Brandon Artner is a Software Development Engineer at Yardi Systems. He graduated from CSUCI with a degree in Computer Science and Mathematics in 2018. While he was an undergraduate at CSUCI he was an Intern Software Engineer with TRAX International hosted by GBL Systems. He also worked at the STEM Center for four years as a CS and Math tutor. During his studies, he also contributed to research projects involving shape analysis and thin coat instrumentation. His senior capstone project was developing a cryptographic voting system under the guidance of Professor Soltys.
Job Title: Student Trainee (Engineer), GS-0899-04
Who may apply: Current students enrolled in an engineering or related accredited program.
Position: Temporary Appointment NTE 1 Year (20 selections may be made)
Open Period: 02/13/19 – 02/19/19
Department: DON, NAVFAC, EXWC
Duty Location: Port Hueneme, CA
Interested applicants apply at: https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/524202100
Automated letters will be sent to you during different stages of the recruitment process and you may check your own status in USAJOBS account; however, if you need more information on the application process or on the status of your application during any part of the recruitment, please contact:
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Professor Nataša Pržulj is looking for several PhD students to work in analyzing large-scale molecular and patient data to aid personalizing treatment. The successful candidates will work on the prestigious ERC Consolidator grant of Prof. Pržulj titled “Integrated Connectedness for a New Representation of Biology”. The successful candidates will complete a PhD, which will address multiple topics: developing and applying sophisticated models and algorithms carefully tuned to extract relevant biological and medical knowledge from systems-level real-world molecular and medical data, including whole genome sequences, epigenetic data, protein-protein interaction networks, signaling networks, metabolic networks, transcriptional regulation networks, gene and disease ontologies, drug similarity networks, drug-target interactions, drug-drug interactions, patient records, lifestyle data, electronic health records etc.; the aim is to mine these inter-linked heterogeneous networked data for new biological and medical insight that would lead to improving diagnostics, discovering new biomarkers, improving patient stratification and treatment, personalizing treatment and facilitate rational drug development. The successful candidates will join a dynamic research group of Prof. Przulj within BSC. The students will work in a highly sophisticated HPC environment, will have access to systems and computational infrastructures, and will establish collaborations with experts in different areas.
Please send the following documents to firstname.lastname@example.org:
1. A full CV including contact details.
2. Academic transcripts from Undergraduate and MSc.
3. Three letters of recommendation. The references should email their letters directly to email@example.com before the deadline.
4. A statement of motivation and research interests.
Joel Helling is a Software Engineer at GBL Systems Corporation and part-time lecturer at CSUCI. He started working at GBL Systems, a government contractor based in Camarillo, in 2014 working on various projects from automated website design, implementation, and testing to desktop application development. Currently, he develops Test and Evaluation tools for the Test Resource Management Center (TRMC) and supports the development of the Testing and Training Enabling Architecture (TENA) Software Development Activity (SDA) including maintaining and updating legacy applications, and designing and implementing new software tools.
Joel completed his Master’s in Computer Science in 2018. His Master’s Thesis, under the advisement of Dr. Soltys, discussed the intersection of stringology and graph theory by relating indeterminate strings with undirected graphs and proving some properties of the indeterminate string and its associated alphabet size. The paper was later published in the Journal of Theoretical Computer Science. Currently, Joel is also working as a part-time lecturer for CSUCI. See here for details.
Interested in meeting experts at the intersection of Artificial Intelligence, Natural Language Processing & Machine Learning, and landing a job or internship with the company at the forefront of it all?
IBM & Uncubed are bringing together students looking for full-time opportunities in 2019 to learn about the future of AI: from reducing environmental pollution and predicting weather patterns to protecting public safety and personalizing education practices.
Events will take place this November across Atlanta, Boston, San Francisco, and Toronto — travel & lodging provided (read FREE!)
(Not looking for a full-time position yet? Apply through Uncubed and get priority access to 2019 internships.)
Students will be selected through our application process — we currently have full-time & internship positions available in Engineering & Development, Product Management, Design & UX, Data Science, and more!
Questions? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please see the attached flyer for the Trade Desk Info Session on October 2, 2018 from 11-1 in BT 1471. Please share widely and encourage students to obtain a resume review in advance of attending this event. The first part of the info session will include an overview about the ad tech industry and company followed by time to meet and greet with TTD representatives.
It is highly recommended that interested applicants bring a copy of their resume to this info session. TTD is hiring for several open positions and will be in attendance at our Career & Internship Fair on October 17, 2018 from 10-2 at Broome Library Plaza. For information on the fair, download the Career Fair Plus App to view participating employers, filter based on needs, and research companies in real-time. Please let me know if you have any questions.
Rio School District is interested in hiring 3 – 5 STEM majors as AVID tutors at a rate of $11.50 per hour on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 8:45 – 2 PM (6.25 hours twice a week) at Rio del Valle Middle School. The duties for this position are to support middle school students and to support the MESA program at the school.
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Ventura College is currently in search for a CS faculty member. Initially to begin as an adjunct and then an opportunity to apply for tenure faculty. This is a good opportunity for our MSCS students. The contact is Lynn Wright at Ventura Collge. 805-289-6232.
I graduated May 19th 2018, interviewed the 22nd, and I accepted a job offer on the 25th at @pivotal. So far the #computerscience program @csuci seems to have prepared me to contribute to a #softwareEngineering team “transforming how the world writes software.” #ThankYou https://t.co/MmFnKs3c7h
— Christopher Hunter (@crhntr) July 10, 2018