend the Winter Career Expo. This term there are over 100 employers that will be on campus recruiting our students. The entire OSU community is invited to attend the career fairs.

PDX Women In Technology (PDXWIT) How to Navigate The Tech Field: A Beginner's Guide
Tue, April 23 | 5:30 PM – 7:30 PM | New Relic, 111 SW 5th Ave #2700, Portland | Free
Many people starting out in the software industry experience frustration when work conversations are riddled with acronyms or tech jargon they do not understand. They become overwhelmed by the enormous amount of information to learn and do not know where to start. To rectify that, we have a group of women speaking who can demystify some of the tools, jargon, and jobs around software.

NEW! Bosch Info Session
Tuesday, April 23 | 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm | KEC 1001
Are you an engineering student interested in software, robotics or controls? The Bosch Commercial Vehicle Drivers Assist team is holding an information session to illustrate some of the innovative products they are working on and what opportunities are within their group! Hosted by ACM-W. Pizza and pop will be provided!

Barry-Wehmiller Info Session
Tuesday, April 23 | 6:00 - 7:00 pm | Johnson Hall 219
Barry-Wehmiller is hiring for full time ME, ChE, and EECS positions in their Portland and Seattle offices! Bring your resumes and come chat with recruiters about opportunities with this org. Barry-Wehmiller Design Group, Inc. is a leading Engineering, Systems Integration, and IT consulting firm, capable of providing complete operating solutions for consumer products, life sciences, and other industrial sectors. Design Group provides engineering, project management, regulatory compliance, and other technology services to the world’s leading companies. Our organization is staffed by over 1,400 engineering and technical specialists, operating from over 40 global offices in the US and India. For more information, go to www.barrywehmiller.com and visit our CEO Bob Chapman’s blog at www.trulyhumanleadership.com.

PDX Women In Technology (PDXWIT) How to Study for a Technical Interview
Wed, May 1 | 5:00 PM – 6:30 PM | AWS Elemental, 1320 SW Broadway Suite 400, Portland | Free
Interviewing for a new job can be a stressful proposition. It is hard to know what to expect and even how to prepare for it. Each company evaluates its candidates differently. Luckily, some upfront investment and preparation can really go a long way in helping you distinguish yourself from the rest of the candidates. In this seminar led by an engineering leader at Elemental, we will cover some common interviewing practices for technical interviews and what you may be able to do to get ready.

Radiation Center Tours 
Saturday, May 4 | 10 am to 1 pm | Radiation Center
The American Nuclear Society Student Chapter is hosting tours of the Radiation Center (35th and Jefferson) for Spring Family Weekend. Visitors will be able to see the nuclear reactor on campus and other facilities used by the School of Nuclear Science and Engineering! Tours fill up fast and are on a first come first serve basis. Photo ID Required. Please contact ANS Outreach Chair Alexander Dueñas with any questions.

NEW! Innovation and Entrepreneurship Summit
Thursday, May 9 | 1pm - 8pm | CH2M Hill Alumni Center
Entrepreneurs, innovators, researchers, investors, and ecosystem builders: Join us to learn about funding and resources available to propel entrepreneurship and technology commercialization in our region, to connect with people and organizations that can help you reach your innovation impact goals, and to celebrate the growth of our innovation ecosystem over the last five years! This event is free to attend, but seats are limited.

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. Proposals should be submitted online by April 5, 2019.

JOB SEARCH AND CAREER ADVICE

How to develop leadership skills as a young professional
To develop my skills, I feel I need to look outside of the organization. What suggestions do you have for me to develop my leadership skills and advance my career? The Oregonian

JOBS

Oregon State is moving toward Handshake as the central job and internship database. We are in the process of migrating any new postings there as well. Please visit Handshake 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! Drupal Web Designer
Drupal web designers needed to develop ReformCouncil.com, a non profit online social network for professionals and students to petition and collaborate on issues related to societal reforms. Wage/salary will be negotiated on experience. Work 10-40 hours a week from home. Applications close on April 30.

NEW! ASOSU is hiring!
We are hiring our ASOSU Executive Branch for the 2019-2020 school year and we would like to invite any student who may be interested to look into applying to one or more of the roles. Coordinator positions are due by April 22nd.

