Data Engineer – Richland County, SC…

The South Carolina Education Oversight Committee (EOC) is seeking a Data Engineer (job posting linked above) to be responsible for expanding and optimizing our data and data pipeline architecture, as well as applying data visualization techniques for use by a variety of audiences. The Data Engineer will support researchers on various state level projects and be an integral part of the development of data visualization projects. The ideal candidate will be a data wrangler who enjoys optimizing data systems and growing them from the ground up. The Data Engineer should be self-directed, comfortable supporting the data needs of multiple projects, possess an in-depth understanding of database architectures, and excited by the prospect of redesigning the agency's data architecture to support the agency's initiatives.

Machine Learning Intern at RavenRisk AI

About RavenRisk AI:

We are an early-stage startup applying advanced AI and machine learning technologies to revolutionize credit risk assessment and decision-making processes. By working closely with credit and business experts, we aim to streamline the credit analysis process for faster decision-making. The company is dedicated to helping Credit Asset Managers and Lenders transform their screening and decision-making processes for new transactions.

Role Overview:

We are seeking a dynamic and motivated Machine Learning Developer Intern to join our team for the summer of 2024. Baseline prerequisite is a solid understanding both of software engineering principles and machine learning algorithms. An ideal candidate will also have independently executed start-to-finish a computer vision or NLP project. This role offers a hands-on opportunity to work on transformative projects and make a significant impact within a fast-paced startup environment.


Remote, Full-Time, $2500/month, 3-4 months (flexible), with possibility of full-time conversion based on performance.

Please direct all applicants to message me on my LinkedIn with a resume and a representative GitHub project:

Undergraduate Researcher at USC with Dr. Sur

Professor Sanjib Sur at the CSE department is looking for undergraduate researchers for a US DoD Office of Naval Research Project on "Reliable Perception for Unmanned Maritime Systems". See the slides and the project video for a high-level idea of the project.

This is a paid position. The position is limited to US personnel only (US citizens, permanent residents).

If you are interested, please contact with your CV.

Assistant Professor of Computer Science at the College of Charleston

The Computer Science Department at the College of Charleston invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position starting in August 2024.

The rapidly-growing Computer Science department has over 540 students who are enrolled in six undergraduate degree programs and two master’s programs.

The successful applicant will demonstrate excellent communication skills, collegiality, and a passion for teaching. For an assistant professor appointment, the successful candidate must demonstrate promise to maintain an active research program and mentor undergraduate and graduate students. Candidates with expertise in all areas of computer science are sought to support our undergraduate and graduate programs in Computer Science, Computing in the Arts, Computer Information Systems, Data Science, and Software Engineering. An earned Ph.D. degree in Computer Science or closely related field is required before the start date.

See full job posting here.

Technology Consultant (IMMEDIATE START)

Location: Columbia, SC

Job Description:  
You will be working with Capgemini’s clients in developing, testing and maintaining business applications after an initial training program. During the training program, you will be trained to enhance your delivery and consultative skills to be successful in your role (including learning proprietary tools). After your training, you’ll be working on challenging client projects that have the potential to transform the way they conduct their business. You’ll work closely with a project team who will provide guidance, growth opportunities, and genuine feedback. We provide an ideal opportunity for bright technology-savvy minds to put their talents to the test in real-world applications in a fast-paced environment.



  • Analysis of our client’s business problems and how our services can solve the issues they face
  • Elicit business requirements and translate those into deliverables that can be used by the developers to build the solution
  • Contributing to the functional and technical design, development and testing of world-class solutions
  • Working with functional, industry and technical specialists on system implementations and integrations in complex environments
  • Working directly with customers and on internal global project teams

Required Skills:

