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Summer Internships and Full-Time Jobs at MITRE Corporation20 February 2006
Carleton alum Charles Schmidt ’97 tells us that the Crypto and IA Research department at the MITRE Corp. has openings for a summer intern and a number of full time workers. The department works in computer security, but applicants do not need any prior experience in this area. They are looking for people who can learn quickly and who have good research skills. Most of their work involves performing research into the security of various products and technologies and providing reports and recommendations. The department also performs original research in areas like network protocol analysis and hardened security systems. For more information, please contact email@example.com.
Summer Internships with Pacific Northwest National Laboratory16 February 2006
Carleton alum Nat Beagley ’94 is looking for interns for the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) in Richland, Washington. He is part of PNNL’s Statistical Sciences Group, whose website indicates “We regularly develop and/or apply data mining methods, multivariate analysis techniques, classification/clustering, simulation, error/uncertainty propagation, prediction, experimental design, time series analysis, and sample survey design. For more information about our group, please visit http://www.pnl.gov/Statistics/.” Beagley indicated in his email to us that “a lot of our projects are statistics based but we also do a lot of computational data analysis so students with a computer science background or interest/experience working with data (data mining, visualization, natural language processing, etc…) are also encouraged to apply.” Interested? Check out the above web page on the group itself, or the internship web page at http://science-ed.pnl.gov/undergrad/fellowships.stm.
Hope College Summer Undergraduate Research Program Invites Student Applications16 February 2006
Hope College is hosting a Computer Science NSF REU summer undergraduate research program in the summer of 2006. They have support for at least five undergraduate researchers who are not Hope students, and so students are encouraged to consider this opportunity to be involved with computer science research. They have a special initiative to encourage the participation of participants from underrepresented groups. Application materials and other information are available on their webpage at http://www.cs.hope.edu/reu.
Microsoft Access Consultant Needed14 February 2006
HealthFinders Collaborative is a local organization that has opened an affordable health clinic here in Rice County that serves the
underinsured and uninsured residents of Rice County. The HealthFinders Coordinator, who is actually a Carleton alum, needs
somebody proficient in Microsoft Access to “show her the ropes,” so that she can more efficiently run patient queries, and so on. Do you have experience with Microsoft Access that could be put to good use? If so, contact Carleton student Ben Pacht (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Ph.D. Student Wanted in Operating Systems14 February 2006
Andrew Tannenbaum, the well-known computer scientist who has written a number of textbooks, is looking to take on a Ph.D. student at Vrije University in Amsterdam. For more information, check out http://www.cs.vu.nl/~ast/jobs/.
14 February 2006
Interested in working on computer science research this spring? Click above for more information.
Susanne Hambrusch on Campus14 February 2006
Susanne Hambrusch, the head of the CS department at Purdue University, will be on campus this Friday afternoon (February 17). If you are interested in meeting with her, contact Amy Csizmar Dalal as soon as possible.
14 February 2006
Advising Days are here! Click above for descriptions of the 200 and 300 level computer science courses that will be offered this spring.
Symantec Programming Competition: February 22-March 110 February 2006
Symantec is hosting its first university programming competition in
February 2006 to encourage innovation and creativity in the software
engineering discipline. Upon commencement of the competition,
entrants will have one week to program an artificial life-form that
must survive and thrive within a virtual world. The entrant that
builds the most efficient and robust virtual organism will win the
competition, as well as one of several exciting prizes including
meeting Symantec's CTO. For more information, visit
http://www.symantec.com/specprog/university . First prize is $10,000!
8 February 2006
Click above for more information.