Student Information Technology - OSU Enterprise Computing Services
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 Developer - OSU Information Services
This position develops, maintains and improves tools that are used by groups within the OSU IT community. The Student Developer works staff in the Information Services Client Services department, staff in the Information Services ITSM and Metrics team, and staff in the College of Science Information Network (CoSINe) IT Services group to gather user requirements, prioritize their work, and deploy code-based technical solutions for existing tools, and new projects, while minimizing downtime. The Student Developer will be provided with on-the-job mentorship and guidance from a professional System Administrator and program developer. This position reports to the Assistant Director of CoSINe IT Services.

Student "entrepreneur" needed for next term
The college of engineering has been developing a OSU card reading device to help with attendance tracking as well as access control of equipment. We are looking to gain support and funding through the Advantage Accelerator program. We are in need of a student “entrepreneur” to help push the project forward. We are looking for someone with energy, well rounded technical abilities and has good people skills.

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

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

Internships

Foundry Ops Eng Intern - Lattice
Lattice is seeking an intern to join our Foundry Operations Group in Hillsboro, Oregon. Lattice is a fabless semiconductor company. We subcontract wafer manufacturing to companies with wafer fabs in Japan, Korea, Taiwan, Singapore and the US. The Foundry Operations team is responsible for monitoring all process control parametrics, wafer acceptance test, and defect data. Out of control conditions are analyzed and reported to the foundry, and corrective actions are identified and resolved. Working with our foundry partners and Lattice Product Engineering team the Foundry Operations team will use the unique architecture of FPGA products for analysis and continuous improvement in yields for mature and new production technologies.

Operations Product Test Eng Intern - Lattice
Lattice is seeking an intern to join our Operations Product Test Group in Hillsboro, Oregon. Working as part of Lattice’s Product Test team you will work with senior product and test engineers on projects to support global operations test activities. Work with senior engineers during test development for complex programmable silicon solutions. Design, develop, debug and implement software used in the testing of programmable logic semiconductor devices. Develop and implement cost-effective methods of testing and troubleshooting systems and equipment. Interface with engineers in many other disciplines: Design, Applications and Reliability. Develop FPGA patterns for product test using Lattice Diamond tools. Analyze test data, and document and present results to the product test team.

Internship - Reliability Development Group - Lattice
Lattice is seeking an intern to join our Reliability Development Group in Hillsboro, Oregon. Working as part of Lattice’s Reliability Engineering team you will work with senior Reliability engineers on projects to support global research and development activities. Work with senior engineers during product development of complex programmable silicon solutions. Develop, debug and implement software and hardware test solutions for programmable products. Work with senior engineers to debug silicon issues and use state of the art analysis tools. Analyze test data, and document and present results to the Reliability development team.

Product/Design Eng Intern 1 - Lattice
Lattice is seeking an intern to join our Product Development Group in Hillsboro, Oregon. Working as part of Lattice’s Product Engineering team you will work with senior product and test engineers on projects to support global research and development activities. Work with senior engineers during product development of complex programmable silicon solutions. Develop, debug and implement software and hardware test solutions for programmable products. Develop FPGA patterns for product debug using Lattice Diamond tools. Analyze test data, and document and present results to the product development team.

Product/Design Eng Intern 2 - Lattice
Lattice is seeking an intern to join our Product/Design Development Group in Hillsboro, Oregon. Working as part of Lattice’s Product/Design Engineering teams you will work with senior product and design engineers on projects to support global research and development activities. Work with senior engineers during product development of complex programmable silicon solutions. Develop, debug and implement software and hardware test solutions for programmable products. Develop FPGA patterns for product debug using Lattice Diamond tools. Validate design functionality and performance and correlate simulation and silicon results. Analyze test data, and document and present results to the product development team.

Application Eng Intern - Lattice
Lattice is seeking a highly energetic intern to join our high performing team in Hillsboro, Oregon. As part of Lattice’s Applications engineering team you will work with technical staff on projects to support customer solutions and work with our Marketing team to help develop reference designs and demonstrations. Intern assignments will provide broad exposure to Lattice’s unique and world-leading programmable products and an array of advanced software and hardware tools. Interns will experience life in a fast-paced, intellectually challenging and exciting high tech company.