  • A Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, etc. or a related field
  • Must have at least one year of relevant development or technical experience (Financial Service industry experience preferred)
  • Familiarity with backend development languages (Java, SpringBoot)
  • Experience with front-end development framework (either React or Angular), and a database (MSQL)
  • Must have hands on experience with front end technologies: JavaScript, HTML, CSS, etc.
  • Good presentation skills both written (create ppts, etc.) and oral (give presentations)
  • An effective, confident verbal and written communicator with all levels of seniority
  • Good to know team collaboration tools like Mural, Azure Boards, etc.
  • An inquisitive and analytical mind that can develop innovative and creative solutions for our clients
  • Interest in learning new technologies
  • Proactive and tenacious problem-solver, a real self-starter who is detailed oriented
  • Willingness to learn the banking/insurance industry to understand our client’s issues
  • A willingness to travel up to 100% if required
  • Must be open to relocation and travel
  • Applicants for employment in the US must have valid work authorization that does not now and/or will not in the future require sponsorship of a visa for employment authorization in the US by Capgemini.


Summer Internship opportunity at Capgemini


As an intern at Capgemini, we will give you the opportunity to learn the fundamental technical skills, knowledge, and core consulting behaviors that are essential for a successful career in technology consulting. This internship is crafted to provide you with hands-on experience and exposure to various aspects of consulting. If you're looking to develop your skills and launch your career - look no further!

Here is the link to apply:…

Open-Rank, Tenure-Track Faculty Positions in the Department of Data Science at the University of Mississippi Medical Center

The Department of Data Science at the University of Mississippi Medical Center invites applications for two open-rank tenure-track (12-month) faculty positions to be filled immediately. Candidates must have a PhD or DSc degree in statistics, biostatistics, computer science, or a related field from an accredited institution. Faculty members are expected to teach one to two graduate courses per year, supervise graduate students (in-person Ph.D. and MS programs in biostatistics & data science), conduct independent and collaborative research, and contribute to the service missions of the department, school, institution, and profession.

Opportunities are available to collaborate with clinical, basic science, and translational science researchers from seven schools on campus, multiple centers, and two well-renowned cohort studies (the Atherosclerosis Risk in Communities Study and Jackson Heart Study). Researchers from all areas of biostatistics and data science are encouraged to apply, with preference given to machine learning researchers for one position.

To apply, please visit our careers website (R00033443) at….

Please contact Dr. Kedra Wallace ( with any questions.

About the University of Mississippi Medical Center (UMMC):

Located in Jackson, UMMC is the state's only academic health science center. Our mission is to improve the lives of Mississippians by educating tomorrow's health care professionals, conducting health sciences research, and providing cutting- edge patient care. A major goal of UMMC is the elimination of differences in health status of Mississippians based on race, geography, income, or social status. UMMC encompasses seven health science schools (medicine, nursing, dentistry, health-related professions, graduate studies, pharmacy, and population health) with a total enrollment of approximately 3,000 students. We offer competitive salaries for academicians in a rewarding environment for career development, situated in a region with a temperate climate and a low cost of living.

Equal Employment Opportunity:

The University of Mississippi Medical Center provides equal opportunity in any employment practice, education program, or education activity to all qualified persons. The Medical Center complies with all applicable laws regarding equal opportunity and affirmative action and does not unlawfully discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment based upon race, color, gender, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, religion, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, or genetic information.

MS/PhD Research Assistantship in Marine Science (Physical Oceanography/Ocean-Atmospheric Dynamics) at USC

The Satellite Oceanography Laboratory at the University of South Carolina, Columbia invites applications from qualified students to our MS/PhD (Marine Science) in the School of the Earth, Ocean and Environment (SEOE) at the University of South Carolina (USC) to work on problems in Physical Oceanography/ Satellite Oceanography/ Ocean Modelling/Air-Sea Interaction/Tropical Ocean Circulation, and Dynamical  Processes. The Satellite Oceanography Laboratory is funded by many federal agencies.

