My name is Mike Current, and I am on the baseball staff here at the University of South Carolina. We are looking for someone to help us build a web app that will allow us to view our Tableau dashboards online. Currently, we house our dashboards in a shared Dropbox folder, but we would like to create a site that will allow us to access them on the web. We would like a home page, which would essentially be a table of contents, with links to each of our dashboards. If you need more information on what we are looking to do, please just let me know. Thanks for your help.
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SURF THE WAVES with ASSET: ASSET:ADVANCED SECURED SENSOR ENABLING TECHNOLOGIES
MAY 28-AUG 4,2020
The application early action deadline is February 7, 2020 and regular deadline is April 15, 2020 or until positions are filled
Funded by NSF and DoD (PIs: Dr. Pissinou and Dr. Iyengar)
The Summer 2020 REU SITE of Florida International University Research Experience for Undergraduates in Advanced Secured Sensor Enabling Technologies spans ten weeks, May 28- August 4 2020, offers research and professional development opportunities for 10 undergraduate students.
Research Computing at UofSC DoIT is looking for a self-initiative undergraduate to participate in Deep Learning (DL) optimization and High Performance Computing (HPC) benchmarking project. The successful candidate will work on the state-of-art industry-level HPC clusters and GPFS storage. The duties include: setting up benchmarking suite in cluster parallel environment, building necessary libraries, writing shell scripts to build frameworks and optimizing training DL models. This job opportunity can shine on your resume.
I am writing to inquire if you have students or could forward to students who might be interested in working on project related to water supply policy in Kenya.
The project includes the cleaning and basic analysis of a large, multi year dataset of household water use in Kenya. The student must be detail oriented and have the skills and aptitude to clean and validate panel data. (The task can be performed in Stata, r, Matlab or Python). Given that the data have a spatial component, the student should also have the ability to perform basic GIS mapping and analysis. Someone with an interest in data visualization would be ideal.
Following their visit, Google is interested in hiring more UofSC CSE students:
I apologize for the delay in being able to share this, but Google staffing has just created a special link for us to give to you in order to make the Intern Application Process as simple as possible for your students to apply for Google internships. Some of the deadlines unfortunately are close to passing and so please pass along the below links to apply as soon as possible to any relevant students you have in mind. And best wishes to them! Happy to answer any questions/concerns.
Happy Holidays and look forward to corresponding with you soon in the new year!
Deadline: September 16, 2019- December 13, 2019
Deadline: September 16, 2019- December 13, 2019
Deadline: September 16, 2019- Feb. 7 2020
The Research Data Manager will be responsible for management of multiple complex datasets from longitudinal observational and intervention studies. The primary activities of this position are data quality assurance checks, management of research data, creation of new summary variables, creation of datasets for investigators, creation of data tables for reports and papers. The Research Data Manager will support research data collection and management activities
Primary Responsibilities Are as Follows
Would you mind spreading the word to you students about the opportunities for summer internships here at our state-owned electric utility, Santee Cooper?
Specifically, we have opportunities for summer internships in Electrical Engineering, Civil & Environmental Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Computer Science and IT, etc. All opportunities can be found here. Summer internship postings close on Feb. 1, 2020.
Are you interested in joining a startup that can change the future of women’s healthcare? This individual will help ideate and design a prototype that will be submitted to the Proving Ground competition in the Caliber Discovery division for a prize of $17,500.
Candidates must be fluent in a high-level coding language (C/C++ or java), have experience developing mobile apps, and be willing to meet 1-2x monthly for team meetings between December 2019 and March 2020. The right candidate “thinks big”, wants to create disruptive innovation, and works well on small teams.
The Darla Moore School of Business Data Lab and its Operations and Supply Chain Center are now accepting applications for the Schaeffler and Betabox sponsored Analytics Hackathon in collaboration with the College of Engineering & Computing.
Students must apply online by November 1, 9:00 pm!