Scientist Intern
Voxtel is seeking a Scientist Intern to assist our Senior Scientists in research developing new nanotechnology applications. The work involves basic research in new applications of physics, inorganic, and organic chemistry as well as straightforward physical and mental tasks in support of that research. Prefer grad students in Physics, Engineering, or Chemistry. Assist the Voxtel Nano scientists with the creation and execution of experiments in support of the commercialization of technology in our portfolio (nanotaggants, 3D printed gradient refractive index optical structures, DNA nanoparticle nano to macro assembly, thermo-electric devices, and photonic detectors). To apply, send a cover letter and resume to Paul Harmon, Vice President of Nanotechnology R&D, Voxtel, Inc (ATAMI Building, HP Campus), 1110 Northeast Circle Boulevard, Corvallis, OR 97330; paulh@voxtel-inc.com.

Full-Time Positions

NEW! 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.

NEW! 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.

NEW! 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.

NEW! 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.

NEW! 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.

NEW! Design & Development Engineer (Component Technologies) - Micro Systems Engineering
Micro Systems Engineering, Inc (MSEI) is a pioneer in developing innovative technologies and medical devices that save and enhance the quality of life for millions of individuals living with cardiovascular disorders. The company is dedicated to the design and construction of implantable medical devices for cardiac rhythm management. The Component Engineer will lead component development activities for use in new products in high reliability and quality implantable medical applications, and interface directly with global suppliers to resolve technical issues.

NEW! Operating System / Network Analyst - OSU Libraries
The purpose of this Operating Systems/Network Analyst (OSNA) position is to work under the guidance of the lead systems/network analyst to provide evaluation, planning, development and maintenance of many of these systems, particularly Unix/Linux systems. Although the primary responsibilities and required expertise of this position are in Unix and GNU/Linux system administration and applications development, the department also supports some Windows-based systems.

Back End Software Engineer - Skillz
Add exciting new features to our world-class tournament server platform enabling competitions, tournaments and social features for players, spectators and streamers around the world. Work with a variety of amazing cloud-based datastore technologies on AWS such as ElasticSearch, Redis, DynamoDB, MySQL RDS & Redshift. Collaborate with teammates who care about building great products as much as you do.

RF/MS IC Design Engineer - Broadcom
Join Broadcom and you will work closely with a world-class team of IC designers to design high-performance ICs with RF, analog, mixed-signal and digital systems integrated on a single chip. We are looking for people with versatility, initiative and the ability to adapt to a dynamic environment. The team drives architecture, design, implementation, and verification of RF/mixed-signal systems that include circuit blocks such as Serdes, PLLs, VCOs, ADCs, DACs. Characterize and debug relevant blocks; analyze the effects of non-idealities on circuit performance; collaborate with system engineers to optimize circuit designs and system specification trade-offs; report the results of IC design, analysis and evaluation.

Machine Learning Job
Our boutique investment firm is looking to employ someone for development of a proprietary in-house analytical software program. Through many years of research, we have developed and honed a successful statistical model, which we believe can be improved through the use of 'machine learning'. We will be offering an extremely generous compensation package, which will include an hourly rate, and a percentage of earnings made on the software once implemented. The applicant must have a strong background in 'machine learning' and statistics. If you have an interest in applying for this project, please contact Tony by email at: ProjectWOPR@gmail.com.

Electrical Engineer / Designer - Interface Engineering, Inc.
As an Electrical Engineer / Designer, your responsibilities will include (but may not be limited to): preliminary electrical design and layout; document delivery coordination; preliminary load calculations; researching commercially available equipment; design drafting; system design with direction from mentor and/or senior engineer; provide exemplary customer service to internal team members as well as clients.

Software Tools Engineer - Tektronix
Key Responsibilities: design and write software tools and frameworks that engineers use every day; enhance continuous integration infrastructure and environment; collaborate with engineers on agile Scrum teams to ensure quality; relentlessly improve engineer’s ability to develop and test Tek’s products; participate fully in team, program and department activities; articulate early and often both risks and timelines to the team, program and department leaders; escalate issues and concerns regarding product quality to the appropriate level. Applications close on April 30th, 2019 at 11:55 pm.

Faculty Positions

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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