Please visit these web pages:
Satellite Oceanography Laboratory
The School of the Earth, Ocean and Environment

Bachelor's or Master's degree in Oceanography/Physical Oceanography/ Marine Science/ Meteorology/Atmospheric science is required. Applicants should have strong Physics, mathematical and computer programming skills in Matlab/Python.

Full Funding is  available starting in Summer/Fall 2024 for these projects:

  1. Investigating Arctic Freshwater Content and Circulation in a Changing Climate
  2. Understanding the Generation and Dynamics of Internal Waves in the Bay of Bengal
  3. Understanding the Air-Sea Interaction Processes on the Development and Collapse of the Arabian Sea Warm Pool.
  4. Understanding the Loop Current Dynamics in the Gulf of Mexico

Interested applicants are encouraged to send an unofficial transcript and current resume  to: Prof. Subra Bulusu.  NO GRE SCORES are required.  Full applications should be submitted by February 15, 2024 to receive full consideration for assistantships and awards for Summer/Fall, 2024  semesters. 

Dr. Subra Bulusu
Phone: (803) 777-2572


Research for Intelligence & Security Challenges (RISC) Initiative internship program.

The Applied Research Laboratory for Intelligence and Security (ARLIS) at the University of Maryland, College Park, is seeking outstanding undergraduate and graduate students to participate in the Research for Intelligence & Security Challenges (RISC) Initiative internship program. This 10-week paid and mostly virtual program pairs students with faculty mentors from INSURE consortium member institutions and the Department of Defense (DOD) and Intelligence Community (IC) and offers the opportunity to be sponsored for a security clearance and to be considered for future employment with the U.S. government.

More details here.

Argonne National Lab Fellowships: Undergraduate and Graduate Programs

For Undergraduate and Graduate Students

ACCESS Energy Storage Internship - for students interested in energy storage projects at Argonne. Students are paid hourly. Appointments can be part-time during academic year and full-time in summer. Should students want to work on-site at the laboratory, they are responsible for providing their own housing.

Research Aide Program (Undergraduates & Graduates) - a general application and program for students to conduct research. We typically recommend this program for students with some research experience already. Students are paid hourly. Appointments can be part-time during academic year and full-time in summer. Should students want to work on-site at the laboratory, they are responsible for providing their own housing.
For Undergraduate Students

Undergraduate Seasonal Internship Program (SIP) - Great internship program for undergraduates looking for a first or second research experience. Application is still open for summer 2024. Students receive a stipend and can receive on-site housing at no cost to them for the term. SIP is the Argonne-funded version of the DOE SULI program - i.e. we model this program after SULI.

For Graduate Students

National School on Neutron and X-ray Scattering - A 2-week summer training program for PhD students to learn about neutron and x-ray characterization techniques at Argonne and Oak Ridge National Lab. Usually 2nd or 3rd year students that would benefit from using these characterization techniques for these work will be selected. Applications open now through mid-March.

DOE Office of Science Graduate Student Research (SCGSR) Program - A program for students to receive a supplement award to support their research between their university PI and national lab researcher. There are two solicitation periods - the first for 2024 will begin on 2/8/2024. A competitive but great program for PhD students to work at a national lab to support their these work from 3-12 months.

Here is a link to the ANL website for a full list of programs.



CUhackit 2024

Clemson's hackathon is on March 2nd-3rd on Clemson's campus in the Watt Center, and they are hoping to reach University of South Carolina computer science and engineering students. Visit CUhackit 2024

Tenure-track positions at the University of Oregon Computer Science

Dear colleague,

I am reaching out to ask you to share the details of the job opportunity among Ph.D. students who are close to completing their studies and post-doctoral researchers in your department, school, or college.

The Department of Computer Science (CS) at the University of Oregon is accepting applications for four tenure-track Assistant Professor positions to start in the Fall of 2024. We are looking for candidates specializing in Systems, Theory, and Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning, with each area having a broad scope. The successful candidates will be responsible for establishing a top-tier research program, delivering graduate and undergraduate courses with excellence, and contributing to university service and public outreach.

To apply, candidates should submit their materials online at These materials should include a cover letter, curriculum vitae, research statement, teaching statement, DEI statement, and names and contact information for at least three references (the letters from these references are not required unless requested, at a later stage in the process). We will begin reviewing applications starting November 30, 2023, and continue throughout the academic year until positions are filled.

Please direct any questions about the positions to me at

Join the USC Translational Auditory Neuroscience Lab as a Student Research Assistant

Are you a skilled and motivated student looking to make a real impact in the field of auditory neuroscience and cochlear implants? The Translational Auditory Neuroscience Lab at the University of South Carolina's Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders is seeking a dedicated student research assistant to contribute to our cutting-edge research project.

Position Overview:

In this role, you will be a vital part of our research team, focusing on innovative applied research in auditory neuroscience and cochlear implants. Our project aims to develop advanced diagnostic tools and treatment strategies for patients with hearing loss, particularly those who receive cochlear implants. The cochlear implant device is the most successful neural prosthesis thus far which provides individuals with severe to profound hearing loss with the ability to access sound and speech. It facilitates the development of speech and language skills, transforming the lives of cochlear implant recipients. As a student research assistant, you will actively participate in achieving project milestones, gaining hands-on investigative experience, and receiving mentorship. This flexible 10-hour per week position accommodates your school schedule and offers competitive compensation.


We are looking for candidates with the following qualifications:

  • Full proficiency in Matlab programming for GUI development
  • Strong academic background with a GPA > 3.5, preferably in a master's program
  • Exceptional problem-solving and critical-thinking skills
  • Excellent communication and teamwork abilities

Skills You Will Develop:

As a student research assistant, you will acquire valuable skills in:

  • Advanced signal processing and machine learning algorithms for cochlear implant applications
  • Cochlear implant speech processing techniques and signal transmission optimization
  • Cortical recording using functional near-infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS) neuroimaging technique
  • Computer-based auditory diagnostic and auditory rehabilitation tools
  • Machine learning applications for effective transmission of acoustic patterns through cochlear implant devices
  • Psychophysics paradigms for hearing assessment
  • Lab Environment Setup: Assist in configuring the research environment, optimizing software tools, and ensuring efficient utilization of hardware resources.
  • Research Collaboration: Collaborate with project team members, audiologists, and speech-language pathologists to achieve project milestones and objectives.


By joining our team, you will enjoy:

  • Competitive compensation based on your experience and skills
  • Mentorship from experts in the field
  • Opportunities to present your research at scientific conferences or publish manuscripts

To apply, please send your resume and/or a statement of interest to Dr. Meisam Arjmandi at

Two Positions at Wake Forest University

The Department of Computer Science at Wake Forest University is seeking applications for two open positions to begin July 2024: one tenure-track Assistant Professor position and one non-tenure track Assistant Teaching Professor or Assistant Professor of the Practice position.

For the tenure track position, successful candidates should have a demonstrated potential to develop a visible, externally funded research program within a setting that values high-quality teaching and mentorship of both undergraduate and graduate students. The Department is seeking exceptional candidates with teaching competency in Software Engineering and/or Algorithms. Preference will be given to candidates whose research complements and strengthens existing areas of expertise within the Department. Applicants should have completed a PhD in Computer Science or a closely related field by the time of appointment.

For the non-tenure teaching track position, successful candidates should have a demonstrated potential to contribute to and expand a culture of high quality teaching within the Department and University. The Department is searching for candidates with demonstrated interest in computer science pedagogy, particularly around early core courses for the major. We are also interested in candidates with experience in areas tied to the practice of software development and software engineering. Applicants should have completed a PhD in Computer Science or a closely related field or, alternatively, have completed a Masters degree in a computing-related area and have significant industry experience by the time of appointment.

For detailed information about each position and the corresponding application processes, visit:

Assistant Professor:
Assistant Teaching Professor/Assistant Professor of the Practice: